Sharing these events happening this weekend
1. Saturday, 16 November 2013 – Percentile @ Scape Ground Theatre
Brands to look out for – Hansel. By Central Saint Martins graduate, Jo Soh’s quirky label is arguably Singapore’s most successful local female womenswear designer. Look forward to unique prints, packed with personality, on work-appropriate separates and dresses. Sue Comma Bonnie. BEAUTIFUL shoes!!! Need I say more? Well, if you are curious, they are the Korean equivalent of Jimmy Choo. Worn by all the Korean celebrities and starlets. Iconic for their hot pink soles. Mae Pang. A personal favourite, please visit the booth only AFTER I’ve raided it, thanks.
There are also brands for the boys – sifr and Drifters. And I believe Konzepp will have some cool accessories like watch straps, wallets and notebooks for guys to geek out over. But no guarantee what products they’ll be bringing down on Saturday.
2. Sunday, 17 November 2013 – Zouk Flea’n’Easy.
Zouk Fleas are always a wildcard, but you can bargain, people-watch, see the interior of Zouk when you aren’t so intoxicated. Hey, whatever floats your boat! Have managed to score some pretty neat finds in the past. Worth a shot if you have an hour or three to kill.
Advice: For Saturday and Sunday, wear comfy clothes tt would allow you to try stuff on with ease and BRING CASH.
3. Sunday, 17 November 2013 – Longines Singapore Gold Cup 2013
The crown jewel event of local turf, Longines Singapore Gold Cup, will return for the fourth year on Sunday, November 17 at the Singapore Racecourse. With a prize-money of S$1.35 million, the Longines Singapore Gold Cup is one of the most anticipated and prestigious races in the region. Guest-of-Honour Mr. S.R Nathan, former Singapore President, will grace the charity luncheon organized in conjunction with the event, to raise funds for Grace Orchard School, a social service programme under the care of Community Chest. Tickets start from $6 for the Lower Grandstand.
For more information, please visit http://www.goldcup.sg
Never been to a horse race before, but I half-hope it does and doesn’t look something like this.
On one hand, it’d be an amazing set to walk onto. On the flip side, I’d have nothing to wear.