An exciting day for Asian Fashion is headed our way! The Asia Fashion Summit is held annually and invites global fashion thinkers, entrepreneurs, industry practitioners and many more individuals to analyze various aspects of global fashion. The conference aims to open dialogue about topics ranging from fashion influences to industry trends and innovative business approaches. They claim that the top three reasons to attend the summit are as follows:
“1. Hot Topics.
Look forward to a host of comprehensive topics that provides delegates a 360-degree view of the fashion business landscape.
2. Expert Insights.
Gain business insights from the world’s formidable fashion insiders as they converge to share and discuss emerging trends and compelling issues.
3. Networking Platform.
AFS provides a perfect platform for participants to interact and expand business network.”
Asia Fashion Summit 2013 will be held in Singapore on May 15-17, 2013. To learn more, click here.
Watch out Glee, the Kitchen Musical is on its way to international stardom! Originally introduced to the Singaporean audience, the television musical series which aired throughout Europe and Asia has been renewed for its second season. It will also be embarking on its first international musical tour in 2012 and is in the works for broadcast in the United States.
For those of you who are unaware of the blooming drama, The Kitchen Musical brings a Glee-like approach to story telling; enriched with song and dance with the kitchen as its stage. It contributes a unique insight into the elite culinary world of restaurant business and artistry through its Asian female character Maddie Avilon, a young and rich Le Cordon Bleu post graduate who struggles to find individuality in her father’s upscale restaurant. She and her friends play up to the expectations of young adult life capturing moments of fear, love, romance, confusion and etc.
Here are some of our favorite clips from the show:
Its Youtube fans are steadily growing and prominent TV producer Ben Silverman, popular for US adaptations The Office and Ugly Betty has become involved with its creative production as co-producer. It’s actually quite amazing.
What do you think about The Kitchen Musical? Do you like it better than Glee?