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Move over Candace Bushnell. English writer Plum Sykes's novel is not just about girls screaming about shoes but heiresses whose sole purpose in life is to nab Potential Husbands. CLARA CHOW does a plum job.
TAN LEE KUEN overcomes her fear of reptiles to find out what ails iguanas.
A recent article in I>Newsweek/Imagazine haughtily trumpeted that 'for the truly status-conscious, it's not where you go that matters; it's where you stay.' By that token, the destination hotel in Borneo - with all due credit to the island's attraction and mystique - must surely be the luxurious Shangri-La Tanjung Aru Resort (STAR) in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
This season Yves Saint Laurent brings the exoticism of island flowers and rare birds of paradise to you in the form of make-up.
Petals for the national flower, the hibiscus, were cut out of old red plastic bags, while recycled Johnson's Kids bottles were turned into a row of Malaysians standing shoulder-to-shoulder in harmony.