Singapore Fashion Week saw the debut of collections from aspiring young designers from across Asia. Held at the National Gallery Singapore, this is the second graduation show for the Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) and the first time that the MDIS School of Fashion and Design’s Nottingham Trent University, UK, Fashion Design graduates showcased their work at Singapore’s premier fashion event.
Hailing from diverse cultures and backgrounds, the young talent from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and China, showcased creative works that converge around a common focus of transformation, and the inspiration and influence of women.The collections reflect the designers experiences and draw inspiration from personal discovery and triumph, in a catalogue of how they view the world they live in.
Here's a little sample of the runway and the inspiration behind these beautiful creations heard from the designers themselves.
Emotion-Less “to Live & to Die” by Vernissa Chong, is all about releasing an avalanche of emotions trapped within oneself. Influenced by the art of origami, the collection embodies an elegant balance of femininity and sportiness. Her creativity shines through with detail-intensive appliques, continuous use of lines and textures, interesting mix of materials, and digital printing.“My work speaks to a wide range of women who want to free their hidden enthusiasm for life.”
A job well done by these talented young designers who we hope to see at greater heights in the comings months and years!
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