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The Swiss maison unveils new timepieces in its Reine de Naples, Marine and Tradition collections that are poised to impress with their contemporary aesthetic and technical prowess
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EHL Campus (Singapore)

Headquartered in Switzerland, this school offers students the know-how for confidently taking on an uncertain future in the hotel, restaurant and travel businesses
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Lakshitaa Khanna
August 13, 2021

As bottled water companies continue to remove beneficial, naturally present minerals and nutrients through “purifying” processes, Lakshitaa Khanna has made it her business to learn everything she can about water’s varying flavours, textures and other properties, which are surprisingly complex. She talks to us about how she ended up in this unconventional profession and the importance of going back to the source
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Louis Vuitton, Virgil Abloh x Nigo

The streetwear gods join forces to redefine the essential constituents of a top-tier menswear collaboration in 2021. Spoiler: it involves ducks, sleek tailoring and twisting the lexicons of so-called masculinity
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Kastoori Barua
July 28, 2021

As the global skincare market for women experiences a boom, India’s growing purchasing power is seeing astronomical valuations being forecast for the domestic market as well, which includes the retail of international luxury brands. In line with the plugged-in, informed consumer’s discerning shopping strategies, Canada-based beauty aficionado Kastoori Barua offers a comprehensive guide to decoding the price-points of higher-end products
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From Melbourne to Mumbai, dive into a young beauty enthusiast’s journey of forging Harkoi – a modern, pandemic-bred clean beauty brand that seeks to normalise catering to darker complexions
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Shantanu Pandit
July 15, 2021

Melancholic and melodic, Shantanu Pandit’s new music is the perfect antidote to these fraught times. Marked with advanced maturity folded over a keen sense of awareness and authenticity – it has the potential to cut across age groups, from adolescents through to those in their mid-thirties. But within them, the prime takers for his debut album Milk Teeth may just be the adamant romantics seeking comfort in a past innocence after “adulting” and looking to view the world anew, much like Pandit
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