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#lullyslist | Brand new LS products

It's already coming to the end of March, how is everyone's 2019? It seems like it was only last week that we had our VIP Prints Collectors Club brunch session! Selb and I had already planned ahead last year that we will be launching new products every quarter of 2019.  Just in time with our popular campaign #LSwithYou, we have two new artists, two printed shawls and printed coasters! We found quality absorbent coasters with great printing finishing which would make statement conversational piece when guests come over . Or gifting ideas for your friends who just got their new house. The first artist, Jie Wei worked with Selma during last year's BE Collective exhibition. They were inspired by the...

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#Selbsseries | Collaboration over Competition

Hey guys,  Thank you so so much for the overwhelming support for our latest campaign #LSwithyou. It's really encouraging to know you love the prints done by Sijun and Shalom and we're sure gonna continue this campaign. It's currently out of stock, but if you really want it, pls email or DM us ya. This year we had a few collaborations; one which was showcased at Buckingham Palace, a Take A Pause Workshop we did with Aida Azlin and Asha, working with awesome photographers, videographers, models and other artists. I learnt so much about their artistry and it was really effective when we work in teams rather than doing things solo. If there's one important key take-away from this; I...

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#lullyslist | Thoughts process behind #LSwithyou

It's been a week since the launch of new prints by Sijun and Shalom and guess what?! Their prints are sold out! Thank you so much for the overwhelming response! When I was about to design new prints with Sijun's Underwater series, it felt natural as I've worked with his previous paintings before. This time there are more layers and textures and it was fun to arrange the layout for the shawl designs. Despite the fun, it was quite challenging because the paintings were very colorful with lots of details. We had to make sure every shawl is not too bright and wearable. This is one cute moment of Sijun I'd like to share. This was told by his teacher Nancy...

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