When art meets fashion: 3 S'porean creatives make waves in the style industry

(Clockwise from left) Illustrator Clayrene Chan, calligrapher Rachel Koh and visual artist Toby Tan are among the up and coming creatives whose work is sought by global fashion brands. ST PHOTOS: NG SOR LUAN, SYAMIL SAPARI
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SINGAPORE - Fashion and art have always been inextricably linked. Increasingly, global fashion brands are tapping artists and creatives to lend a new dimension to their offerings.

Creatives have long been an important part of the fashion ecosystem - whether to grace campaigns for product launches or to render unique services for fringe activities at the industry's many events.

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