Subscribe to our Newsletter
Trending / 11 March 2020
Stay ahead of the pack in exaggerated ruffles, graphic florals and gothic black.
From modern housecoats to silk pyjamas, a selection of labels making clothes that will upgrade your working-from-home look.
A proponent of intermittent fasting, Norma Kamali relies on a simple herbal drink and bright yam soup to stay balanced.
A roundup of ingredients — from pore-clearing black lava salt to soothing palmarosa oil — that can help transform a simple soak into a restorative escape.
Hunkering down in isolation? Keep the stress at bay with a delicious meal, some self-care and a riveting read.
Open-toed sandals and slip-ons with heavy straps ground even the floatiest of dresses.
A roundup of dermatologist-approved (and nongreasy) lotions to soothe dry fingers in a time of assiduous scrubbing.
“You can have sensitive skin without having allergies and vice versa,” a dermatologist says, “but you can also have both.” Here, the best methods to treat and deal with sensitive skin.
Kerby Jean-Raymond’s political, narratively rich designs for Pyer Moss presaged today’s gestures at activism on the runway. He still has much more to say.
Beauty / 10 March 2020
Eyeshadows in a versatile palette of brown, peach and rust lend an understated elegance to everyday makeup.
To commemorate a museum’s new home at Lower Manhattan, luxury house Max Mara dedicates a leather bag that mimics the surface of its exterior.
Here are some tips for cleaning your area of a plane and keeping healthy on a flight.
Extravagant tableaus of fruits and flowers have become popular centrepieces for runway shows and photo shoots — and call for a new kind of responsible clean up.
According to Alessandro Michele’s Gucci Spring/Summer ’20 manifesto, retaliation and openness are the antidotes to normative regulation.
Our daily recaps and the most memorable moments from the runways, as captured by T’s photographers.
T | On Set, Runway / 6 March 2020
In Paris last January, T paid a visit to Chanel’s ateliers ahead of the Haute Couture Spring/Summer ’20 show — and took note of the facts behind its craftsmanship.
From New York to Paris, the sharpest designers — forward-thinkers of their own rights — had presented a cohort of radical looks that become a cultural riposte to the zeitgeist.
Amid the fears of a global pandemic, fashion marches on in Paris.
Ahead of his debut show as the brand’s creative director, Felipe Oliveira Baptista looked to the house’s past to inspire its next chapter.
“Their power is in the energy of the person who gives them to you,” says the fashion designer.
The ancient accessories are being embraced by a new creative generation.
Beauty / 1 February 2020
Just as effective as other facial washes, the humble soap bar and balm cleanser can easily fit into your skincare regimen.
In Singapore, a decadent yet sustainable Chinese-Cantonese restaurant — and more.
From literary heroines to a rock star, the barefaced beauty holds a defiant charm all of her own.
As Chanel prepared for its Haute Couture Spring/Summer ’20 show in Paris, T Singapore went behind the scenes to discover the dedication and craftsmanship that are poured into each collection.
Over-the-top banquets have long been viewed as harbingers of impending doom. Their recent resurgence on the fashion circuit feels like a cheeky comment on the times.
The 53-year-old creative director has a strong vision and affinity for the Max Mara woman and wants to design clothes that fit into her life.
On the runways, dramatic silhouettes are both a comment on and an antidote to the world around them.
Through the fashion designer’s various identities and struggles, two things have remained consistent: his ability to predict a cultural moment and the pure emotion of his work.
T: The New York Times Style Magazine Singapore’s best videos: digital house tours from around the world, behind-the-scenes looks at cover shoots and more.
Sign up for free newsletters and get more of T Magazine Singapore delivered to your inbox.
T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and the T logo are trademarks of The New York Times Co., NY, USA, and are used under license by Atlas Press Pte Ltd.Content reproduced from T: The New York Times Style Magazine, copyright 2016 The New York Times Co. and/or its contributors, all rights reserved. The views and opinions expressed within T: The New York Times Style Magazine Singapore are not necessarily those of The New York Times Company or those of its contributors."
© Copyright all rights reserved 2016
Enter your email that you use to register and we’ll send you an email with a link to reset your password.
Enter a new password for this account. This password will replace the old one.
Your password was successfully changed
To save articles or get newsletters, alerts or recommendations - all free.
Not a member yet? Register here
Already a member? Log in here
Your subscription has been confirmed. You’ve been added to our list and you will hear from us soon.