The results? Exceptional works of art by artists from Colombia, Turkey, South Korea, China, United States, France and Japan as they push the envelope and incorporated local nuances and elements from their culture.
This is Nicole Richie's first shoppable video series with us, Style NowWith, where we preview some of her favourite must-haves from her new lifestyle collection, Honey Minx. In the first episode, the style icon picks her essential item: the versatile scarf.
Australian pyjama label Peter Alexander has come under fire for charging plus-size customers more money for identical garments.
Fashion maven Nicole Richie has come a long way from her 'The Simple Life' TV show days; she's a proud and successful entrepreneur, having launched her own jewelry line, House of Harlow, which is named after her daughter, as well as a brand new lifestyle collection, Honey Minx, which is available on WorkingSundays.com. And we're excited to be partnering with Nicole in our first ever Style NowWith video series, that is fun and shoppable. Did we say, shoppable?
Nestled among Orchard Road's many shopping malls that offer international retail brands, is Design Orchard, a new 2.5-storey development which will house a retail showcase on the first level, incubation spaces on the second level and the rooftop, and an events space on the rooftop.
Italian brand Moncler, well-known for their flagship jackets that are in vogue, have opened up a standalone boutique at Terminal 1, Changi Airport.
Singapore is among the top 10 cities for both dining and shopping, according to the latest Mastercard Global Destination Cities Index: Indulgences, released on Friday (21 December).
Whether you're after Zara's cult silk skirt or don't know how to style out a festive knit, look no further for style inspiration this festive season.
Recently, SocietyA debuted new labels to their line-up, which are Malaysian designer labels Afiq M. and Syomirizwa Gupta, with a special showcase by Jonathan Liang, who's stocked four seasons with them. Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore spoke to the talented designers Syomir Izwa and Jonathan, who were both in town for the showcase.
Nothing kick-starts Christmas more than a Mark Darcy-inspired knit and this year, there are more festive jumpers on offer than ever before. Yep, there’s no longer room for excuses. The fash pack will be pleased to see a handful of chic fair isle numbers which won’t look out of place in the office while the kids will be kept quiet courtesy of ‘Star Wars’-themed winter gear. Meanwhile, high street heroes Next and Debenhams are determined to spread festive cheer to the greatest scrooges amongst us with slogan-emblazoned jumpers it’ll prove hard to say no to. The best part? With money famously tight in December, you needn’t spend a small fortune and can save up for those last-minute pressies instead… Whether you’re planning a sweet family snap in matching knits or are in need of an oversized sweatshirt for Christmas dinner , look no further for the most sought-after festive jumpers this year. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Sustainable gift ideas: This year’s best guilt-free Christmas presents Gift ideas for him: The best Christmas presents for the men in your life Gift ideas for her: The best Christmas presents for the women in your life
Terence Mak, 50, thinks he will be lucky this time. After a failed attempt to bring armchair tourists to attractions around the world on a smartphone platform, he thinks he’s hit on a formula that would marry two groups: brick-and-mortar merchants and consumers. He is behind WhereIsWhere, a smartphone application conceptualised while he was on holiday in Phuket a few years ago.
The television presenter has been accused of turning the series into a "fashion show" by fans.
From Veja trainers to Stella McCartney lingerie, these are the sustainable pressies we hope to find under the Christmas tree this year.
Whether it's to encourage sustainability or raise money for charity, a growing number of businesses are sidestepping the shopping tradition this year.
From a village in Spain to 24k gold rolling paper, Goop has revealed its 2018 Christmas gift guide.
The likes of Marks and Spencer, Next, River Island and John Lewis have pledged to help bring an end to modern slavery.