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3 Designer Body Creams For The Woman You Love



With Mother’s Day just around the corner, fret not if you’re looking for a last minute gift for Mummy Dearest because we’ve got you covered with a trio of luxurious body creams that we know she’ll love. Sure, body creams are a dime a dozen these days, and you can get them from most anywhere at any budget, but if there’s one thing we know about Mums, she wouldn’t mind something from a designer house as well, just to make the gift all the more special.

First up, we’ve got Dior’s J’adore Beautifying Body Creme, whose jar spots almost the same shape as the fragrance itself. Expect a floral scent with moisturising elements like cotton nectar and pansy flower extract within for that extra luxurious experience. Next, there’s the body cream from Hermès that’s perfumed with Eau des Merveilles, a woody amber scent that’s anything but flowery, housed in frosted glass jar topped with a stamped logo tin lid.

Rounding up the trio is Chanel’s Les Exclusifs De Chanel Fresh Body Cream, which is our favourite of the lot (and also most expensive). Why? The light and airy cream absorbs quickly, leaving your skin supple through the day. Laced with the most minute of floral elements, it is also a body cream that you can use on its own or layered with spritzes from your favourite Les Exclusifs perfume collection.

All rich, all luxurious and all guaranteed to make Mum happy come Sunday.

Dior J’adore Beautifying Body Creme, SGD98 for 200 ml,  available at all Dior Beauty counters
Hermès Eau des Merveilles, SGD102 for 200 ml, available at Hermès boutiques
Chanel Les Exclusifs De Chanel Fresh Body Cream,  SGD182 for 150 g, available only at Chanel Beauty boutiques

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Jimmy Choo Arrow Suede Cross Body Bag with Punk Studs $1,495 and Tina 65 Gold Metallic Nappa Sandals with Silver Studs $995
Jimmy Choo Arrow Suede Cross Body Bag with Punk Studs $1,495 and Tina 65 Gold Metallic Nappa Sandals with Silver Studs $995
Get ready to turn up the glam factor with Jimmy Choo’s pre-fall 2017 collection.

Luxury shoe and accessories brand Jimmy Choo gets laid-back with its pre-fall 2017 campaign. Photographed by Theo Wenner, model Steffy Argelich lounges in a setting full of sunlight and wood flooring. The advertisements were made with creative direction by Trey Laird and styling by Sarah Richardson. Choo focused on fringe embellishments, studs as well as metallic materials for the transitional season. Discover more from Jimmy Choo’s pre-fall campaign below!


Jimmy Choo Kamron 100 Vintage Rose Suede Round Toe Pumps with Dégradé Crystal Stars $1,495
Jimmy Choo Kamron 100 Vintage Rose Suede Round Toe Pumps with Dégradé Crystal Stars $1,495
Step out in a sexy suede pump with crystal embellished fronts and wrap around ankle ties.
Jimmy Choo Hustle 100 Black Suede Mules with Pink Galaxy Star Print and Studs $1,275
Jimmy Choo Hustle 100 Black Suede Mules with Pink Galaxy Star Print and Studs $1,275
Channel a 1970’s bohemian vibe with a black suede mule featuring a block heel.
Jimmy Choo Hartley 65 Shaded Python Round Toe Booties with Studs
Jimmy Choo Hartley 65 Shaded Python Round Toe Booties with Studs $1,995
Go bold with a python and shiny leather bootie featuring rock and roll inspired studs.
Jimmy Choo Lockett Petite Spazzolato Shoulder Bag with Tassel Shoulder Strap $1,695. Globe Flat Nappa Flats with Punk Studs $795.
Jimmy Choo Lockett Petite Spazzolato Shoulder Bag with Tassel Shoulder Strap $1,695. Globe Flat Nappa Flats with Punk Studs $795.
Luxury brand Jimmy Choo brings on the embellishments with its pre-fall 2017 collection.
Jimmy Choo Gigi Flat Tea Rose Mirror Leather Sandals with Beads $995
Jimmy Choo Gigi Flat Tea Rose Mirror Leather Sandals with Beads $995
Inspired by the armor of ancient Romans, this flat sandal has some serious attitude.
Steffy Argelich stars in Jimmy Choo's pre-fall 2017 campaign
Steffy Argelich stars in Jimmy Choo’s pre-fall 2017 campaign

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Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons Masters Collection

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Take 5 paintings by the Old Masters, artist Jeff Koons and French luxury Louis Vuitton, blend them all on an artist’s palette and you’ll quite literally get the Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons Masters collection that launches in Singapore on 28 April 2017. Having had a preview of this collection whilst on my recent trip to Kuala Lumpur for Louis Vuitton, I’ll be honest and just say this. Unlike LV’s upcoming #LVxFragment and #LVxSupreme collections that are as straightforward as it gets, the #LVxKoons collaboration will have you firmly positioned on either side of the proverbial fence.

Using re-creations from his Gazing Ball series of works, the re-created masterpieces featuring the likes of da Vinci, Titian, Rubens, Fragonard and Van Gogh have been imported onto a vast selection of bags, small leather goods and accessories like key rings and scarves. All the pieces have been given additional flourish by way of Vuitton’s house monograms, the LV logo, as well as Jeff Koons’ graphic signature on the right bottom hand corner of each piece.


From Neverfull bags to the Keepall, there’s even the Palm Springs backpack and the Montaigne (prices to come in another update soon) adorned with selected masterpieces, and depending on which painting/shape of bag/colour combination you love the most, there’s definitely something for everyone if you’re on that side of the fence to begin with.

In other words, I won’t. But what about you?


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For those of you keen to get yourself a piece from the Masters collection, here are the prices in Singapore dollars. For starters, the Neverfull MM is priced at SGD4300, while the Speedy30 will retail for SGD3750. The Montaigne MM will go for SGD5500, which also happens to be the same price as the Keepall50. Last but not least (as far as the bags are concerned anyway) is the Palm Springs Backpack, that will sell for SGD4300.

Now for the SLGs. The clutch (Rubens, show above) will sell for SGD2010, whilst the wallet on chain (featuring Mona Lisa) retails for SGD2420, which also happens to be the price of the Zippy Wallet that will come in all 5 designs.

There’s a bag charm (you know, the Koons rabbit one) that sells for SGD800 which is also the lowest priced item in the whole collection. Lastly, we have the silks, the silk square will sell for SGD995 while the light shawl is priced at SGD2000.

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The Hysek Colossal Grande will make you rethink how complex watch complications can be

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One of the most complex vertical linear displays ever constructed, the watch boasts of 1080 components and took three years to develop. The movement of the watch is dubbed the HW80 caliber and takes 240 hours to assemble. The tourbillon beats at a fast rate of 4Hz and it has a balance wheel made out of titanium and a balance spring made out of a special alloy called PE4000. Only available in 18k rose gold, the Hysek Colossal Grande Complication measures 44mm wide, 57mm lug to lug, and is 18mm thick. Instead of a circular display using flat gears, the Colossal features roller-based numeric linear displays that use vertical gears, and unlike other watches of similar kind, it displays time in the 24-hour format.

Underneath the time display, there’s a large three-dimensional moon that also serves as the moon phase indicator. To the left of the moon phase indicator is a dual-timezone indicator, and to the right is the leap year indicator for the linear perpetual calendar below at 6 o’clock. A power reserve indicator can be read off the smaller sapphire window on the right side of the case. The Hysek Colossal Grande Complication is limited to just 8 pieces, and although the price has not been revealed yet, but the manufacturer confirms that it will be under $700,000.

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