This video was specially produced in collaboration with Bulgari
What’s your approach to style?
Comfort is key for me. I like my basics, but I try to elevate the look with spunky touches inspired by the street. For example, I’ve worn a varsity sweater with a pleated tartan skirt. Or an oversized hoodie paired with a super chic beret.
What are the brands you’re keeping tabs on?
I like streetwear, which is why I like what brands such as Vetements and Off-White are doing. I admire how Demna Gvasalia and his team are disrupting the fashion system with their work at Vetements. I find Balenciaga really exciting. There’s also Australian label Song for the Mute, headed by friends Melvin Tanaya and Lyna Ty. They make great deconstructed basics in quality fabrics.
How has your style evolved?
I used to be a t-shirt-and-jeans kind of girl when I was in school. But ever since I started helping my mother out at her business, I’ve taken a more “put-together” strategy to what I wear to work. I think this is what makes fashion so great and fun. It’s amazing how what you choose to wear can communicate an image of who you can be.
What’s your favourite city?
I’m mesmerised by the energy of Seoul at the moment. It’s such a bustling metropolitan city and one that’s well on its way to becoming Asia’s hottest fashion capital. I love the streetwear scene there, and they have many cool options if you’re on the lookout for some underground Korean labels. Seoul’s café culture is going from strength to strength, too. Besides serving up some great coffee, the set-ups and décor are on-point.
What’s your guilty pleasure?
Anything with salted caramel.
Sabrina channels cool-girl nonchalance wearing a slouchy silk pyjamas top by Christian Dada.
Photographer: Darren Gabriel Leow; Stylist: Windy Aulia; Makeup and hair: Grego, Nikki Fu/Indigo Artisans using YSL Beauty, Manisa Tan/PaletteInc using La Biosthetique, Toni Tan using M.A.C