do YOU

Do YOU is PONY’s platform showcasing the unique talents of individuals, creatives and industry leaders. This is PONY’s invitation to share and collaborate in areas of lifestyle, music, dance, fashion, street art and sneaker culture. We applaud individuals who pursue their dreams; inspiring others with their lifestyles and in the process, encourage others to live their dreams.

Do YOU. Be yourself.

stripes x b-tribe crew

Being yourself and doing what makes you happy is what B-boy Stripes believes in. Together with hard work, he has come a long way since his first foray into breakdancing.

HARUNA KUNISAWA

A knee injury shattered Haruna’s dreams of becoming a professional ballerina but she bounced back stronger than ever and forged an awesome career.

ARVIND “THE JUGGERNAUT” LALWANI

Arvind’s journey into boxing began as an outlet to release his angst and frustrations but an introduction to a Singapore boxing legend, changed his life and the sport took on a new meaning.

RICKY POWELL

Basketball fan, photographer – this true New Yorker is all that and more. Above all, Ricky Powell’s belief in “being yourself” is an inspiration to all.

ALFRED NG

Alfred Ng is an inspiration when it comes to following your dreams. His talent lies in helping others express their personalities with permanent mementos.

LOTFI LAMAALI WOODWALKER

Lotfi Lamaali aka Wood Walker is a rider and stoke spreader since 2008. Born and raised in Casablanca, he discovered Longboarding at the age of 25 – it’s never too late to experience new exciting things.

JAMES BOGGIA

James Boggia became the Cable Wakeboard World Champion in 2010 and was voted the “Best Pro Cable” rider in the same year. But James is not one to rest on his laurels.

ZAMRI HASSAN

Those who know Zamri will vouch for his humble and affable demeanour, aside from his immense natural talent. It’s perplexing to most that his photography is just a passion and not a full-time gig.

SYAFIQ “THE SLASHER” SAMAD

Syafiq’s foray into MMA wasn’t inspired from watching his favorite fighters in action. He decided to take up MMA because of a real-life event that almost took his life; in a case of mistaken identity.