Sam Lo/SKL0: The Singaporean visual artist and creative director shares her life in six outfits


“When I was a kid, I loved the Ninja Turtles so much that I wore this tee almost every day. My mom recalls that after laundry days, I would stare at the tee hanging on the bamboo poles, waiting for it to dry.” “In 2010 I often rode fixed gear around Singapore with a local crew, Crank Arm Steady. Sometimes, we’d all wear jeans despite the heat, which spared me superficial injuries when I busted my knee doing a jump off stairs one time.” “The night before my court date (for vandalism) in 2013, I realised I’d no idea what to wear. I phoned friends asking to borrow clothes, but settled on my own jeans, a shirt, and a blazer. The Wayfarers were to hide how overwhelmed I was feeling.” “Painting ‘My Grandfather Road’ at Circular Spectacular in 2016. My usual painting gear comprises a tee, shorts, sneakers and a hat to keep hair out of my face. The paint-splattered workwear collection keeps growing, which proves how messy I can get.” “I’m experiencing the satisfaction of completing a major project (2017’s Multiply: A Majestic Playground). Big mood. My girlfriend thinks I wear the customised Levi’sRead full content from News Buro 24/7


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