Cover Russell Ong

There was no better location for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Singapore to reveal its Black Badge Cullinan than at The Mill. The black Neo-Gothic building, which is owned by interior designer Roy Teo, a Rolls-Royce owner himself, served as the perfect setting for the Southeast Asia debut of the car, which is described as the "King of the Night". Within the car park of the venue, which had been transformed with black drapery and neon signs to give off the vibe of a private club, bartenders whipped up cocktails that had been specially crafted for guests at the cocktail bar as wait staff brought around barbecued bites by one-Michelin-starred restaurant Burnt Ends. Before the unveiling took place, an acrobatic aerialist wowed guests as she gracefully performed in midair at the centre of the space. 

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