1. Feed your fashion cravings at the Design Film Festival
The Design Film Festival is back, and its sixth edition is more intriguing than ever. Its line up of artistic documentaries such as “Crazy about Tiffany’s”, “The First Monday in May” and “Yohji Yamamoto” are sure to attract and impress the fashion pack, while “The Happy Film” is sure to pull some heartstrings.
2. Mosaic Music Weekend
From tunes that resemble the soothing sounds of a seaside escapade, to the electrifying rhythms of a Korean rock band, be swayed by what Mosaic Music Weekend has to offer by the waterfront.
3. Get lit at Gardens by the Bay’s mid autumn festival
From 3 to 18 September, watch Gardens by the Bay come to life at night with handcrafted lanterns narrating stories of the moon, and kaleidoscopic performances hosted by National Arts Council. Don’t forget to indulge in their local treats!
4. Go MAAD about late night shopping
Surround yourself with good, creative company at MAAD, marketing of artists and designers for an evening filled with artisanal creations, artistic activities like a portrait drawing session, and handmade gourmet treats. The shopping pop-up will also play host to live performances by homegrown musicians till late.
5. Do meaningful deeds at Fairground Flea Market
Make your Sunday meaningfully at the Fairground Flea Market, which aims to raise awareness for the less privileged living in Singapore. Packed with activities from a light saber making workshop to experiencing virtual reality using Samsung VR Googles—pass your bliss on.
By Desiree Liew and Dana Koh