Duchess Kate, 37, was pictured, together with Prince George, 6, and Princess Charlotte, 4, by a supermarket customer at the checkout.
"How has Marks and Spencer managed not only to mess up the spelling but make a biryani without rice and meat?"
We’ve never heard of a fashion and art festival being held at a supermarket in Singapore until now.The inaugural OUTSIDER fashion art festival took place at Big Box Hypermart from 20 to 22 October and saw shelves – previously stocked with groceries, cleaning items and condiments – hung with pieces from various fashion collections instead.The participating fashion labels were LANNERET (China), MAKIN JAN MA (Hong Kong), Man Chien (Malaysia), METHODOLOGY (Hong Kong), Q DESIGN AND PLAY (Thailand), Absurd by Absurd Laboratory (Hong Kong), Alias (China), BATICE (Taiwan), MS YEEYEE (China), Faculty (Singapore), VOLTAIRE.VISIONS (Singapore), 1=X (China) and Mimblanche (China).Works by fashion graduates from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) were also displayed at the event.The event also featured art installations by 10 local artists. According to a press release on Monday (30 October), the event attracted 1,500 people across three days. OUTSIDER was organised by local creative agency Untitled Collective, helmed by Singaporean Zachary Goh.Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
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.