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Throughout the month of August, T is running a special digital series that pays tribute to the artists and creatives who have contributed to the development and evolution of Singapore’s arts and culture scene.
On the set of T’s August cover shoot, nine local faces, with their infectious energy and youthful spirit, enliven the season’s best looks.
The spotlight on Singapore’s models has, although dimmed, never gone out — especially for these new faces who continue to put the nation on fashion’s map.
A new report on factories in Malaysia that create products for Brooks Brothers, Levi’s, LL Bean and others examines the high prices workers pay for their jobs.
This nylon cape is part of Craig Green’s latest balancing act of protection and functionality.
Digital Dior. Remote Chanel. The first streamed couture shows were more like mini-movies, music videos, trailers and perfume commercials. There were some clothes, too.
The season’s new code of femininity strikes a balance between bright florals and black leather, structured and shapely.
Inside a cloth-wrapped parcel delivered to who would have been JW Anderson’s show guests, creative director Jonathan Anderson distilled his latest creations using fabrics and memorabilia.
Now that the shows have gone digital, an army of independent contractors — seamstresses, photographers, security guards — is now largely unemployed.
This month, we celebrate the brands, designers and artists who are changing the conversation by looking ahead.
For the actress Ni Ni, one’s true self and role in society are constructed — and reconstructed — in a perpetual process of performance and presentation.
Kim Jones’s ability to make the biggest trends in fashion work for him can be seen in his Air Dior capsule released as part of the Pre-Fall ’20 menswear collection.
After the ill-fated campaign rally in Tulsa, an accessory becomes a symbol.
The cultural shift in the way people are addressing social issues has demanded that the fashion industry take greater social responsibility in order to move forward.
This is not the house Audrey Hepburn’s image built.
For those at home, Hillary Taymour, the creative director of Collina Strada, offers a creative use for excess beets.
As the world adjusts to the new normal of restricted living, two artists — the fashion designer Christopher John Rogers and the jeweller Kim Dunham — share their views on creativity.
The sisters behind the fashion label Rodarte, Laura and Kate Mulleavy, show us how to turn kitchen towels and costume jewellery into a carry-all.
In the fashion film accompanying T’s June cover story, Park Seo Jun displays playful antics on set, wholly embracing the effervescent side hidden beneath his usual gentlemanly poise.
Toton Januar’s narratively rich designs eschew from typical Indonesian design elements to speak more of his heritage.
Being uncomfortable is the way that Korean superstar Park Seo Jun grows as an actor and a human.
For a collaboration with Singapore-based shoe label Charles & Keith, Danish designer Cecilie Bahnsen translated the poetry of her dresses into footwear.
A city, poised on the edge of Europe and the rest of the world, became the incubator for talents like Dries Van Noten, Haider Ackermann and Ann Demeulemeester.
Informed by Italy’s rich tradition of leather work, the Galleria handbag is assembled from 83 fastidiously crafted pieces.
For T Singapore’s cover shoot in New York, the “Homeland” actress puts on a flurry of the season’s boldest staples.
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