Known for her graphic tees and ‘90s-influenced streetwear, Danielle Guizio’s eponymous brand has come a long way since starting in 2014 – the 29-year-old was on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list just last year.
From denim jeans to signature sets, Danielle Guizio takes a modern deconstructed spin on traditional fits. Think cropped blazers, tailored cut-outs on denim tops and loosely draped cargo pants with one-too-many pockets. Guizio’s also managed to build a substantial following in just six years – when the brand dropped its own vintage denim line last December, it was rumoured to have 10,000 people on its waitlist for the exclusive stone-washed jeans.
And with her pieces spotted on It-girls like Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Bella and Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber, it’s easy to predict how big a hit this brand will be in Singapore.
Danielle Guizio is now available at Surrender Singapore. 268 Orchard Rd, #01-03, Singapore 238856
Ask stylists Jessica Jung and Dami Kwon how they’d describe pieces at We11Done, and they’ll say “rare and well done.” What birthed as an in-house label after the duo opened the cool concept shop Rare Market in Seoul is now the up-and-coming label that’s made its way from Korea to the West, thanks to its debut with ’00s Von-Dutch-esque graphic tees that played at memories.
With apparel that aims to blur the lines when it comes to dressing, apparel from We11Done are usually oversized and unisex. Some may pass off as regular basics at first, but the brand takes pride in adding their own touch to make pieces unique to the market through cuttings and fabrics. (Peep the alternative white shirt above.)
If there’s a way to describe We11Done’s fits, it’ll be “collage art” – the clash of fabrics, styles and silhouettes to bring a whole new fit. We’re 100% here for this brand.
We11Done is now available at Surrender Singapore. 268 Orchard Rd, #01-03, Singapore 238856
For designer Marie-Christine Statz, french pret-a-porter Gauchere sees structured fits and modern take on women’s workwear. Having been a designer at Narcisco Rodriguez and Diane Von Furstenberg, and the influence from these brands can be seen through her designs of neutral tones and feminine silhouettes.
From blazers with slits at the elbows to contemporary tailoring of outfits, there’s a variety of apparel for the everyday office and minimal looks on the streets.
This Spring Summer 2020, the brand makes use of various fabrics and cuts to meld together various outfits. By making corsets out of menswear shirts and neoprene tops to give volume, the collection accentuates the different parts of the female body.
Shop Gauchere at Club21 Singapore. 583 Orchard Road, #01-07
Drawing inspiration from pre-Goop Gwyneth Paltrow’s character, Marge Sherwood, from The Talented Mr Ripley, designer duo Sungeun Um and Soonyoung Kim embodies the sophistication of the female heroine through their bag designs.
With minimalist leather bags rounded at the edges for a touch of delicacy, bags have a contemporary touch to vintage silhouettes and see simple colours basic embossed leather pieces.
Bags from Marge Sherwood are also designed to be carried multiple ways, with small tweaks on the bag. Think minimal crossbody leather bags with a strap that could fold together in half for a shoulder bag, or the tote bag with a detachable strap to change the bag into a Japanese-style pouch shape.
Shop Marge Sherwood at Club21 Singapore. 583 Orchard Road, #01-07