时尚盛典FASHION EX­TRAV­A­GANZA

2017 年 LOTI国际时尚盛典在赞美广场举办三天,请来许多才华横溢的中国设计师到本地秀创意。ZBBZ是这次盛会的指定双语杂志。The 2017 LOTI In­ter­na­tional Fash­ion Fes­ti­val show­cased sev­eral Chi­nese de­sign­ers who made rare ap­pear­ances in Sin­ga­pore with their de­signs. ZBBZ was the of­fi­cial bilin­gual mag­a­zine of the ev

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今年,数码时装周首次与LOT I络缇集团合作联办LOTI国际时尚盛典,5月29日至31日在赞美广场举办了三天的时装秀。

LOTI国际时尚盛典旨在成为中国与新加坡时装交流的平台,因此有许多才华横溢的中国设计师来到本地。中国数一数二的殿堂级设计师计文波在盛典首日带来个人秀,其他设计师如刘思聪、马安雅、余超群、邱梓豪和蒋熙则带来精彩的联合展示。

除了为中国设计师提供一个走出大中华的机会,这场时尚盛会也让本地设计拥有通往大中华 市场的契机,例如本地设计师陈书林就在盛典第二天带来个人秀,展示他简单中带叛逆色彩的大胆设计。

第三晚的闭幕秀是《联合早报》独家呈献的Vicky’Z亲子时装秀。小朋友一走上伸展台就成为全场焦点,看他们走秀时喜形于色,风格自然且富有童真,紧张的反倒是观众席中的家长。爸爸妈妈们手不离机频按快门,时而对小模特儿评头论足,时而惊呼:“太可爱了!”亲子关系台上台下一样精彩。

闭幕晚宴另一惊喜是找来10位名媛走秀,展 示中国品牌Alice Yu的设计。这10位名媛来自本地、澳门、厦门和巴黎等地,其中包括Yuli珠宝创始人兼董事胡玉莉和亨利通医疗董事兼健康顾问潘琳。

闭幕晚宴也举行慈善拍卖会,拍卖品包括主办单位、各赞助商和社会名流捐出的画作、稀有红酒、白金宝石戒指、酒店住宿和餐饮礼券等,本地艺人陈汉玮也落足心思亲手制作漂亮的手工书。观众当晚热情参与拍卖,筹得10万7200新元,其中一半捐给旨在帮助弱势青少年和家庭的本地慈善团体彼岸社会服务。

This year, the Dig­i­tal Fash­ion Week teamed up with the LOTI Group for the first time for the LOTI In­ter­na­tional Fash­ion Fes­ti­val that was held from May 29 to 31 at CHI­JMES. Cat­walk shows were held on all three days at the fes­ti­val.

This fes­ti­val is po­si­tioned as an ex­change plat­form for Sin­ga­pore and Chi­nese fash­ion. As such, a num­ber of Chi­nese de­sign­ers made rare ap­pear­ances at the event. Ji Wenbo, con­sid­ered a top-notch de­signer in China, was in Sin­ga­pore with his solo show on the first day. Mod­els at the fes­ti­val also walked down the run­way in joint shows that show­cased the cre­ations of other de­sign­ers like Si­cong Liu, Ma Anya, Yu Chao­qun, Qiu Zi­hao and Cici Che­ung.

Apart from pro­vid­ing Chi­nese de­sign­ers the op­por­tu­nity to show­case their work out­side of Greater China, the fes­ti­val gave lo­cal de­sign­ers a shot at ac­cess­ing the Chi­nese mar­ket. Lo­cal de­signer Max Tan sent his mod­els down the run­way in a solo show on Day 2, with sim­ple de­signs that come with bold sil­hou­ettes.

The clos­ing show on the third night fea­tured the par­ent-and-child de­signs of Vicky’Z in a show ex­clu­sively pre­sented by Lianhe Zaobao. The young mod­els of the show were the cen­tre of at­ten­tion the mo­ment they stepped onto the run­way. They clearly rev­elled in the at­ten­tion, while their par­ents, seated be­low, were a bun­dle of nerves. But not so ner­vous that they could not take plenty of pho­tographs of the tots. And the par­ents were, at the same time, pro­vid­ing a run­ning com­men­tary of the cat­walk ac­tion while ex­claim­ing, “How cute”. It was a true show both on and off the cat­walk.

An­other sur­prise on the clos­ing night was a cat­walk show of Chi­nese de­signer Alice Yu’s de­signs by 10 well-known so­cialites from Sin­ga­pore, Ma­cau, Xi­a­men and Paris, in­clud­ing Hu Yuli, founder and di­rec­tor of Yuli Inc, and Pan Lin, a di­rec­tor and health con­sul­tant.

A char­ity auc­tion was also held on the clos­ing night, with items such as paint­ings, rare wines, jew­ellery, ho­tel stays and din­ing vouch­ers do­nated by the or­gan­is­ers, spon­sors and celebri­ties go­ing un­der the ham­mer. Lo­cal artiste Chen Han­wei also con­trib­uted to the auc­tion with a beau­ti­ful hand­made book he cre­ated him­self. Re­sponse to the auc­tion was en­thu­si­as­tic and a to­tal of $107,200 was raised by the end of the evening. Half of the amount will be do­nated to Beyond So­cial Ser­vices, a lo­cal char­ity that seeks to help dis­ad­van­taged chil­dren, youth and fam­i­lies.

LOTI国际时尚盛典首日亮点:中国数一数二的殿堂级设计师计文波的个人秀。(摄影:VIILevent Pho­tog­ra­phy)

Ten so­cialites walked down the run­way dur­ing the clos­ing night din­ner in de­signs by Chi­nese de­signer Alice Yu. (Photo: 龙国雄) The high­light of Day 1 of the LOTI In­ter­na­tional Fash­ion Fes­ti­val was a solo show by Ji Wenbo, a top-drawer Chi­nese de­signer....

Th­ese young mod­els at the Vicky’Z show were cer­tainly the cen­tre of at­ten­tion. (Photo: 龙国雄)

The young mod­els' can­did and en­dear­ing ex­pres­sions had many guests snap­ping away. (Photo: 龙国雄)

Lo­cal artiste Chen Han­wei con­trib­uted a hand­made book to the char­ity auc­tion. The book sold for $18,000. (Photo: 龙国雄)

An­other so­cialite-model at the clos­ing night was Pan Lin, a di­rec­tor and health con­sul­tant. (Photo: 龙国雄)

Hu Yuli, founder and di­rec­tor of Yuli Inc, was one of the so­cialites who went down the cat­walk. (Photo: 龙国雄)

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