“The issue’s worthy women warriors also take the form of Berlin-based DJ and producer Peggy Guo, artist and Gucci-collaborator Coco Capitán, Bvlgari’s creative director Lucia Silvestri, and Donatella Versace – all of whom have flown the flag high for trend-bucking, and braved their various fields of music, art, jewellery and fashion,” says Managing Editor Ian Lee.
A Warrior-themed issue just would not be complete without the fiercest, most directional Fall/Winter 2018 fashion – and the issue gets just that with exclusive spreads and reportage featuring Givenchy’s ’80s Berlin club-inspired set, Prada’s luminous Linea Rossa collection, and Moncler’s edgy collaboration with Palm Angels (modelled by none other than L’Officiel Singapore’s famous It-girl friends like Mae Tan and former cover girl, Taiwan’s Kiwi Lee-Han).
“This year, more than ever, L’Officiel Singapore is shining our light on the hottest, brightest Asian talent – and truly living up to our name as Asia’s most provocative fashion magazine." — Olivier Burlot, CEO and Publisher of Heart Media
"We’ve had cover girls Kiwi Lee-Han, Holly Lee Ho-Jung, Ni Ni – and now, we’re happy to have the multi-talented Kim Jin-Kyung as a L’Officiel Singapore girl," adds Burlot. "Beyond the Moncler Palm Angels creative seen in the issue, stay tuned to lofficielsingapore.com for exciting digital collaborations with Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Net-A-Porter and more."