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Lo and behold, the runway stills.

We recently held our inaugural fashion show, “COLOR RUSH”, showcasing our newest offerings for Spring/Summer ‘11. Featuring menswear label ALABELBY, and womenswear labels Kaal E. Suktae and doii paris; the show stayed true to its name and promised a flurry of colours in its outfits, steering clear of the usual monochromatic colours associative of fashion.

ALABELBY’s Spring/Summer ‘11 collection scintillates with brilliance, displaying utilitarianism at its best. For the collection, Mic Eaton incorporates elements of sportswear into his designs, and introduces a splash of unconventional colours to several pieces. The collection is extremely wearable and versatile; but it manages to express the designer’s fashion-forward and funky yet laid-back style.

When a label says that they were “inspired by the futuristic aspect of the film Star Wars”, you know their collection would be nothing less than amazing. The force is definitely with Kaal E. Suktae’s Spring/Summer ’11 collection: with the futuristic designs, drapey silhouettes and even a hint of cubism; you would find it awe inspiring how Kaal’s collection still manages to retain that feministic appeal. Keep an eye out, you should, for unique collection this is.

The uniqueness of doii paris is that each collection centers on a story. The Spring/Summer ‘11 collection focuses on the theme of divine unification. The main character is a Pagan flower girl who travels around the world visiting local deities. Through her travels and experiences, she comes to an understanding of universal beauty, which is free from cultural barriers and prejudice. dooi paris’s collection perfectly personifies the story with its carefree vibe and mild colours.


Images by Zhiwei, Viona and Matthew

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