Writer LIANG YING spoke to LAURA LEE, the founder and speaker behind Toilet Roll Singapore (Toilet Roll SG). […]
Sustainability is such a buzzword and often deliberately used in a vague way – I’ve seen a lot of fast fashion brands promote their “sustainable” clothing lines which are actually only around 5% recycled cotton, or something similar! I hope that the slow fashion thrift shops stay true to the purpose of promoting genuinely sustainable practices, reducing the amount of clothes that end up in landfill, and being a stable alternative to fast fashion.
“I chose to branch into Augmented Reality technology because I love learning new skills. I really wanted to do more digital, and AR is a really fun way to do it!”
At a Starbucks in the centre of town, I met Tay Zoen, the founder of Zyu Skincare. We […]
“If it is a heartbreak song, we got to make sure the audience feel the emotions during a heartbreak and, like, maybe think about their ex?”
I would associate the main feature and goal of my store to deliver the notion that thrifted and second-hand clothing can look great too. I constantly put in the effort to curate clothing that I believe that my buyers would enjoy.
“Legacy was about making locals love a festival with their own local heroes on the same lineup as the international superstars, with that music connecting us with everyone else in the world.”
One thing that has pushed me to create is knowing that I’m able to inspire others to pick up their camera and start taking pictures, either if it is for the very first time, or if it has been months.
“Have you searched up the definition of ‘creativity’ on Google?”
I nodded. Sure, I had done so.
“Athletics has always been my passion since young. I truly enjoy training, competing and pushing my body to the limit and I always had the goal of being the fastest man in Singapore.”
We interview Timothee Yap – known for his work in athletics, acting and soon-to-come: law – and find out about what it means to be driven to the max.