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Dylan Ho Zhen Bin

Singapore

Aspiring designer that is heavily inspired from every aspect of history and music. Aims to bridge art and fashion with everyday life.

Dylan loves designs that has the complexity of being simple looking but the sweet balance of elegance and sterility with limited palate, design that is not pretentious. Dylan strives to design garments that question and challenges the modern couture, for Dylan, this is the highest level of confidence and genius where every detail is calculated and sharp.

Brutalism is a perfect concept for life after Covid-19 as this pandemic has a similar mood and after effect like wars that has happened in the past. Brutalism remerged at a time of urgent need for large-scale, affordable residential architecture, even though some buildings may look “old” “dull” , Brutalism is still considered modernism. The most important similarity between fashion and architecture is that they share the same starting point: the human body; both disciplines have a function of protecting-if not sheltering-the body, the flesh, and skin, itself,”

Strong silhouettes, Protection, Textures

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