Digital Fashion Week Singapore 2014 came to a close yesterday, but we’re still on a fashion high with the amazing spring and summer collections from local and international designers alike. The showcase of elegant cuts and sophisticated designs had us spellbound from start to finish. Here, we’ve rounded up the collections that made the biggest impact on the runways.
Inspired by infinity, the collection featured drapes, flared skirts, rounded shoulders that extended into puffed sleeves, shirtdresses and wide leg culottes in a predominantly monochromatic palette, with accents of neon. The designer worked with preferred fabrics of Japanese crepe, cotton blend jersey and neoprene to deliver a collection that was true to his streamlined aesthetic.
In Good Company
The brand’s Capsule 5 collection had women mentally adding its pieces to their wardrobes, with its clever separates in neutrals and neon cut in structured shapes and breathable fabric. There were also slip dresses and pleated midi skirts for those who preferred a more fluid silhouette. If the aim was to cater to the modern woman with wearable pieces that were simple yet effective, In Good Company delivered on every level.
Designers Kenny Lim and Andrew Loh’s Inner Demons collection can best be described as sporty meets goth – making it trendy as well as appealing to more than just their niche audience. True to their style, the pieces were almost all black with a few accents of white and shades of grey to break it up. What really caught our attention were the few, but specifically designed for women pieces that were included in this collection.
The Singaporean designer’s Spring Summer 2015 collection was a perfect blend of timeless and trendy as it married sports luxe with traditional craftsmanship. The looks featured fresh, playful details with organza, sequins, cutouts and overlays.