The founders of homegrown fashion label IN GOOD COMPANY shed light on the design processes that guide their business—in clothes making, in-store, and online.
IN GOOD COMPANY makes another home, and takes their collaborators, friends, and all of us along for the ride.
Chinese couturier Guo Pei looks back on her 30 years in the industry and what luxury means to her.
Elyn Wong, founder of cult fashion label Stolen, on perception as expressed through the vacillating nature of the garment, and the growing seamlessness between disciplines.
A singularly modern-contemporary Singapore label, created by four friends to cater to everyone in the family, turns three.
Sven Tan, co-founder and designer of IN GOOD COMPANY, on the back-end artistry that unfolds in the IGC studio.
The redefinition of beauty through the eyes and hands of Letitia Phay, of gown atelier Time Taken to Make a Dress.
A conversation with the designer and founder of Devoa, on why clothes are our second skin and new muscles for bodies of our future.
Style meets substance with Fair Isle Knitwear, as a young woman weaves herself seamlessly into a foreign community.
There’s no line between work and play when you’re living your dreams.
The story of Chanel’s Little Black Jacket and its evolution through the decades.
Nadya Hutagalung, on translating her eco-friendly beliefs into sustainable fashion choices.
Hussein Chalayan, on his latest collection, Rise, and the constant need for escape.
Dion Lee, on understanding every contour of the female form to create modern, lasting womenswear.
A history of Chanel Cruise and the evolution of the maritime-inspired collection over the ages.
Multi-label boutique Inhabit on their belief in standing by young and unknown labels as they grow along together.
A conversation with a craftsman of the Zeitgeist.
A conversation with half of Song For The Mute on the progression of an ambition.