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Weekout (Oct 10): Cartier, Veuve Clicquot , Kids21, Breast Cancer Foundation, Resorts World Sentosa, Virgin Active

Jasmine Alimin
Jasmine Alimin10/4/2022 11:26 AM GMT+08  • 6 min read
Weekout (Oct 10): Cartier, Veuve Clicquot , Kids21, Breast Cancer Foundation, Resorts World Sentosa, Virgin Active
Luxury brand Cartier will hold a pop-up at Bayfront Pavilion, Gardens by the Bay, from Oct 16 to 30
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Wild about La Panthère

Luxury brand Cartier will hold a pop-up at Bayfront Pavilion, Gardens by the Bay, from Oct 16 to 30 to showcase the emblematic La Panthère. Open to the public, Into The Wild Experience documents the evolution of La Panthère, from when it was first designed as a luxury timepiece in 1914 to its current adaptations as fine jewellery and leather goods. Admission is free. Appointment bookings are required to view this transversal collection at intothewild.cartier.sg.

Fashion sustainability showcase

As part of Singapore Design Week 2022, designer label Kids21 and DesignSingapore Council have tapped four talented local designers to showcase the importance of sustainability, particularly in consumer fashion.

NextofKin Creatives, Upstrs_ x Closet Children x Irvin Paul Pereira, Studio Dam, and ASOLIDPLAN have each created an art piece by upcycling past-season Kids21 merchandise. The thought-provoking installations - Kids 21 has collectively named ReNEW - are now displayed at Kids21’s flagship boutique in Como Dempsey till the end of October.

See also: Weekout (Nov 21): Singapore Zoo, Sushi Ichizuke, Brian Cox, Pisco Nights

The open brief of ReNEW gave the creatives free rein to interpret the delicate issues of sustainability in the context of fast fashion and increase awareness of the complex balance between fashion, consumerism, politics, social archetypes and the reuse of limited resources.

For instance, Familiarity in the Liminal is a vivid light installation that suspends Kids21 clothes from lighting rods to resemble laundry hanging from bamboo poles in HDBs. The piece evokes the experience of walking past the void decks under the laundry, celebrating what its designers ASOLIDPLAN describe as the “agility and diversity of our community, and a reminder of our multi-grained community fabric and spotlights our inclusive society.”

See also: Christmas spark at Orchard Road

Think pink
Breast Cancer Foundation

With Breast Cancer Awareness Month in full swing, the Breast Cancer Foundation is keeping extremely busy with a month-long calendar of community events to remind women the importance of mammograms for early detection.

To celebrate BCF’s25th anniversary, 25 locations around Singapore will be lit in pink from Oct 14 to Nov 13. They include Fullerton Hotel, ION Orchard, Science Centre, The Merlion and various bridges along the Singapore River.

There will also be a Pink Ribbon Walk where participants can either take part if the physical challenge on Oct 30, or sign up for a virtual event between Oct 30 and Nov 15.

Over at Ion Orchard B4 atrium, BCF teams up with Our Bralette Club to hold a BrArt Exhibition aimed at raising awareness about breast cancer through fashion, art & design. On display will be bra designs by the Top 10 finalists of the BrArt Competition, who draw inspiration from ‘the story of pink’ associated with breast cancer awareness. There will also be pieces designed by renowned designers Frederick Lee, Mette Hartman, Lai Chan and Sylvia Lim. Now on till Oct 31, admission to the event is free.

Visit http://bcf.org.sg or http://linkt.ree/breastcancerawarenessmonthsg for more information.

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250 years of bubbly
Veuve Cliquot

Celebrating 250 dazzling years of Solaire culture, Veuve Clicquot invites the public to the "Veuve Clicquot Icons Pop-Up" in Ion Orchard from Oct 16 to 24 to discover its award-winning bottle design first conceived by Madame Clicquot.

Based on the House’s belief that highly functional packaging can be transformed into unique, desirable objects as an integral part of art de Vivre, these new products pay tribute to the House’s love for beautiful and functional objects, re-edited with sustainability in mind.

The “Icons” will feature a collection of for-sale symbolic objects — such a SMEG refrigerator and Clicquot Arrow fit to house a bottle of Veuve Clicquot— using the hallmark design of the champagne bottle. As part of the week-long activities, shoppers are invited personalise their own one-of-a-kind Clicquot Arrow tin as a keepsake, while shopping other limited-edition pieces from the collection. More than an anniversary, the pop-up is an ode to joy and optimism expressing one of Clicquot’s convictions that each new day opens new paths to build a brighter future.

The two Icons available exclusively at the pop-up in Singapore are The Clicquot Fridge in the Yellow Label (S$79.90) and Rosé (S$90.90), a peppy chill box that cools the bubbly Veuve Clicquot as well as The Clicquot Arrow (S$84.90).

Monsters & Manifestations
Resorts World Sentosa

Halloween Horror Nights is back at Universal Studios Singapore for its 10th edition, with frightfully new experiences, now on till Nov 5. Visitors can explore three haunted houses, two scare zones inspired by the 12 Dark Zodiacs and Pontianak, a laser-tag challenge, macabre dining and a Monsters and Manifestations experience, where they can witness the magic behind various technical and sensorial effects.

Regular tickets start from $68 per guest, and a bundle for four starts from $338 inclusive of a Halloween Horror Nights set meal. For an even more exclusive experience, sign up for the R.I.P. Tour ($288 per person), which includes Halloween Horror Nights Express Unlimited for haunted houses and rides, Die-ning with the Dead and Monsters and Manifestations.

For ticketing and event information, visit www.rwsentosa.com/hhn.

Holistic wellness getaway
Sofitel Singapore City Centre

Enjoy some respite from the stresses of everyday life and focus on your mental and physical well-being with a three-day, two-night BreakAway wellness staycation ($800++ for two adults) at Sofitel Singapore City Centre.

Brought to you by Virgin Active, the curated programme held from Oct 14 to 16 will include a selection of wellness activities such as a Dynamic Flow Yoga class, Bootcamp Circuit, Sound Bath Therapy and Sleep Meditation sessions.

Recharge after a workout session in the comfort of Sofitel’s luxurious amenities and facilities, including an infinity pool, exceptionally crafted Sofitel MyBeds, and L’Occitane Verbena Body Salt Scrub. All who book this package will also enjoy a complimentary three-day pass to Virgin Active to experience its array of workouts and excellent Relax and Recovery facilities.

The full-board retreat will also include complimentary food and drinks such as daily breakfasts at Racines and local Chinese delights for lunch and dinner. On your first night, you will enjoy an elegant evening of dinner and drinks at 1864.

To book, visit bit.ly/breakaway-wellness-retreat or email [email protected]

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