#1: Louis Vuitton Series 3
Level B2, South Crystal Pavilion, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

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Photo: @female_singapore Instagram

It’s the third installation of a roving exhibition that has made its way to cities like Tokyo and Los Angeles, and makes Singapore its next base from this Saturday onwards. What you’ll see: the inner workings of the French maison, from creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere‘s inspirations for his Fall ’15 collection to the fine craftsmanship that goes into the making of every Louis Vuitton product. Online registration is now open (we recommend the guided tour), so you can skip all that pesky queuing. P.S.: Follow us on Instagram @female_singapore for a sneak preview. Nov 28-Dec 23, opens daily from 11am-11pm (Sun-Thurs) and 11am-11:30pm (Fri-Sat), free admission


#2: Between Declarations and Dreams
#01-01 1 St. Andrew’s Road, National Gallery Singapore

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The new gallery takes up three floors of the former Supreme Court building.
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The title of the exhibition is taken from a 1948 poem by Indonesian author Chairil Anwar and describes how artists in the region are negotiating between their history and culture and personal expression.

History buffs will dig the new National Gallery’s exhibition on Southeast Asian modern art, featuring rare masterpieces dating from the 19th century to the 1990s from Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Phillippines. As the largest showcase of its kind here, it will focus on four curatorial themes, including the quest for a national identity and the artists’ socio-political struggles of their times. Post-tour, make a stopover at these chic new dining spots within the galleryOpens 10am-7pm (Mon-Thurs) and 10am-11pm (Fri-Sun), free admission till Dec 6


#3: Treasures Of The World From The British Museum
National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road

The museum's most sought out exhibits: The gold dead mask (left) and the mummy-board, Egypt (right)
Don’t miss these showstoppers: A “death mask” from Jerusalem and an Egyptian mummy-board used in burial ceremonies.
The transformation mask from Canada used during the native dances.
This elaborate mask was used during the 1980s for dances by Native tribes in Canada.

Expect to see stunning relics of ancient civilisations from Africa, Asia and Europe in this six-month-long exhibit. Zoned into seven sections and arranged according to continent, you’ll get a deeper understanding of ancient practices, such as why masks made of gold were once used to cover the faces of the dead, and why an Egyptian mummy-board (the innermost covering of the mummy of a high-ranking woman) is said to be cursed. Another highlight: Items from Sir Stamford Raffles’ personal collection, including a kris and scabbard from the early 19th century. Dec 5-May 29, 10am-7pm daily, $16 for entry


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