“I want people to come to my page and have conversations about different things.”
“I hope that my will gain more traction, and with more eyeballs on me, I can also direct more attention to the cause that I’m advocating.”
“I want to make what I say count.”
“I would like to quietly make my moves and help as many people as I can.”
“What goes through my mind is if I can envision myself in it, the purpose of the role in the show and the kind of message I want to give to my audience.”
From Lawrence Wong and Jeanette Aw to Yung Raja and Aisyah Aziz, we’re spotlighting 8 of Singapore’s most prominent artistes in our latest issue.
We talk relationships, musical inspiration and so much more.
In this mini series for Mother’s Day, three mums tell all about parenting in isolation. Here, Serene Chiu on her daughter Saffron Sharpe’s independence — and the bond they share.
Two decades on from the pivotal TV role that launched her career, Song Hye Kyo is unstoppable!
Our March 2020 cover star shares personal tips on how you can be tastefully “woke”.
The Japanese comedian and ELLE Singapore’s February 2020 cover star shares how she defies expectations and rose to the top.
“I think that protecting women’s rights is an obvious duty.”
Juggling an acting career, motherhood and having her own clothes label, Hannah Quinlivan is a woman who wears many hats — and dons them well.
A woman of many hats — and how she juggles switching between them all.