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Ian Loh

Fashion Stylist/Director — Malaysia

Introduce yourself
My name is Ian Loh and I’m a Fashion Stylist.

Describe your style in 3 words?
Urban, tonal & (a little bit of) fun.

What does the Fred Perry Shirt mean to you?
I think it’s an iconic piece of clothing with a lot of heritage to it.

When did you first dabble in the creative field?
When I first joined Esquire Malaysia as a Fashion Writer in 2013.

What inspires your work?
People, story-telling, graphic designs and of course, fashion.

What is the first song you played on repeat?
My parents took us on a lot of road trips when we were young, and I remembered the song Norwegian Forest (挪威的森林) by Wu Bai (伍佰) & China Blue was on repeat a lot.

Who is your ultimate British musical icon?
David Bowie.

What was the best gig you’ve been to?
A friend brought me to an underground gig in Bushwick, Brooklyn in New York a couple years ago. It was at someone’s basement of a brownstone and it was packed with people. The indie musicians who played were really good too!

A song that defines the teenage you?
Growing up in a small town in Johor, I listened to a lot of mando-pop; but I don’t necessarily think there is one song that could define my teenage years.

What bands have you been listening to recently?
I’ve been listening to a Thai singer called Phum Viphurit lately and a South African band called Faka, whom I discovered during a recent Versace show.

'Lover Boy' by Phum Viphurit

‘Swimming Pool Summer’ by Capital Cities.

‘Fever’ by Oscar and the Wolf.

‘Uyang’khumbula’ by Faka.

‘Disco Yes’ by Tom Misch.

‘Make Luv’ by Room 5, Oliver Cheatham.

‘Freaking Out the Neighborhood’ by Mac DeMarco.

‘Red Eyes’ by Thomas Azier.

‘Take a Look Around’ by The 2 Bears.

‘The Night We Met’ by Lord Huron.

‘This Year’s Love’ by David Gray.

‘Jubilee Road’ by Tom Odell.

Introduce yourself
My name is Ian Loh and I’m a Fashion Stylist.

Describe your style in 3 words?
Urban, tonal & (a little bit of) fun.

What does the Fred Perry Shirt mean to you?
I think it’s an iconic piece of clothing with a lot of heritage to it.

When did you first dabble in the creative field?
When I first joined Esquire Malaysia as a Fashion Writer in 2013.

What inspires your work?
People, story-telling, graphic designs and of course, fashion.

What is the first song you played on repeat?
My parents took us on a lot of road trips when we were young, and I remembered the song Norwegian Forest (挪威的森林) by Wu Bai (伍佰) & China Blue was on repeat a lot.

Who is your ultimate British musical icon?
David Bowie.

What was the best gig you’ve been to?
A friend brought me to an underground gig in Bushwick, Brooklyn in New York a couple years ago. It was at someone’s basement of a brownstone and it was packed with people. The indie musicians who played were really good too!

A song that defines the teenage you?
Growing up in a small town in Johor, I listened to a lot of mando-pop; but I don’t necessarily think there is one song that could define my teenage years.

What bands have you been listening to recently?
I’ve been listening to a Thai singer called Phum Viphurit lately and a South African band called Faka, whom I discovered during a recent Versace show.

'Lover Boy' by Phum Viphurit

‘Swimming Pool Summer’ by Capital Cities.

‘Fever’ by Oscar and the Wolf.

‘Uyang’khumbula’ by Faka.

‘Disco Yes’ by Tom Misch.

‘Make Luv’ by Room 5, Oliver Cheatham.

‘Freaking Out the Neighborhood’ by Mac DeMarco.

‘Red Eyes’ by Thomas Azier.

‘Take a Look Around’ by The 2 Bears.

‘The Night We Met’ by Lord Huron.

‘This Year’s Love’ by David Gray.

‘Jubilee Road’ by Tom Odell.