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Since the coronavirus reared its ugly head early this year, the stay-home order has birthed many chefs, bakers and also yoga fanatics. What’s your greatest success to date since working from home?
Creativity knows no bounds. Many like Katie Holmes are taking self-isolation to the next level with a new hobby – tie-dye.
Why not? According to Insider.com, tie-dye trend is the biggest fashion trend of the year. As seen on the likes of Taylor Swift, Gigi Hadid, Kylie Jenner, Ryan Seacrest, Dua Lipa and Rihanna, here’s how you can rock the tie-dye trend of the moment too.
Inspired by celebrities and influencers, here’s a step-by-step video to guide you in creating your very own tie-dye shirt. The trend has taken the TikTok world by storm.
It certainly looks more accessible than baking to me, give it a try! But first, get equipped.
If you dig the tie-dye trend and DIY is too much of a hassle for you, we have round up a list of our favourite picks from different brands. Running the gamut from the usual T-shirt, shorts, socks, dresses, jackets, shoes, to caps and even accessories for gadgets, it’s time to get that tie-dye look that is so haut right now.
Authorities in China have ordered a senior Nomura Holdings banker overseeing the firm's investment banking operations there not to leave the mainland, two sources with knowledge of the matter said. Charles Wang Zhonghe, China investment banking chairman at Nomura, is prohibited from travelling outside the mainland, said the sources, who sought anonymity as they were not authorised to speak to media. Wang was based in Hong Kong, his LinkedIn profile showed, though his nationality was not immediately known.
Think ‘ulu’ and images of a remote locale flanked by nothing but sprawling nature might come to mind. Jalan Benaan Kapal Food Centre is none of that, yet a hard squint might leave you thinking otherwise. This hidden kopitiam is home to the simply named Kway Chap, a hawker phenomenon that’s been selling its namesake dish […] The post Kway Chap: Elderly couple selling homely kway chap at hidden Jalan Benaan Kapal coffeeshop for 20 years appeared first on SETHLUI.com.