With Valentine’s Day behind us, we’ve resumed our diet plans and begun some intense budgeting for the rest of the month — thanks to all the splurging we did on those lavish dinners, gifts and flowers. For those of us who went on less than ideal dates, we’re trying to forget the day ever happened. And we’ll probably take a break from dating apps for a while.
This week, we take a closer look at the trends that dominated New York Fashion Week’s runways, lust after the new range of Glashütte Sixties Iconic Square watches — which come in five lovely hues –, and drool over the tasty offerings at 10 newly opened restaurants around the island. We’re already planning to have our #cheatday meals at some of these eateries.
Also in this edition of The Cheat Sheet, we catch up with Zouk Executive Chairman Andrew Li to find out more about his plans for the iconic nightspot, which recently moved to Clarke Quay.
If you’re feeling uninspired about where to dine this weekend, we suggest checking out these 10 newly opened restaurants.
Andrew Li, Executive Chairman of Zouk and Vice President of Genting HK, shares all about his future plans for Zouk — which include bringing the brand to Las Vegas.
From sheer blouses to velvet apparel and fashtivism, here are six trends that made their mark on the New York Fashion Week runways.
The handsome Glashütte Sixties Iconic Square is now available in a variety of colours spanning blue, orange, red, green and grey, and features a dial adorned with sunburst or filigree patterns.
#lifestyleasiasg’s Instagram of the Week
Get some Louboutin love at their new store at Scotts Square. It’s true what Christian Louboutin said: A shoe has so much more to offer than just to walk.
(Main photo credit: Vogue/ Alessandro Garofolo/ Indigital.tv; Featured photo credit: Glashütte)