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Her World Singapore

September 2019

Her World is Singapore's Number 1 women's magazine. It caters to the stylish achiever and is the authority on fashion, beauty and lifestyle trends. It offers empowering reads on women's issues, and covers them with depth and style. There are in-depth features, interviews and provocative reads on issues that matter to the modern woman

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her world

EDITORIAL GROUP EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CAROLINE NGUI nguislc@sph.com.sg GROUP EDITOR DHYLAN BOEY dhylanb@sph.com.sg GROUP EDITOR, WATCHES ONG TING NEE tingnee@sph.com.sg EDITOR NG YI LIAN ylng@sph.com.sg CREATIVE DIRECTOR WINDY AULIA waulia@sph.com.sg EXECUTIVE EDITOR PENELOPE CHAN chanslp@sph.com.sg ONLINE EDITOR MARY-ANN SOH maryanns@sph.com.sg FASHION Fashion Writers SEAN THAM stham@sph.com.sg VALERIE WONG valwsw@sph.com.sg BEAUTY Associate Beauty Editor MELISSA CHEW Beauty Writer CHELSEA TANG tangwwc@sph.com.sg FEATURES & LIFESTYLE Features & Lifestyle Editor CARA VAN MIRIAH caravm@sph.com.sg Senior Features Writer DAWN WONG dawnw@sph.com.sg Lifestyle Writer HAYLEY TAI hayleyt@sph.com.sg ART Senior Art Director ALEX GOH alexgoh@sph.com.sg Associate Art Directors LI HWEE SHAN lihs@sph.com.sg ALICE CHUA chpin@sph.com.sg Senior Designer SHERLI CHONG csherli@sph.com.sg COPY Chief Sub-Editor LEE KYLL SYNN kyllsynn@sph.com.sg Executive Sub-Editor ADELE ONG PHOTO Chief Photographer VERONICA TAY verontay@sph.com.sg Executive Photographers FRENCHESCAR LIM frenchl@sph.com.sg TAN WEI TE tanweite@sph.com.sg Supervising Video Producer LEON KIONG leonkw@sph.com.sg Photographers DARREN CHANG darrenc@sph.com.sg VEE CHIN veechin@sph.com.sg PHYLLICIA WANG wanglx@sph.com.sg Videographers GONG YIMIN gongym@sph.com.sg ALICIA CHONG achong@sph.com.sg Senior Administrative Executive WENDY WONG wwong@sph.com.sg DIGITAL TRENDING DESK Group Editor DHYLAN BOEY dhylanb@sph.com.sg Associate Editor JOY FANG joyfang@sph.com.sg Content Specialist (Beauty) KAYCE TEO kayceteo@sph.com.sg BRAND LAB & VIDEO LAB Director ONG TING NEE tingnee@sph.com.sg Editor GRACE CHUA cshgrace@sph.com.sg Fashion Director JANICE PIDDUCK pjan@sph.com.sg Associate Editor SHAIRAH THOUFEEKH AHAMED stahamed@sph.com.sg Senior Writer NIDA SEAH seahnida@sph.com.sg Assistant Project Manager NURASYIDAH…

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what is real influence and who has it?

Those are the two questions I find myself increasingly asking in this digital age, where an “influencer” is someone with a high number of Instagram followers. I googled the definition of influence and found that it is “the capacity to have an effect on the character, development, or behaviour of someone or something, or the effect itself”. Incidentally, a week before this issue went to print, I witnessed a case of spousal violence. My first thought was to stop the perpetrator, but I wasn’t sure what results it would have, so besides recording it, I didn’t do anything during the incident. I took to Instagram to share my feelings, and a social-worker follower advised that “the best thing you could do was nothing because the abuser might take his embarrassment out on the…

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from coach 1941 – and the stuff that went into it

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the puffer jacket

Before the puffer jacket gained the sort of recognition it has today, it was merely a necessity. Enter the likes of Balenciaga and Moncler, who turned it upside down and inside out, repurposing the utilitarian item by playing with its proportions, using an explosion of prints, and putting it on the runway. This season, the puffer jacket hits a new peak. With street-cred attached, it’s no longer reserved for the slopes. Even more so with the Moncler Genius series of collaboration projects with some of the coolest fashion designers to date. It makes it easier for us to justify wearing a winter wardrobe, especially when it’s fashionable and functional.…

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a deeper shade of beige


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a great vibe

Titled “La Energy”, the Spanish label’s latest collection epitomises boundless creative spirit through three capsule collections. 1 GO BLACK The label’s idea of “black garments” is neither plain nor devoid of colour. Its ebony-themed capsule sets the hue against vibrant and intricate details, and is designed to be worn from head to toe. 2 NOT JUST JEANS Denim is in Desigual’s DNA, but the season’s denim capsule goes beyond jeans. The brand’s rebellious spirit manifests itself in a “patchwork” bomber jacket that mixes tweed with denim. 3 WRAP UP Laden with vibrant knits, wool coats and ponchos, the “Warm Looks: Come Closer” capsule is an invitation to conserve energy by getting cosy. The collection is available at the Desigual store in Orchard Central and on Zalora.com.…