- About the Authors
Grey is the New Black: Unseen Singapore is a celebration of style; A series of stories and connections inspired by Singapore Auntie fashion aiming to bring seniors back from society’s unseen. Street scouted for over a year from Tiong Bahru to Yishun, Geylang to Serangoon. A celebration of unique style and beauty, a tribute to aging artfully.
This is a story about Singapore’s aunties and uncles. This is a story about the interesting street style that often goes unseen. But most of all this is a celebration of ageless beauty and authenticity in a society that today is obsessed with trends and youth.
The fashion habits of the elderly don’t often get the spotlight here, but Grey is the New Black (Unseen Singapore) – an upcoming book by independent photographer/art director Rachel Loh and Australian model/writer Bella Bray – is looking to change that. Bray, who regularly shuttles between Singapore and Melbourne, has long admired the insouciant style of “aunties” here and the book is meant to celebrate that.
Cover Type: Paperback
Page Count: 141
Size: 240mm x 175mm