Closing the ‘Korean Night’ for the Men’s Fashion Week 2012 Singapore was General Idea with its show titled ‘After Games’ inspired by the 1968 Winter Olympics. The A/W 12 collection is highly-wearable and sporty with performance-ready, padded menswear for the fit and fashionable in quilted fabrics, kneepad detailing and fur collars. The entire collection made the sporty-look so stylish, colorful and chic.
Inspired by Charlie Chaplin, D.GNAK’s A/W 12 collection featured an updated take on classic suits where varied cuts and additional flaps and panels were added. Injecting a quirky and fun element into the show was the use of cane sticks with models jumping and mimicking Charlie Chaplin, sending a light-heart and fun mood in the air. The collection comprise of mostly greys and blacks but D.GNAK made it really stylish and fun to wear.
The ‘Korean Night’ of Men’s Fashion Week Singapore proves to be an evening worth looking at. Following the opening shows from Beyond Closet and Yandal, Resurrection was next in line featuring a collection of military meets sophisticated goth chic. Intricate designs combined with naturally falling silhouette with volume and ‘drop’ shoulder gave an accent of the look of the ‘Transformational Military Look’.
Vandal was up next on Day 2 of Men’s Fashion Week Singapore with a sombre, all black presentation with an interesting play on soft fabrics, creating intricate designs from asymmetrical jackets to draping and pleating, the looks were completed with identical cone hats worn by all models.
Beyond Closet kicked off Day 2 of MFW Singapore 2012 with an entertaining F/W 2012 presentation that featured shades of blues and reds, that were staples in the collection, with most looks featuring various types of pullovers that exuded boyish charm and collegiate looks.