Introducing The Newly Revamped Harper’s BAZAAR Singapore

We celebrate 19 beautiful years with a brand new look

Introducing The Newly Revamped Harper's BAZAAR Singapore!

Harper’s BAZAAR Singapore August 2020 issue

What better way to celebrate 19 beautiful years than with a makeover? After months of brainstorming, Zoom meetings and hard work, we are proud to unveil a brand new look with our August 2020 issue. For starters, the revamped issue features international model Jasmine Tookes (@jastookes), whose positive disposition, confidence and strength epitomises the Harper’s BAZAAR cover star.

Exuding a dynamic and contemporary vibe, Harper’s BAZAAR Singapore now boasts cool font play and bold graphic elements. The magazine also offers brand new sections and a refreshed update of regular sections. From an expanded Style section highlighting the key trends of the season and shopping pages offering curated solutions for the time-strapped, style conscious woman; to tips and tricks for women at every stage of their lives via Fabulous at Every Age; new pages on the Must-Have watches and latest jewellery trends in Hit-List for the bijoux-loving woman, and a new health and well-being segment under our Beauty section—we’ve got the discerning, fashion-minded women covered.

Introducing The Newly Revamped Harper's BAZAAR Singapore

Other highlights include a new monthly regular, BAZAAR Man—a curation of fashion and lifestyle tailored to the man in your life—that will be fronted by a celebrity every month. A Fashionable Life offers a glimpse into the lives and homes of personalities and celebrities; while Talking Points features a diverse array of art, food, travel and culture offerings. As Editor-in-Chief Kenneth Goh puts it: “We packed the magazine with lots more offerings to truly give you a complete and holistic look into the fashionable life of a BAZAAR woman.”

Introducing The Newly Revamped Harper's BAZAAR Singapore

In a special Only the Brave feature, we cast the spotlight on courageous Singapore women who are making a change on the humanitarian front, including satirical YouTuber Preeti Nair (popularly known as Preetipls), whose crowdfunding campaign raised close to $350,000 for migrant workers; Amanda Chong, a lawyer and co-founder of ReadAble, a non-profit organisation that runs weekly English literacy classes for children and migrant women in low-income neighbourhoods; and more.

BAZAAR x PopsocketsIn celebration of our fresh new look, we’ve collaborated with PopSockets to design three exclusive #bazaarxpopsockets PopGrips, available at leading bookstores and newsstands with any purchase of the August 2020 issue. Grab your copy now!

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