Posts Tagged ‘Rebecca Tan’
Hair masks, serums, conditioners… how much time can you really afford taking care of your hair? As the modern woman gets busier, sometimes what she needs is a miracle. Behold: Pantene’s 3 Minute Miracle that offers you much more than your average conditioner. #PanteneMiracle Pantene’s 3 Minute Mirac (Read more...)
Liv Lo, Stephanie Carrington Roberto Cavalli celebrated its flagship boutique’s official opening in Singapore with an exclusive cocktail party and fashion show graced by Singapore’s fashion elite at prestigious The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands on 11th September 2014. Spanning 1,647sqft, t (Read more...)
This post is a reprint of a post by Gossip Monger that originally appeared at WTF - Fashion Blog Magazine | Trends, Beauty, Style.
We previously showed you the best model selfies, now we present to you some of our local Singaporean celebrities instagrams who have gained much #InstaFame! Here are a few tips, tricks and secrets to becoming a great Instagramer. Tip No. 1. Generate good captions, play around with words or post ques (Read more...)
This post is a reprint of a post by Editor that originally appeared at WTF - Fashion Blog Magazine | Trends, Beauty, Style.
It does seem as if there is no limit to what is possible with technology these days and it is now possible to get yourself printed in three dimensions! The 3D scanning and printing technology already widely employed in industrial uses such as rapid prototyping now sees itself being used to create li (Read more...)
“Born to an Australian mother and Singaporean father, Rebecca started modeling in her hometown in Melbourne at 16 yrs. old. Since then, she has worked all over Asia. Taiwan, Tokyo, Osaka, Hong Kong, Beijing, Korea, Bangkok, Indonesia, Malaysia and finally setting up home in Singapore. She has (Read more...)
This Spring Summer 2011, Francis Cheong Couture expresses his collection through its interpretation of Club Chinoiserie – think Oriental with 5000 years of history filled with Dragons and Phoenixes, away from the traditional form.
As mentioned by the designer himself, each piece is a statement by (Read more...)