After honing her craft from YouTube, Singapore’s burlesque star is conquering the world stage— one tantalising stocking at a time.
at Downtown Las
Two years ago, I ﬂew to Lebanon to perform up in the mountains of Beirut at a Great Gatsby party for New Year’s Eve. I’ve done some crazy things, but that was a whole new world of surreal—from the ﬁreworks, to the shimmer of gold-encrusted wallpaper, reﬂecting on a layer of icy snow that blanketed every roof in sight...That, and visiting Las Vegas to perform at the Burlesque Hall of Fame last year.
Channelling wintage vibes at the Singapore Yacht Show
Living it up in
I’m in a different country every week, due to a mixture of international performances and photoshoots (I’ve soon-to-be-announced news of a huge project in Hollywood that I can’t wait to share). I often joke when people ask me where I'm based that it's on a plane!
Allure Ink in
My style in general is rather eclectic so it tends to be diff erent every day, never mind every holiday! I like to experiment, break rules and draw from vintage fashion. This season, I’ll be carrying on my love of ’70s prints, which I adore teaming with faux fur coats and trims. My all travel essential is an oversized army jacket with feminine detailing: No more excuses for not looking stylish on a plane, as this ticks those comfort boxes too.
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FIRST ON THE ITINERARY
It sounds brutal but a deep tissue massage releases all the built up tension, and sets me up to relax.
Going a little
Haircare is a must—I always pack my Hask keratin oils. Next are red lipsticks, in matte for high humidity climates and soft creams for cooler climes, and sunglasses—you can leave your whole makeup bag up a mountain as long as you have these. Finally, Sephora face masks and Dior’s Body Svelte for skincare.
Cheesecake. Whenever I travel, the cake monster in me embarks on a mission to ﬁnd the best cake in the land. That, and I probably shop far too much.