GRACE LING is about a sense of eccentric elegance and intelligent femininity. It is a fashion label founded on 3D-printing and CGI technology. This allows us to calculate the exact amount of materials needed and create unique forms with zero waste. By fusing technology with traditional methods of craft, this completes a GRACE LING product. Visually recognised for our 3D-printed metal pieces and sculptural silhouettes, these designs are achieved through the rigor of cut and exquisite pattern making. With an emphasis on quality materials, the pieces are timeless with longevity. GRACE LING is a uniform for the cultured modern person - a lifestyle and witty spirit that holds an ongoing dialogue with the world of art, sustainability and multifaceted fashion. The brand is recognised in VOGUE, BoF, Elle, WWD and Forbes amongst many others. Our pieces also exhibit at The MET and are watched and worn by A-list celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Karlie Kloss, Ashley Graham, Emma Chamberlain and more.




Born in Singapore and currently based in New York, Ling studied Fashion Design at Parsons School of Design in New York City and Central Saint Martins in London. During her time there, she worked at renowned brands like Thom Browne and The Row.

Before specializing in Fashion, Grace also studied sculpture and performance art. This fueled the influence to create fashion that is multifaceted, often involving film, performance and collaboration. Having also been modeling since the age of 16, Grace worked both in front and behind the camera, and played the role of a Bridesmaid in the Hollywood movie - CRAZY RICH ASIANS.