Overlaying drapery, exaggerated silhouettes and intriguing details – Max Tan‘s Spring/Summer 2017 show at Singapore Fashion Week was, in short, a rebellious one.
Besides his signature androgynous, monochromatic pieces, which were obviously prominent throughout the show, he dwelled deeper into the use of different materials to create feminine looks juxtaposed with boyish cuts. In essence, the 30-piece collection was Tan’s way of questioning the nuances of what made a garment feminine or masculine, and also demonstrated his interpretations of androgyny.
Below, five things that stood out pre- and post-show:
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