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Cover Image // On Model: JEWELLERY Zydo APPAREL CH CAROLINA HERRERA   PHOTOGRAPHY Ching @ GreenPlasticSoldiers PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTANT Tong   STYLING DIRECTION Desmond Lim STYLING ASSISTANT Joey Tan   HAIR Grego/Indigo Artisans using BedHead by TIGI @ Glamour Salon System MAKEUP Dollei Seah using YSL Beauté, assisted by Xin Ning MODEL Anna /…

After more than two months of renovations, Cortina Watch finally unveiled its 152 sqm Patek Philippe boutique at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands in November. The new space houses a contemporary vibe that exudes elegance and symmetry in neutral colours. Dark wooden panels and cream leather create contrasting tones accented…

Delicate and easy on the eyes, the colour pink depicts compassion, love, and healing. No wonder ladies are drawn to this sweet hue. And when paired with sophisticated complications, pink packs a pretty yet powerful wallop in ladies’ timepieces. Allow these rose-coloured horological masterpieces — from pastel, bright, to intense…

The tourbillon is revered as one of the most fascinating and intricate watch complications ever invented. Master watchmakers have progressed in creating exceptional timepieces to showcase their craft and ingenious movements. Until today, owning a Swiss-made tourbillon is an exceptional style statement only few can express. Much like a spinning…

At their simplest form, watches do one thing — tell time. At the other end of the spectrum are mechanical wonders of the highest horological order, fitted with tourbillons, chronograph movements, and astronomical indications. Here, you’ll also find another category, one that applies age-old artistry and techniques to produce works…

First time in South East Asia, the Swiss haute horlogerie brand, Blancpain held its Ocean Commitment Exhibition at the iconic Suria KLCC mall in the capital of Malaysia. Running from 27th July to 31st July 2016, the exhibition’s aim was to further promote the brand’s commitment to protecting the oceans…