Quick Change

Workwear overalls get a serious update with impeccable tailoring by Jil Sander.

Double Duty

Ostrich feathers are having a big fashion moment so don’t just reserve it for after hours. Wear it loud and proud for a casual weekend or to the office.

Smart Shopper

Why browse: Affordably priced with a wide range of choices, Klarra is also a local label which designs their clothes with the average Asian customer in mind, so you can do away with the hassle of alterations. If you favour decorative blouses with ruffled sleeves or lace-trimmed dresses, this is...

Runway To Reality

REFRESH your corporate wardrobe with 11 of the season's standout trends.

Heart and Sole

​GROWING UP in a shoemaking family, Gianvito Rossi never thought to do anything but design shoes. “It was very natural for me,” he says.

The A-List

​EVERY SEASON PRESENTS a lineup of designer bags to lust after - but how do we know if what we’re buying is really worth the investment?

The Logo Effect

THE MONOGRAM WAS the reigning status symbol in the 90s up to the early 2000s, thanks to an era of conspicuous consumption sparked by a booming US economy. That would change when the financial crisis hit in 2008 and suddenly, one person's branded bag became fashion's anathema. Flashiness was...

Crowd pleaser

Make a statement with Spring’s powerful prints in your workwear wardrobe

Tailor Made

Riccardo Tisci may have been one of high fashion's streetwear pioneers but since he set foot at Burberry, he's been focused on the sophistication and heritage of Savile Row tailoring....

Gunning for Success

A TRIP TO PARIS isn't complete without a visit to cult brand Fauré Le Page's store on 21, Rue Cambon....

Women Of Vision

Miuccia Prada is up there with the likes of fashion greats such as Yves Saint Laurent and Coco Chanel. Known as a creative genius and radical thinker, Prada is an antiestablishment game changer who insists on being true to herself.

Suit Evolution

“THERE IS AN old saying that the new generation doesn’t want to wear what the old generation wore,” muses Gildo Zegna, CEO of Ermenegildo Zegna.

The Best of Spring Summer 2019

The fashion world mourned the passing of legendary designer Karl Lagerfeld last week. Affectionately known as Kaiser Karl to the fashion cognoscenti, he leaves a legacy of fashion treasures for the future generation. So, make sure your Spring shopping list includes some of these wardrobe keepers...

Ahead of the pack: Top creative names in Singapore you need to know now

ANYONE WHO CAME OF AGE before the Internet can tell you how much faster the world has become.

The Perfect Fit

Weight-lifting is your go-to exercise routine and you have the body to prove it.

Dress to Impress

Psychedelic patterns were a key motif running through the menswear collections. From mid-century modern Scandinavian styles to popular hippie tie-dye prints, designers filled the spring/summer collections with a burst of creative energy.

Business Class

Spring's handsome new-age bags are your prime work accessory...

Special Feature: A League of His Own

In the game of fashion, only the savviest will survive. And with close to four decades of experience under his belt, CEO and president of Tod’s Diego Mr Della Valle is acutely aware of the shifting fashion landscape.

Make It Work

Many women love the comfort of a lightweight tunic or a blouse especially in our humid weather.

Gifts for Every Style

Architecture and geometry are your favourite subjects.

A Season Of Giving

Party Ready

Maximum Impact

Throw the predictable minimalist trope out the window. Here’s how you can max out your nine-to-five wardrobe - colours, prints and glitter included. 

Offbeat Baubles

If an exclusive ring is in order, Choo Yilin’s got you sorted. She may be a stalwart in the local jewellery arena but this year, she’s moved into a completely new category — engagement rings.

Quick Lift

Last season was all about the tiny sunglasses, but it’s time to upgrade to bigger-sized shades. We particularly love the clear and tinted styles from Dior.

The Real Deal

WHILE FASHION HOUSES bend over backwards to engage the millennial market, Erdem Moralioglu is not about to follow suit. “I never think of my women by age,” he says candidly in an exclusive interview with Weekend.