In this edition of HoneyTalks, we discover the art of creating cool
You know how some people have the ability to make just about anything feel effortlessly cool… how does that work? Are they born with it – do unique ideas just seep from their edgy bodies? Or is there a secret we’re not all in on – a fine art that can be taught and perfected? What happens if, when we’ve finally nailed the art of cool, trends move on and we’re left behind?
Creating cool is what we’re going to discover – and nail – at the next HoneyTalks event. If you’re looking to capture that untouchable vibe when it comes to your career or brand (and who isn’t?), then our latest soirée is for you.
We’ve roped a panel of uber cool people in Singapore, who are going to join us for a panel discussion on creating cool, what the concept is all about and how to stay ahead of the pack as times change. ‘Who are our speakers?’, you wonder in our heads. Introducing…
The proprietor of Kilo, one of Singapore’s hottest restaurants. Set on Kallang River in an old industrial building, this urban dining spot oozes cool.
As the owner of insanely cool Western-style barber and tattoo shop Hounds of The Baskervilles in Haji Lane, Feroze knows all about setting up a successful, independent business that has a serious amount of street cred.
Founder of independent cinema and creative platform The Projector, Sharon is in the middle of her own start-up, and very much focused on creating cool within the venue.
Naturally, this will be in an awesome, inspiring space – Singapore’s latest hipster hangout, The Projector.
Angie is the talented, oh-so-creative woman behind popular, edgy furniture store Fred Lives Here. By building a cool, relatable brand and creating a strong, modern-classic product mix (showcased in a wicked space), Angie (and Fred!) have become front runners in Singapore’s competitive interiors industry.
Enough inspiring folks for ya? Thought so. The HoneyTalks event will include wine by EnVogue Wines, vodka by Black Cow, water from Evian, glorious grub by Club Meatballs and a panel discussion from 6pm. Following the conversation, at around 8.30pm, we’ll kick back in The Projector’s fabulous cinema (think bean bags and vintage style) and enjoy a screening of A Single Man, starring Colin Firth and directed by Tom Ford (2009).
Sound good to you? Check out the details and get signed up.
Limited places available, book on eventbrite.com now. Stay cool.