Exhibition: SING (星), fashion+film+music

Fashion designer/musician Lilia Yip presents her first fashion + film + music exhibition SING (星) in Singapore opening this Friday. Inspired by her love for Hong Kong film comedies from the 1990s starring film artiste Stephen Chow, SING (星) is a collection of ethical women’s and men’s clothing that uses light-hearted surrealism to convey ideas of ethical design and design activism.

SING (星) also features the first screening of a short film (of the same name) made in collaboration with filmmaker Jessica Kneipp for the collection, as well as a short film by video artist Alvaro Collar. There will be two evening performances by local band morphy, fronted by Yip, whose music is used in these films.

The exhibition runs through 24 February at Night and Day. Short films will be screened throughout the day as part of the exhibition. Live gigs by morphy on 18 and 19 February at 8.30 pm. Free Admission with selected works for sale.

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