Di ffer­ent Strokes

CLEO (Malaysia) - - THE FASHION FILE -

“I’ve been a fan for years, and so far its col­lec­tions have never missed a beat. This year, fem­i­nine pas­tels were brought to life in gor­geous, flowy fab­rics. With the brand’s un­mis­take­able ethe­real qual­i­ties, the model’s forms were fluid and so full of move­ment. I loved the white ruffled dress, and while I wouldn’t wear white top-to-toe, this didn’t have a bridal feel; it ex­uded more of a chilled, sun­set-in-Bali vibe. Gor­geous!” “There’s some­thing in­cred­i­bly play­ful and ro­man­tic in a very wo­manly way about Kit­tie Yiyi’s take on ruf­fles. She’s able to in­fuse a sense of sass and mis­chief in the pas­tel colours and soft tex­tures, giv­ing the tra­di­tional fem­i­nine sil­hou­ette a flirty mod­ern edge that’s very pleas­ing to the eye. The best part is that I can re­ally see my­self wear­ing any of them, and not feel out of place.” “When it comes to fash­ion, Cassey’s pops of bold, geo­met­ric prints set the bar quite high. I love how she takes mod­ern lines and sil­hou­ettes and im­bues them with a time­less edge. The col­lec­tion has an ar­chi­tec­tural el­e­ment which gives it struc­ture and sym­me­try, but still a lot of move­ment. As some­one with an art back­ground, it’s so In­spir­ing!”

Kit­tie Yiyi Kuala Lumpur Fash­ion Week 2016

Mimpikita Kuala Lumpur Fash­ion Week 2016

Cassey Gan Kuala Lumpur Fash­ion Week 2016

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