Over the long weekend, the BAZAAR team spent their time indulging their favourite pasttimes: Our editor-in-chief Kenneth took a jaunt to Sydney, while executive editor Charmaine chose to stay in bed on a rainy day to read. Fashion stylist Debby caught an art exhibition at night due to jet lag; three editors (fashion editor Windy, associate news editor Gerald and lifestyle editor Dana) took in the magnificent views of our city in the midst of the SG50 celebrations; and two of us (senior beauty writer Joyce and digital writer Pakkee) spent the weekend celebrating with friends, family and food. A weekend well-spent? We definitely think so.

“Winter light at its best!”—editor-in-chief Kenneth Goh
“Nothing says “stay under the covers” with friends more than a dark, rainy morning. Happiness.”—executive editor Charmaine Ho
“It’s finally hereーthe long, long, long National Day weekend we’ve all been waiting for! I’ve only attended the NDP parade twice: Once when the old National Stadium was still around (actual day, no less!) and the other when the parade moved to the Floating Platform (and where this photo was taken). Even though a small part of me wished I was somewhere else, I’m glad I’m here. Home. Note to self: Time to catch up on some sleep! ?? “—associate fashion news editor Gerald Tan
“Rise and grind. #riseandgrind #marinabaysands #singapore #city #cityscape #cloudporn #sky #skyline”—lifestyle editor Dana Koh
“Afternoon delight in Singapore”—fashion editor Windy Aulia
“What better way to celebrate the golden jubilee with my family than doing what Singaporeans do best: EAT!”—senior beauty writer Joyce Cheo
“Jet-lagged = Art appreciation at midnight. Visual interpretations of short stories shared by Singaporeans at #iseeyouseeme along the Esplanade tunnel.”—fashion stylist Debby Kwong
“Weekends are for hanging out with super friends at Super Loco! Drinks are good, music is amazing and don’t get me started on the wagyu beef tostadas…”—digital writer Pakkee Tan

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