The Peak was launched in 1984. Over the course of 35 years, the magazine has undergone multiple revamps. Mastheads have shrunk and expanded. Borders have come and gone. Serif fonts, with their stately presence, have given way to the clean lines of their sans-serif counterparts. While the face of the magazine has evolved in response to trends in graphic design, the faces anchoring each cover continue to reflect The Peak’s dedication to profiling individuals – from corporate wunderkinds to senior statesmen – who’ve emerged at the top of their game. As The Peak Singapore celebrates its 35th anniversary this year, we take a look at some of the most memorable covers over the years.