It’s finally Friday, and we can’t wait to get our weekend started with lots of great music (and festival grub) at tomorrow’s St Jerome’s Laneway Festival, and peruse impressive works of contemporary art at the ongoing Singapore Contemporary. If music and art don’t quite strike your fancy, and you’d rather spend your time lounging at home, The Cheat Sheet has got you covered with some stories worth reading.
This week, find out all about the history of Louis Vuitton‘s monogram, the newly-resurrected Jaguar XKSS, and which restaurants to hold your Chinese New Year reunion dinner at. Don’t forget to make your reservations soon.
Save yourself the trouble of preparing a home-cooked Chinese New Year reunion dinner, and bond with your loved ones over a festive meal at these 7 restaurants instead.
Located along Tanjong Pagar Road, the newly opened The Wall offers a wide range of premium and rare whiskies. We recently stopped by for a midday pick-me-up, which came paired with tasty sumiyaki fare.
Louis Vuitton’s monogram is one of the most recognisable logos in the sartorial world. We take a look into its rich history, and examine its crucial role in shaping the brand’s place in the fashion scene.
First launched in 1957, the Jaguar XKSS has been brought back to life with a 3.4-litre D-Type straight-six engine, and new cast iron blocks and cylinder heads.
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Our favourite Hong Kong heart-throb Louis Koo graced the opening party of Tod’s Marina Bay Sands store yesterday night.
(Featured photo credit: Vogue)