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Boutiques Fairs Singapore 2019: Join us at our talks on motherhood, mental health, and more in November

Boutiques Fairs Singapore 2019: Join us at our talks on motherhood, mental health, and more in November

Just breathe

Text: Allison Kim

Editor: Aravin Sandran


The end-of-year holiday season is round the corner and there's no better place to get your shopping fix than Boutique Fairs Singapore. From womenswear to interior decor, you'll discover some of the most unique goodies by 300 of the best independent, Singapore-based businesses during the three-day pop-up at the F1 Pit Building.

That's not all. Beyond the air-conditioned indoor shopping experience, this year's gifiting edition of Boutique Fairs Singapore will feature a jam-packed programme of family-friendly activities. As the Official Digital Media Partner, Buro. Singapore will be activating the fair's latest extension, Breathe, on the third level with panel discussions about inclusivity, self-care, and body positivity. Check out the details and don't forget to RSVP at the link below.

Finding Your Balance — Expectation vs Reality

Date: 15 November, Friday
Time: 3pm to 4pm
About: Moderated by Buro.'s editor-in-chief, Elizabeth Lee, lifestyle host and presenter Kelly Latimer and actress Nadiah M Din will be sharing their expectations and experiences of motherhood.

Felt Cute, Might Delete Later

Date: 16 November, Saturday
Time: 12pm to 1pm
About: Buro.'s deputy editor, Crystal Lee, keynote speaker and the host of Buro.'s inaugural podcast Simone Heng, and plus-sized columnist Simran Panaech will discuss their journeys with body image, the rise of the body positivity movement in fashion as well as tips that'll get you feeling confident in your own skin.

How To Be Woke in 2019

Date: 16 November, Saturday
Time: 3pm to 4pm
About: The term 'woke' has gained traction not just within social circles but among high-end brands as well in recent years, but what does the word truly stand for? Co-founder of Sunday Bedding Alex Fan, Matter's Devonne Niam and social impact strategist Laura Francois will be deconstructing the contentious term with associate lifestyle editor Janice Sim while shedding light on the most pressing social movements today.

Mood RN

Date: 17 November, Sunday
Time: 12pm to 1pm
About: Mental health has become a hot-button topic in recent years, especially among young professionals and first-time parents. Moderated by culture editor Aravin Sandran, hear tips and tricks to slow down and manage your mental workload from lifestyle presenter Claire Jedrek, Buro.'s contributing editor Tracy Phillips, and scenic artist Charlotte Elizabeth.

Find out more information and RSVP for all panel discussions here.

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