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Make It Fashun!

Kam Raslan | Ian Loh | Sim Wie Boon

26-Dec-20 11:00

Make It Fashun!

This week’s A Bit of Culture revolves around fashion, together with stylist and editor Ian Loh and Morning Run’s Sim Wie Boon completing the trio. Driving the conversation first on the history of neckties, Kam dissects the origin of this piece of cloth to further understand its symbolism through the ages. Moving on, Sim questions the heart of collaboration between fashion brands these days, what is the sole objective of a collaboration? Is it the intention of creating something or purely a marketing ploy? Summing up this week’s episode, Ian discusses men in dresses, why aren’t we celebrating it? Ultimately, driving a point home that dressing up is just a form of expression, regardless of your gender.

Produced by: Ali Johan


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Tags:  fashion collaborationsIan Lohgender-fluidviralitystreetwear collaborationsbrand ethosfashion-forwardRetail, Fashion, Luxury GoodsCulture, History, Heritage


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