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Harper's Bazaar Singapore

Harper's Bazaar Singapore

February 2020

Bold, opulent and provocative, Harper’s BAZAAR is the style bible for the well-dressed woman with the well-dressed mind. Known internationally for our blend of intelligent commentary and dynamic photography, BAZAAR is the first and last word in fashion. The Singapore edition of Harper´s BAZAAR brings style and substance to all aspects of contemporary life through a sophisticated and diverse array of articles, blending intelligent comment and stimulating features with outstanding photography, glamour and informed round-ups of the best in fashion, accessories, health and beauty, restaurants, travel, the arts and interior design.

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harper's bazaar singapore

KENNETH GOH Editor-in-Chief Executive Editor CHARMAINE HO Contributing Editor JOYCE LIM Creative Director WINDY AULIA Senior Art Director DAPHNE TSO Associate Fashion Director JEFFREY YAN Associate Style Editor GRACIA PHANG Contributing Sub Editor STEPHANIE YEONG Associate Beauty Editor ANGELYN KWEK Associate Digital Editor SEAN TAN Senior Digital Writer SHERMIN NG Associate Art Director STEPHANIE GRACIA Contributors DEBORAH AFSHANI, SANDY ARMENI, BARBARA BAUMEL, SOPHIE CHAPMAN, KIRSTIE CLEMENTS, MIGUEL ENAMORADO, JOANNA HILLMAN, DANA KOH, ZHUAN LEE, CHRISTINE LENNON, JESSIE LIEBMAN, GRACE MA, MARTHA MCCULLY, NAVIN PILLAY, VANESSA YONG, PETER WATSON Contributing Photographers ANNA DAKI, YULIA GORBACHENKO, HONG JANGHYUN, SEBASTIAN KIM, DON PENNY, THIEMO SANDER, ALEXANDRE WEINBERGER, TXEMA YESTE, YU TSAI, PAUL ZAK Intern MARGAUX JEANNE LEVY Group Editor-In-Chief CAROLINE NGUI Group Editor JOANNA LEE-MILLER STUDIO Chief Photographer VERONICA TAY Executive Photographers FRENCHESCAR LIM, TAN WEI TE, DARREN CHANG Photographers VEE CHIN, PHYLLICIA WANG Videographer ALICIA CHONG OPERATIONS Assistant Manager, Publishing Services LIN FENG EDITORIAL SUPPORT Senior Administrative Executive WENDY WONG BRAND…

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coming of age

It’s always a tricky thing to talk about ageing. So much time, money and effort spent at aestheticians and doctors’ offices, not to mention the vitamins, supplements and anti-ageing potions we take or slather on, all in the pursuit of that elusive fountain of youth. If you, like me, fight the daily fight against gravity and wrinkles, then our annual Spa Awards will be a godsend: It’s the ultimate guide to the most pampering, age-defying and youth-imparting treatments and programmes to have you looking and feeling on top of the world. Turn to page 74 to see how you can battle the odds Father Time has stacked against us. But before you start thinking of the scalpel and needle as lifesavers, read our piece, “Old or Weird?” on page 104.…

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wish list

Few trends can truly stand the test of time like minimalism does, and for good reason. At its core, minimalist fashion is reductivism, so pare down your closet to timeless basics and key essentials that can easily be put together. This season at Givenchy, Clare Waight Keller made a strong case for romantic minimalism, melding the classic cool of ’90s New York with the dreaminess of Parisian couture—best captured in a bowed bustier dress with a single winged puff sleeve (#2). Channel that same sensual confidence with an Ellery cropped top with voluminous sleeves (#5) and a high-waisted skirt from Balenciaga (#4), or throw on a Jacquemus dress with bold sculpted shoulders (#10). Add flair with lapis and gold double-link earrings from Bottega Veneta (#9) and a chunky ring from…

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luxe for less

THE PETER PAN COLLAR This rounded collar was made popular by the costume worn by actress Maude Adams in the 1905 Broadway production of Peter Pan, where she played the titular character. More than 100 years later, the demure lapel has been refreshed with an edgier touch this spring. Louis Vuitton’s oversize styles are splashed with vibrant ’70s prints while over at CELINE, lace-trimmed collars peeked out from varsity sweaters. Like its namesake, the boy in the fairy tale who wouldn’t grow up, this timeless style injects youth and innocence to any outfit.…

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viva forever

Some might say don’t fix what ain’t broken, but Paul Andrew subscribes to the adage that to improve is to change. For spring/summer 2020, the footwear maestro turned creative director of Salvatore Ferragamo decided to reimagine the brand’s beloved Vara flat, designed 41 years ago by Fiamma Ferragamo, daughter of the House’s founder. With lightness and modernity in mind, the shoe now has a sleeker pointed toe, a supersized bow and sculptural block heels informed by the work of American contemporary artist and sculptor Richard Serra. When Andrew began work on his new collection, he filled his mood board with images of Italian summers in the ’80s, when days were long and languid, basking under the sun, surrounded by sand and sea. His new Viva shoes reflect that breezy summertime…

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the news

1 POST APOCALYPSE NOW Marine Serre has been seeing dystopia. Her show last season was staged in an underground bunker, and though she moved outdoors this season, the unrelenting rain lent the proceedings a foreboding vibe that was reinforced by the clothes. Titled “Marée Noire”, which refers to oil spills but is directly translated as “black tide”, the show opened with inky blacks and oil-slick surfaces, accessorised with clanking belts and chains. Models had pouches, backpacks and reusable water bottles strapped around their bodies. Combined with the rugged materials and protective silhouettes, they had the air of survivalists in an apocalyptic aftermath—an unmistakable commentary on the climate crisis. Serre confronted the issue by working mostly with upcycled fabrics, recycled plastic and reclaimed metal hardware. Alongside her distinctive scarf dresses, Serre also…