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Nadia Rahmat Of The Female Collective Shares The Top Things To Do In October

Nadia Rahmat - the face of Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring Summer '15 and events whiz at Kilo Lounge - shares her picks of the coolest parties and events to see and be seen at this October.
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Nadia Rahmat in our September issue

Mabuk Market

“An alternative to the run-of-the-mill art-flea market hybrids available in Singapore, Mabuk Market is set by the swanky docks of Marina at Keppel Bay. The location in itself is picturesque and very Instagram-worthy with all the yachts docked in the harbour. To top it all off, there’s affordable booze and delicious grub from the likes of Artichoke and Park Bench Deli to keep guests fuelled up throughout!” Oct 11, Marina at Keppel Bay, 11am-9pm

#vinyloftheday presents A SIDE B SIDE Singapore Session VOL. 1

“The first of its kind in Singapore, A SIDE B SIDE is an afternoon session celebrating analogue tunes and all things vinyl! The event encourages attendees to come with a vinyl in tow (you’ll get free entry if you do yay) to trade with other vinyl enthusiasts. If not, it’s just a $15 entry that comes with a free drink. It’s an event that’s not just for vinyl lovers, but for those who wish to explore the charms of vinyl.” Oct 17, Kilo Lounge, 3pm-7pm

Kilo After Dark Halloween Special

“Kilo Lounge will be building a haunted house on the 6th & 7th floor of our building, and guests will have to manoeuver through scary obstacles and creepy monsters to get to the dance floor on the 8th floor. Halloween parties are usually centered around costume contests and the like, and we wanted to stray away from that. So to create a (more memorable) experience for our party-goers, we decided we would let them be in for a treat :)” Oct 30-31, Kilo Lounge, $50 cover charge (includes entry to the haunted house and free flow “Babies Blood” cocktails till 12am)

 

Main photo Nadia’s Instagram (@skinnykatwoman)

Like this? Check out fellow Female Collective member Amanda Keisha Ang’s favourite tracks to listen to this month.