So why do we like this brand so much? Let’s start with it’s clean silhouettes and crisp tailoring, not to mention little pleasantly surprising details that makes an otherwise simplistic clothing stand out. Take IGC’s crisp white shirts that has a little bit of pizzazz with detailing at the back around the waist.
And then there’s also the timeless aspect of the design – which make a great wardrobe essentials. From neutral colours, to the bolder hues, items can easily the go-to wardrobe staples, perfect for those days when you have absolutely nothing to wear and you hate everything in your closet.
Their Capsule 5 collection amalgamates everything that IGC has been known for – timelessness, practicality, clean silhouettes and crisp tailoring into life-friendly clothing for those who need to look good without too much fuss. Think two-in-one tops (yes, combos are not just for cronuts), outfits that can be worn multiple ways in fabrics that don’t wrinkle easily. We fell in love with the grey and red crisscross top that can be worn two ways (oh and it comes in black as well).
IGC loves collaborating with other talented individuals such as Hoiming, a Hong Kong-based leather designer, to design their handbags. We’re a big fan of the rabbit bag, by the way. It’s super cute and downright witty and far from childish.
Another form of IGC’s collaboration is with the ever-so-talented illustrator, Kuanth. In fact, Kuanth did 3 exclusive prints for IGC and you can see one of them throughout the Capsule 5 collection (the print reminds us of matchsticks).
Our must-have item from this collection is undoubtedly the red origami-like bonded cotton dress, retailing at $269. Make sure to watch out for this dress when it hits the stores next January.