By Denise Ngo, Ilsa Chan
— Toggle (@ToggleSG) January 29, 2019
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本地演员瑞恩RUIEN (图 @rbkd)
Source: Nü You
By Lieu Wei Ning
The Cartier flagship at Ion Orchard has officially reopened after six months of remodelling and is now the brand’s largest boutique in South East Asia.
To celebrate the unveiling of the new space, Cartier hosted a cocktail event with special appearances by Korean superstar Rain and local celebrities Zoe Tay, Fann Wong, Christopher Lee, Rui En, Rebecca Lim and Sheila Sim.
Source: L’Officiel Singapore
By Ho Guo Xiong
7: The number of celebrities that attended the re-opening of the Cartier’s ION Orchard
Besides K-pop artist Rain flying into Singapore especially for this big reveal, local celebrities Zoe Tay, Fann Wong, Christopher Lee, Rui En, Rebecca Lim and Sheila Sim all also graced the red carpet on Friday night.
1,111: The number of diamonds that were used to create the Panthere de Cartier earrings and necklace that Rui En wore
Rui En wore a total of 9.06 carats and donned the most number of diamonds that night, with her Panthere de Cartier having 633 brilliant-cut diamonds.
Source: Her World
By Kendra Tan
Slide 3: Rui En
RBKD: 8 Days said that Rui En’s back looking fresher and healthier than ever and that the crowd would surely agree with them. They also added that they had heard her arriving long before she appeared, thanks to the very passionate screams at event.
Slide 4: Rain
RBKD: 8 Days called it a “blink and you’ll miss” for Rain’s appearance after Rui En and had “came in with little fanfare”, in 8 Days’ words.
By AARON DE SILVA
RBKD: Rui En & Fann Wong each gets a mention with one paragraph each. Only Rain & the Mediacorp artistes were interviewed.
In CNA’s own words: “Despite Rain’s megawatt presence, the biggest cheers of the night were reserved for Rui En, whose fans had set up camp on both sides of the red carpet. Known as the RBKD, they held banners and chanted loudly upon catching sight of their idol.”