In This Issue

March 2019

The-Singapore-Womens-Weekly-March-2019_Liv-Lo_Cover
The-Singapore-Womens-Weekly-March-2019_Liv-Lo_Covergirl_p16
The-Singapore-Womens-Weekly-March-2019_Liv-Lo_Covergirl_p17
The-Singapore-Womens-Weekly-March-2019_Beauty-Spread_Confident-Makeup_p34
The-Singapore-Womens-Weekly-March-2019_Beauty-Spread_Red-Lipsticks__p35
The-Singapore-Womens-Weekly-March-2019_FashionSpread_GIvenchy_p50
The-Singapore-Womens-Weekly-March-2019_FashionSpread_GIvenchy_p51
The-Singapore-Womens-Weekly-March-2019_Style-Diary_Nicole-Wong_p64
The-Singapore-Womens-Weekly-March-2019_Style-Diary_Nicole-Wong_p65
The-Singapore-Womens-Weekly-March-2019-Domestic-Diva-Masterclass_p108
The-Singapore-Womens-Weekly-March-2019-Domestic-Diva-Masterclass_p109
The-Singapore-Womens-Weekly-March-2019_Salads-To-Share
Women are empathetic. We have the ability to be soft yet strong. We are resourceful. We are nurturers. We are mothers. And we are the future. This month, as part of International Women’s Day on March 8, we celebrate the power we possess with an issue that highlights awesome, inspiring women, including the game changers in “The Force Is With Us”. Heatwave Shoes CEO Elizabeth Tan (below) says, “Women are so dynamic because we accept the multiple roles we have to play – friend, daughter, wife and mother – so it’s innate that we want to care for others. I see this as a strength.” NMP Anthea Ong agrees, “To be a woman is to feel vulnerability, yet feel deep strength.”
It’s also why we have the vibrant Liv Lo on cover. Liv isn’t one to stand in anyone’s shadow, including that of a certain Mr Henry Golding. She may be married to one of Hollywood’s hottest new stars, but Liv is very much her own woman (by the way, she completely outshone her man on the red carpet at the Oscar after party in that brilliant Ralph Lauren dress), and she’s confidently paving a way for herself in the fitness industry, see “Liv, Love, Laugh”. Plus, don’t miss her stay-slim secrets! 
Being a mother is not easy, but when you have a child with special needs, it’s even tougher. I’m glad reader Choo Kah Ying reached out to us, to share her struggles raising a son with autism. Kah Ying reveals the heartbreaking reason she had to separate herself from her son, and send him to Bali. In an issue where we pay tribute to women of strength, we take our hats off to mothers (and fathers) who deal with these challenges daily. The March issue is jam-packed with great reads and solutions, so get your copy now!
 

– Editor-in-Chief Barbara Koh

PS: We are holding our annual Domestic Diva Masterclass at the end of March and you can still sign up here! Closing date: March 19, 2019. So hurry!

SWW About Us

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save