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lana style11 Wee Khim Captures Lana del Rey Inspired Fashions for Style Singapore May

The Starlet – Lana del Rey has made quite the impact on the fashion industry after appearing on the cover of multiple glossies, having a Mulberry bag named after her and appearing at the Met Gala red carpet. The May issue of Style Singapore pays tribute to the “Born to Die” singer with Wee Khim’s alluring images starring Tanya. Stylists Sharon Tulasidas and Damian Huang select a wardrobe of Rey-esque looks from the likes of Marc Jacobs, Dries van Noten, Alexander McQueen and Marni. / Hair by Edward Chong, Makeup by Clarence Lee

tanya9 Stefan Khoo Captures Tanya Katysheva in Naughty Fashions for Style Singapore June

Pleasure Principal – The June issue of Style Singapore taps Stefan Khoo for a story featuring spring fashions with a dark and sensuous edge worn by Tanya Katysheva. Chia Wei Choong styles the brunette in a mix of lingerie pieces and outerwear from the likes of Prada and Miu Miu. Distressed tresses by hair stylist Ark Lin and a dark lip by makeup artist Gen Tan complete Tanya’s naughty outfits.

pain2 Darya by Wee Khim for <em>Style Singapore</em>

Pain Jane – Inspired by the work of Helmut Newton, photographer Wee Khim creates a story of fashion with an unusual twist for the January edition of Style Singapore. Posing in front of an industrial setting, Darya wears crutches as accessories and strictly sophisticated designs from the likes of Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Salvatore Ferragamo and Valentino styled by Sharon Tulasidas and Damian Huang. / Hair by Edward Chong, Makeup by Clarence Lee

Kelli8 Kelli Lumi by Wee Khim for <em>Style Singapore</em> September 2011

Androgyny – Estonian model Kelli Lumi takes on boyish looks in this series for the September issue of Style Singapore. Lensed by Wee Khim and styled by Sharon Tulasidas, the blonde beauty treks around Paris donning a wardrobe that mixes high end and street style fashion with brands such as Chanel, Calvin Klein Jeans, H&M, New Look and more. With clean make-up by Clarence Lee and messy hair by Edward Chong, Kelli merges the feminine and the masculine creating a modern androgynous style.

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