Sing Yu Chan is a student from the London College of Fashion Menswear. When creating his graduate collection, the young designer explored the concept of metamorphosis throughout the line.
The concept was translated through his unique color combinations, deconstructed tailoring techniques and his organic material pairings that were sustainable and fashion-forward.
Sing Yu Chan's Graduate collection was created in collaboration with designer Yuan Tian who created the line's knitwear pieces. The heritage-inspired collection is displayed in a catalog image series that is captured by photographer Jose Montemayor.
The vanguard lookbook features styling by Sophia Drakou and stars model Oliver Cookson at AMCK. Oliver poses in boxy silhouettes, structured outerwear pieces and layered looks that are a modern take on culturally themed staples.
Sing Yu Chan's Graduate Collection Highlights Cultural Fashions
1. Metamorphosis in Fashion - Exploring the concept of metamorphosis in fashion opens up opportunities for artistic and transformative designs.
2. Sustainable and Fashion-forward Materials - Embracing organic and sustainable materials in fashion presents opportunities to create eco-friendly and innovative clothing.
3. Culturally Themed Staples - Revitalizing culturally themed staples with modern aesthetics creates a unique fusion of tradition and contemporary style.
1. Fashion Design - Fashion designers can leverage the concept of metamorphosis to create bold and boundary-pushing collections.
2. Textile and Material Manufacturing - The demand for sustainable and fashion-forward materials opens up opportunities for textile and material manufacturers to innovate and produce eco-friendly alternatives.
3. Styling and Photography - Cultural-inspired fashion allows stylists and photographers to experiment with creative and visually captivating compositions.