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Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore presents bi-weekly style inspirations from the streets of Singapore. The photos in this edition were taken in the last week at locations such as Orchard Road and Somerset.
Lee Sung-kyung is in Singapore! The actress, who starred in popular Korean drama “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo”, arrived at Changi Airport on Monday (16 October) evening dressed in a grey coat with simple white-and-black bottoms and paired with a crossbody bag.
Singaporean designer Lai Chan will be opening this year’s Singapore Fashion Week. Having designed elegant outfits for local celebrities such as Joanne Peh and Jesseca Liu, designer Lai Chan is definitely no stranger to Singapore’s fashion industry. This year, the designer – dubbed by some as ‘the grand dame of the cheongsam’ – will be opening the annual Singapore Fashion Week, which runs from 26-28 October.
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Mention the name Jovian Mandagie, and many fans of modest fashion go wild. Not only is the Malaysian designer a dashing soon-to-be father, but his brand of ready-to-wear (RTW) collections and bridal couture gowns have been much sought-after by celebrities across the border.
Visitors to the Big Box hypermart will soon be able to view fashion designs and artwork while shopping for groceries. From 20 to 22 October, the supermarket at the mall in Jurong East will host the inaugural fashion and art festival OUTSIDER. Billed as an “anti-elitist” festival, it will showcase fashion and art exhibitions of designers and visual artists from Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Thailand, and Malaysia, as well as Singapore.
Japanese fashion has once again tried to establish who is on the top with this wild idea of turning women’s thigh into delicious-looking fried chicken – though this is perhaps unintentional. The main feature of these orange-brown, wide-leg pants is the distinctive plump curve. Coupled with fair-skinned legs and a pair of white shoes, the effect indeed does look like a pair of chicken drumsticks. 楽天で見つけた服が私にはケンタッキーにしか見えないしバックスタイルとか完全にフライドチキン…… pic.twitter.com/5BwsWdLcys
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CL, former member of K-pop girl group 2NE1, at the press conference for the relaunch of ION Sky. Former 2NE1 member CL made a guest appearance at the relaunch of ION Orchard’s observation deck ION Sky, alongside Yook Sung-jae of K-pop boy group BtoB. At the press conference for the relaunch in Singapore on Thursday (28 September), the 26-year-old shared about her love for shopping and gave some fashion advice.
Happening from 26 to 28 October at the National Gallery, the three-day event will feature a collection by celebrity designer Jason Wu, as well as those from modest fashion designers such as Jovian Mandagie and Dian Pelangi. Singaporean fashion designer Lai Chan, who will be the first Singaporean designer to opening for SGFW, is best known for his beautiful designs of the cheongsam, or qipao.
South Korean actor Lee Dong-wook was back in Singapore for his second visit this year, this time to attend the opening of Korean eyewear brand Gentle Monster’s first Southeast Asian flagship boutique store at ION Orchard on Tuesday (26 Sept). The opening party of the Gentle Monster store in Singapore was also attended by local celebrities such as Joanne Peh, Lee Teng, Xu Bin, Derrick Hoh, Kelly Poon, Shigga Shay, Rozz Lee, and Hayley and Jayley Woo.
Korean designer eyewear brand, Gentle Monster, opened their first Southeast Asian flagship boutique store opening at ION Orchard on Tuesday (26 September). Actor Lee Dong-wook (who played The Grim Reaper in popular K-drama 'Goblin') attended the opening event, which was also graced by local celebrities such as Joanne Peh, Lee Teng, Xu Bin, Derrick Hoh, Kelly Poon, Shigga Shay, Rozz Lee, and Hayley and Jayley Woo. Gentle Monster is known for its funky eyewear designs as well as their themed retail spaces in Shanghai, New York, and various locations in South Korea. The Singapore flagship store is named “samsara”, which means ‘cycle of life’ in Sanskrit. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
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Popular Korean designer eyewear brand, Gentle Monster, is set to open their first Southeast Asian flagship boutique store opening at ION Orchard on Tuesday (26 September). Ahead of the official opening, here is a heads-up on what to love about the cult label’s eyewear in Singapore.