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6-Fold Series Spring/Summer 2010 (Lookbook)

September 7th, 2009 Comments off





Photography / May Lin Le Goff
Fashion Direction/ Ashburn Eng
Model / Bruna B (Ave Management)

Make-up and Hair / Chris Ruth
Fashion / Hana (Lasalle College of the Arts)

This collection arises from the theme of “Outer Space” and it revolves around the idea of space exploration and the technology field related to space travel. Hybrid tailor pieces that conceptualize “space” into wearable garments are inspired from space-technology. Such as Astronaut suit and space shuttle. Pleats and folding details create shapes which have shown and hidden surfaces simultameously, representing our understanding of the universe. There are employed liberally to create shapes, volumes and silhouettes that are connected to space technology, creating an effortlessly futurisitic look.

When Technolongy Wounds Spring/Summer 2010 (Lookbook)

September 7th, 2009 Comments off






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hotography / May Lin Le Goff
Fashion Direction / Ashburn Eng
Model / Bruna B (Ave Management)

Make-up and Hair / Chris Ruth
Fashion / Pauline Lim for Pauline.Ning (Lasalle College of the Arts)

When Technology Wounds is based on the concept of reconciling both technology and human touch. Art Nouveau, a movement brought about as a reflex responses to the encroachment of technology on the human touch. This collection combines both man-made and natural elements ; the rigidity structures and repetitive movements from the Industrial Revolution and the organic forms and freedom of lines such as plants from the Art Nouveau, respectively. The result of the garments forms a juxtaposition of structured and soft drapes to achieve a balance.

Perfect Imperfection

September 4th, 2009 Comments off




Photography / Soon Tong
Fashion Direction / Ashburn Eng
Model / Marta (Ave Management)

Make-up / Larry Yeo
Hair / Alicia Tey

These photographs were taken at the now defunct Quarry, I wanted to show the similiary of the raw denim and the quarry. Both are affected and shaped by their surroundings and activities. It’s evolution. The denim apparel used in this project was purchased mainly from thrift stores. Ashburn then cut, slashes, deconstructed, bleached, frayed, stained, faded and washed to achieve the distressed and unique look.

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