LIFE & FAMILY
Sip Support Need support for your child’s bottle-to-cup transition? Hegen’s PCTO All-Rounder Cup ($33) is a spoutless training cup that allows babies 12 months and up to sip from anywhere around the rim. The soft silicone disc is gentle on sensitive gums while the flow of water is regulated effectively for easy sipping with reduced chances of gagging or swallowing air. This simulation also helps your little one hone the fine motor skills needed for independent drinking. The All-Rounder Cup can be changed to a straw cup, snack container or drinking bottle by switching lids. Available fromHegen’s retail locations and online at hegen.com/shop , Lazada and Shopee. Vital Vision The OneSight Essilor Luxottica Foundation is raising awareness about the importance of good vision with activations aimed at delivering vision care to those who need it globally. World renowned American photographer Steve McCurry has provided powerful portraits of two children for the campaign, while One School at a Time is a partnership with Berkeley Vision Institute aimed at reaching millions of school children worldwide through partner-led events, and the development of sustainable school eye health programmes across the globe. onesight.essilorluxottica.com
Luxe Look The $7 million revamp of Palais Renaissance features plenty of IG-worthy spots, from an expanded main entrance, to an interior with French-inspired design cues and artisanal marquetry, an alfresco dining area fronting Orchard Road, and escalators for improved accessibility to the basement, which has an infinity mirror wall. The curated tenant mix spans F&B, lifestyle and wellness, with 75 percent of tenants exclusive to the mall. These include the first-ever physical store by LuxeHouze, the largest selection of exquisite caviar and caviar-inspired dishes at Caviar, and The Writing Club, an upscale whisky library. palais.sg
Helping Women TheHelplinebyAWAREaims toraise$250,000via give.asia/campaign/helpline-fund to support their operations. Funds for Singapore’s only women’s helpline will go towards volunteer training, operations staff, research on latest developments and infrastructure to keep the phone lines and online chat open every day. Launched in 1991, the Helpline provides gender-informed and trauma-informed support, and an active, empathetic, non-judgemental listening ear to women facing challenging situations. The campaign ends on 31 December 2022.
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