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Korean actor Lee Dong Wook is every bit the dreamboat you see on the screen.
Step into the imaginary dream house of Ezequiel Pini, the digital artist behind Barcelona-based design studio, Six N. Five.
In Singapore, the 21st-century’s obsession with materialistic wealth and modern-day creations take form in paper effigies that are made to be burned for the deceased.
Gems birthed in laboratories can be as exceptional as those mined from the earth. In a collaboration with Diamond Foundry and Dover Street Market, six fine jewellers make a case for the ethical alternative.
Carl Auböck brass paperweight
State Property ‘Allegory Major Noir’ bracelet
House of Hackney porcelain bookends
Dinosaur Designs boulder marbled-resin pepper mill
Jaeger-LeCoultre ‘Rue de La Paix’ street lamp clock circa 1960s
Matilda Goad ‘Rainbow Spectrum’ small lacquered tray
The vibrant encrusted surfaces of the artist Brian Rochefort’s ceramic vessels evoke Technicolor eruptions.
Aaron Aujla and Ben Bloomstein of Green River Project draw on their backgrounds as artists to create conceptual handcrafted furniture.
As men from all over the world start viewing jewellery as part of the outfit, tastes in design and materials seem to be merging as well — further blurring the lines between men’s and women’s choices.
After spending almost a century perpetuating the exploration legacy of its founder, Rolex has launched a campaign titled Perpetual Planet.
For their two-year-old fashion brand, Emma Chopova and Laura Lowena transform dead-stock textiles into intricately handcrafted skirts and dresses.
T: The New York Times Style Magazine Singapore’s best videos: digital house tours from around the world, behind-the-scenes looks of cover shoots and more.
Gourmet / 08 Aug 2019
Matching wine and food that complements each other is simpler than it sounds — a wine connoisseur tells.
In a world that thrives on the concept of instant gratification, what then happens to patience and time-honoured practices?
The artist makes liberal use of glitter while creating a new work in under an hour using a few select items.
Since taking over the helm at Celine, Hedi Slimane has overwritten the French maison’s pre-established codes — the latest of which, sees the designer overhauling its boutiques.
What happens just before show time at Cirque du Soleil's touring show Kurios.
A timepiece that looks like it’s scooped right out of a candy jar, unwrapping to reveal a new vision of watchmaking.
/ 06 Aug 2019
Hermès dreamt up a day with no end, where everything felt like a dream — except that our eyes were wide open, and our minds, alert.
One step at a time, urban environmentalist Emily Lam-Ho walks us through reducing our carbon footprint — in Roger Vivier no less.
Why foam, derided in the last decade by chefs and diners alike, is ascendant once more.
The artist and collector invite T into their country home in Salisbury, Connecticut.
At three-year-old New York-based label Deveaux, creative director Tommy Ton approaches luxury through a decidedly discreet lens.
What really puts the “super” in the context is the seamless marriage of functionality typical of an SUV with Lamborghini’s soul of a super sports car.
Entertainment & Culture / 22 Jul 2019
Pornography has a new look: It’s cinematic, diverse and directed by visionary women.
In coats that arrive rendered in seasonal hues, Singaporean actor Joel Choo makes a bold statement for the autumnal wardrobe.
Tiffany & Co’s latest offerings put its weight on “Modern Love”, expressed through real-life love stories.
The intermingling of men and robotic technology in the artistic realm paves the path ahead for the future of art.
A look inside T Singapore’s cover shoot in Seoul with the Korean actor.
A cultural compendium of things T editors are excited about in a given month.
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