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Woudenberg: SLAB for F/W 2012
Tuesday, July 17, 2012 10:57 AM  | 0 Comments
Designer, Emily Woudenberg, has released her latest F/W 2012 pieces to Ukamaku. Titled SLAB, the pieces consists of various materials such as concrete, stones, leather, metal, and beads. Some of the pieces are fragile and meant only for occasional wear. However, they are versatile in its use, perfect to dress up or down with, and designed for both men and women.

Get the SLAB collection here.


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CITYscapes - FAT (Arts & Fashion Week) 2012: Rachel Sin, DeMOYO, Woudenberg, Inna
Friday, April 27, 2012 11:57 AM  | 0 Comments

Rachel Sin


Fur and lace were two new elements introduced in Rachel Sin’s F/W collection, and they made the collection very sexy. The pieces continued to be very structured with a flare of edginess. Everything was highly wearable, so keep an eye on Ukamaku for the arrival of Sin’s F/W collection.





View the entire runway collection, here.


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DeMOYO


Pai DeMoyo presented a very solid F/W collection. One of the highlights was the debut of knitwear, and they were very feminine and wearable. Another big surprise was seeing ROXX’s “Khione Collection” jewellery pieces on the models. These two brands definitely make a perfect match for each other in the up coming season.






View the entire runway collection, here.


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Woudenberg


Emily Woudenberg, the winner of 2012 Passion For Fashion Award, presented a funky and fun F/W collection, which consisted of retro RYB colour print pieces and some amazing beetle jewellery collection. The crowd was raving for the jewellery pieces, so keep an eye on Ukamaku and see when they will be available.






View the entire runway collection, here.
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Inna


The mother-son duo presented a mix of S/S and F/W pieces on the runway. While the S/S collection had a fun and futuristic vibe, the F/W one was darker and elegant. The orange coat was one of the strongest pieces in this runway show.





View the entire runway collection, here.

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*All photos courtesy of FAT (Arts & Fashion Week)

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