Samsung commemorated the launch of its Galaxy Fold smartphone in Singapore last Thursday at Paragon Singapore with a panel of taste makers and Harper’s BAZAAR Singapore’s Editor-in-Chief Kenneth Goh as the moderator. The evening was filled with conversations on technology and fashion with Nejla Matam-Finn, founder of The Fifth Collection; Sheila Sim, model turned filmmaker and Jamie Wu, TV producer and fashion influencer.
The panelists shared their personal fashion journeys and on how technology played a pivotal role in it. For them, embracing technology seemed like a natural step in their growth process as a creative and as an entrepreneur. Matam-Finn for example, co-founded a technology named Entrupy with her husband and a group of researchers that’s capable of authenticating luxury goods up to 99-percent. Sim, translated her in-depth fashion knowledge and experience in-front of the screen to film making, and Wu capitalised on her huge social media following into a business in fashion. Goh, who has helmed the title of Harper’s BAZAAR Singapore’s Editor-in-Chief, spoke at length about the evolution of media and how technology is an integral part of its future.
For more Samsung Galaxy Fold Live content featuring taste makers, visit their website.