It’s finally here – our special 120-page luxury lifestyle women’s magazine, The Edit. Inside, we have curated some of the best and finest products, as well as experiences, for the discerning corporate woman. Covering a wide range of topics from fashion, culture, food and technology to travel, The Edit features news, style tips and interviews with some of the most influential and stylish people around. Here’s a snippet of what's in store…
In “Centenary of Excellence”, we talk about how Cartier’s Tank celebrates 100 years of enduring style and high-quality watchmaking. Speaking of watches, we also tell you how to build a fashion look around investment-worthy timepieces by anchoring them to statement yet versatile pieces in “The Sum of Style”.
Those who relish long reads would most definitely enjoy Lee Su Kim’s book Manek Mischiefs, which captures the nostalgic and heart-warming tales of the Peranakan, or our profile story on Dianna Lee, the second daughter of Malaysian business tycoon Tan Sri Lee Kim Yew who became one of the country’s youngest group CEO at 25 after being appointed to head Country Heights Holding Bhd (CHHB).
Not to mention, we also pay tribute to high-flying women whose careers have made a significant impact in our lives. International jet-setters Debbie Wild of Jo Malone and Bulgari’s Lucia Silvestri tell us what it’s like to work hard and travel harder. On the cultural front, we speak to seven high-calibre women – Scarlette Lee, Lim Wei-Ling, Datin Nariza Hashim Petra, Shireen Naziree, Suryani Senja Alias, Beverly Yong and Rachel Ng – who have left an indelible mark on the local art scene.
Last but not least, we have just the stories to inspire your year-end holidays: Managing director of Estée Lauder Paul Slavin has whipped up a list of what to see, eat and do in the beautiful island of Bali; while hotelier Carla Petzold-Beck gives us a snippet of work and life in Marrakech, Morocco.
“But, what about all the upcoming X’mas and New Year’s Eve parties?” We hear you. Which is why we’ve compiled a list of talents and timesavers – from event designers, bakers and makeup artists – to help you plan a party or just to make sure your red lipstick survive your first glass of champagne.
All these, and more, in The Edit. Get it now.