New year, new you? We’ve heard that many times before, so we’re here to help to make sure that you stick to your sartorial resolutions. We’ve shortlisted a few places and brands that we swear by for our top-to-toe guide on remaining stylish.
Loving Eric’s military inspired cut #SalonKream ⠀⠀⠀⠀ #menshair #menshairstyle #menshaircut #salon #sghair #sgsalon #hair #hairsalon #hairstyle #hairstyles #haircolor #haircuts #style #hairstylist #hairinspo #hairgoals #salonlife #hollandvillage #singapore #sg #igsg #instadaily #photooftheday #priime #menstyle
A post shared by Eugene Lim (@geniemule) on
Why we love it: A military inspired cut is short, sweet and simple. Better yet, it is suitable for any occasion – work, play or sports. Salon Kream uses Olaplex treatment, a new reconstructive treatment that enhances the internal structure of the hair while preventing the resulting damage from your favourite chemical processes (perming or colouring). To ensure complete protection and care for your hair, the salon adds pricks onto the curler when perming, to ensure the solution evenly penetrates the hair.
Salon Kream is located at Holland Village Lorong Mambong 24B Holland Village, Singapore 277683.
Why we love it: Benjamin Kheng and Jonathan Chua from The Sam Willows are seen here decked out in suits from Mr. Gentleman. The stylist’s dedication to personalised and customised service allows you the convenience of being measured and fitted (twice) at your house or office, because they understand that you have a busy schedule. Suit production is outsourced to tailors in the region, which ensures you get premium quality at a reasonable price.
Make an appointment here.
A post shared by KAYJEN DYLAN (@kayjendylan) on
Why we love it: KayJen Dylan was borne from Matthew Lai’s hopes of piquing sartorial curiosity among younger men. Lai blends 46 years of experience in the field with his business partner Dylan Chong’s contemporary approach. It’s a great match and we personally swear by them. The idea is to be sartorially trendy, no matter the era you’re in, and KayJen Dylan’s creations perfectly encapsulate that.
KayJen Dylan is located at 120 Telok Ayer Street
Why we love it: In Singapore’s bright and glaring weather, sunglasses are most practical for protecting our eyes against well, sun rays. Ray-Ban’s first signature frame made its first Hollywood appearance in 1951. Another pivotal moment for the frame came in 1986, when Tom Cruise in Top Gun took the shades back to its roots in the cockpit. Since then, the aviator sunglasses are seen as a “symbol of rebellion against everything in society” although we just like it because it adds style points.
A post shared by AUGUSTMAN (@augustman) on
Proudly wearing my #TAGHeuerConnectedModular45, now with a custom dial for every @MLS team – want to get a chance to win tickets to an MLS game this season? Check out TAG Heuer’s #ConnectedToMyTeam sweepstakes: http://tag.hr/ConnectedToMyTeamSweeps #DontCrackUnderPressure
A post shared by Tim Howard (@timhow1) on
Why we love it: TAG Heuer has an excellent heritage within the industry and makes stand-out timepieces at a variety of prices. From the future-ready Connected smartwatch to one that pays homage to icons of old, the watchmaker has a timepiece for almost any kind of man. Add on a TAG Heuer to your outfit for that finishing touch.
A post shared by Salvatore Ferragamo (@ferragamo) on
Why we love it: A formal black leather is possibly the most versatile shoe a man can own. It can be styled and matched with almost every colour or outfit for a refined look. Of course, the best way to wear one is to pair it with a tailored suit.
Salvatore Ferragamo is located at 290 Orchard Road, , #01-40 & #02-42, Paragon Shopping Centre Singapore 238859.