The Malaysian designers who rocked KLFW runways
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Super Sunday gave t he ’ 80s ski pants + hoodie combo Malaysian f l air with a Tengkolokinspired headpiece and t he l egendar y P. Ramlee f ront and centre. We’d definitely borrow t his f rom t he boys!
What ’ s a r unway without colours? These shows l aid claim to t he cat walk with car toon motifs , high- i mpact colour clashing and a f renz y of prints t hat would brighten anyone’s outlook .
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Say who you are without t he need to speak , with statement- making t hreads. Voluminous sleeves , statement slogans and i n- your- f ace st yling mean t he clothes wear you.
Nineties , noughties , who? This t i me, I nnai Red t hrew i t back to ’ 70s glam. Sprinkling a l i t t l e stardust on t heir l atest collection , t hey now make us want to wear f l are t rousers and a teeny- t i ny waist.
A silhouette that would be worn by us/ him, another reason to click onto Super Sunday
Wear your pop art all over a la Ezuwan I smail which showcased fun, punchy looks Even for the boys, Ezuwan I smail’s pop art caught everyone’s eye
Puffy sleeves offset by prints, this is a refreshing ensemble by Mag Lifestyle
Pinafore upon layers, prints upon plaid! Cassey Gan updated her signature apron with a pastel palette
Arataweekend is a Thai label that showed at KLFW — do you spot the Muay Thaiinspired skirt? A women’s look from Projek Jahat, featuring face fabric and reconstructed jeans
Victorian proportions and sheer sculpturing made this Fizi Woo look a vampy dream
Projek Jahat is a subversive label, which showed their collection themed “Season in Hell”
Oil- slick done indigoiridescent, I nnai Red’s stardust theme of the ’ 70s could not have come at a better time