SINGAPORE – Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri is giving Christian Dior’s haute couture collection a touch of love.
SINGAPORE – Luxury brand Missoni opens their first flagship store at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Creative Director and President of Missoni, Angela Missoni, Vice Chairman of Missoni and Industrial Partner at FSI, Michele Norsa and Retail Director, Giacomo Missoni graced the boutique opening on Tuesday (19 November) alongside celebrities and personalities.The new 150m2 store features Missoni’s Womenswear, Menswear, Beachwear and Accessories collections alongside the new M Missoni collection designed by Margherita Maccapani Missoni.Missoni celebrated the boutique launch with a cocktail party, inviting press and key local fashion icons such as Rebecca Lim, Yoyo Cao and Kim Lim. Notable society guests were also in attendance at the lively party, including Jamie QQ Wu, Iroshini Chua, Fumi Lee, Marilyn Lum, Adrian Ng and Seia Lee.READ MORE:Hermes petit h collection is available for public viewing on 22 NovemberWe Chat With: South Korean actor Ji Chang-WookG-Dragon’s Nike Air Force 1 shoes will be available for S$279 at Dover Street Market Singapore
SINGAPORE – American outdoor clothing and gear brand The North Face’s latest store addition is at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, spanning 188m2. Opening from 2 September, it coincides with the launch of the Icon collection.
SINGAPORE — To celebrate the drop of the 2 Moncler 1952 + Valextra Collection, celebrities and VIP guests were invited to the Moncler Flagship Store in Marina Bay Sands.
Apparel and lifestyle company Moncler just revealed its newest brick-and-mortar store at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore and we were there to preview it on Thursday (21 March). The new Moncler boutique covers a total area of 5,600 sq ft spread across two floors, making it among the biggest Moncler store in the APAC Region.
For one night only, Hollywood stars Brie Larson, (Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel), Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), Gemma Chan (Minn-Erva), along with Captain Marvel film’s directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck will be descending at Marina Bay Sands to meet fans on 14 February, Thursday (yes, make this your Valentine's Day plan).
Claiming to be the world’s No. 1 musical is a bombastic assertion — so does The Lion King live up to the expectations of that claim, especially since the story is familiar to most audiences? Like with most tales, the joy is in the journey rather than the destination, and The Lion King, whose current run in Singapore is until 23 September, is a magnificently executed journey. The enormous and exaggerated Pumbaa (Pierre van Heerden) was a scene stealer with his hilariously proportioned costume, deft handling of his tongue, and comic timing, as was the energetic Zazu (Andrew Jewson).
This weekend, Singapore fans of Swedish auteur Ingmar Bergman can congregate this week for the third installation of the Swedish Film Festival. Tea lovers are in for a treat, too, with a masterclass in tea blending by tea maker Victor Koh. Party animals can strut down to Sands SkyPark’s mega event, or celebrate Peaches Club’s relaunch. Art lovers will want to check out a new exhibition featuring Zai Kuning.
British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay returned to Singapore for a motivational dialogue with local youths.
World renowned French-Canadian singer Celine Dion is coming to Singapore to perform here for the first time. As part of the Celine Dion Live 2018 tour, the Grammy award winner is set to perform on 3 and 4 July at Marina Bay Sands. This is part of the integrated resort’s Sands Live concert series, which has featured performances by iconic stars such as The Rolling Stones.
The 25-year-old winner of Miss Universe 2012 and ex-girlfriend of singer Nick Jonas (formerly of pop group The Jonas Brothers) on Thursday (4 Jan) posted photos on Instagram of herself sightseeing in Chinatown and Marina Bay Sands. Culpo, who is also a social media personality with over two million followers, walked about in a cropped turtleneck and low-cut denim jeans, showing off her impressive abs.
It was a star-studded night at Marina Bay Sands on New Year’s Eve as Hollywood stars Jamie Foxx and Wilmer Valderrama welcomed 2018 at LAVO Singapore, a newly-opened Italian restaurant and rooftop bar. Foxx, who just turned 50 on 13 December, hosted a New Year’s Eve party at the venue ahead of its official opening on 8 January. While Foxx didn’t ring in the new year with girlfriend and actress Katie Holmes, he had his 23-year-old daughter Corinne Foxx by his side to share the memorable moment.
This time their multi-sensory immersive installation, Digital Light Canvas opens up the entire space at the former skating rink at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, allowing visitors to view the visually-arresting digital show and special effects from several floors.
A new dining experience is set to arrive in Singapore next year, and it is very Instagrammable and offers all the highlights of a night about town in one place. LAVO Singapore Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar is opening its doors to the public in January 2018 at the iconic Marina Bay Sands SkyPark. LAVO Singapore is a collaboration between Marina Bay Sands and TAO Group.
Marina Bay Sands is hosting a Star Wars-themed light and water show on 25 November. Marina Bay Sands will be celebrating the release of upcoming movie “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” with a special light and water show themed after the popular sci-fi franchise. According to a media release on Friday (17 November), the light show will consist of lasers and water movements as well as a film score from the movie.
Fans of French fashion house Balmain can soon shop for collections by designer and creative director Olivier Rousteing in Singapore, as the brand will be opening its first standalone store at Marina Bay Sands in the coming months.
Viral videos of impressive makeup transformations and tutorials have notably given rise to a kind of obsession over makeup and cosmetics. Thanks to social media, many have been spotting the latest makeup trends, from bold and defined eyebrows to highlighting the cheekbones and tips of the nose.
Fans of hit British television series can start booking their tickets to the inaugural ‘Downton Abbey’ exhibition, which will be kicking off its international tour in Singapore at Marina Bay Sands. The Singapore leg of the tour will take place for a limited time from 17 June to 19 August at Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre (Basement 2 Hall F). Tickets, priced at $30 for each adult and $15 for each child, are available for purchase online or in person from the Marina Bay Sands Box Office. Brought to you by NBCUniversal International Studios and Imagine Exhibitions, the event is expected to take fans on an immersive journey through the grand home of Downton Abbey, while connecting visitors with their favourite characters and locations. Visitors can also expect never-before-seen footages and over 50 official costumes worn by the cast, including Michelle Dockery, Hugh Bonneville and Dame Maggie Smith, before wrapping up the visit at a special Downton-themed tea room and gift shop. The international tour of the exhibition was announced over a year after the globally successful period drama ended its six-season run. Downton Abbey was produced by Carnival Films and MASTERPIECE, and written and created by Julian Fellowes. It was executive produced by Gareth Name, Julian Fellows and Liz Trubridge. The show, which has been distributed to over 250 territories worldwide, made history at the Emmys with 69 nominations. Related stories: Tickets to ‘Downton Abbey: The Exhibition’ in Singapore now on sale Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
Japanese food has topped the foodie trends in 2016 and the latest addition to the sea of choices is IPPUDO's takeaway ramen concept, KURO-OBI, which opens its doors this Friday (13 January). Offering affordable options between $8 and $12 right in the heart of the upscale Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, KURO-OBI lets patrons customise their ramen bowls according to their tastes. "The concept is different from the traditional ramen eatery, allowing shoppers and working professionals to enjoy a quick wholesome meal customised to their preferences," said Mr Yota Shiiba, deputy general manager of IPPUDO Singapore. KURO-OBI was first unveiled in New York and the Singapore’s outlet is its first overseas foray outside of New York. Right next door to KURO-OBI, IPPUDO is also opening its ninth signature outlet in Singapore. The 90-seater classy dining concept will offer the full IPPUDO menu as well as new dishes such as Samurai Ribs and Almond Jelly Noodles. IPPUDO and KURO-OBI are located at #B2-54/55, Marina Bay Sands.
Fans of the popular Ghostbusters franchise turned up at the red carpet on Sunday (12 June) at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands dressed as ghosts.A total of 263 people in ghost costumes set a new Guinness World Records title for the “Largest Gathering Of People Dressed As Ghosts At A Single Venue”.The movie, a reboot of the 1984 original Ghostbusters film, was directed by Paul Feig, who walked the red carpet together with star Melissa McCarthy. The movie also features comedic talents Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones and actor Chris Hemsworth.
At the Art Science Museum, organisers said Sing Jazz 2016 would be a “jazz-for-all” event as they will be featuring a more extensive variety of jazz-influenced genres including Afrobeat (Seun Kuti & Egypt 80) and more blues and soul genres (Taylor McFerrin, Hiatus Kaiyote). Discerning jazz lovers in Singapore can look out for more traditional jazz acts such as Enrico Rava and Candy Dulfer, who used to be a saxophonist for iconic musician, Prince. “The Third edition of Sing Jazz will be more dynamic than ever! We are presenting a more diverse collection of international artists, collaborating more with Singapore-based artists and our production team is putting an altogether more enhanced festival experience,” said co-founder and artistic director David Lyndon Smith.