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45th ANNIVERSARY

Fashion

We Created Our Own Studio 45 Nightclub For The Female Anniversary Bash

And it was fantastic.

It was a night of rock and roll glamour when we took over an eclectic three-storey shophouse on Neil Road on Friday for our 45th anniversary party. Because this magazine’s all about a fun, out-of-the-box approach to covering fashion, beauty, design and pop culture, we transformed the entire space into an updated ’70s style nightclub named Studio 45 with the likes of a 5m-long mirror wall for party selfies and a 2.6m-tall, rotating floral monument in the centre of the dance floor.

On-site collaborations with various event sponsors added to the glamorous funhouse atmosphere. Cue a temporary tattoo studio by Converse, a fragrance-meets-cocktail bar by Karl Lagerfeld, and an Instagram-worthy dessert room by Estee Lauder with shades of its Double Wear Stay-In-Place foundation displayed from floor to ceiling like an immersive, Pantone-inspired colour chart.

The highlight of the night, however, was the nearly 300-strong crowd that boasted some of the most stylish and daring names from the local creative scene. Among them: top fashion influencers Savina Chai, Mae Tan and Jamie QQ; musicians Narelle Kheng and Sam Rui; actress Fiona Xie; models Fiona Fussi and Iman Fandi; cultural impresario Tracy Philips; DJ Ginette Chittick; and artist Polina Korobova. Here, a peek at how the fantastic crew parties.

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(From left) Singer Narelle Kheng; actress Fiona Xie; cultural impresario Tracy Phillips; eco advocate and creative consultant Aarika Lee; entrepreneur Jaime Lee, branding and marketing whizz Charmaine Seah; and DJ and fashion lecturer Ginette Chittick
Female’s editor-in-chief Noelle Loh (far left) addressing the close to 300 guests
Fiona Xie’s F-themed outfit for the night: Full-on Fendi
Narelle Kheng (left) and Fiona Xie
Fashion BFFs: Private investor Wendy Long and style fiend Jamie QQ Wu
Model family: Wendy Jacobs and daughter Iman Fandi
Trust vintage store owner Azzurra La Mantia (we heart that Gucci Bamboo bag) and art director Johanna Frederica (that vintage JPG getup is TDF) to bring some true Studio 54 glamour
Guest rapper Yung Raja (left) and Iman Fandi
Emily Loke, the founder of Paper Tiger Press and Female Collective member, in Jil Sander
Mae Tan (left) and Female‘s digital content producer Andrea Sim
Singer-songwriter Ysa Yaneza (middle), stylist Shimin Poh (left), and photographer Jasmin Liew (right) got inspired by Charlie’s Angels – the 2000 remake – when they were planning their outfits. Any guesses who’s who?
Model Fiona Fussi
Narelle Kheng (top) and Ginette Chittick
(From left) Aarika Lee, Tracy Phillips and The Lion City Boy
The boys of Youths In Balaclava
Charmaine Seah popped in Gucci
When it comes to couples who love dressing up, realtors Debbie Kate Loo and Javier Ang are on our power list
The always colourful trio of (from left) Parveen Hassanbhai, Gabrielana Song and Nicole Wong
Narelle Kheng
Author Paige Parker (right) and Fiona Xie at the #WhatTheFemale selfie wall
Style influencer Savina Chai and photographer Stuart Chen
Amanda Chaang and The Sam Willows’ Jon Chua
The night was an impromptu birthday celebration for entrepreneur Jaime Lee (thid from right)
Adrian Wee’s music always keeps the crowd pumping
(Clockwise from foreground) Hugo’s Hong Yu Ran with Fiona Fussi, Mae Tan and Guan Min
Marketing manager Daniela Caccia (left) and florist Aude Giraud channelling ’80s prom chicks
Jewellery designer Carolyn Kan giving us major Nothing Really Matters vibe circa 1998 in her Max.Tan jumpsuit
Shaf Amis’aabudin of madcap fashion label Mash-Up
Female’s Keng Yang Shuen (right) and Hisyam Abd Rahman twinning with their berets