Few blur the lines between minimalism, maximalism, androgyny and more like Max Tan. Since 2010 the Singapore native has been shattering fashion constraints using striking geometry, eye catching patters and unconventional designs. We have been big fans over the past few years and the designer continues to release amazing work and the Fall/Winter 2018-2019 collection is a prime example.
Inspired by idols of ancient Egypt (one of our favorite subjects), the new collection examines the boundary, or lack thereof, of right and wrong and the dichotomy of black and white. Intentional mistakes are seen throughout the garments and the deconstructed fabrics wrap around one's body like caftans. A circular loop seen on top of the Ankh, informs sleeves that are co-joined at both ends. Anubis’ weighing of the heart against a feather, sees lopsided garments take on an asymmetrical construction and draping approach.
Once again Max Tan delivers a feast for the eyes and a unique collection for the most forward thinking individuals. We can't wait to see what's next.