L'ILE AUX ASHBY - Prodigy of Colours

Hi Huneybees,

L'ILE AUX ASHBY by Rayson Tan recently held a pop-up store event to launch their latest collection - Prodigy of Colours. Many would have known the brand by their exclusive and extensive collection of plastic accessories. Created by Designer Rayson Tan, the brand's bright and colourful fashion statement has made its stand in local fashion, allowing its wearer to stand out amongst crowd.

With Designer Rayson Tan.

L'ILE AUX ASHBY (pronounce as "L" "OR" "ASH" "B") is a fashion label for the discerning urbanite; 
designs that will encompass three distinctive attribute - quality, detail and exclusivity.

The Products of L'ILE AUX ASHBY are delicately made with full emphasis details of a work. All these 

designs are limited in pieces, giving access to a priviledged minority. This allures the exclusivity of L'ILE 
AUX ASHBY. These Collection pieces are not about flaunting the size of that stone, but a celebration of the 
pleasures of fashion expressed in L'ILE AUX ASHBY way.

The collection is like an eruption of colours, playing with prints and different styles. Alot of thought have been put in to create a slimmer and sharper silhouette. Like the dresses shown above, prints coming in from the sides, not only make one slimmer, the gathering of more prints at the waist, makes the wearer look like she had a smaller waist. Very nice visual play and definitely a statement where ever you go....

For those we do not want to be too loud, simply get any piece of the accessory and you can be a star too! Hehehehehe... Simple black dress and a multi coloured clutch, you will immediately stand out from the rest...

Even the store was decorated with beautiful drawings handled by Couture Troopers. Colourful hand-drawn robots with old school snacks. 

Secret Chamber Nails was also there to showcase their designs by Rebecca Chuang. I love the neon brights and irregular graphical designs on each nail...

Herman Yap's a very successful graphics designer and had his works featured on several illustration books. This collection on the wall is inspired by Rayson Tan's works. It's already a fashion spread on its own!

This is also the first time I got to see embroidery combined into an illustration. A very clever execution, it's always feels good to see something new and learn something new...

And last but not least, shades to go with the fashion statement clothings and accessories. Check out these quirky and interesting shades from Henry Holland!


It's like visors for my eyes!
 Of course, it's always fun to attend events and meet up with fanshionistas!

 For more information, go to www.raysontan.com.