RU­MOUR MILL

Straight from the un­der­belly of high so­ci­ety!

Singapore Tatler - - CONCIERGE -

VAIN POT

They say that best friends will al­ways be there for you when you need them the most. Not in the case of this newly minted pink-haired lady who told her BFF that she couldn’t make it for her 40th birth­day bash be­cause her roots were show­ing. Clas­sic case of van­ity be­fore friends.

CLAWS OUT

“She’s never been to any of our gath­er­ings, are you sure you want her to be part of our club?” grunted a mid­dle-aged so­cialite to the chair­woman of a new ex­clu­sive ladies’ club she re­cently be­came part of. “I think she needs to get her­self on more guest lists first in­stead of try­ing her luck to en­ter our so­cial cir­cle as a no­body on the scene.”

UN­DER THE IN­FLU­ENCE

A spec­tac­u­lar party was re­cently thrown in hon­our of an in­flu­en­tial busi­ness leader, but all every­one could talk about was his al­co­hol-fu­elled an­tics, which ranged from vi­o­lently push­ing a pho­tog­ra­pher out of the way to misog­y­nis­tic rants of “we need more women” to his equally ine­bri­ated friends.

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