It’s an interesting showcase featuring an upcoming local designer and an emerging Japanese designer. One’s cultural and ethnic, the other is dreamy and carefree.

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In this new collection, Singapore designer Ong Shunmugam decided to deviate from her usual re-invented cheongsam designs, and focus on ethnic prints instead.

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The prints were inspired by iconic buildings in Singapore, and fabrics used were distinctively Asian. Think: batik and brocade.

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Check out the above video for Ong Shunmugam’s final walkthrough.

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Jun Okamoto’s segment was a sensory experience. The dreamy music set the imagery of an eden with childlike innocence and gypsies in interesting drapery and colours.

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I also love the printed leggings featured in several outfits.

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The front-row guest has an interesting ensemble to beat too!

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Love this version of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”. Totally befitting of the whole mood and feel of the collection.

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