Feature

Home / Feature
Trailblazers In Nascent Professions
19 November

In line with Female Entrepreneurship Day on 19 November, Doyenne.sg speaks with a programmer, an e-commerce CEO and ultra-marathon runner for tips to stay ahead of the curve.

Read More
Technicolour in the Tropics
11 November

Instead of turning the temperature of our air-conditioners down low and dreaming of a white Christmas, let’s embrace the heat of the tropics with OliveAnkara’s vibrant African-inspired garments and eclectic accessories from The WYLD Shop.

Read More
Poems by Amanda Chong
8 November

She’s past her days of being called xiao mei.
Kopi uncles no longer clink their spoons,
clamouring to make her afternoon teh.
For years, she batted away suitors’ swoons,
now she barely remembers how to flirt.
Her breasts are descending further than
the hemline of her G2000 skirt.

Read More
An Excerpt from Ponti
5 November

Writing about the new Asian woman, Sharlene Teo, justly lauded as a scene-changer in Singapore for her first novel, Ponti, addresses the different worlds we live in at the Singapore Writers Festival 2018. Here is an excerpt from her award-winning book.

Read More
Poetic Excerpts from Singapore
5 November

Poetry moves with rhyme and rhythm. Here are excerpts from a featured poet at the Singapore Writers Festival 2018.

Read More
Jay Chou’s Jukebox Musical
15 September

Jay Chou is the face of Mandopop music. Marrying the best of Broadway entertainment with an American, High School Musical touch to a sappy love story, The Secret Musical descended into Singapore with aplomb earlier in April 2018.

Read More
Quick Fire Questions with The Podium Lounge’s Robbie Hoyes-Cock
2 September

Formula 1 parties are all about incredible music, fashion, celebrities and partying harder than the rest of the year! Doyenne.sg speaks with the maverick behind Podium Lounge to find out more.

Read More
Lunch with Marc Nicholson
6 August

Leonie’s lunch crowd is buzzing. Nestled within 1880, a private members’ club along picturesque Robertson Quay, the Timothy Oulton designed bistro is a haven for game changers, tastemakers and collaborators.

Read More
Conversations with Shinta
26 July

Besides managing and expanding 17 subsidiaries across diverse industries like property, energy, industrial and consumer products, Shinta is the current Vice Chairwoman of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN Indonesia) and Employers’ Association of Indonesia (APINDO).

Read More
Sustainability Matters in the Textile Industry
18 July

MATTER is determined not to be one of them. It has never seen itself as a fashion brand, touting collection after collection, season after season. In fact, MATTER deliberately works on a relatively slow, six-month design-to-product cycle, creating clothes in classic styles meant to withstand the fickle whims of fashion trends and excessive consumption.

Read More