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A Tagger Bag is More Than Just a Bag… It’s your Bag!

Some things in life are an inevitable let-down. That new cafe that boasts the best Eggs Benedict but the yolks don’t run; the book that ends with a cliffhanger; that Salted Caramel Frappe from Starbucks; that nail colour that OPI said was “That’s Hot! Pink” but wasn’t; and the mother of all let-downs: ADAM LEVINE…


Fashionably Bold

At the reception, Mr. Charles Dufourcq, Country Director for RIM Singapore, gave a brief welcoming speech, with which he cleverly drew a logical relation between two seemingly disjunctive brands, Blackberry® and ZALORA. ZALORA, being a lifestyle brand that e-tails fashion, beauty, home & décor products, doesn’t seem too out of place this evening at Fashionably…


Be Your Ownmuse

One of the six Singaporean designers showcased in the first ever Digital Fashion Week is Ownmuse. The two young ladies behind the brand are best friends Johanna and Shu Juang, and as the name suggests, they want to inspire girls to be their own muses through their creations. This, they surely did, as the show left me inspired to emulate their distinctive style of casual cool.


Patricia Field Hates the Word ‘Fashionista’

Patricia Field, snazzy personality and legendary stylist of Sex and the City, Ugly Better, the Devil Wears Prada reveals that she hates the use of the word "Fashionista". She is here for Digital Fashion Week 2012, a ground breaking event that blurs the line between Fashion x Technology.

Vintage Men’s Pullover, BCBG Skirt, Nike Men’s Gradient Hi-tops.

Ladies, THIS is How You Raid The Men’s Closet

I live in an interesting world. The guys at my school, (yes dudes, blokes, whatever you call them) have evolved to carry PS1s and Luggage Totes. My classmate even threw his Birkin onto the floor. Egads. They are able to re-contextualize them with huge swooping coats and large rectangular blocks of color, in what I can only describe…