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Lim Su Hui

Lim Su Hui

Fashion Designer / Graphic Designer

Fashion Designer / Graphic Designer

Singapore, Singapore

Singapore, Singapore

Lim Su Hui, a Singapore-based creative graduated with a BA(Hons) in Fashion Design and Textiles at LASALLE College of the Arts and a Diploma in Visual Communication and Media Design at Singapore Polytechnic. With an affinity for nature in her practice, her works are a marriage of the latent beauty from surrounding spaces and moments, exploring native artefacts, architecture, and nature. She currently explores sustainability in fashion surrounding innovative less waste practices while lacing lyrical expressions of Singapore heritage.

Recent Projects

Recent Projects

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Homeland

'Homeland’ is a poetic nod to Singapore’s nature and heritage landscapes reimagined in the 14th-century Fort Canning Hill. The collection is approached as storytelling from my walks in Fort Canning Hill into garments that play with the poetic notions of water transparency in digital prints and textures of architecture lingering in memories. It incorporates leftovers/off-cuts from one look into another, reflecting additional design detail. ‘Homeland’ explores geometric shapes as the primary silhouette, inspired by the style of architecture in the pattern-cutting process. The collection leftovers are repurposed into fabric strips which are hand-knotted as accessory pieces such as bags, using braiding, macramé, and crochet techniques.

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Homeland

'Homeland’ is a poetic nod to Singapore’s nature and heritage landscapes reimagined in the 14th-century Fort Canning Hill. The collection is approached as storytelling from my walks in Fort Canning Hill into garments that play with the poetic notions of water transparency in digital prints and textures of architecture lingering in memories. It incorporates leftovers/off-cuts from one look into another, reflecting additional design detail. ‘Homeland’ explores geometric shapes as the primary silhouette, inspired by the style of architecture in the pattern-cutting process. The collection leftovers are repurposed into fabric strips which are hand-knotted as accessory pieces such as bags, using braiding, macramé, and crochet techniques.

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Homeland

'Homeland’ is a poetic nod to Singapore’s nature and heritage landscapes reimagined in the 14th-century Fort Canning Hill. The collection is approached as storytelling from my walks in Fort Canning Hill into garments that play with the poetic notions of water transparency in digital prints and textures of architecture lingering in memories. It incorporates leftovers/off-cuts from one look into another, reflecting additional design detail. ‘Homeland’ explores geometric shapes as the primary silhouette, inspired by the style of architecture in the pattern-cutting process. The collection leftovers are repurposed into fabric strips which are hand-knotted as accessory pieces such as bags, using braiding, macramé, and crochet techniques.

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Homeland

'Homeland’ is a poetic nod to Singapore’s nature and heritage landscapes reimagined in the 14th-century Fort Canning Hill. The collection is approached as storytelling from my walks in Fort Canning Hill into garments that play with the poetic notions of water transparency in digital prints and textures of architecture lingering in memories. It incorporates leftovers/off-cuts from one look into another, reflecting additional design detail. ‘Homeland’ explores geometric shapes as the primary silhouette, inspired by the style of architecture in the pattern-cutting process. The collection leftovers are repurposed into fabric strips which are hand-knotted as accessory pieces such as bags, using braiding, macramé, and crochet techniques.

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Homeland

'Homeland’ is a poetic nod to Singapore’s nature and heritage landscapes reimagined in the 14th-century Fort Canning Hill. The collection is approached as storytelling from my walks in Fort Canning Hill into garments that play with the poetic notions of water transparency in digital prints and textures of architecture lingering in memories. It incorporates leftovers/off-cuts from one look into another, reflecting additional design detail. ‘Homeland’ explores geometric shapes as the primary silhouette, inspired by the style of architecture in the pattern-cutting process. The collection leftovers are repurposed into fabric strips which are hand-knotted as accessory pieces such as bags, using braiding, macramé, and crochet techniques.

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Homeland

'Homeland’ is a poetic nod to Singapore’s nature and heritage landscapes reimagined in the 14th-century Fort Canning Hill. The collection is approached as storytelling from my walks in Fort Canning Hill into garments that play with the poetic notions of water transparency in digital prints and textures of architecture lingering in memories. It incorporates leftovers/off-cuts from one look into another, reflecting additional design detail. ‘Homeland’ explores geometric shapes as the primary silhouette, inspired by the style of architecture in the pattern-cutting process. The collection leftovers are repurposed into fabric strips which are hand-knotted as accessory pieces such as bags, using braiding, macramé, and crochet techniques.

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Homeland

'Homeland’ is a poetic nod to Singapore’s nature and heritage landscapes reimagined in the 14th-century Fort Canning Hill. The collection is approached as storytelling from my walks in Fort Canning Hill into garments that play with the poetic notions of water transparency in digital prints and textures of architecture lingering in memories. It incorporates leftovers/off-cuts from one look into another, reflecting additional design detail. ‘Homeland’ explores geometric shapes as the primary silhouette, inspired by the style of architecture in the pattern-cutting process. The collection leftovers are repurposed into fabric strips which are hand-knotted as accessory pieces such as bags, using braiding, macramé, and crochet techniques.

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Homeland

'Homeland’ is a poetic nod to Singapore’s nature and heritage landscapes reimagined in the 14th-century Fort Canning Hill. The collection is approached as storytelling from my walks in Fort Canning Hill into garments that play with the poetic notions of water transparency in digital prints and textures of architecture lingering in memories. It incorporates leftovers/off-cuts from one look into another, reflecting additional design detail. ‘Homeland’ explores geometric shapes as the primary silhouette, inspired by the style of architecture in the pattern-cutting process. The collection leftovers are repurposed into fabric strips which are hand-knotted as accessory pieces such as bags, using braiding, macramé, and crochet techniques.

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