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Get A Piece Of Wearable Art From Kult's New Merchandise Collection, Kult Kollab

Creative studio and art gallery, Kult, has teamed up with local production house, Design & Print International (DPi), for a seven-piece collection.

Kult Studio & Gallery has teamed up with local production house, Design & Print International (DPi), to launch a new merchandise collection. Titled Kult Kollab, the line combines art and fashion by turning street art into wearables. Launching as part of Multiply: A Majestic Playground by Straits Clan & Keepers at the New Majestic Hotel from 27 to 28 May, the collection features three t-shirts, two dresses and two caps.

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Artwork by By Lee Juyong (Korea)

The creative folks at Kult headed the selection of the artworks, with participating artists from around the world, such as Singapore, Korea and the UK. To be in line with Kult’s energy and edge, all the pieces have bold colours and imagery that stands out from the crowd.

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From left: Artworks by Mightyellow (Singapore) and Russell Ong (Singapore)

For the two-day launch event, attic suite room 404 of the historic New Majestic Hotel will be transformed into a vibrant showcase of the series. The existing furniture will be removed to create a clean and minimal space to display the collection, which will be worn on mannequins cascading from different heights.

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Artwork by Kittozutto (Singapore)

One highlight from the event is the “Triple Dare” activity, where participants have to choose from three mystery boxes, each containing a different experience, before entering a slow-motion photo booth.

 

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#1: Cotton t-shirt, $55
This tee is inspired by an artwork by Singaporean artist Kittozutto. See: The 10 most stylish sunglasses to don this season #2: Cotton cap, $40
There is a cap version too. #3: Linen and polyester dress, $55
This dress is inspired by an artwork by Korean artist Lee Juyong. See: Fashion editor Imran Jalal’s picks: 16 stylish items for the sci-fi girl #4: Cotton t-shirt, $55
This tee is inspired by an artwork by Singaporean artist Mightyellow. #5: Polyester-blend cap, $40
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This tee is inspired by an artwork by Singaporean artist Russell Ong. See: All the buys you need to get for the upcoming 1920s Gatsby party #7: Linen and polyester dress, $55
This dress is inspired by an artwork by English artist Russell Taysom.   The Kult Kollab launch is happening on 27 and 28 May, 11am to 8pm, at Room 404, New Majestic Hotel, 31-37 Bukit Pasoh Road. Like this? Check out Carrie K expands her popular pin-inspired jewellery, the season’s most stylish beachwear you need now and Cannes Film Festival 2017 kicks Off! From Asian style stars to popular It girls, here are our best dressed picks.