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Art & Design26 June 2019
Objects of Desire: The Montblanc StarWalker Pens

Commemorating the 50th anniversary of man’s first landing on the moon, Montblanc introduces a new collection of writing instruments inspired by space travel.

Gourmet25 June 2019
The Scientific Art of Ageing Whiskies

Scottish Highlands single malt whisky-maker Glenmorangie introduces a new time-distilled alchemy, brewed in an ultra-rare cask.

Entertainment & Culture25 June 2019
Andrea Bocelli’s Most Prized Possession

The singer reflects on a gift he received from Muhammad Ali, a symbol of their long friendship.

Entertainment & Culture25 June 2019
Elizabeth Banks: It’s Getting Harder to Make Money in Hollywood

The director and actress notes there are more opportunities but smaller paychecks.

Entertainment & Culture24 June 2019
8 Podcasts for the Spiritual Searcher

Even as organised religion loses adherents, many continue to seek higher meaning in their lives.

Entertainment & Culture23 June 2019
In Singapore, a Sanctuary for Exotic Wildlife Animals

The wildlife sanctuary here in Singapore may not be a paradise for flora and fauna, but it is driven by a compelling story not one would expect.

Entertainment & Culture21 June 2019
How Will the Movies (As We Know Them) Survive the Next 10 Years?

We are in midst of the biggest shift in the content business in the history of Hollywood. What will it all look like when the dust settles?

Entertainment & Culture20 June 2019
Person to Know: The Ocean Explorer and Environmentalist Who Is Continuing His Family’s Legacy

Philippe Cousteau, the grandson of Jacques Cousteau, talks about ocean conservation and his work with La Mer’s Blue Heart campaign.

Gourmet, Entertainment & Culture / 14 June 2019

The Queen of Eating Shellfish Online

Bethany Gaskin is an American mukbang star. Eating giant crab legs for YouTube has made her a millionaire, she says.

Gourmet20 June 2019
On Weeknights, a Kitchen Party Up in the Sky

Every Wednesday and Thursday at Andaz Hotel’s 25th level, a restaurant opens its kitchen doors for an after-work feast.

Entertainment & Culture18 June 2019
A Brooklyn Drag Show Celebrates Arab Queens

At a new cabaret, queens and L.G.B.T.Q. Arabs can party freely.

Art & Design, Trending18 June 2019
Futura, the Unsung Hero of Modern Streetwear

At 63, the godfather of street art has no intention of putting down his Krylon can. Instead, along with it, he jolts his legendary streetwear label back to life.

T | On Set, Entertainment & Culture16 June 2019
On Set | ‘Waiting Room’ by Jocelyn Bioh

A play created exclusively for T Magazine, read by McKenzie Frye, Michael Oloyede, Angelina Impellizzeri and Juan Castano.

Entertainment & Culture, Wellness12 June 2019
Yoga’s Instagram Provocateur

Raised in bohemia at the Chelsea Hotel, Alex Auder now punctures the wellness world on Instagram. Can you blame her?

Entertainment & Culture / 23 May 2019

A Bookstore Dedicated to Reviving a Reading Culture for Singapore Literature

The new independent Huggs-Epigram Coffee Bookshop, which proffers only local books, is fast becoming a platform for burgeoning Singaporean writers.

Art & Design11 June 2019
Person to Know: An Artist Paying Homage to Harlem Using Found Fabrics in Paintings

Tschabalala Self’s textile works — which will go on view at MoMA PS1 next month — are inspired by people on the streets of Harlem.

Gourmet, Travel10 June 2019
A ’20s Speakeasy-Inspired Airport Bar Serving Whisky to Transiting Travellers

The fourth DFS Whisky Festival returns as a pop-up airport bar serving neat whiskies and live jazz tunes to Changi Airport’s travellers.

Entertainment & Culture6 June 2019
The Age of the Internet ‘Wife Guy’

He’s not just a husband. The wife guy married a woman, and now that is his personality — perhaps even his job.

T | On Set, Art & Design6 June 2019
On Set | Jordan Casteel

The painter discusses a portrait of the artist Faith Ringgold by Alice Neel.

Entertainment & Culture5 June 2019
What if Instagram Got Rid of Likes?

Social networks built on public status markers are now starting to hide them.

Entertainment & Culture / 14 May 2019

Person to Know: The Japanese Theatre Director Calling for a Return to Live Art Form

Tadashi Suzuki, renowned 79-year-old Japanese theatre director, argues that the interplay between the actor and the spectator can be a remedy to digitised dehumanisation.

Gourmet4 June 2019
How to Start Your Own Edible Rooftop Garden

Building a green refuge on your roof, of which you can eat from, isn’t as daunting a pastime as it seems. A self-taught horticulturalist shows how.

Trending, Gourmet31 May 2019
T Suggests: An Ancient Fermented Superfood, Basket Bags as Art Objects and a Playful Sour Cocktail

A cultural compendium of things T editors are excited about in a given month.

Art & Design30 May 2019
The Changing Face of Pet Furniture

Pet furnishings used to stick out like a sore thumb — an aesthetic displeasure that even the boundless love for a pet cannot blind. Well, not anymore.

T | On Set, Entertainment & Culture28 May 2019
On Set | G.E.M.

The 27-year-old singer-songwriter, Gloria Tang, opens up on music, success, life — and sings us an a capella tune.

Travel28 May 2019
Wanderlust: Lloyd’s Inn — Past, Present, Future

From an old budget hotel in Singapore to a renowned boutique brand now opened regionally, Lloyd’s Inn game-changing hotel in Bali tops the experience with brand new signatures and facilities.

Art & Design28 May 2019
In Singapore, “No More Free Space?”

Design that incites delight tends to necessitate spatial expansiveness. The little red dot’s architects and space designers beg to differ.

Entertainment & Culture, T | On Set28 May 2019
On Set | Behind the Scenes with G.E.M.

A behind-the-scenes glimpse into T’s cover shoot in Hong Kong with the Chinese singer-songwriter.

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