Have a passion for fashion? For those who’ve recently thrown your mortarboard in the air – congratulations on graduating! – and are certain that fashion is your calling, MDIS School of Fashion and Design (SFD) could be your first step to pursuing a thrilling career in the sartorial world. If you’re still unsure whether the fashion industry is a good fit for you, here are some reasons why you should consider applying to SFD to get yourself started.

#1 Gain a headstart

For those who are serious about turning your passion into a career, SFD opens up a world of opportunities to help you get your proverbial foot in the door. Learning doesn’t just take place in a classroom – students will also have the chance to collaborate with famous designers and major brands as well as participate in fashion shows such as the Singapore Fashion Week during or after their course of study. Not only does it help you to score regional exposure, it’s also a great platform to make and expand your connections within the industry.

#2 Get Your Hands Dirty

In the fast-paced and ever-changing landscape of fashion, it’s all about gaining experience. SFD emphasises on hands-on learning based on live projects, which allows you to familiarise yourself with real-world assignments. To further prepare you for the workforce, they also offer internship placements in local and international companies for students to explore their career interests. Internships are where you can learn on the job, plus they make for killer resumes that could give you a competitive edge over the rest. And if the bosses are impressed with your creativity and work spirit, they might even offer you a full-time position in the future!

#3 Learn From The Best

Armed with a dedicated pool of professionals, you’ll be in the good hands of lecturers and technicians who hold a wealth of experience under their belt. These are people who are experts in the field and who better to learn from than the ones who know it best? Besides, you’ll be surrounded by like- minded peers who are just as passionate and driven as you are, which is an awesome way to spark ideas and keep yourself motivated.

#4 Equipped For Success

Apart from boasting well-established networks and an industry- relevant curriculum, SFD also prides itself on creating a conducive and inspiring learning environment with its top-notch facilities. In addition to the well-equipped classrooms and laboratories, students also get access to the on-campus Fashion Labs, where they can try their hands on pattern making, fabric handling, sewing and more.

#5 The Possibilities Are Endless

Although competitive and hard to break into, it’s a dynamic industry with plenty of areas you can specialise and carve your own niche in. For those who are business savvy and have a creative eye, the International Foundation Diploma in Fashion Design and Marketing should be right up your alley. Interested in finding out more about the various industries? Consider the Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Fashion Product and Promotion instead, where you get to learn everything from styling to merchandising, portfolio development to events management.

#6 Ready To Get Hired?

An exciting host of job prospects await upon completion of the programmes! With ample formal training at SFD, you’ll graduate with a glowing portfolio that could give you a jumpstart on your creative career. Having a diverse portfolio not only showcases your professional work, but also reflects your personality and design sensibility. Whether you’re an aspiring costume designer, a budding stylist or simply interested in fashion, your future is bright at SFD!

Interested in finding out more? Check out the various programmes that MDIS School of Fashion and Design has to offer here.

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Rihanna's Savage X Fenty Lingerie Is Everything We Ever Needed And More

12 May 2018 by Chew Hui Ling

Rihanna did it again. After making ripples across the beauty industry with her 40-shade Fenty Beauty foundation range, our resident girl boss has expanded her empire to include an all-inclusive lingerie line. Enter Savage X Fenty, which features a diverse variety of bras, corsets, bodysuits and underwear that caters to women of every shape and size.


Don’t sleep! SAVAGEX.com drops worldwide at 12:01 AM EST!

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“Women should be wearing lingerie for their damn selves. I can only hope to encourage confidence and strength by showing lingerie in another light. You don’t have to stick to one personality with lingerie; it’s fun to play around. You can be cute and playful one week and a black widow next week. I want people to wear Savage x Fenty and think, I’m a bad b*tch. I want women to own their beauty.”

Bras will be available from 32A to 44DD, with lingerie, undies and loungewear coming in sizes from XS to 3XL. And it doesn’t hurt that everything’s incredibly affordable, with many of the pieces ringing in under $200 SGD. Even better, Savage x Fenty ships to Singapore!

Click through the gallery to check out some of our favourite pieces.

Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty Lingerie is now available online at www.savagex.com.


Here's Your First Look At EXO Baekhyun's New Streetwear Line

7 May 2018 by Chew Hui Ling

It’s no secret that Baekhyun’s one heck of a multi-talented man – he’s got the vocals, the looks, the charm, and the style factor that will eventually lead the K-pop sensation to launch his own fashion line. Introducing Privé by BBH, a unisex streetwear label that will officially launch on 1 July.

According to Vogue, the project was conceived when fashion editor and stylist Danyl Geneciran came onboard as the brand director of the New York-based fashion brand. Instead of finding a famous face to front the campaign, the L’Officiel fashion editor wanted to partner up with “a true collaborator”. “I really wanted an artist to be hands-on and committed to being part of the brand,” says Danyl, which led him to appoint Baekhyun as the co-creative director of Privé.


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The debut six-piece collection will consist of unisex T-shirts, hoodies and sweatshirts, followed by monthly drops of coats, bomber jackets and other streetwear essentials. As the creative brains behind the brand, Baekhyun’s signature style is evident in many of the designs – even the self-portraits and contact sheets on the pieces were shot personally by Baekhyun. Considering the EXO member’s star power, one would’ve expected the price tag to be much higher. However, it’s surprisingly affordable and accessible to everyone. Get this: everything’s under $100.

Click through the gallery to peep the pieces.

Featured image credit: Ahn Yeonhoo

Privé by BBH will be available from 1 July 2018 on priveny.com.


10 Adorable Berets You'll Never Want To Take Off

25 Apr 2018 by Julia Yee

It’s official: berets are the new flower crowns. With countless K-pop celebrities and Hollywood stars donning them in style, it’s no doubt that berets are fast becoming a staple in our modern wardrobe. But hey, we’re not complaining; nothing ties an outfit together quite like a quirky head accessory. 

Scroll through the gallery to shop our top picks!

As we breeze through spring to greet summer, it’s time to bring out the bold prints and vibrant hues. Take a cue from these IG personalities and deck out your spring/summer wardrobe in fun, wearable looks!


 Get the look: Miss Selfridge Pinstripe Ruched Sleeve Belted Jumpsuit, $56.11, ASOS, Free People Marilyn Kitten Heel Boots, $50.90, Zalora

Style tip: To prevent the body suit from looking too plain, incorporate elements such as contrasting accessories or a pair of statement footwear to break out of the uniform tone.



Sunniva boho top now available for backorder!

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Get the look: Sunniva Boho Top, $31.90, The Juice Market, 3-pack Necklace, $12.95, H&M, Square Straw Crossbody Bag, $29.90, Forever 21

Style tip: Complete your festival-ready getup with intricate jewellery pieces and a chic tassel bag – and you’re all set to channel your inner Coachella babe!



Who doesn’t love a pink power suit! 💖@maxandco #extraordinaryeveryday #maxandco

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Get the look: Short Sleeve Blazer, $49.90, Pomelo, Anthens Trouser, $128.17, Fenn Wright Manson, Straight Cotton Trousers, $41.90, Mango, Pimkie Circle Cross Body Bag, $26.70, Pimkie

Style tip: Pair the formal suit with a pair of casual sneakers to transform your ensemble into a wearable everyday look. 


Get the look: Striped High Waist Shorts, $35.90, Striped Top with Wooden Button, $29.90, Pull & Bear, Wrap Cardigan in Colourblock, $45.42, ASOS

Style tip: Put a spin to the twinset trend by throwing on a colourblock outerwear against the co-ord combo.


Get the look: Colour Block Print Sweatshirt, $69.90, Soft Denim Biker Jogger Jeans, $89.90, Zara

Style tip: If you prefer a subtle take on the colourblocking trend, mix it up with a pair of classic denim jeans for a street-chic vibe.


Get the look: Missguided Floral Print Wrap Dress, $21.38, ASOS, Beaded Earrings with Fringing, $29.90, Zara

Style tip: An easy way to fancy up a casual maxi? Complement your outfit with a pair of stylish earrings and toss your hair into a ponytail to let it stand out, while still preserving the breezy, windswept look.


Get the look: Basic Short Sleeve Polo Shirt, $19.90, Pull & Bear, Yellow Suit Trousers, $89.90, Zara

Style tip: Switch out dull tones in your smart casuals for a pop of pastel to brighten up the otherwise monotonous look.  



Full outfit available on @thejuicemarket now 💯

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Get the look: Kaia Check Blazer, $44.90, Kaia Check Shorts, $29.90, Back to Basic V Neck T-Shirt, $21.90, The Juice Market

Style tip: Pair your checkered garb with a plain top to give off a sophisticated touch while keeping it casual. When mixing patterns, match it with similar colour tones so it wouldn’t look too jarring.


Get the look: Plunge Top with Knot Front in Strawberry Print, $39.19, Vero Moda Daisy Print Denim Short, $49.88, ASOS, Woven Bomber Jacket, $89.90, Linen T-shirt, $39.90, Zara

Style tip: Go crazy with prints this summer, whether it’s tropical motifs, polka dots or wild patterns.

More fashion inspiration: 7 Skincare Essentials To Get You Through Singapore’s Scorching Hot Weather, Cool Summer Hairstyles To Beat The Heat15 Sunglasses You Need This Summer

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