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Her World Singapore November 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
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English
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SPH Magazines Pte Ltd
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12 Issues

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good hair & good men

Sometimes, what a woman needs boils down to two things: good hair, and good men. Good hair needs no explanation. Having good hair just makes you feel, well, good. This issue, we give you the winnersof the Her World Hair Awards 2018. There’s a hair product, treatment and service for every hair type and scalp condition. Our testers spent hours sitting in salons or applying products on their hair. We had one aim: to find out which ones really work, and make your hair look much, much better. And then there are good men – with the emphasis on “good”. As independent, confident, modern women, we’re perfectly happy doing our own thing, on our own, in our own time. Men, optional. But these 31 Good Men are in a sphere of their own. They…

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from givenchy – and the stuff that went into it

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the most inclusive h&m designer collaboration

Since its first with Karl Lagerfeld in 2004, H&M’s designer collaborations (17 so far) have more often than not been created for those who want the designer’s sensibility at way more accessible prices. To Scott, the 80-pieces-for-women and 41-pieces-for-men collection that includes biker jackets, leather dresses, sequinned hoodies, swimwear, lingerie, and even pet accessories, is a bit different – “a little like a greatest-hits collection for Moschino fans”. To us, it has something for everyone, every personality, every shape and – depending on how small your doggie is – it’s also for pooches. “Who do I want to see in the collection? Everybody. I want to see all the cool kids – from Japan to South Africa – who want to wear my clothes but can’t afford them. I want people to…

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the most-in-one hairstyling tool

Hairstyling, whether it’s daily or ad hoc, requires different types of apparatus. To tidy hair with minimum fuss, we need a blow-dryer and at least one styling brush. To create K-drama waves, we need curling tongs. To get super-straight hair, we need a flat iron. If we want different looks on different days, we’ll need a few tools. This concept of hairstyling is outdated, according to the think-out-of-the-box people at Dyson – the same folks who forever changed the way we think of and use the hairdryer with its Supersonic – because the process can be so much easier and sexier. Airwrap, the company’s first gadget to reinvent hairstyling, does not cater to every hairstyling whim. But it does provide the kind of hairstyling most women want – getting unruly hair in…

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the new place to buy and read books

Sarah Naeem, 28, from Pakistan, and now a PR, was browsing the philosophy section of a bookstore in Pakistan when she noticed that not a single woman author was represented. It made her reflect on her own reading experience – she hadn’t been making a conscious decision about more diverse reading. That’s why the co-founder of The Moon has made it a mission to make different kinds of books more accessible to habitual readers and non-readers, while keeping the book-buying experience more fun, and to help readers discover what they normally might not. Aside from stocking 70 per cent of the shelf space with books written by women – from works by Wild author Cheryl Strayed to Ponti bySharlene Teo, “we try to include unique titles that you don’t usually see, or…

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the manolo blahnik hangisi

For a generation that may not have watched the first Sex and the City movie, Blahnik’s Hangisi (say “han-gee-see”), the blue pump with the bejewelled buckle, was more than Bradshaw’s chosen wedding shoe until she was jilted by Mr Big; it was also the shoe that later brought them back together. That pump – still one of the brand’s best-selling styles – has since been produced in more than 100 materials and colourways, and in seven heel heights. It has also evolved into boots, mules, d’Orsays, flats, and even bags and belts. For its 10th anniversary, it goes back to its roots: being the New York woman’s shoe, in three styles: Cosmopolitan (a cocktail favoured by the four SATC ladies); Love, with a handwritten print; and the 2.0 of the Bradshaw wedding…

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