Day 1 of Singapore Fashion Week has just drawn to an end, and you can trust that we’ve scooped out only the best of the best well-dressed guests for your viewing pleasure. While fashion’s high-flying ladies Nida Shay and Azira Shafinaz opted for glamorous full-black ensembles, the men chose to go all out in tongue-in-cheek tuxedos clad in prints.
T’was a night of glittering sartorial magic – of experimental looks that veered away from the norm. Click through for our round-up of the best-dressed attendees of the evening.
A bright pink fur sweater and an even brighter pink puffer jacket.. Doesn’t sound like a combo that’ll work right? Narelle Kheng proves us wrong, flaunting her chic outfit with class. Fellow The Sam Willows band member Sandra Riley Tang too dressed to impress in a high-collared black dress, which exuded total rock goddess vibes dressed with platform boots and her midnight blue tresses. Alongside the two, Amanda Chaang looked equally phenomenal in a golden printed dress with a plunging décolleté.
Fashion stylist Randolph Tan opted for a crisp pair of wide leg trousers which he teamed with a sharp tailored jacket with zip detailing. Shining with equal de rigueur flair, potrait photographer Yang stood tall in a slinky see-through number.
Malaysian singer looked dazzling in a black-on-black ensemble. We still can’t quite get enough of those billowing statement sleeves. Saraah Jasmine also stole the show in a playful ensemble with fringe and mesh details.
Bespoke designer Nida Shay looked immaculate in a cape blouse emblazoned with sequins which she snappily paired with tights and a pair of bowtie slingback heels. Next to her, model Victoria Titova stood in one of Nida’s own designs which will be on the SGFW runway later today.
Class 95fm DJ Simone Heng was a real stunner in a scintillating gold cocktail dress.
Michael Pondaag from Harper’s Bazaar Indonesia blew us away with a vibrant ensemble consisting of a tailored suit jacket with colourful doodles, a graphic tee, a skull-embossed clutch and a straw hat (featuring the adorable Crayon Shin-chan).
Model Yi Chan Liang sure knows how to channel an alluring take on simple elegance. With lace and ruffled cuffs, her dress reflected a chic, old-world glamour.
Sarah Illyas peels back the rigid layers of a traditional coat and styles it off her shoulder, making for a sophisticated, chic look. She pairs the beige coat with a white turtle neck and some skinny jeans.
Leave it to fashion blogger Charles Sumithio to steal the show at SGFW with his fashion-forward floral suit. Feriska Sumithio was clad in a blazer scribbled with cute illustrations, which she paired with a beret and a pair of denim shorts – both of which were adorned with eyelets and hoops.
This fashionista from Hong Kong kept things edgy at SGFW with a deconstructed denim dungaree and a prim striped midi dress.
Aditya Permana nailed street-style athleisure with a green bomber jacker and a pair of track pants with open flaps and neon orange pipings.
Nadia Tan showed up in a chic beret and a navy suit cinched at the waist with a white lash strap.
Photos: Royston Neo