ICYMI: #BestofBuro (17 – 23 April 2017)

Weekly highlights


By Gwen Ong

ICYMI: #BestofBuro (17 – 23 April 2017)

Buro 24/7 Malaysia: Farm-to-table, farm-to-fork, farm-to-school, whatever the term is, there’s a whole lot of goodness to where this concept comes from. Read up more about the social movement, its importance and which restaurants in Kuala Lumpur that you can find practising this mode of business.


Buro 24/7 Singapore: There’s no doubt that Seoul is a fashionable city and if anything, the Koreans have long been known for their “couple dressing”. The sartorial sync however has taken a gender-neutral touch at the recent Seoul Fashion Week. See the five unisex trends that will appeal to the modern boys and girls.


Buro 24/7 Australia: If you’re planning a holiday this year sans the kids – yours or others – you can be sure there will be no screaming toddler at these adult-only hotels. From the Maldives to the Hawaii, these establishments adhere to the no-kids policy so you get to spend quality, uninterrupted couple time with people your own age. 


Buro 24/7 Middle East: “Customisation” has fast become a catchphrase in the fashion glossary. Who doesn’t like a limited piece, right? We take a look at the five designer labels that offer the bespoke service so you can create your own one-of-a-kind bag, shoes, jackets and etc.


Buro 24/7 Malaysia: Week in, week out, we tend to go about our routine like clockwork. Perhaps, it’s timely then to take a mindful approach to life. You’ll only need to spend 10 minutes a day to experience a difference within you. Don’t believe us? Try out this 7-day guide courtesy of our contributing beauty editor, Terry Saw.


Catch up on last week’s #BestofBuro here

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