PRESS FEATURE: ESQUIRE SINGAPORE, OCTOBER 2016
"Reactionary to our mass-produced, fast-fashion times, the Lin sisters capture perfectly the metaphor “rushing standstill” that French philosopher Paul Virilio coined. He spoke of speed and inertia—that speed is futile, and velocity will always return you to the starting line.
They are the epitome to how commerciality should run after creativity, and not the other way around."
– Tan Guan Lin, Fashion Writer of Esquire Singapore; Image by Dju-Lian Chng