By: Susannah Jaffer & Anthia Chng
Sadly, Singapore Fashion Week has left our sunny shores. But we at LIV can’t stop reminiscing about the flurry of fashion action, internationally acclaimed designers and local clothing labels that graced Orchard Road’s catwalk from the 13th to 17th of May 2015. Missed out on the parade of haute couture? Check out the second and final part of our highlights of the best dresses, accessories and beauty looks to sashay down the runway.
Stripes, structured blazers and plunging necklines were key favourite details for designer Chelsea Scott-Blackhall’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection, exuding the brand’s strong, bold and independent look.
Elohim by Sabrina Goh
This homegrown contemporary label presented a mix of colours and silhouettes, inspired by the rock formations of China’s Danxia landforms. Its Fall/Winter collection was truly unforgettable and unique, with recurring bold-coloured, landscape-like prints. Another great job by designer Sabrina Goh.
Tradition met modernity at this award-winning local label’s show. Designer Priscilla Shunmugam showcased her Cruise 2016 collection – a contemporary reflection of the Japanese occupation of Southeast Asia that paid homage to the traditional kimono sash and featured Japanese-inspired prints.
Thai-American Thakoon Panichgul’s Fall 2015 collection was a playful combination of textures, fabrics and patterns. This international highlight was the talented New-York based designer’s debut in Singapore, and we sure are looking forward to more style offerings from him.
Victoria Beckham spiced up the closing of Singapore Fashion Week with her Autumn/Winter 2015 collection of muted colours, textured fabrics and knotted looks. In true Posh style, the British fashion maven had fashionistas ooh-ing and aah-ing at her sleek and contemporary chic designs, ending the week of festivities on a sophisticatedly high note.
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