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<b><p>Stefanie Sun</p>

#51 A New Era

Stefanie Sun

<b><p>Cara Delevingne</p>

#50 Beautiful Girl

Cara Delevingne

<b><p>Yoyo Cao</p>

#49 The Year of the Website

Yoyo Cao

<b><p>Rola</p>

#48 The Road Less Travelled

Rola

<b><p>It’s the dawn of a new age as we celebrate originality in our November issue with Susie Bubble of Style Bubble gracing our cover. Also in this issue: discover the most coveted pieces from Topshop to don on, get psyched for an awesome lineup at Neon Lights 2016, and refresh your wardrobe with pockets, prints, and oversized accessories.</p>

#47 Edited By

Susie Lau

<b><p>We’re turning up the volume this issue with Narelle Kheng fronting our latest cover, shining bright as she debuts her wildly deviant solo effort. Also in the issue: gear up with some cool accessories inspired by music videos and go bold with some metallic makeup. Let your rock star alter-ego take the stage at these cool new karaoke joints too!</p>

#46 Sing, Sing A Song

Narelle Kheng

<b><p>Everyone’s living the digital life today, so ours #45 Aug/Sep Digilife issue is all about the technologies and gadgets that have made our lives a breeze. Read about the latest innovations in skincare, drones, handy kitchen appliances and wireless charging, and catch up with Aimee Cheng-Bradshaw, who’s well on her path from top model to rising celebrity.</p>

#45 Digilife

Aimee Cheng-Bradshaw

<b><p>We celebrate the arts in our For Art’s Sake issue, with local actress Oon Shu An as our magical cover star. Also inside: we speak to six prominent personalities from the Singapore theatre scene, drag queen-inspired beauty, and fashion pieces that are quite literally works of art.</p>

#44 For Art’s Sake

Oon Shu An

<b><p>It doesn’t take a genius to realise that the summer heat has officially descended upon us. In this issue, we’re turning hot to haute with beauty essentials for the hottest summer ever, weather-appropriate Aussie fashion labels, and nothing less than a mermaid-inspired fashion shoot. No one better than fiery, all-achieving Margaret Zhang to grace the cover of our Summer issue – the Instagram celebrity has photographer, stylist, writer, model, and lauded fashion icon, all under her belt. All in a day’s work.</p>

#43 Haute Stuff

Margaret Zhang

<b><p>Orange Is The New Black’s Kimiko Glenn is the star of our How Entertaining issue! We speak to her to find out what it’s like playing inmate Brooke Soso, her foray into theatre, and her experiences as an Asian-American in Hollywood. This issue is also all about the celebrity fashion, beauty and accessories that have gotten us starry-eyed, including Ivy Park by Beyoncé, Melissa Shoes x Jeremy Scott, celebrity sneakers, and YouTube-famous beauty products.</p>

#42 How Entertaining

Kimiko Glenn

<b><p>We’re celebrating our 4th birthday with our Lucky Number Four issue, featuring skincare for your post-party skin, beauty products that were hot in the 90s, trending Korean snacks, and the biggest, boldest and bling-est watches to celebrate the good times with. Our cover star is Tabitha Nauser, rising star of the local music scene, and we catch up on her post-Singapore Idol days, and find out about how she’s turning it up for her big musical re-debut.</p>

#41 Lucky Number Four

Tabitha Nauser

<b><p>“Pretty Hurts” is the theme of this Beauty issue, fronted by Thai actress and model Poyd Treechada. In this edition, see the 385 makeup and skincare must buys for the year in our annual NYLON Singapore Beauty Hit List, and read about our cover girl and how she’s dedicating her career to breaking down the walls.</p>

#40 Pretty Hurts

Poyd Treechada

<b><p>Our Digital issue sets the tone for 2016, as we look forward to everything going digital indeed. In this issue, this includes digital watches, beauty apps to download, light-emitting facial devices, and a whole smartphone spread. We take the road less travelled with an En Route piece on Iran, and speak to our cover star and well-loved digital artist Grimes on her latest album ahead of her upcoming performance at Laneway 2016.</p>

#39 Going Digital

grimes

<b><p>For our end-of-year travel issue, we go en route to destinations like New York City, Burano in Italy, the Central Bangkok district, and the Aloft Hotel in Kuala Lumpur. The enigmatic Banks is our cover star for the month, and she gets honest with us about her music. Get to know the travel essentials from Lipault, Rimowa and Muji, and pore over our extensive Christmas and beauty gift guides.</p>

#38 En Route

Banks

<b><p>Our Social Life issue is fronted by social media superstar Chiara Ferragni, of The Blonde Salad fame. She shares about the inspiration behind her fashion empire, which includes her website and her popular shoe line. We pick 30 cult denim pieces to own, and take a look at the most exciting makeup launches, including Steven Klein for NARS and Maison Kitsuné x shu uemura. In En Route, we explore the South African city of Johannesburg, and try out the Nikon D5500.</p>

#37 Social Life

Chiara Ferragni

<b><p>Model-of-the-moment Mona Matsuoka fronts our fourth Japanese issue, and shares her life walking the runways of the fashion world’s biggest brands all over the world, all at the tender age of just 17. Japanese fashion features this issue include the Uniqlo Fall/Winter 15 LifeWear collection and the Swatch Tokyo Sport Mixer watch, and we reveal Japanese beauty secrets with the Cosme Decorte Liposome Treatment Liquid, HABA three-step skincare routine, and the shu uemura Rouge Unlimited Sheer Shine lipstick. We also included a roundup of all the Japanese cafes that are a must-visit.</p>

#36 Japan Hour

Mona Matsuoka

<b><p>August is the month to get patriotic, so we’ve put one of Singapore’s pride and joys: reigning Miss Singapore Universe Rathi Menon, on the cover of our Technology issue. We focus on all things digital, specifically LG’s 65-inch Art Slim Curved 4K OLED TV, accessories for the 12-inch MacBook, and high-tech trends in fashion and beauty. In the spirit of SG50, we shine the spotlight on fashion with a local twist, from Rimowa, Thomas Sabo and Uniqlo, among others.</p>

#35 The Future Is Digital

Rathi Menon

<b><p>The provocative Brooke Candy fronts our No Biz Like Show Biz cover, and tells us about keeping it real without any self-censorship. Other stars to look out for in this issue: Dylan Penn, Lily-Rose Depp, Rainey Qualley and Phoebe Tonkin’s beauty looks and how to copy them, Yoyo Cao of homegrown label Exhibit, and the up-and-coming French pop musicians of the Saint Laurent Paris Sessions. Also, take a tour through the unbelievably picturesque “Real Middle Earth”, also known as New Zealand.</p>

#34 No Biz Like Show Biz

Brooke Candy

<b><p>It’s the rolling good times as twin YouTube sensations Jayesslee front our Music issue. They tell us about going viral, writing original music, and juggling careers as musicians with two toddler sons. Also in this issue: the Rimowa Bossa Nova, the guitar-shaped Eyeko Rock Out & Lash Out mascara, and a feature on the “Real Middle Earth”, New Zealand.</p>

#33 The Rolling Good Times

Jayesslee

<b><p>Our Summer issue turns up the heat with racecar-driving beauty Claire Jedrek on the cover, who brings us up to speed with her fast-paced life as tv presenter, writer, and fitness personality, among others. We also look at summer trends including must-have sunscreens, sneakers, and heeled sandals, plus obsess over the Chanel Coco Crush collection and the Sony Playstation 4.</p>

#32 Summer Fling

Claire Jedrek

<b><p>makeup guru/goddess michelle phan is on the cover of our anniversary issue, and aptly so! the self-taught makeup virtuoso continues to teach us how to celebrate our beauty every day. we talk to the self-professed dreamer, who shows us how dreams really do come true with honest hard work and a genuine heart. also in this issue: an en route feature on taipei, a comprehensive spread on wholesome beauty products that your skin will love, and shopping vouchers from bershka and stradivarius as a treat for our readers. thank you for the support over the past 3 years!</p>

#31 3rd Anniversary

Michelle Phan

<b><p>Our #30 Feb/Mar issue features our annual NYLON Singapore Beauty Hit List! This year, we get our six judges to rate more than 200 recent beauty launches, to reveal the best in skincare, makeup and haircare. We also speak to six international beauty bloggers and vloggers who are making waves in both the virtual and real worlds, and ask about their product recommendations and beauty tips and tricks. The issue features the Samsung Galaxy A series, Hailey Baldwin for Topshop, the M.A.C x Nastygal collection, Melissa shoes for Maleficent and more, and our cover girl and Harajuku superstar Kyary Pamyu Pamyu tells us about her first all-English single.</p>

#30 Beauty Awards

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu

<b><p>It’s 2015! What’s big this year? We pretty much wrap up the trends you need to know this year – juice cleansing, frankenshirts, wearable tech, microserums, soft serves… and of course we couldn’t deviate from topics related to digital. This issue, we give you a rundown of online retailers like Luisaviaroma; digital music streaming services like Spotify… you get the drift. Instagram was definitely a huge trend over the past few years that’s still as popular, if not more, this year. Aptly, the gorgeous Nicole Warne a.k.a @garypeppergirl graces our cover this month, and she talks to us about social media and all things digital. Oh, don’t forget to find us on “Line” too – just scan the QR code on the cover to join.</p>

#29 Trends

Nicole Warne

<b><p>Even if you don’t know who our cover girl is (gasp! shame on you) – you’ll be wanting to find out. Australian media personality Ruby Rose is sizzling hot on the cover of our December issue. She talks to us about gender stereotypes, the entertainment scene, her other half, and more. Tis the season for giving, and our handy, extensive holiday guide will solve all those gift-buying woes. From gadgets, quirky items, to beauty products – we’ve got you covered. This issue, we also check in on Interpol, take selfies with the NIKON Coolpix s6900, play makeup with Urban Decay, go to Antwerp, and train hard with Nike.</p>

#28 Gift Guide

Ruby Rose

<b><p>There are rainbows, unicorns and cotton candy, and then there’s Sophia Webster. The British shoe designer dazzles on the cover of our Cult themed November issue, and she lets us in on what goes on in her imaginative head. This issue, our pages are packed with all the beauty products we can’t do without, and new collections that have caught our eye, like M.A.C. x The Rocky Horror Show, Urban Decay Naked III and the Grown Alchemist range of skincare products. In the spotlight, we have Butler & Wilson at On Pedder, a quirky fashion spread with the Topshop Girls, Rita Ora for Adidas Originals, and Georgia May Jagger for Thomas Sabo.</p>

#27 The Following

Sophia Webster

<b><p>In <em>The Wolverine,</em> Rila Fukushima plays the deadly assassin Yukio. On the cover of our Japanese issue, she’s looking pretty fierce too. In our October 2014 issue, Rila tells us about making her mark in Hollywood after a successful modelling career. We also give you the list of cult Japanese fashion labels that you need to know today and recommend the latest Japanese digital hybrid cameras.</p>

#26 The Japanese Issue

Rila Fukushima

<b><p>The cover of issue #25 is a fiery one – Little Dragon’s Yukimi Nagano heats up our Design & Technology issue and tells us more about her upcoming album and how her own fiery temper translates into the band’s sound. Start bookmarking the 18 online stores that are featured in this issue, from the luxurious, like net-a-porter, to the mass-market like ASOS. Explore Amsterdam with us with KLM and Heineken, accompanied by our trusty Nikon Df.</p>

#25 Design & Technology

Yukimi Nagano of Little Dragon

<b><p>Winter might be coming, or so they say — but we’d much rather be faced with Sophie Turner’s crystalline beauty. Yes, Game of Thrones darling, pure-as-the-driven-snow (or so she might seem) Sansa Stark, is on the cover of our Entertainment issue. Sophie gives us an insider’s account of life in Westeros, and defends her character — it seems like Sansa is a force to be reckoned with, and you’ll have to read more to find out. This issue’s also jam-packed with the hottest news on television and the silver screen, told through fashion and beauty. Last but not least, racking up the girl power are some of the best faces in entertainment right now, the likes of Lupita Nyong’O, Emma Stone, Keira Knightley and Alice Dellal.</p>

#24 Entertainment

Sophie Turner

<b><p>Killer style and music – these are probably the reasons why we put Natalia Kills on our cover, but we also learn how refreshingly candid the Brit songstress is about her “riches to rags” past, especially on her new tell-all album, “Trouble”. With all things music this month, we also put ‘new’ and veteran homegrown acts together to talk about the music scene and the elusive “singapore sound” (if it even exists)… and on the fashion front, we’re particularly swayed by music greats – including MJ and his leather jackets, Lady Gaga’s sky-high platforms, or Elton John’s iconic tinted shades. similarly, we look to Taylor Swift, Janelle Monáe and Lorde for beauty inspiration. As sung by Madonna, music, indeed, makes the people come together.</p>

#23 Music

Natalia Kills

<b><p>Cover girls are usually beautiful, and model Suki Waterhouse is no exception. Clad in Burberry, the Brit It-girl’s also known for her impeccable style and multiple talents in singing and acting – and even has a photo exhibition of her own. Other than being hot for Suki, we’re also looking at the hottest summer makeup trends (coral!) and how to beat the heat in the coolest togs, plus learn how shu uemura’s makeup stylist yuji asano works dreamy drama for both day and night. A trip down memory lane’s also in order as Baby-G celebrates their 20th Anniversary, and we look back on the Tom Ford legacy just before its first store opens here; then, McCafé launches the first of six cocktail cards (and tell us how to make the perfect cuppa). So much to read about… thankfully, we’ve got the chill vibes from The Pinholes to wind down to.</p>

#22 Summer Fever

Suki Waterhouse

<b><p>We hear much about her, but there’s still little we know about the gorgeous Arissa Cheo, the popular socialite and wife of Taiwanese singer Vanness Wu. Here, she opens up about her so-called charmed life, her business venture, Carte Blanche X, and how, really, she just wants to be defined in her own terms. Our Anniversary issue also comes with two exciting exclusives – Zoë Kravitz behind the scenes at the Chanel Paris-Dallas show, and Proenza Schouler’s venture into the makeup world with an M.A.C. collab. Also, we talk to Singapore’s “godfather of hip-hop”, Sheikh Haikel, about his new music school; give you a tour of the new lights in our NYLON Singapore office (plus, learn all about Edison bulbs from Like Lights); and hear about our designer’s journey to North Korea.</p>

#21 2nd Anniversary

Arissa Cheo

<b><p>She’s not just any other pretty face – Singaporean model, actress and SK-II ambassador, Sheila Sim’s on our cover for, what else, the beauty issue! Sure, she’ll never admit to her gorgeousness, but our magazine spread proves otherwise; we also chat with the girl-next-door about opening up her own modelling agency. And then, in our first-ever “NYLON beauty hit list”, we round up some of the best tried-and-tested items in the market that both the team, industry experts, and even you guys, are raving about.  Other than G-Star’s collab with Yuna, and Rihanna’s new collection for M.A.C., our radar section’s packed with interviews with Big Pink, Alpine and Lucy Rose, who’re coming down for the Mosaic Music Festival, while we also catch up with a homegrown veteran of our own, The Analog Girl.</p>

#20 Beauty & Brains

Sheila Sim

<b><p>We celebrate all things Asian this month, so what better way to start the year right than put English-Sri Lankan rapper, M.I.A. on our cover? As contemporary as her fashion and music choices are, the riveting beauty with those hard-hitting lyrics in “Paper Planes” still stays true to her roots. We also pay tribute to Jap fashion and K-beauty, rein in the year of the horse with cny-inspired pieces and our customised stack of H&M Spring 2014 cards. Local acts .gif and fauxe also make an appearance, along with overseas bands like Unknown Mortal Orchestra who’re making their way here for Laneway. Oh, and starting from this issue, there’s a bound copy of NYLON Guys inside every edition of our magazine – tear and share!</p>

#19 Asia

M.I.A.

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#18 Travel

Lindsay Lohan

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#17 The Underground

Liv Lo

<b><p>Our cover girl this month, Linda Liao, is a model, singer, actress and pro-gamer. Yes, top-ranked Diamond League Starcraft 2 player. We find out how she kicks ass in so many areas in life. And since we focus on tech this issue, we feature 58 tech gadgets, from pocket photo printers to lighted beauty compacts. We also recommend some great online platforms for that retail therapy we all need. </p>

#16 She’s Electric

Linda Liao

<b><p>It should be obvious by now that we can’t get enough of Japan. Last year, we had Kiko Mizuhara on the cover of our Japan issue, and this year, it’s another amazing personality – the effervescent model, Sara Mary. Handpicked by Marvin Jarrett for a number of fashion shoots, and a role in his music video for his single “Touch The Moon”, she’s definitely one to watch. And the Japan craze continues this issue, with a series of fashion and makeup features including Junya Watanabe, Commes des Garcons, Tsumori Chisato, Shiseido, and Shu Uemura. Lots of j-pop on our radar too. Nippon, Aishiteru!</p>

#15 Still Big in Japan

Sara Mary

<b><p>She was propelled to internet fame after crooning about first love, and now, Emmy The Great is on the cover of our 14th issue on Art & Design. She tells us about the importance of perseverance, and her road to success. This issue, we bring you highlights from Noise Singapore, a platform to showcase and encourage local arts. Local illustrator Qixuan Lim lends her beautiful illustrations to our cover spread on Emmy The Great – one example of great local talent there.  We also feature some great fashion collaborations like Emma Farrow for Topshop Unique, and Karl Lagerfeld for Melissa.</p>

#14 The Fine Art of Life

Emmy the Great

<b><p>Our second music issue sees the singer of uk indie rockers “the noisettes” on our cover, and yeah, Shingai Shoniwa’s as flawless and daring as she is on stage, what with her spunky hair and knack for pulling off bright colours. Elsewhere in the issue, we look at the daughters of rock ‘n’ roll – Liv Tyler, Lily Collins, Lizzie Jagger and Kelly Osbourne – who, no doubt, carry the effortless cool of their parents over to their style; and pre-Fall fashion and beauty styles, along with Brit singer Rita Ora as the newest face of Superga. Over at Radar, we hear about new local bands with veteran music-makers in their ranks, pose five exact questions to “I Am David Sparkle” only to be met with a myriad of interesting answers, and talk about David Bowie’s amazing exhibition at the V&A in London.</p>

#13 Rock and Roll

Shingai Shoniwa

<b><p>Let us entertain you with our tv issue, as Gossip Girl alumni Taylor Momsen’s our cover girl for the month – and surprise, we learn that the frontwoman of “The Pretty Reckless” is really a kohl-lined rock chick at heart. We also nail down the fashion styles of tv’s hottest girls – be it 90201, Suits, New Girl and Gossip Girl – as well as catch up on what’s happening on Arrested Development’s much-awaited fourth season, and talk to the lads and ladies from HBO’s hit series, Game of Thrones. The spotlight’s also on the beautiful colourways of Marc Jacob’s S/S collection, Issey Miyake’s pleated garments and bao bao, plus, a behind-the-scenes look at Make Up For Ever’s HD makeup.</p>
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#12 Television

Taylor Momsen

<b><p>Happy Birthday Nylon Singapore! It’s our first anniversary, and so much has happened. MTV’s newest VJ, the bubbly Hanli Hoefer, flexes her modelling chops as our gorgeous cover girl. We talk to her about the switch from modelling to being a VJ, and her new show premiering in April. We also check in with our 10 previous Nylon Singapore Cover Girls to see what they’ve been up to recently. Marvin Scott Jarrett’s fashion spread inspires us to dress only in monochrome for all the parties we’ll be attending. Come celebrate with us!</p>

#11 Anniversary

Hanli Hoefer

<b><p>Wow, fantastic baby! The Korean Wave is upon us, and this issue pays homage to all the things we love about South Korea. We put Tasha Low, member of multinational k-pop group SKarf on the cover – she’s one of two group members who hail from Singapore. We talk to the group about how they started out, their challenges and their dreams. Also on our radar, we have 16 other k-pop artistes including 2AM, 2NE1, B2ST, Big Bang, BoA, Brown Eyed Girls and Girl’s Generation. We put Korean designers in the spotlight for our feature on Seoul Fashion Week Spring/Summer, and review loads of Korean skincare and makeup products. And of course, our writer travels to Seoul and writes about it in our en route section. It’s all you need to know.</p>

#10 The Korean Issue

Skarf

<b><p>It’s our Beauty issue! Doll-like Tsubasa Masuwaka is on the cover, whom you may recognise from the famous Dolly Wink Eyelashes, which she founded – this lass is an entrepreneurial beauty after our own hearts. Well, which girl doesn’t want to update her beauty knowledge? This issue, we display Spring/Summer beauty trends for lips, nails and hair, and show you 176 ways to dress up your face. Francois Nars and Malin + Goetz are our private icons, and we talk about the Nicki Minaj for M.A.C Viva Glam collection.</p>

#09 Beauty

Tsubasa Masuwaka

<b><p>The statuesque beauties of Posso the DJ, Marylouise Pels and Vanessa Giovacchini, look every bit like professional models on the cover of our Dec/Jan Party People issue. Trained to make people shimmy from behind the decks, they talk about their career in the DJ circuit. Alongside the feature on the electronica duo is a comprehensive guide to the electronic music scene in Singapore, spanning past to present. This issue, we also feature gift ideas for everyone, and charity ventures by The Body Shop and Moschino. It’s the season of giving, after all.</p>

#08 Party People

Posso

<b><p>Hot, edgy, and woman of refreshing candour, Rosalyn Lee kills it on the cover of our 7th issue on all things Cult. Our feature on 67 cult beauty essentials is for all the beauty addicts out there – you won’t want to miss these. We also curate some recent hot collaborations with cult names in fashion – Maison Martin Margiela x H&M and J.W Anderson for Topshop; and beauty – James Boehmer for NARS and James Gager for M.A.C.</p>

#07 The Cult Issue

Rozz

<b><p>Arigato! Our 6th issue centres on all things Japanese, and who else to grace the cover but the stunning Kiko Mizuhara. Girlishness personified, extremely kawaii and slightly quirky, she does represent Japan to a tee (even though she is of mixed descent). See her exclusive shoot with fellow model Sara Mary, shot by Marvin Scott Jarrett. This issue, we also give you reasons to turn Japanese with our favourite makeup brands, musicians, and designers from the land of the rising sun. Featuring Aya Sekine, Kazz, Bathing Ape, Maison Takuya, Franc Franc and Issey Miyake, to name a few.</p>

#06 Turning Japanese

Kiko Mizuhara

<b><p>Model and pocket rocket Ase Wang looks smashing on the cover of our 5th issue, centred on arguably the best season there is. We feature great Fall fashion collaborations like Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama and Issey Miyake x Satoshi Wada, and highlight five key makeup trends fitting for the season.</p>

#05 Here Comes The Fall

Ase Wang

<b><p>For our 4th issue, we warm up to the mysterious Rui En, who shows us that there’s more to her Ice Queen image. It’s all about the Blues this issue – we centre on the denim styles on the streets of Asia, and feature cult brands like G-star Raw, A.P.C, Ksubi, and Naked & Famous. We also look at standout Fall/Winter runway looks, from Chanel and Louis Vuitton to Acne and Alexander Wang.</p>

#04 Wearing the Blues

Rui En

<b><p>DJ, model and booking manager of Zouk, Emi Matsushima, is a fitting cover girl for our June/July music-themed issue. This one’s jam-packed with music features, including a 16-page spread on the Singapore music scene from past to present. We also feature the hottest names in international music the likes of Adele, Björk, Kimbra, Amy Winehouse, SNSD, Iggy Pop, and Beth Ditto. Oh, and we had a chat with Marvin Scott Jarrett, who was here for a weekend.</p>

#03 Music

Emi Matsushima

<b><p>The 2nd issue features fresh faced winner of Elite Model Look 2011, Fiona Fussi on the cover – we talk to her about her fame, age and success. Some of Singapore’s hottest creatives like Sean Lam, Colin Seah and Theseus Chan are on our radar, and we put the spotlight on London Fashion Week 2012. Also, we recap our smashing Launch Party.</p>

#02 Art & Design

Fiona Fussi

<b><p>Here we have the very first issue of Nylon Singapore, our April issue, featuring local songbird Stefanie Sun on the cover! This issue features looks fresh off the Spring/Summer runways, including the covetable Topshop x Mary Katrantzou and H&M Fashion against AIDS collections, and Shu Uemura x Mamechiyo makeup looks. We talk about The Original Nylon Girl, Liv Tyler, and take you through the doors of Nylon’s SoHo office.</p>

#01 The First Issue

stefanie sun