Posts in Fashion
January Blues_Eiji Fukui (@insta_eiji)

This is the coldest winter ever! All we want to do is hibernate and watch movies... However, when Japanese photographer Sora Kusaka (@sorrrr_k) invited us out to hang with fashion model Eiji Fukui (@insta_eiji) we couldn't pass that up. Turns out that Eiji is also a cinephile too! In this interview, the 22-year-old model reveals his favorite theatre popcorn and his method on how to beat the January blues.

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Simply Fun ft. Goom Is Watching You & Yoonki Yoo

A new generation of Korean fashion designers educated overseas are making waves in the fashion world. Goom Is Watching You (@goomiswatchingyou) & Yoonki Yoon (@ifyouwant_y) are both breakout stars from the Menswear track at Central Saint Martins this year. Styled by MUTZINE 02 collaborator Chad Burton, this shoot captures the straightforward yet delightfully inventive spirit of their graduate collections!

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I Love Sects: Inside Sects Shop Singapore

We managed to catch designers and founders of SECTS SHOP SINGAPORE (@sects_shop) and DEPRESSION (@depression_official) KENNY LIM (@kennydepression) and ANDREW LOH (@andrewdepression), during Seoul Fashion Week. The duo are at the forefront of the influence of Korean fashion in Singapore and we jumped at the chance to fire them a couple of questions on what they do and their favorite Korean street style brands. 

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MUTZINE 01: HA HANSEUL & PARK JIHOON

From MUTZINE 01 (FW17): Instagram experienced the fastest rate of adoption in the Korean market and has the highest number of active users. Enter HA HANSEUL (@zing_a) and PARK JIHOON (@coke3cake), whose outfit posts on the photo sharing platform quickly garnered them an international following. Following the footsteps of global fashion influencers who launch their personal brands the two have now become the most influential figures defining Korean street fashion and youth culture. We met HANSEUL and JIHOON during a brief lull in activity to reflect on what the first year of running MORE THAN DOPE and ANOTHERYOUTH has been like. 

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