How To Throw An Awesome National Day Party

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How To Throw An Awesome National Day Party

Singapore in Style: A National Day Special by Susannah Jaffer

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This Saturday, we celebrate our nation's 49th birthday! What better time to celebrate all things local and all homegrown makers? (:

We have invited three individuals from different walks of life to select their favourite locally made or designed items, and share with you what this country means to them.

Born in London and Eurasian by ethnicity, Susannah moved to Singapore in 2012, and has been loving her bike rides down East Coast and hawker-style carrot cake since! She is now the fashion and beauty editor at Expat Living magazine, and writes her own fashion diary at A Fashionable Leo. We asked this lady, who has covered and photographed fashion weeks and reported from backstage at international designer catwalk shows, about her top picks from our local makers. Check out her favourite items here!


For the Love of Trees and Tutu Kuehs: A National Day Special by David Solzbacher

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This Saturday, we celebrate our nation's 49th birthday! What better time to celebrate all things local and all homegrown makers? (:

We have invited three individuals from different walks of life to select their favourite locally made or designed items, and share with you what this country means to them.

This is David - a German / French graphic designer who grew up all over Europe and worked in the UK for a few years, before moving to Singapore 8 years ago. He's a Design Director at Elmwood Singapore, and he loves spending his free time doing illustration, ceramics and gardening. We asked this globetrotter what he loves most about Singapore; check out his curation here!


Celebrating Local! A National Day Special by Aun Koh

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This Saturday, we celebrate our nation's 49th birthday! What better time to celebrate all things local and all homegrown makers? (:

We have invited three individuals from different walks of life to select their favourite locally made or designed items, and share with you what this country means to them.

Meet Aun Koh, the face behind Chubby Hubby - one of the world's premier food and travel blogs since 2005. Aun began his career as a journalist and photographer, and now runs a creative lifestyle services group Ate. A seasoned traveller because of his work, Aun shares a little about what he loves about Singapore in the interview below. Hop on over here to check out his top picks.


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