Chinese-born Del Chen’s serene debut collection pitched prints and fabrics inspired by nature against a stark white backdrop.
Elohim by Sabrina Goh
Sporty and architectural, Sabrina Goh’s Spring 2015 collection, which she designs under the label Elohim, was inspired by kintsugi, the Japanese art of repairing broken porcelain with gold lacquer, and notions of broken beauty.
Priscilla Shunmugam deftly references cheongsam shapes and fabrics like jacquard, silk, brocade, and Ikat without falling into the usual clichés of Asian dress.
Pauline Ning’s designs walk the line between structured and soft, combining urban minimalism with luxe details.
Elyn Wong’s sexy, pared-down pieces also manage to be conceptual—and have caught the attention of edgy stores like Oak.
Jumpsuits are the starting point for the unisex-leaning styl.myl. line, whose name (pronounced “style-lo-my-lo”) references a nickname in Singapore for those with an unconventional sense of style.
Intricate details, such as floral appliqués made from layers of cut fabric, are at the heart of the Whole9Yards’s feminine creations.