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The Cool Fashion, Beauty And Cultural Events To Check Out This April

#1: The Universe and Art Exhibition (1 April - 30 July)
Mori Art Museum, a pioneering contemporary art museum in Tokyo, has teamed up with the ArtScience Museum to present The Universe and Art, an exhibition focusing on the cosmos and humanity. Expect over 120 original artworks, scientific artifacts and manuscripts about the universe and beyond. ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Ave   Image: ArtScience Museum’s Facebook #2: Affordable Art Fair 2017 (7 - 9 April)
The Affordable Art Fair is back with its Spring edition this April, featuring over 40 exhibitors from around the region and beyond. Look out for editioned prints, sculptural works and paintings from over 300 emerging talents and established artists. F1 Pit Building No.1 Republic Boulevard, $15 (advance)/ $18 (door) per ticket   Image: Affordable Art Fair’s Facebook #3: MAAD, Market Of Artists And Designers (7 April)
MAAD is back and this time it’s an extra special edition as it will be the final version of the monthly event to be held at the Red Dot Traffic Building before it closes for refurbishment. Shop the works and products of a wide range of creatives while enjoying the curation of music by multidisciplinary artist Andy Yang. Red Dot Design Museum, 28 Maxwell Road, admission is free   Image: Red Dot Design Museum Singapore’s Facebook #4: Chanel’s Coco Cafe (8 - 16 April)
This beauty pop-up concept by Chanel will allow visitors to discover the Rouge Coco Gloss while sipping a warm cup of coffee or cool tea – also get a sneak peak at the new Chanel Cruise Makeup Collection: Les Indispensables de L’ete, which will be pre-launched exclusively at the cafe. Visual Arts Centre, 10 Penang Road, register here See: Check out the new Chanel Coco Cafe in Singapore #5: RAC at OverEasy (8 April)
The Grammy award winning DJ will be putting on a DJ set at the American diner OverEasy come 8 April. The renowned remixer and producer, known for his lush indie pop tunes, will be playing his dance hits such as ‘Cheap Sunglasses’ and ‘Tearing Me Up’. OverEasy Orchard, 541 Orchard Road, $33 per ticket   Image: OverEasy’s Facebook #6: Voilah! French Festival (8 April - 21 May)
Under the theme of “Imagination & Innovation”, one of the highlights for this year’s edition of the Voilah! French Festival is the surreal photo-paintings of French photographer Chris Morin-Eitner that re-imagines a world taken over by Mother Nature. Taking place over six weeks, look out for various other exhibitions, film screenings and delectable French cuisine. Various locations, visit for more information #7: ArtBox Singapore (14-16, 21-23 April)
The incredibly popular pop-up market from Thailand is coming to Singapore for the first time ever this April, promising a slew of over 300 fashion and food stalls retailing a wide range of products. Expect various street foods, a beer market and fancy fairy lights accompanied by live music acts. Bayfront Event Space, 12A Bayfront Ave, admission is free   Image: Artbox Thailand’s Facebook #8: CITY65 Music Festival (15 April)
Check out the best of the best of Singapore’s indie music scene at this new music festival dedicated to showcasing original music made in Singapore. From established acts to emerging bands, rock out to the 13-strong line-up that includes headliners like Dru Chen and Stopgap. Tin Hill Social, 100 Turf Club Road, $35 per ticket   Image: CITY65 Music Festival 2017’s Facebook page #9: Singapore Ink Show (21 - 23 April)
The largest gathering of international and local tattoo artists in Singapore, the event celebrates the craft of tattooing and the versatility and diversity of body art. Get inked by these skilled artists or check out the seminars by tattoo masters Jee Sayalero and Nikko Hurtado. Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Raffles Boulevard, $28 (Sun)/ $33 (Fri & Sat) per ticket   Image: Singapore Ink Show’s Facebook #10: Record Store Day 2017 (22 April)
The globally celebrated Record Store Day will celebrate its 10th anniversary this April. The local stores participating in the cultural holiday include Vinylicious Records and The Analog Vault, which will be bringing in RSD titles. Various stores, visit for more information See: Where to shop vinyl records in Singapore (and how to get started)   Image: The Analog Vault’s Facebook #11: Amoy Street Bloc Party (23 April)
After a successful debut in November, the Amoy Street Bloc Party is back for its second edition come April – and just like the previous version, expect an exciting line-up of food vendors from the area, as well as music curated by Sunshine Nation. Amoy Street, admission is free   Image: Amoy Street Bloc Party’s Facebook #12: Bondax Live in Singapore (29 April)
Garnering attention through BBC Radio, the indie electronic music duo Bondax, consisting of English musicians Adam Kaye and George Townsend, will return for a night of soulful tunes including hits like ‘Giving It All’ and ‘All I See’. Millian Singapore, 3 Sentosa Gateway, $30 (standard)/ $40 (door) per ticket   Image: Bondax’s Facebook   Like this? Check out everything you need to know about the hippiest boutique tostel COO, the newest book the fashion pack should own now and old-school bakeries, dessert shops and a coffee roaster in Singapore you may have forgotten about.