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Made in Singapore, T | On Set / 15 November 2019
A frog farm in Kranji teams up with a tech start-up to upcycle its frogskin waste into a collagen-based skincare line.
Shannon Taggart spent nearly two decades capturing the rituals of Spiritualism, a movement founded on attempts to communicate with the dead, for her new book, “Séance.”
A crop of artisans and artists breathe a renewed lease of life into discarded materials at Hermès’s petit h workshop.
A guide to the shopping malls and street food of Vietnam’s largest, most exhilarating, metropolis.
As they prepare to open their own ambitious farm-to-table project, James Henry and Shaun Kelly have discovered a sideline as sought-after producers.
Estimated to be worth over a trillion dollars globally, the strengthening pink dollar has become a point of interest for the hospitality industry that is finding new ways to pursue this particular group of customers.
They once covered plains in great swathes. Now, humble grasses are returning as focal points in free-spirited bouquets.
A pair of architects transforms the traditional toolsheds of Mallorca’s olive farms into radically minimalist residential caves.
Six ideas for creating imaginative tablescapes from interior designers, florists, artists and more.
Entertainment & Culture / 28 October 2019
No more experimenting with sound, keeping emotional secrets, or living life around other people’s expectations. JJ Lin isn’t hiding from himself anymore.
Located in the heart of Hong Kong’s central business district, the new private club SOHO House Hong Kong — the first in East Asia — takes its members into a space influenced by the city’s rich film and art history.
A cultural compendium of things T editors are excited about in a given month.
The jewellery and real estate scion discusses the paradigm shift that underpins K11 Musea, the colossal mega-mall that’s dubbed the “Silicon Valley of Culture”.
In T Singapore’s 2019 Greats issue, we celebrate six talents who have worked their way up to the upper echelons of their respective fields — and have simply inspired or incited change in the world at large.
JJ Lin, who many consider as Singapore’s most successful male music export, sits back and reflects on his rocky climb up to prominence.
Gourmet, Art & Design / 2 October 2019
This next generation business leader wants to reshape the cultural landscape of cities on the Eastern end of the world through a network of art and retail mega complexes.
The story of how an unassuming egg named Eugene created a world record on Instagram, became one of the biggest social media stars of 2019 and taught us all a lesson in making the most of a viral moment.
The therapeutical ways of battling jet lag, tired skin and even insomnia.
The photographer François Halard’s new book documents the private spaces of some of the world’s most influential creative forces.
Celebrated photographer Mario Sorrenti and his daughter, up-and-coming photographer Gray Sorrenti, on their “Edge of the Sea” collaboration with La Mer.
Entertainment & Culture / 22 July 2019
Pornography has a new look: It’s cinematic, diverse and directed by visionary women.
Through an imagined bohemian-styled study room, Singapore-based designers Authors Interior & Styling brought nature indoors and alleviated the sterile ocular implications of modernistic architecture.
Along the Spree River, artists are reviving sprawling industrial buildings in which to let their imaginations run wild.
Robin Rhode uses city walls as his canvas, challenging the idea of creation as a solitary, private act.
Every Monday at Ichigo Ichie, Japanese chef Akane Eno takes over the Michelin-starred Sushi Kimura and creates a unique kaiseki experience with soulful, traditional Japanese dishes.
Amid the burnout of Singaporean workers, the fast-expanding co-working movement is transforming the workplace.
Nestled amidst the lush greenery of the mountain town Karuizawa, the Shishi-iwa House redefines hospitality with novel architecture matched with an equally revolutionary ethos.
After decades of being associated with retrograde ideas of American femininity, Jell-O becomes its own artistic medium.
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