Jersey bodysuit (price unavailable), and nylon puffer jackets, $4,090 and $3,230, Moncler 0 Richard Quinn.
Before the puffer jacket gained the sort of recognition it has today, it was merely a necessity. Enter the likes of Balenciaga and Moncler, who turned it upside down and inside out, repurposing the utilitarian item by playing with its proportions, using an explosion of prints, and putting it on the runway.
This season, the puffer jacket hits a new peak. With street-cred attached, it’s no longer reserved for the slopes. Even more so with the Moncler Genius series of collaboration projects with some of the coolest fashion designers to date.
It makes it easier for us to justify wearing a winter wardrobe, especially when it’s fashionable and functional. – ST
Leather coat with shearling trim (price unavailable), Loewe.
A Deeper Shade of Beige
Enter the neutral zone of F/W ’19 by piling on different nude tones. Between camel, ivory, tan, almond, wheat, fawn and sand, the season’s endless list of “natural” colours is truly a wonder in itself. – ST
La Voyageuse LGP Velours leather tote, $1,835, Longchamp.
Wool coat, $2,059, Max Mara.
Corduroy skirt (price unavailable), Coach.
Straight-legged denim jeans, $109, H&M.
Clockwise from top: Wool pullover, $415, Sandro; Corduroy overalls (price unavailable), Mango; Silk tie, $520, Gucci; Leather boots, $229, Zara.
Clockwise from top left: Cotton skirt, $350, Pinko; Lined polyester jacket, $690, Maje; Shearling jacket, $2,100, Sandro; Corduroy jacket (price unavailable), Mango.
PHOTOGRAPHY VERONICA TAY
STYLING WINDY AULIA, ASSISTED BY SEAN THAM
HAIR & MAKEUP AUDREY WEE, USING YSL BEAUTE