Fashion Week 2013 at Marina Bay Sands: Shows We’re Excited About

Fashion Week 2013 at Marina Bay Sands: Shows We’re Excited About

This week we attended the Fashion Week 2013 (9-19 October) press preview. Here’s a rundown of the men’s shows we look forward to: Surrender, Burkman Bros and MCM. 

Saturday, 12 October 2013, 7.30pm
Convention Hall F

Since its debut in Singapore in 2004, Surrender has established itself as the go-to purveyor of coveted artisanal brands and high street labels that feature a mix of mens and womens wear and accessories. Its numerous collaborations with artists and designers such as 3D (Massive Attack, Gio Estevez (Supreme), Christian Dada, Maison Kitsune, Casely Hayford, Ambush x G-Dragon and Maison Martin Margiela have no doubt had a hand to play in the brand’s visibility. Surrender boasts three retail spaces located in Singapore and Shanghai. Surrender will be showing its Fall Winter 2013 Collection titled ‘Traveler’s Series”, a showcase of luxury designer and high street labels curated from all around the world.

Burkman Bros
Saturday, 12 October 2013, 4.30pm
Convention Hall F

From working at Gap Inc. to winning the GQ Best New Menswear Designer in America award, the designers of Burkman Bros, brothers Doug and Ben Burkman, have come a long way. Taking their seasonal collection inspiration from their far-flung global travels, Burkman Bros fuses a casual American sensibility with a well-traveled point of view. Their bold prints, original bespoke fabrics and classic menswear essentials emphasize originality, style and ease.

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Friday, 11 October 2013, 10pm
Convention Hall F

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Love it or hate it, we’re excited to see MCM‘s highly anticipated Spring/Summer ’14 collection entitled ‘Flower Boys in Paradise’. The collection is described as ‘epicene’, and that presents a strong indication of androgynous looks to feature throughout the show. We understand that the collection is inspired by a “kaleidoscopic imagination of the ‘ideal'”, which seeks to explore the parameters of ‘paradise’ in a symbiosis of the old and the new. The German luxury purveyor seeks to explore tensions inherent in gender-normative style and to challenge traditional delineations in fashion collections.

Fashion Week 2013 is open to the public. Tickets are priced at S$20 for single show; or a full-day pass priced at S$40; or a season pass priced at S$280. Tickets are available at

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