OUT NOW: L'Officiel Singapore November 2016 Issue
[caption id="attachment_21449" align="aligncenter" width="1269"] L'Officiel Singapore November 2016[/caption] Who better to front the cover of L’Officiel Singapore than the well-travelled Kim Jones, one of the most influential voices in fashion who is as alluring and compelling as the digital content she produces to a global audience. In this issue, Miss Jones takes to the streets of Paris in her effortlessly stylish way with the iconic Cape Cod timepiece from Hermès. In the same way, we travel vicariously through the fashion spreads shot by the pool of amazing photographers we work with in our Mode section. From the streets of the City of Light and the canals of Venice to the top of Zugspitze (Germany’s highest peak), these stunning locations show that fashion is not only transformative, it is transportive as well. In Style and Living, a duo of silver screen A-listers – Haley Bennett (the star of The Girl on the Train) and two-time Academy Award nominee Jessica Chastain – bring some Hollywood glamour to this season’s most desirable offerings, and tell us more about what they’re up to. Meanwhile, we tell you what’s up and what’s trending with Resort 2017, speak to GucciGhost creator Trouble Andrew and take a close look at Fendi’s magical haute fourrure collection. More is more (or as little as you want it to be), as we show you in our Bijoux section. Supermodel and friend of Bulgari Lily Aldridge talks about her undying love for Italy and her burning desire for emeralds. Plus, we show you why green is the new black, and a clean conscience is the new luxury in our piece on brands that are shaping a more conscious future for the watch and jewellery industry. Ahead of the year-end gifting season, we bring you the beauty world’s holiday collections, and also give you a peek into the most beautiful spas across the globe and the travel kits of beauty experts – all this and more in our Beauty component. The best way to round-up this Travel issue: a story about an invitation-only website that lets creatives stay in a fellow creative’s home when they travel; a report on Amanemu (a luxury resort set within a lush national park in Japan’s Ago Bay area); and an immersive new contemporary art exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore that brings visitors on a cerebral journey as they interact with the intangible.