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B>G/B>ILLIAN Hung no longer wants to conquer the fashion universe. These days, she dreams of babies, shopping at the local food market and catching up with friends and family over a home-cooked meal.
As a tribute to working women, Malaysian designer Edmund Ser proposes classy and subtle variations for office dressing. Ser will be showing his creations at a secretaries#8217; luncheon on April 23 at the Mandarin Oriental in Kuala Lumpur in conjunction with I>KL Fashion Week 2003/Iorganised by I>The Star/I>.
In spite of global gloom, designers at the Milan Autumn-Winter 2003 shows tried to keep their chin up by focusing on beauty and romance, but the trend with some of the collections looked a lot like decorative armour, reports b>Robin Givhan./b>
What do you get when you gather 90 pyjama-clad women in one big room? A recipe for a roaring good time, as b>Reena Gurbaksh/bdiscovers at the recent launch of The Hour Glass' women's-only club.
Feb 28 marked the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the structure of DNA by Francis Crick and James Watson,who went on to win the Nobel Prize.Unknown to many,it was awoman,Rosalind Franklin,who sparked one of the 20th century #8217;s greatest discoveries.Thislatest,arguably most balanced,biography of Franklin provides a glimpse into that brilliant, tempestuous woman #8217;s life,writes b>See Yee Ai./b>
Visitors to Auckland soaked up the sun, savoured the wines and enjoyed the euphoria of the America's Cup super yacht races last month. New Zealand's City of Sails scored superbly in terms of hospitability and giving the greenhorn a taste of the sea breeze.