Women in Design Series – Melody Tan
Melody Tan is a Singapore and Stockholm based fashion and lifestyle content creator, freelance writer and photographer. She runs ÂME Studio which explores the many facets of art and beauty.
From a young age Melody has travelled the world and documented the many cities and continents she has visited. Her sense of style and photography soon garnered a loyal following, with publications such as L’Officiel, T Magazine and Elle featuring her work.
She has worked and collaborated with brands and retailers like Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Chopard, Net-A-Porter and Mytheresa to name a few.
I truly admire how hard-working and ambitious Melody is. Focussed on personal growth and knowledge, it's no wonder she has accomplished so much at such a young age.
I have always been drawn to beautiful things since a young age. It slowly made me more conscious about my thoughts and also how I choose to express myself. I love dressing for the occasion and when I buy something to wear, I always have an occasion in mind, like a picnic dress, or a jumpsuit for a dinner party I would host with friends. It is also exactly how I remember different events in my life - what I was wearing.
Occupation: Content creator and creative director of AME Studio
What do you love: People
What is your greatest extravagance: All things fashion, food and travel
What can’t you live without: Food, Travel, Family, Friends and Tequila.
Who and what is your greatest love of your life: Clothes and shoes!
When and where were you the happiest: In Peru, when I finally saw Machu Picchu in 2018.
Who are your favourite writers: F Scott Fitzgerald, Hanya Yanagihara
Who is your favourite artist: Matisse, Dali, Picasso, Frida Kahlo, Henri Rosseau
What is your current state of mind: Ready and excited for change and new beginnings
What is it that you most dislike: Badly prepared food, people eating with their mouth open, flaky or insincere people.
If you could change one thing about your family what would it be: ---
What is your greatest regret: Only to not have lived more in my 27 years of being. There is still more to learn and do.
What is your motto: To live a happy life.