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  1. Clash de Cartier

    Out at Robertson Quay? Cartier's pop-up has a cafe and personalised haikus

    Receive a personalised Haiku poem, download a Spotify playlist, and enjoy a complimentary pastry and drink at the Clash de Cartier pop-up in STPI ...
  2. IWC exhibition Singapore

    A new exhibition in Singapore traces the origins of IWC’s Pilot’s Watch and more

    And it’s not just for the men – a set of beautifully decorated ladies’ pocket watches from the early 20th century are on show for the first time ...
  3. Hero Vacheron Constantin 1_mod

    Take in the beauty of timepieces spanning the 20th century in two exhibitions

    Viva la vintage! The Les Collectionneurs and Nicknames exhibitions feature rare pieces hunted down by Vacheron Constantin's own experts.
  4. Zenith A Star Through Time exhibition Singapore

    Zenith's El Primero chronograph turns 50 with interactive exhibition in Singapore

    The exhibition at Ngee Ann City's Civic Plaza shows why it remains one of the most important calibres in watchmaking history.
  5. The exhibition Time, A Hermes Object runs from May 24 to Jun 2 at the atrium of Ngee Ann City

    It’s about time: Hermes’ new multi-sensory exhibition opens in Ngee Ann City

    A new Hermes exhibition in Ngee Ann City – ‘Time, A Hermes Object’ – explores the emotional, not chronological, aspects of time using light, sound ...
  6. Hermes In Motion exhibition

    Hermes brings rare treasures from its archives to Singapore, including its very first scarf

    Hermes Heritage – In Motion will take you through the ages, providing a glimpse into its journey from harness-maker and saddler into the present-day.
  7. Mad Hatter’s Tea Party at Wonderland, ACMI, Photo Phoebe Powell

    Down the rabbit hole: Interactive Alice In Wonderland exhibit at ArtScience Museum

    Wonderland, which opens on Apr 13, follows the iconic character’s journey from books to films, video games and more.
  8. Artwork "What if voting changed everything" by David Dunnico and "Second Class"

    It's not Brexit (yet), but is it art, asks new London show

    From Brexit-inspired art to newspaper front pages leading up to Britain's 2016 referendum on European Union membership, a new London exhibition ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: Tributes for former President Nelson Mandela are seen at the South African High Commiss

    Mandela's life and legacy celebrated in London exhibition

    For a man who spent nearly three decades in prison, the passage of time was no doubt important to Nelson Mandela.