Last Friday, Hugo Boss had a delightful showcase of its FW18 men and womenswear at the Marina Bay Convention Centre, where we saw Olympian gold medallist and Boss Ambassador Joseph Schooling walk his first runway show ever. We also got to see Hollywood A-listers like Chris Hemsworth (who we couldn’t take our eyes off) and Sebastian Stan, as well as other personalities like mixed martial artist Mike Perry and the ever-so-stylish South Korean model Park Soo Joo, who got the crowd grooving to her tunes at the after-party. Here, we suss out some of the best-dressed folks at the event.
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Model Fiona Fussi graced the black carpet in an elegant evening gown.
When does Singapore it girl and owner of multi-brand boutique Surrender Mae Tan ever disappoint with her looks? The answer is never. We’re obsessed with the way she pulls off this oversized blazer with trousers to match, keeping the outfit duo-chromatic with a white crop top and heels.
If a gorgeous lady in your arm is the best accessory to sport at an event, local musician Jon Chua of The Sam Willows has got it all right. His TV host and Insta-babe of a fiancee, Amanda Chaang, was decked out in a killer all-black look that coordinates perfectly with Jon’s.
Our very own Female Collective’s it girl Charmaine Seah-Ong was spotted looking effortlessly chic in her all-black ensemble.
Boss ambassador Joseph Schooling ditched his speedos for a change, and we’re not complaining. The Olympic superstar looked just as charismatic in a finely tailored suit.
The highlight of the event – our nation’s pride and glory standing abreast Hollywood stars Chris Hemsworth and Sebastian Stan. With these three fine men that look better in real life than on the TV screens, we’re pretty sure it’s not the cheerleader effect playing with our cognition.
(From left) Jon Chua, Sandra Riley Tang and Benjamin Kheng from local band The Sam Willows prove to us that their good looks are on par with their musical success. What we’re loving? How fresh Ben Kheng looked in his deep green suit.
Rest your doubts, fashion photographer Chuando Tan, who became an Internet sensation overnight for his boyish good looks at age 50, looks just as sharp in real life as he does in his Instagram pictures. He definitely stood out from the crowd in a bowtie and a pinstripe patterned blazer.