Prepared to be bombarded with a lot of impeccable pieces from the runway that I was able to capture during Digital Fashion Week in Singapore. Before the actual shows, there were so many things happening- interviews left and right, mixology session with pro Zachary Connor De Git, backstage passes and more.
You You opened the show with excitement as they launched not-so-usual girly pieces. It’s all about mixing colours and neutrals and making them all interesting. The pieces are feminine but not soft. The tailored clothes still exudes a subtle hint of sexiness and the structure of the pieces are very striking.
Max Tan SS 15 collection is one of my favourite shows. Minimalist with a lot of shapes and forms, that’s what his pieces are all about. With unexpected silhouettes, the garments are oversized and boxy but still elegant at the same time. I would wear all his designs, especially the neon pink ones. Oldest working model, 83-year-old Carmen Dell'orefice walked the runway and of course, she looked magnificent.
With the use of classic details like razorback, loose tees and baggy pants, In Good Company SS15 collection is all about sporting sporty chic looks. Sven Tan and Kane Tan, designers of the brand, definitely added cool and athletic elements for a surprise to basic wear. I want to get the jacket with zipper details for myself.
International bloggers unite! Love these ladies.
With London celebrity stylist Rebekah Roy.
Who ever said black is boring? The Lasalle College of the Arts collection consisted of chic black garments that were used in a myriad of ways. What surprised me more is that the usage itself was expanded beautifully through fabrics like cotton, sheer, silk, and lace.
Pastel Perfection. Another collection from the students of Lasalle College of the Arts. This goes to show you really don’t have to show skin to look sexy.
Nafa SS 15 collection. Art. That’s all I have to say. His collection is a mix of everything.
Raffles Design Institute students created sleek pieces that can make anyone look stylish in an instant. Of course, Jourdan Miller looked fabulous in this photo. Loved how they incorporated a bit of masculinity in most of the looks.
Designers Daniela Monasterios-Tan, Nathanael Ng and Shaf Amis’aabudin of Mash Up created a collection full of pop culture. It consisted of prints that had the pattern of comic strips. I adored how few blotches of colour came out of the intricate prints and gave life to the outfits. The whites were also made more interesting through the creative manners of layering that were prevalent throughout the show.
It’s amazing how these designers just seemingly grab original concepts and immortalise them through fashion. That, I think, will always be the reason why I never get tired of experimenting on new looks. To view more pieces from these collections, click here.