A regular at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tokyo, Jun Okamoto's winning designs showcased as part of Audi Singapore Fashion Festival's Future Fashion Now X PARCO runway. A poetic collection fittingly titled A Sweet Breakfast For Her Who Dislikes Coffee featured unique embellishments of sweets, coffee beans, stars, sunrise and sunset prints. Not only versatile and wearable, it's the romanticism of Jun's stories that add depth to his carefully considered elegant tailoring and precise cutting. Whimsical and feminine - his soft pleats, soft draping, oversized knits and quirky prints are things that women everywhere want to wear. A perfect Autumn/Winter 2013 collection for the Singaporean climate of humidity vs air-con, Jun Okamoto utilises dark shades of black and dusky blue to spring-like colours of peach and apricot via perfectly mixed separates.
London based design label Peter Pilotto wowed on the Audi Singapore Fashion Festival runway on Saturday night. Having shown for over 10 years at London Fashion Week, designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos are no strangers to an international runway. A combination of new and classic perspectives of elegance, their otherwordly and carefully placed prints are striking and unique. True to their signature, this designer duo take risks with strong structure and soft shapes crafting fashion magic. Killing us with style and embracing forward fashion, Peter Pilotto's ageless designs had us craving more and wanting everything.
On Friday night Singapore Audi Fashion Festival showcased leading Japanese designer Tsumori Chisato to a packed house. This innovative designer shows on the runway in Paris and has gathered quite the cult following including stylish London blogger Susie Bubble. Having worked with Japanese greats like Issey Miyake, Tsumori decided to launch her own label in 1990 and then took her work to Paris in 2003. Tsumori's signature style of luxurious textures, intricate beading, embroidery, appliques and unique prints has been celebrated all over the world. Graceful, elegant and fun her fabulous designs have stolen my heart. Any designer who can make a lobster look like it belongs on Grace Kelly has my full support!
|Esther Boutique blazer / Esther Boutique dress / Sass and Bide vest /|
Sportsgirl heels (similar) / Chanel bag (via Style4AWhile) / House of Harlow necklace
Hello from Singapore! I am here on ground to bring you all the latest fashion live from Audi Singapore Fashion Festival. Such an exciting new frontier, it's their fashion week of weeks where local Singapore and international designers get to shine on the runway. I was lucky enough to team up with Esther Boutique for this fabulous monochrome outfit. In desperate need of a basic black blazer, I was thrilled to FINALLY find this gem. Subtle elbow cutouts and a perfect cut, it's bound to become my wardrobe staple. Not to mention this statement twist to your average peplum dress, a peplum mullet? Yes please. An easy outfit for the first day of shows inside the Tent on Marina Promenade, nestled right underneath the iconic Singapore flyer. Stay tuned for the rest of the week!
Showing for the first time at 2013 Audi Singapore Fashion Festival, GISELLAblu is a Dubai brand that utilises luxurious fabrics falling perfectly on a sculpted silhouette to create wonderfully feminine fashion. Filling the gap between couture and luxury ready-to-wear, its effortless and glamourous beauty makes GISELLAblu one to watch. Exquisitely embellished fabrics adorned in shimmering sequins to elegant prints on flowing silks, it was very easy to fall in love with this wearable and expertly cut designer. Can't wait to see what's next to come from ASFF these next few days!