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Parco Next Next Designers, Mash-Up, Fayyth, Evenood and Quainthood Chat About Breathing Fashion into Everyday Lives

On 8 September 2012, Parco Next Next’s third batch of designers unveiled their Autumn/Winter 2012 – 2013 collection at Marina Bay, Millenia Walk. Parco Next Next is a government backed incubator project to help local designers launch their own fashion labels.The installation showcased a wide range of local labels from Quainthood, Evenodd, 20:TWOTHREE, MASH-UP, FFAYTH,…

Cross-cultural Fashion Exchange at 20 By Two

20 By Two – Fashion Beyond Borders. Presented by FashionSpace and Tongue in Chic, two major advocators of budding local designers, 20 By Two is the product of a cross-cultural fashion exchange between Singapore and Malaysia, blending fashion, art and technology.

Juicy Couture Fall 2012 Presentation at Dominic Khoo’s 28th Février

The current season’s presentation took place in spontaneous event and gallery space 28th Février, owned by celebrity photographer Dominic Khoo. As a brand that caters to an ever-changing demographic, Juicy Couture is taking bold steps to stay relevant. Their signature fuchsia pink continued to decorate everything from banners, bags and hats to candy cane straws, that…

Perfect Pop-up Party Pandemonium

Bringing you bi-monthly pop-up parties at novel locations is Midnight Productions, a newly created event company that hopes to revolutionize the Singapore party scene. They held their debut party at the Red Dot Design Museum on the eve of National Day. Spinning the night away were class acts such as DJ Amy van de Beuken,…

Review of Social Rehab @ Loof – 4 August 2012

Ever been annoyed by the person who is perpetually texting when you are trying to engage in conversation? Ever been so caught up with penning that tweet that you ended up missing the train? I have experienced those situations in one way or another, and I’m sure many have too. “Social Rehab”, organized by 3…

“Boom” by Jean Tay

LIFE! Theatre Awards "Best Original Script" winner Jean Tay takes on a subject close to every true-blue Singaporean's heart - Land. BOOM puts our property woes into perspective, through tales we have been familiar with. The ageing heartlander (Fanny Kee) - unwilling to sell the home she has grown to love. The conniving property agent (Andrew Lua) - eager to make a quick buck and the idealistic civil servant (Erwin Shah Ismail) - assigned with the herculean task of relocating graves.