The Singapore Girl
You should never ask a lady her age. But she’s an exception.
She was born in the ’70s. A time of fashion, invention and transformation. Yet she remains timeless across generations. Her beauty, unfading. Her elegance, always in style. Dressed in her signature sarong kebaya, she’s the symbol of Asian hospitality recognised the world over.
And she only gets better with age.
A timeless beauty
Designed by Parisian couturier Pierre Balmain in 1968, the sarong kebaya is made of the traditionally Asian batik and has become synonymous with the Singapore Girl.
While the blue sarong kebaya remains the trademark of Singapore Airlines, there are four different colours altogether. Each represents the designation of the Singapore Girl who wears it.