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Designers like Valentino and Marc Jacobs have launched custom collections in the game, providing a much-needed dose of escapism not just for fashion lovers, but for sufferers of lockdown-induced ennui.
Mock the redundancy and archaism of finishing schools all you want, but modern etiquette is just what China’s newly baked upper crust needs, and it is Sara Jane Ho’s mission to bring it to them.
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With all the digital and visual effects necessary to restore any performer to the prime of life, Hollywood is defying age and death in the name of entertainment. But should it?
The good, the bad, and the ugly: celebrity coronavirus edition.
But beneath the filters and #ads, life as a social media star is riddled with unchecked issues and an underbelly that mirrors Hollywood’s.
She talks about her latest film and what it means to be an artist in Singapore. Spoiler: it isn’t easy.