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Her World Singapore December 2018

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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Singapore
Language:
English
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SPH Magazines Pte Ltd
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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get out

There’s something naughty and nice about December, the month that compels us to shop more, buy more (for others as well), and get out more. It might be the anticipated bonus for a year of hard work and #wins, or just the sense that, since the year is winding down and we’ve got all of January to behave and abstain, we might as well indulge now. For this party season, we’ve got the outfits, the makeup and the great gift ideas all sorted for you, plus a 24-page Get Out special that tells you where to go for the tunes you want, what’s trendy to drink (boutique bubblies), how to indulge at random spots, and also when to switch off and go coastal. So Get Out – you deserve it. www.herworld.com Her World Singapore @herworldsingapore @herworldsg…

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from miu miu – and the stuff that went into it

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great stuff for the holidays

THE VINTAGE HOMEWARE THAT ONLY LOOKS VINTAGE Quaint, eclectic, one-of-a-kind. That’s the joy of flea market finds. But for folks who like the idea but not the “unknown bad history” that may come with them, Gucci’s homeware offers the former without the latter. And the range is now at the brand’s Paragon flagship, not just online.…

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the card holder that guards your cards, and personal info

Going cashless is convenience with an inconvenient drawback: According to Dutch company Secrid, all cards – from credit to transport – have a chip and antenna for wireless communication that can be easily read, activated and cloned by card thieves from a metre away. Its aha solution: a card holder made of aluminium (the metal is a poor conductor of electromagnetic waves) to deflect radio waves, shielding cards from unwanted wireless comm. The card holder has only one slot for up to six cards (or four if the cards are embossed). Organise and stack them together, then slide the deck into the slot. A spring mechanism inside and a lever at the bottom push the cards out slightly when you need them. For more storage, Secrid suggests binding two aluminium card…

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the smart fridge

It doesn’t have a sexy name (Samsung calls it the Family Hub refrigerator). But what it lacks in “coolness”, it makes up for by being, well, really cool. It has three built-in cameras inside, between the two upper doors. They operate with the fridge’s app (which you download onto your phone), that lets you see what’s inside (or not inside) the fridge without opening its doors, without you being anywhere near the fridge, and while you’re at the grocery store trying to remember if you still have soya milk. That’s just part 1 of its smarts. Part 2: The screen on the top right door is like tablet-meets-TV. You can access Facebook, Youtube, and TV programmes through Smart View (the app that mirrors your Samsung television or phone screen), and recipes…

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the earbuds that help you get some sleep

The difference between earplugs (which block out noise that could disturb your rest), everyday earphones, and Bose’s Sleepbuds: Bose’s do not cancel noise or need to be plugged into a device for music to shut out noise. What it does is provide 10 pre-recorded spa-like tracks, from calming beach waves to fireplace-like crackling, to mask sounds you’d prefer to hear less of. Which means you’ll still hear your partner’s snoring, but it will “blend in” with your chosen soundtrack to put the former more in the background than the main event. The Sleepbuds, $379 a pair, are wireless, rechargeable, and come in three sizes. Get the right size to ensure a snug fit, which makes the noise masking more effective. A single charge gives up to 16 hours of use…

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