Peranakan shirts ~ Onlewo
Unique Singapore-inspired fabrics designed by Mike and Eugine of Onlewo. Printed onto cotton sateen, Onlewo's fabrics tell stories of heritage, culture and places that bind Singaporeans together.
We are offering three key designs from Onlewo's extensive catalogue.
Limited production to 12 per design
Peranakan Spoons - This design is inspired by the decorative symbols found in Peranakan food Culture. Often these symbols reflect the desire to wish the user wealth and good fortune.
Peranakan Story - This design is inspired by symbols found in many facets of the Peranakan Culture. Reflecting wealth and good fortune, these symbols can be found throughout the history of Peranakan on fabrics, china wares, wood furniture, jewelery, etc.
Glorious Nonya - "Take a break and sip a cup of English tea! Nestled in the hibiscus garden, this pattern captures the passionate Peranakans celebrating all things big and small in life. By blending art and nature-inspired by European, Malay and Chinese cultures. This is Onlewo's third print in collaboration with local artist, Martin Loh!"
- Material: 100% Cotton sateen
- Cubano loose cut
- Every shirt is hand-tailored in Singapore with love.
- Each piece is unique as the print appears differently depending on how the tailors cut the fabric during the tailoring stage.
- Sizes specs in cm
- Model (Alasdair) is 183 cm tall and wears a size Large