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Her World Singapore

June 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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EDITORIAL GROUP EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CAROLINE NGUI nguislc@sph.com.sg GROUP EDITOR DHYLAN BOEY dhylanb@sph.com.sg CREATIVE EDITOR JEANETTE EJLERSEN karenej@sph.com.sg GROUP EDITOR, WATCHES ONG TING NEE tingnee@sph.com.sg EDITOR NG YI LIAN ylng@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 CHIA YING NA cyingna@sph.com.sg BEAUTY Associate Beauty Editor MELISSA CHEW melchew@sph.com.sg Senior Beauty Writer JOYCE CHEO jcheo@sph.com.sg Beauty Writers CHELSEA TANG tangwwc@sph.com.sg ENGRACIA ANG eang@sph.com.sg FEATURES & LIFESTYLE Features & Lifestyle Editor DAVID FUHRMANN-LIM davidfl@sph.com.sg Senior Features Writer JOYCE CHUA cjoyce@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 ongssa@sph.com.sg 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 ANGELA GUO angelag@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 Content Specialist HO GUO XIONG gxho@sph.com.sg VIDEO LAB Group Editor TARA BARKER tbarker@sph.com.sg Lead Graphic Designer FELICIA LIEW…

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“the best way to predict the future is to create it”

I’m a huge believer of this saying by Abraham Lincoln. It allows me to think I can achieve anything I set my mind on, and I find it especially applicable in my career. I’d known since I was 17 that I wanted to be a magazine journalist, but I also knew that most employers preferred university graduates. I was doing a diploma in mass communications then, and decided that the best way to enter the industry full-time was through internships. By the time I earned my diploma at the age of 20, I had three publishing internships under my belt and was starting my fourth – which was, as life would have it – with Her World.Iwasn’t the best writer, but I always made sure I left an impression on every editor…

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from valentino – and the stuff that went into it

Dior Diorshow Pump “N” Brow in Dark Brown, $39.…

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the gourmet otah

Some classics you just don’t muck about with. Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey does not need a remake. New Order’s Blue Monday doesn’t need another remix. We might even say that Maggi Seasoning is perfect as it is. Peranakan food, however, could use a modern intervention and reinvention. Lee Wee & Brothers, known for its homemade otah at its Old Airport Road stall, is putting a modern spin on traditional otah at its spin-off, O’tah. “We want to put the spotlight on the otah because of its unassuming nature as a side dish, and make it more accessible to the international market. After all, we’re located inside an airport,” says Darren Lee – one of three brothers who are the second-generation owners of Lee Wee & Brothers. First, they’ve updated their mother’s…

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the guest house with the airbnb vibe

What Airbnb has forever changed in the hospitality sector: giving vacationers flexibility and the experience of living and hanging like the locals. That’s why Kesa House has a great location at the heart of the action at 55 Keong Saik Road. Right across the street is the well-loved Potato Head Folk burger shack and rooftop bar. Opposite are Teck Lim Road’s Nicolas Le Restaurant for French fine dining and one-Michelin-starred Burnt Ends for Australian barbecue fare. “Kesa House allows guests to completely immerse themselves in the entrepreneurial and creative communities of Singapore, while providing comfortable and versatile spaces to work and relax in,” says Ashish Manchharam, 40, founder and managing director of 8M Collective, which also owns Ann Siang House and Base Residences. That’s also why the space is designed like a modern…

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experience the wonders of the riau islands

Tropical paradises, temple ruins and spicy sambal belado come to mind when we think of Indonesia. But that’s not all there is to our South-east Asian neighbour. With her archipelago of islands, each forging a different kind of landscape, there’s always something for the wild at heart. Other than the volcano explorations and jungle treks you see travellers sharing on Instagram, Indonesia also hosts myriad international golf, cycling and sailing competitions. There’s truly no shortage of things to do in the +62. SAIL ANAMBAS This event hosts a fleet of 30 to 50 yachts on a trip around the Anambas Islands every year. The mysterious Anambas Islands make for a great sailing experience, and even if you don’t sail, the competition (June 6-12) is a fabulous event to witness: The waters are crystal…