PRESS FEATURE: BURO 24/7   "Inventory collaborates with LASALLE students in a shirt design competition. Vote your favourite." –  Andrea Sim, Fashion Writer

PRESS FEATURE: BURO 24/7
"Inventory collaborates with LASALLE students in a shirt design competition. Vote your favourite."
– Andrea Sim, Fashion Writer

 
   P    RESS FEATURE:     TIMEOUT SINGAPORE   "Five Singaporean Designers You Should Know In 2018" –  Michelle Ng, Writer

PRESS FEATURE: TIMEOUT SINGAPORE
"Five Singaporean Designers You Should Know In 2018"
– Michelle Ng, Writer

 
  INTERVIEW: SAND MAGAZINE Nº2 FUEL  Click on image to purchase the paperback or browse through issue.

INTERVIEW: SAND MAGAZINE Nº2 FUEL
Click on image to purchase the paperback or browse through issue.

 
   PRESS FEATURE: ESQUIRE SINGAPORE  " ...has chosen to meld Inventory’s bespoke tailoring with his own daily wardrobe staple: T-shirts. The result is nothing short of cool. The soft, cotton jersey bodice with sleeves is constructed in Inventory’s timeless style through an exposed seam technique that embodies Chan’s “perfect imperfection” motto."  – Joy Ling, Writer

PRESS FEATURE: ESQUIRE SINGAPORE
"
...has chosen to meld Inventory’s bespoke tailoring with his own daily wardrobe staple: T-shirts. The result is nothing short of cool. The soft, cotton jersey bodice with sleeves is constructed in Inventory’s timeless style through an exposed seam technique that embodies Chan’s “perfect imperfection” motto."
– Joy Ling, Writer

 
   PRESS FEATURE: JUICE SINGAPORE  "... in contrast to some of his louder, sensory-smashing works, the collaborative ‘Theseus’ shirt seeks a more subtle approach – one that is clean and simple, yet relishes imperfection... The shirt fuses the torso of a T-shirt with the sleeves of a dress-shirt, finding a Frankenstein-like middle-ground between casual comfort and sartorial purpose."  – Trent Davis, Writer

PRESS FEATURE: JUICE SINGAPORE
"...
in contrast to some of his louder, sensory-smashing works, the collaborative ‘Theseus’ shirt seeks a more subtle approach – one that is clean and simple, yet relishes imperfection... The shirt fuses the torso of a T-shirt with the sleeves of a dress-shirt, finding a Frankenstein-like middle-ground between casual comfort and sartorial purpose."
– Trent Davis, Writer

 
   PRESS FEATURE:  NUYOU, AUGUST 2017  Click on image to view write up  – Dolly Dai, Fashion Writer

PRESS FEATURE: NUYOU, AUGUST 2017
Click on image to view write up
– Dolly Dai, Fashion Writer

 
   PRESS FEATURE: H ER WORLD SINGAPORE, MAY 2017 "For bespoke classics with a twist:   A pair of jeans with   Gurkha-style side buckles   that eliminate the need for a   belt. An update of the early   20th-century jacket worn by   French blue-collar workers.   One-off shirt collaborations   with local creatives such   as graphic designers Lydia   Yang and Yah-Leng Yu of   branding agency Foreign   Policy Design.   A dream of more than   a decade by its founders,   sisters Amanda and Olivia   Lin, “Inventory Co. creates   good, instead of new,   items that are well cut and   made”, says Olivia, 29,   creative director and the   older Lin, who used to work for Singapore Tyler Print Institute. Amanda, 27, was formerly from graphic design outfit Ffurious and is   Inventory Co.’s MD.   “Military uniforms and vintage work wear –   functional and aesthetically   pleasing – are what   inspire us,” they say. “We   want clothes that can   be worn every day, that   are free of unnecessary   embellishments, and made to your measurements.”

PRESS FEATURE: HER WORLD SINGAPORE, MAY 2017
"For bespoke classics with a twist: 
A pair of jeans with Gurkha-style side buckles that eliminate the need for a belt. An update of the early 20th-century jacket worn by French blue-collar workers. One-off shirt collaborations with local creatives such as graphic designers Lydia Yang and Yah-Leng Yu of branding agency Foreign Policy Design. A dream of more than a decade by its founders, sisters Amanda and Olivia Lin, “Inventory Co. creates good, instead of new, items that are well cut and made”, says Olivia, 29, creative director and the older Lin, who used to work for Singapore Tyler Print Institute. Amanda, 27, was formerly from graphic design outfit Ffurious and is Inventory Co.’s MD. “Military uniforms and vintage work wear – functional and aesthetically pleasing – are what inspire us,” they say. “We want clothes that can be worn every day, that are free of unnecessary embellishments, and made to your measurements.”

 
   PRESS FEATURE: BURO 24/7  " A mix of timeless and streetwise clothing. Founders Olivia and Amanda Lin have built Inventory Co. on old-school tailoring know-how, but have chosen to apply their knowledge and skills to casualwear on top of traditional suiting."  – Andrea Sim, Fashion Writer & Stylist

PRESS FEATURE: BURO 24/7
"
A mix of timeless and streetwise clothing. Founders Olivia and Amanda Lin have built Inventory Co. on old-school tailoring know-how, but have chosen to apply their knowledge and skills to casualwear on top of traditional suiting."
– Andrea Sim, Fashion Writer & Stylist

 
   PRESS FEATURE:     T: The New York Times Style Magazine Singapore    " Brand To Know: Bespoke Tailors Rethinking The Classic White Shirt"  –   Guan Tan, Writer

PRESS FEATURE: T: The New York Times Style Magazine Singapore
"Brand To Know: Bespoke Tailors Rethinking The Classic White Shirt"
– Guan Tan, Writer

 
   PRESS FEATURE: STRAITS TIMES, LIFE, 27 APRIL 2017 THURSDAY    " Made-to-Measure label Inventory, which has a studio in Club Street, specialises in functional workwear for men and women. Shoppers who cannot find clothes that fit well from mass-market brands can now turn to local labels which offer made-to-measure services"  –   Alyssa Woo, Journalist     Images by Azmi Athni

PRESS FEATURE: STRAITS TIMES, LIFE, 27 APRIL 2017 THURSDAY
"Made-to-Measure label Inventory, which has a studio in Club Street, specialises in functional workwear for men and women. Shoppers who cannot find clothes that fit well from mass-market brands can now turn to local labels which offer made-to-measure services"
– Alyssa Woo, Journalist
Images by Azmi Athni

 
   PRESS FEATURE: 联合早报 , 28 APRIL 2017 FRIDAY  "  8创意人展现衬衫的各种变身: 经典衬衫的几个主要设计元素,经过不同人的演绎和再创造,变出不同的样貌、个性与功能。新加坡国家美术馆纪念品店Gallery & Co与本地新式裁缝品牌INVENTORY协作,找来本地八位创意人士设计出最符合他们个性、工作和生活需要的个人化衬衫。"  – Wei Lim (  林方伟),   Lifestyle Editor and Journalist

PRESS FEATURE: 联合早报, 28 APRIL 2017 FRIDAY
"
8创意人展现衬衫的各种变身: 经典衬衫的几个主要设计元素,经过不同人的演绎和再创造,变出不同的样貌、个性与功能。新加坡国家美术馆纪念品店Gallery & Co与本地新式裁缝品牌INVENTORY协作,找来本地八位创意人士设计出最符合他们个性、工作和生活需要的个人化衬衫。"
– Wei Lim (林方伟), Lifestyle Editor and Journalist

 
   PRESS FEATURE:     HER WORLD PLUS    " Inventory...has just launched a new exclusive limited edition collab shirt that you are definitely going to want to get your hands on. "   –   Niki Bruce, Editor    Images by Anton Lim / @mellowedhigh

PRESS FEATURE: HER WORLD PLUS
"Inventory...has just launched a new exclusive limited edition collab shirt that you are definitely going to want to get your hands on."
– Niki Bruce, Editor
Images by Anton Lim / @mellowedhigh

 
   PRESS FEATURE:   JUICE SINGAPORE, DECEMBER 2016    "When two local brands team up, it's bound to get us a little excited. Enter the capsule collection by INVENTORY and The Authority, tailored to meet the needs of the modern man. With every piece available only on a made–to–measure basis, expect a minimalist design approach by the latter, with a focus on balanced proportions and premium fabrics. Unlined bomber jackets and overshirts make for outerwear that is light enough foe our weather, yet smart enough for the boardroom. Meanwhile, the clean lines of a double–placket shirt and the use of denim in the form of a pair of tailored pants (albeit with an upturned, distressed hem) is just the thing for a casual weekend with the homies.  "  – Aaron Kok, Fashion Writer

PRESS FEATURE: JUICE SINGAPORE, DECEMBER 2016
"When two local brands team up, it's bound to get us a little excited. Enter the capsule collection by INVENTORY and The Authority, tailored to meet the needs of the modern man. With every piece available only on a made–to–measure basis, expect a minimalist design approach by the latter, with a focus on balanced proportions and premium fabrics. Unlined bomber jackets and overshirts make for outerwear that is light enough foe our weather, yet smart enough for the boardroom. Meanwhile, the clean lines of a double–placket shirt and the use of denim in the form of a pair of tailored pants (albeit with an upturned, distressed hem) is just the thing for a casual weekend with the homies."
– Aaron Kok, Fashion Writer

 
   PRESS FEATURE: Esquire Singapore, December 2016   Item Featured: Cotton Gurkha Trousers (Page 32)  Special thanks to Janie Cai, Tan Guan Lin, Nicky Loh

PRESS FEATURE: Esquire Singapore, December 2016
Item Featured: Cotton Gurkha Trousers (Page 32)
Special thanks to Janie Cai, Tan Guan Lin, Nicky Loh

 
  PRESS FEATURE:   STRAITS TIMES, LIFE, 3 NOVEMBER 2016 THURSDAY  –  Alyssa Woo & Melissa Heng, Journalists

PRESS FEATURE: STRAITS TIMES, LIFE, 3 NOVEMBER 2016 THURSDAY
Alyssa Woo & Melissa Heng, Journalists

 
  PRESS FEATURE:  H   ER WORLD PLUS   "... getting a couple of wardrobe basics that fit you perfectly...that will truly last is an excellent investment."  –   Niki Bruce, Editor

PRESS FEATURE: HER WORLD PLUS
"...getting a couple of wardrobe basics that fit you perfectly...that will truly last is an excellent investment."
– Niki Bruce, Editor

 
   PRESS FEATURE:  JUICE SINGAPORE, OCTOBER 2016  Item Featured: Front Slit Pants ( Page 45 )  Photography: Chuck Reyes Styling: Aaron Kok  Styling Assistant: Izza Sofia   Make Up: Beno Lim Hair: Anthony Lim  Models: Frederik J & Sina K

PRESS FEATURE: JUICE SINGAPORE, OCTOBER 2016
Item Featured: Front Slit Pants (Page 45)
Photography: Chuck Reyes
Styling: Aaron Kok
Styling Assistant: Izza Sofia
Make Up: Beno Lim
Hair: Anthony Lim

Models: Frederik J & Sina K

 
   PRESS FEATURE:   E SQUIRE 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; Image by Dju-Lian Chng

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; Image by Dju-Lian Chng

 
  PRESS FEATURE:    BURO 24/7    "For hand-sewn menswear with a modern punk edge, look no further than new Singapore outfit, Inventory.   Let's cut to the chase: Make an appointment to visit brand-spanking new Singapore label, Inventory, now. I have a thing for menswear tailoring. And I love a good local label. So when these two worlds collide, my interest is automatically piqued. But bolster this with savvy design details – think: traditional Gurkha-style waistbands on trousers, and modern rock aesthetics by way of zips and dull-nickel hardware – then I'm all ears.  "  –  Norman Tan, Editor-in-Chief

PRESS FEATURE: BURO 24/7
"For hand-sewn menswear with a modern punk edge, look no further than new Singapore outfit, Inventory. Let's cut to the chase: Make an appointment to visit brand-spanking new Singapore label, Inventory, now. I have a thing for menswear tailoring. And I love a good local label. So when these two worlds collide, my interest is automatically piqued. But bolster this with savvy design details – think: traditional Gurkha-style waistbands on trousers, and modern rock aesthetics by way of zips and dull-nickel hardware – then I'm all ears."
Norman Tan, Editor-in-Chief

 
  PRESS FEATURE:  TIMEOUT SINGAPORE   "If you’re looking for bespoke tailoring and made-to-last clothing for both men and women, stop by homegrown outfit INVENTORY CO."

PRESS FEATURE: TIMEOUT SINGAPORE
"If you’re looking for bespoke tailoring and made-to-last clothing for both men and women, stop by homegrown outfit INVENTORY CO."

 


CREDITS
Film: Mark Lim
Photography: Jared Ryan Rezel
Models: Katariina Träskelin & Linus Lester-Hodges
Music: SIGNS by HOWLING (RødhÅd remix)

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