“Slightly over a year ago, little was known about Daniel Lee, when he was appointed Bottega Veneta’s creative director. Now, a sleek, embellished ensemble from his Fall/Winter 2019 collection (also his first full-scale runway debut) finds its way on L’Officiel Singapore’s cover, on rising Thai actress and style star Kanyawee Songmuang aka Thanaerng (@thanerngnin, 2.3M followers),” says Editor-in-Chief, Ian Lee.
The starlet, shot exclusively in Bangkok in some of Fall’s hottest looks from Saint Laurent, Dior, Louis Vuitton and Bottega Veneta, sat down with us to speak about her breakout role on Hormones and her style must-haves.
There are plenty more “New Guards” where that came from: Palm Angels founder, Francesco Ragazzi, talked us through his second collaboration project with Moncler. Speaking of multi-talented creatives, Mixed Bag features six contemporary artists who collaborated with Louis Vuitton, putting their own distinct spins on the erstwhile classic Capucines bag.
This being the New Guards issue, the spotlight is also shared by the latest breed of promising fashion designers, musicians and photographers in Style features such as Portrait of the New Artist and Ones to Watch. Delve into the stories of these up-and-coming creatives, who are changing the landscape of their fields one step at a time.
Beauty story New Faces, meanwhile, reveals makeup artists who are breaking the monotony of contoured cheeks and luscious lashes, with captivating looks that inspired celebrities such as Ezra Miller, Brooke Candy and Dua Lipa - who all want in on these bold looks that push the boundaries of conventional beauty.
"The September issue of L'Officiel Singapore goes big, literally. But before that, whet your style appetite with the New Guards issue, which sees L'Officiel Singapore being one of the first magazines to present Bottega Veneta's Fall/Winter 2019 collection extensively. Fall's best fashions are also just at home in this issue's stunning spreads, which have been shot against breathtaking backdrops in Milan, London and Bangkok." says Olivier Burlot, CEO and Publisher of Heart Media.