MediaCorp artiste Priscelia Chan recently wrapped up filming for Channel 8's drama serial The Day It Rained On Our Parade, a four-episode production based on the actual events surrounding Singapore's independence from Malaysia in 1965.
Her next stop is Macau, to film scenes for another drama, Poetic Justice, where she will be acting as Rui En's best friend. "Ironically, I just came back from Macau and Hong Kong in May as part of my family trip. Once I heard that I'm going back to Macau, I got kinda excited," said the actress, who counts Mango, Forever 21 and H&M as some of her favourite labels.
You claim that your sense of style is "getting simpler" ...
Priscelia Chan: Last time when you were younger, you tended to dress more maturely and after some time, you don't really care about what people think; you just go by your own feel. And I really love maxi dresses. I never liked wearing dresses when I was much younger.
I don't know why. (But) after I got married, I love to buy lots of dresses and I love maxi dresses. When we went to Greece for a holiday, I just pull it out of my wardrobe. It's the easiest thing to pack. I just took all of my maxi dresses and I was done. Alan (Tern, her husband) said: "How come I don't see you wearing maxi dresses in Singapore, ah?" Actually, he likes to see me wearing dresses but it depends on where you're going lah. The feel must be right.