Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa, ArtScience Museum, The Bodyshop, BW Maritime, Club Rainbow (Singapore), DesignSingapore Council, Dior, Dulux, Esplanade, Foreign Design Policy, Innisfree, Intellectual Property Board of Singapore, Mercedes-Benz, National Arts Council, National Heritage Board, National University of Singapore, Singapore Tourism Board, Swatch, The Substation, WMF Group, WWF Singapore
Aisah was that annoying little sister that observed everything Hani did and because of that, she's known to be doing things ahead of most kids her age. Like having advanced knowledge of Photoshop and coding websites at 9, leading a team to clinch first place in an inter-school entrepreneurship competition at 11. It was all to equip with the tenacity we need as Fictive Fingers to challenge the status quo. Having believed in the transformative value of digital mediums and platforms since young, we knew that reaching a wider audience online is our way forward.
"People would also see me in the same pair of sneakers because I only reluctantly replace them when they're completely worn out. I like to think that my sneakers trace the places I've been to reach milestones - the months of sourcing in my Keds before launching a product back in 2013 and over a year working on a client's project in my Lacoste in 2016. There's liberation in being able to set values based on our own lives and not what we've been told by superficial advertising. And because textiles are very much part of our everyday lives, appreciating them will open our eyes to how we value everything else."