The home-grown fashion scene is buzzing like never before – Weekender gives you a peek into what’s in store this season
Still Wind Words Collection
Still’s latest collection, “Wind Words”, offers quirky and whimsical designs that would appeal to any fashion aficionado. Our favourites include the Hand-Printed Full Circle Skirt ($179), featuring interesting textures and unique bead prints.
For a statement piece, the Hand-Printed Multi-layered Face Skirt ($199) is vibrant in colour and is a wardrobe essential for Spring.
Available at The Reckless Shop, Capitol Piazza.
Max Tan SS16 Collection
Max Tan’s SS16 Collection is set in a monochrome palette. The Pleated Back Shirt Dress (price unavailable) stands out with a structured V-neck showing just a peek of the skin and fine back pleats that channel a tailored vibe.
Another noteworthy piece is the Austere Sleeve Tee ($129). This number features a slim silhouette with swishy flare sleeves to add movement.
Available at Max Tan’s flagship store at Capital Pizza and Threadbare & Squirrel.
Collate The Label Kinetic Collection
Drawing inspiration from shapes in motion, Collate the Label’s Pre-Spring 2016 “Kinetic” collection features fashion-forward pieces set in tones of pink, white and grey.
The Colour Blocked Culotte Jumpsuit ($239) promises a flattering shape with its fit-and-flare silhouette and creates an illusion of longer legs, while the Diagonal Peplum Sleeveless Dress ($209) is a figure-friendly number that refreshes conventional workwear style with its pale pink shade.
Available online at www.collatethelabel.com and Tangs Orchard.
In Good Company Capsule 7
Home-grown label In Good Company features a well thought out series of ready-to-wear pieces in its Capsule 7 collection.
It’s hard not to love the Anouk Top in Light Denim ($139) with its cut-out back and gathered details, bound to add oomph to any ensemble. Another standout design is the Charlize Cupro Top in Petrol ($129), using hues of vivid blue and white in a simple yet versatile design.
Available at In Good Company at ION orchard.
By Natalie Kwan