Singapore fashion collective Youths In Balaclava (AKA YIB) have come a long way since they first began hanging together out on school lunch breaks. After teaming up with Dover Street Market’s Adrian Joffe to collaborate on a book of photography in January, the 18-strong collective, who want to change global perceptions of Asian fashion and style, have been working on their highly anticipated streetwear line, slated to be released later this year. Continue reading Singapore Fashion Collective ‘Youths In Balaclava’ Dropped A Capsule Collection
With Singapore’s 53rd birthday just around the corner, you may be feeling the patriotic pinch by now. And sure, we’ve got plenty of homegrown fashion and accessory brands that range from edgy to elegant, but once you’ve become a regular at those hip hangouts, you’ll be wanting more of that distinctive Singapore style. Continue reading Shop Local at These 5 Upcoming Artisan and Indie Art Markets in Singapore
The third edition of GetActive! Singapore – a series of sports festivals, ground-up sports initiatives and competitions – will feature unconventional activities such as parkour, paintball and abseiling. Continue reading More Than 300 Activities and 12 Sports Festivals for Third Edition of GetActive! Singapore
Come September, K-pop fans in the region can look forward to the event of the year – HallyuPopFest 2018, the biggest K-pop music festival of its scale organised in Southeast Asia. Held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium from 7 to 9 September, Friday to Sunday, the music extravaganza will welcome over 100 K-pop Idols. Continue reading Southeast Asia’s Largest K-Pop Music Festival, HallyuPopFest 2018, to Stage in Singapore This September
This year’s National Day Parade (NDP) funpacks feature art from special education students for the first time, letting young artists from places such as the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore School contribute to the yearly celebrations. Continue reading NDP Funpacks Feature Art By Special Education Students
SUTD Student Beats over 120 Entries to Win Cup Design at Inaugural Singapore Coffee Festival
Ms Tracy Tan’s design will be printed on 100,000 paper cups to be used across Singapore’s hottest cafes in the lead-up to the June 9-12 festival.
Singapore Students Use Magnets to Make Wheelchair Friendly Clothes
Orzora is a fashion and store concept for a line of clothing that would theoretically allow wheelchair-bound women to dress themselves.