| Lyna Mohamad |
CHMP Media celebrated the first anniversary of its premier luxury lifestyle magazine SCION with a reception attended by partners, clients, associates and friends of SCION at the Mutiara Ballroom of Radisson Hotel yesterday.
SCION, aimed at the high net worth individuals, is the getaway to the wonderful world of refined living featuring a quarterly full-colour glossy magazine with specially-commissioned stories covering high end experiences on fashion, beauty, accessories, travel, automobiles, dining and interiors.
Featuring high quality features written by international writers, carefully curated images and up-to-date news, the luxury lifestyle magazine aims to capture the hearts of people seeking the best in life.
Managing Editor of SCION, Pauline Chan, noted that as Bruneians are very well-travelled these days, they have a keen eye for the exceptional items and experiences associated with the luxurious life.
SCION, she added, connects readers to the wonderful world of refined living by bringing them on exploration of the luxury possibilities.
“We feel that there is much to discover in this realm and much aspire towards. So whether you are enjoying the fruits of high-end living right now or are saving this pleasure for later, the experiences can be discovered through the pages of SCION,” said the managing editor.
Distributed directly to high net worth individuals at Standard Chartered Priority Banking and BIBD Perdana Banking, SCION is also sold at the Best Eastern bookshops, NollyBooks at the departure hall of the Brunei International Airport and on newsstands throughout Malaysia.
SCION is also available to guests at The Empire Hotel & Country Club, nine exquisite partner hotels in Singapore and Malaysia as well as the first and business class lounges of the Brunei International Airport.
Published by CHMP Media and founded by Wan Zainal Abidin, to date, there are seven issues of SCION with the first published in July, 2013. CHMP Media also publishes the popular Borneo Insider’s Guide that is distributed free to the public here over the past eight years.