SPIRIT OF AD­VEN­TURE

We tell you what it means for us to head out into the great un­known.

L'officiel Singapore - - Teamloff -

“There's a cer­tain thrill in pack­ing items for a trip into my trusty Ri­mowa lug­gage – that's when I know the idea of a jour­ney has started to be­come a re­al­ity. And it rings true when I un­pack as well, re­veal­ing what I've ac­quired from the dif­fer­ent places I've ex­plored.” Joshua Che­ung, Fash­ion Direc­tor

“Go­ing a week with­out a sin­gle tip­ple – now that's an ad­ven­ture for me!” Stephanie Lim, Art Direc­tor

“Un­cer­tainty is no fun, but the idea of not know­ing what's about to come your way – that is an ad­ven­ture.” Kenny Loh, Fea­tures Ed­i­tor

“Run­ning 25 km across the breath­tak­ing to­pog­ra­phy of Lan­tau Is­land is the ul­ti­mate def­i­ni­tion of ad­ven­ture – and I'm glad I ex­pe­ri­enced it!” Mossy Chew, De­signer “The heart of ad­ven­ture lies in mak­ing those split-sec­ond de­ci­sions – to switch lanes on the ex­press­way, to click ‘Add To Cart' and ‘Pay Now', to say yes to stay­ing the night.” Justin Cheong, Deputy Ed­i­tor

“There are a lot of peo­ple who claim to love travel. What they re­ally love is a hol­i­day. Sure it can be ex­cit­ing to stay at a nice ho­tel and go to pic­turesque places, but it's bor­ing. I read about a trav­eller who spends his time go­ing on Tripad­vi­sor only to browse through one-star rated des­ti­na­tions. I'd say he and I share the same idea of ad­ven­ture.” Allysha Nila, Fash­ion Stylist/writer

“Ad­ven­ture is an east-sider (me) go­ing to Jurong.” Gor­don Ng, Writer

One of the im­ages by pho­tog­ra­pher Michael Ya­mashita fea­tured in a new 2016/2017 Ri­mowa cat­a­logue, re­leased in part­ner­ship with Na­tional Geo­graphic.

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