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T | On Set, Trending / 28 November 2018
"Initially, I was just a star and a manager told me what to do every day. One night, I was actually sold — like sold to another company. It was very demeaning to me."
The seasoned Hollywood actress — and artist — on her debuting museum exhibition in Singapore, ‘Unhomed Belongings’.
The actor reads "Boy in Stolen Evening Gown" by Saeed Jones.
As consumers begin to turn away from botox and fillers, they are instead opting for PDRN injections that prompt their skin to naturally regenerate itself.
In every friendship there lies a bond — one often cemented through shared experiences and a sense of loyalty. Here, Jane Lau and Han Pin Ma, Kim Lim and Priscilla Wong, Mae Tan and Guan Min bring to life this very idea, as they showcase Cartier’s Juste un Clou Collection.
When astrology practitioner Jeremy Tan met Sean Chan, a Chinese metaphysics consultant, they shared some surprising truths about New Year's horoscope and zodiac forecasts.
Japanese DJ Mademoiselle Yulia on an entirely new way of being in the spotlight.
In a fairy tale about Florida written exclusively for T, a pair of twins embark on a fantastic road trip through the state’s swamps and theme parks.
The floral artist accepts T’s challenge to create an object in less than an hour with only a few select items.
T | How To / 15 November 2018
Fashion personality Yoyo Cao plays the role of a secret agent carrying out a covert operation, dressed in Louis Vuitton's Cruise 2019 collection.
An exhibit of Banshu Hamono — sharp objects forged by the same centuries-old swordsmithing behind katanas — rapidly cutting, slicing and slashing to tingle the senses.
Dr. Jonathan Liu of The Dental Studio weighs in on the trend of online-bought teeth whitening kits versus professional whitening treatments.
Founder Jamie Koh invites T into Singapore's second gin distillery.
A behind-the-scenes look at how 32 extraordinary black male writers came together for a T Magazine photo shoot at the Brooklyn Historical Society, where they shared tributes to their favourite black female writers.
The women’s creative director of Salvatore Ferragamo accepts T’s challenge to make something in less than one hour with only a few select items — and reinterprets a classic design.
Entertainment & Culture, T | On Set / 17 October 2018
The writer of “A Game of Thrones” fields questions from New York Times staffer superfine.
"Art is the essence of humanity. It's distilled humanity," says Joan Chen, the acclaimed Chinese-Hollywood actress in an interview with T when she was in Singapore for the Singapore International Film Festival 2018.
The polymath behind County of Milan on his club kid roots and the paramount need to take things slow.
After 530 hours of labour, the final embellishments: 82,500 sequins and stones, all hand-sewn.
As the holiday season beckons, actress Fiona Xie shows us how she gets party ready with a wardrobe from UOB's partner brands.
Go behind the scenes at a fashion photoshoot in The Polo Bar, New York with Edison Chen, the Canadian-born, Hong Kong-based actor turned co-founder of streetwear label Clot.
Beauty, T | On Set / 21 September 2018
Traditional Chinese Medicine physician, Victoria Tan, on the rise of beauty facial acupuncture in Singapore — an alternative to aesthetic treatments.
Set in a dream-like sequence, T Singapore brings Loewe's Mackintosh 2018 collection on a journey of chance between two individuals.
The artist accepts T’s challenge to make something in less than an hour – and turns it into a fiery performance.
Instead of her hometown of Milan, Miuccia Prada decamped for her brand's New York headquarters for the Prada Cruise 2019 show. When the show wrapped up, T Singapore took these archive-inspired pieces straight to the streets.
New York City Ballet’s Preston Chamblee and Taylor Stanley dance part of the pas de deux, “Not Our Fate”, that was created for two men by the choreographer Lauren Lovette in 2017.
The street style star turned designer on her latest Yoyokulala x Gentle Monster sunglasses.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author pays homage to Montreal’s patron saint, crooning the artist’s 1967 ballad ‘‘Suzanne,’’ with the musician Cassandra Jenkins on guitar.
T follows Ustaz Herman Sudil to Johor, Malaysia to deal with jinn possessions and witchcraft.
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