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Updated: Monday, 30 December 2013 09:54 | By Staff Writer, LifestyleAsia.com

Singapore’s standout fashionistas of 2013

Azawi David, fashion and celebrity stylist and Lifestyle Asia fashion insider gives us a rundown of Singapore's standout fashionistas of 2013.


Singapore’s standout fashionistas of 2013

Singapore’s standout fashionistas of 2013

Linda Black with husband Oli Pettigrew at Fide Fashion Week 2013. She wears a dress by VVHATIF. 

Linda Black is a veteran in the modeling and entertainment industry, with 20 years of experience under her belt. She’s been in front of the camera for 18 years as actor and television host. Originally from Texas, Linda started her international modeling career at the age of 17 and has graced almost every major fashion capital in the world throughout her career.

From the runways of Milan to the cutting edge fashion capital of Tokyo, Linda has been on the cover of countless magazines, fashion spreads, print campaigns, billboards and TV commercials. She’s been the face of Fossil, Kanebo, Bvlgari, Cosmopolitan magazine Japan, Glamour magazine US, and is frequently featured in Singapore magazines including Her World, Women’s Weekly, and Simply Her.

She moved to Singapore seven years ago on a modeling contract and quickly appeared on TV as the sexy and enigmatic spy “Clansi” in a series of shorts for AXN. She traveled the region in search of indigenous tribes in Channel News Asia’s “Heritage Hunter”, and moonlighted in Malaysia for a series of shorts for the newly launched Food Network Asia.

HTC Celebrity Ambassador, mother of 2, and an active member of [the]Collective, Linda recently posed as Marilyn Monroe for the Singapore Cancer Society 2013 media campaign. Linda is a fearless and versatile talent who is always willing to try something different when it comes to fashion. She’s a loyal advocate for Singapore’s local designers, and she can certainly rock any ensemble.

Follow Linda Black on Twitter @lindaxenia

Singapore’s standout fashionistas of 2013

Bryan Goh, fashion stylist, wears T-shirt by Alexander Wang, skinny jeans by Uniqlo, wedges by Rick Owens, bag by Proenza Schouler and snapback by Kvlture.

Bryan Goh is an aspiring stylist who only wears black. For him, it’s the most flattering colour, and it’s easy for him to make black outfits look either edgy, laid back or casual. He’s obsessed with draped clothes and leather, and most of the time he’s seen wearing one or the other with his favourite black tee.

He’s inspired by French “Vogue”; he loves the magazine’s aesthetic. It boasts a rock and roll appeal which he loves, and the editorial team is so chic it hurts him. His favorite local designers include Sifr for great menswear basics, The Cult of Nine for grunge pieces like great t-shirts and The Scarlet Room for affordable and seasonal accessories.

Follow Bryan Goh on Instagram @bryangohey

Singapore’s standout fashionistas of 2013

Andrew Loh and Kenny Lim designers of Depression are loyal to the fashion label they pioneered. You’ll only ever see them wearing their own designs.

Singaporean designers Andrew Loh and Kenny Lim wear only what they make. Their style is bold and true to their design ethos. The duo has been breaking boundaries both regionally and internationally. Their collections have been spotted on local celebrities in Singapore, to Hollywood’s red carpet when rock stars Adam Lambert and Taboo from Black Eyed Peas put their best foot forward in Depression footwear.

Andrew and Kenny’s style is versatile and androgynous. The pair deserves to be named standout fashionistas for their fearlessness and freedom to expressing their unique style.

Find out more about local fashion label Depression on their website.

Singapore’s standout fashionistas of 2013

Rana Flinter, Editor-in-chief of Marie France.

The beautiful Rana started out as a fashion blogger with her own blog, Bonjour Singapore. No one could have missed her with that vibrant fashion style and lovely big hair that makes her instantly recognisable. She’s on a mission to help local designers and tell the world that Singaporean designers are worth paying attention to. Rana’s style is always bright and colorful, just like her personality. She adds a little touch of culture in everything she wears and owns the exotic-chic domain!

Contributed by Azawi David, fashion insider and celebrity stylist. Follow him on Instagram @DIVONISTA.

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