Known for its flowing and constructed silhouettes, Singapore-based fashion label In Good Company brings another capsule collection made for the modern woman who leads a dynamic lifestyle.
Capsule 16 is an exploration of motion in clothes brought about by the label’s fascination in how movement travels in fabric—how it performs, moves, and shapeshifts. It explores new, modern silhouettes that tune exaggerated proportions and deft layering.
Making movement in and within clothes, Capsule 16 consists of pieces that feature volume in a bold, new way. With tailoring and drape work, fabric is manipulated to create body and new dimensions that flow and move, constructed and layered.
In Good Company focuses on the details as the body is defined by clinched ties and draped panels, constructed pleats and soft draping. A contrast of structural shapes and fluid silhouettes, Capsule 16 juxtaposes crisp and tactile natural materials with full needle knits and crepe de chine silks that flatter silhouettes.
Coinciding with the launch of this latest capsule, In Good Company has recently opened its new store on the R1 Level of Powerplant Mall in Rockwell, Makati City.
Established in Singapore in 2012 by the brand’s creative director Sven Tan and chief of design Kane Tan, along with their fellow good friends Jaclyn Teo and Julene Aw of the label’s finance and operations, In Good Company champions the fashion movement of season-less clothing—bringing only three capsules of ultra-wearable styles a year.
Each capsule boasts timeless silhouettes with a twist—made to last beyond seasonal trends and to suit modern lifestyles, as each piece celebrates thoughtful design and high technical finesse.
In Good Company stores are located at Powerplant Mall and SM Makati. It also has pop-up outlet at SM Aura.
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