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Men’s Folio traditionally begins every new year with a message of love — a multidimensional architecture that requires time to process and strengthen. Setting a chapter to culminate the past, present and the future in a brand new year, looking into self-love was respectfully deemed necessary and suitable for the February '21 issue. In learning to love oneself, reflect upon past endeavours and enjoy the deep-seated hopes that help to set our futures in great motion. Designer Of The Year 2020 and Model Of The Year 2020 winners, Latika and Dingwei demonstrate this aspect of self-love through their hopes for fashion in the face of adversity — discovering, learning and performing outside of their home countries — on page 44. Cover star Henry Lau shares his wisdom on nourishing the self (page 58) with his longstanding 13 years career in music-making to remain one of the most relevant musicians across Asia to the USA. Do not forget to celebrate the present and be truly at ease with the current. With this issue, Men’s Folio also derives self-love from self-expression. In recent years, fashion has become a democratic vehicle for carving identities — bringing to mind the modern Spring/Summer ’21 adaption of iconic fashion looks of various past decades where the prevailing moods reflect the period’s sentiments (page 62). Self-love does not intrinsically involve an all-encompassing obsession with oneself and this is where living a better tomorrow with the ones we hold dear enters our pages. Husband and wife, Jon Chua JX and Amanda Chaang explore the extension of self to the other loved one on page 50. At Men’s Folio, we are geared up for a stronger future — furthering our dedication to uplift Asian talents. Beginning this year, Men’s Folio will share more exclusive features with Singapore talents and in this issue, we begin with a peek into the wonderful minds of local photographer and creative, Chris Sim (page 40) and local brand, Livingwear (page 42).

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