In KL, Malaysian women march to reclaim their space Reply

BY DANIAL DZULKIFLY The Malay Mail Online  Saturday March 10, 2018


KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Hundreds of Malaysians, most of them women, took to the streets of Kuala Lumpur today to march in conjunction with the International Women’s Day this week.

The around 1-km march this year, from the Sogo shopping mall to Tugu Takraw at the Jamek Mosque, is aimed at reclaiming women’s space in the public. More…

Malaysian designers and fashion brands at pure LONDON 2018 Reply

LONDON – Ten Malaysian designers and fashion brands participated in pure LONDON, the UK’s leading international fashion trade show, at Olympia, 11 – 13 February,  showcasing latest design in ladies bags, shoes, contemporary ready-to-wear women clothing, luxury collection of women scarves and ladies eyes lashes.

    

H.E. Dato’ Ahmad Rasidi Hazizi, Malaysian High Commissioner, visited the Malaysian stalls. More…

HKFW opens international doors for Indonesia fashion students Reply

By Sylviana Hamdani Jakarta Globe Wednesday  February 7, 2018

From left) Julianto, Rilya Krisnawati, Ali Charisma, Jenny Yohana Kansil, Jessica Welia Halim and Raegita Zoro at a press conference for Hong Kong Fashion Week 2018 in January. (Jakarta Globe/Sylviana Hamdani)

JAKARTA, Indonesia Hong Kong Fashion Week, or HKFW, is one of the largest fashion weeks and trade shows in Asia. Organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, the event draws in more than 1,400 exhibitors from 23 countries each year.

In mid-January, four Indonesian fashion students from Istituto di Moda Burgo Indonesia (IMBI) had a rare opportunity to present their Fall/Winter 2018 collections in this international event. More…

LPTB Susan Budihardjo Hatches Promising New Talent for Indonesia’s Fashion Industry Reply

Jakarta Globe January 19, 2017

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JAKARTA, Indonesia: Susan Budihardjo’s School of Fashion, better known as LPTB Susan Budihardjo, is legendary. The school, founded by the senior fashion designer in 1980, has produced some of the country’s best fashion talent. Among its alumni are top Indonesian designers such as Adrian Gan, Denny Wirawan, Didi Budiardjo and Sebastian Gunawan. More…

Indonesia Fashion Week 2017 Celebrates Indonesian Culture Reply

Jakarta Globe January 17, 2017

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JAKARTA, Indonesia:  Indonesia Fashion Week is annually presented by the Indonesia Fashion Designers and Fashion Entrepreneurs Association, or Appmi, since 2012 and will be held at the Jakarta Convention Center in Senayan, South Jakarta on Feb. 1.

For the first time, the event will be spread over five days and Appmi will present 25 fashion shows, 10 seminars, 10 talk shows and an exhibition featuring more than 520 local fashion brands. More…

Malaysian Malay model tells critics ‘I’m a citizen of the world’ Reply

The Malay Mail Online Saturday March 5, 2016

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Malaysian model Tuti – real name Nuraini Noor – said she is unperturbed by the cyber-attacks and that she would continue to take the opportunity given to do her best in the competition. – Screen capture of Tuti’s Instagram post

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Trolled on the Internet for joining Asia’s Next Top Model (AsNTM), the first ever ethnic Malay participant of the modelling reality TV show has hit back at her critics. More…