SG50 Singapore Fashion Runway


SG50 Singapore Fashion Runway, a community initiative supported by the SG50 Celebration Fund, came to a spectacular end with a grand finale show on 13 December 2015 at *SCAPE.

This project, which brought Singaporeans and Singapore residents together to design, produce and co-create 50 outfits that are inspired by Singapore's culture proved once and for all that there is immense talent in Singapore – past, present and future.

Minister Grace Fu, Minister of Culture, Community & Youth and Leader of the House was the Gust of Honour for the occasion. Minister Grace Fu also further supported the platform of SG50 Singapore Fashion Runway by wearing a dress designed by its founder, Eileen Yap together with two home-based seamstresses, Ms Suria Affizah  and Ms Salina Salim. The outfit had beautiful floral prints and was inspired by the gardens of Singapore.

The finale began with an amazing video showcase presenting the highlights of the SG50 Singapore Fashion Runway project since its launch in June 2015.

This was followed by a runway show of designs created by SG50 Singapore Fashion Runway participants as well as local fashion labels who joined forces on this initiative – Bloom Singapore, Dulcetfig, Anje, Funfit, Petite Dress Boutique, Little Qipao, Noel Caleb, Little Odd Forest, Chere & Dillon, 1214 Alley, Formasian Label, Q Menswear, Batua by Barsha, Fanurly and Singlestitch.

Local artistes and media celebrities Tracy Lee, Shona Woo and Dian Sharlin also gave tremendous support to this project by walking the ramp in designs created by SG50 Singapore Fashion Runway designers

After the runway show, SG50 Singapore Fashion Runway founder, Eileen Yap presented a  certificate of appreciation to each of the 7 Top Contributing SG50 Singapore Fashion Runway participants:

1. Felicia Ow – Designer & Artisan, Community Engagement, Organizing Committee

2. Hana Amin Yunn – Designer & Artisan

3. Harshini Sudarshan – Designer & Artisan, Choreographer

4. Sam Tam – Photographer, Community Engagement, Committee

5. Tabitha  Manresa – Designer & Artisan, Visual Merchandiser, Organizing Committee

6. Yvonne Low – Designer & Artisan, Community Engagement, Organizing Committee

7. Yy Low – Model Trainer, Choreographer, Organizing Committee

Minister Grace Fu also presented certificates of appreciation to the 7 top voted SG50 Singapore Fashion Runway designers:

1. Chan Wai Keen Simon

2. Felicia Ow

3. Harshini Sudarshan

4. Fathiah Nur Liyana

5. Megan Lim

6. Roshni Vasudevan

7. Sally Marcella Setiawan

Minister Grace Fu was presented a token of appreciation by Mr. Winston Tai, local designer and Managing Director of fine jewellery brand Bloom Singapore. SG50 Vanda Ms Joaquim earrings, presented to Minister Grace Fu, were especially designed and handcrafted by Winston and matched the Vanda  Ms Joaquim necklace that Minister Grace Fu was wearing for the show.

Minister Grace Fu also took out time from her busy schedule to view the gallery showcase of the works  of all artists, designers and labels

More Pic at Gallery:Singapore Fashion Runway