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A brand new BT Lifestyle

FROM tomorrow, BTLifestyle returns to the main paper, easing you into a weekend state of mind with relaxed reading on everything from what to do, buy and eat, to stories that offer food for thought.

In the first instalment, we take a break from the bad economic news brought on by the pandemic to look for some bright spots on the spending front. As travel curbs keep people in Singapore for the forseeable future, well-heeled frequent travellers have been directing their spending in town instead, providing a welcome boost to varied local businesses such as fine dining restaurants, furniture retailers and bespoke jewellers. We look at how their spending habits and priorities have changed in the current climate, and what it could mean for high-end retail in general.

If you're looking for ways to redo your home, why not dispense with predetermined themes from retro to minimalist and just go with the flow of the space? That's what one interior designer did for her own home, and the results will inspire you.

Meanwhile, if the stress of pandemic living is making your hair fall out or your face to break out from mask-wearing, we've got some solutions for you. And in Dining Out, we try out a new sushi joint that gives you bang for your buck.

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