Goodcraft Aprons

Sewing an array of multi-coloured pockets, using traditionally dyed cloth from Bali, and hand-painting an illustration inspired by the 1979 war movie Apocalypse Now are just some examples of how eight designers in Singapore have turned the everyday apron into pieces of art.

They were shown at a recent exhibition by product label Neighbourgoods when it launched its own aprons designed in collaboration with apparel maker FIN. The two brands also invited a diverse group — made up of designers SBTG, Christopher John Fussner, and Bureau, illustrators MessyMsxi and SpeakCryptic, tattoo and barber shop Hounds of the Baskervilles, as well as fashion labels Stolen and Ed Et Al — to each showcase their craftsmanship by creating one-off apron designs.

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