KL FASH­ION WEEK 2017: WAS IT ‘LIT’ OR ‘DEAD’?

Herworld (Malaysia) - - KIDS TAKEOVER -

Fash­ion is my pas­sion. I once read this quote: “Born to shop, forced to go to school” – I feel this sums me up pretty well. A few weeks ago, I had the chance to at­tend a KL Fash­ion Week show with my friends, and we had a blast!

It was fun to see all the cre­atively de­signed and beau­ti­fully tai­lored out­fits. It was also a great ex­pe­ri­ence to have the op­por­tu­nity to meet Malaysian beauty blog­gers, celebri­ties, and de­sign­ers. As the beau­ti­ful mod­els walked on stage, we were able to see how tal­ented Malaysian de­sign­ers are, and how West­ern and Malaysian fash­ion is rather sim­i­lar in some ways. One thing for sure is that the Malaysian fash­ion in­dus­try is def­i­nitely up to date and on par with the West.

Not only did the mod­els get to wear beau­ti­ful and el­e­gant clothes, ev­ery­one who at­tended the show was dressed fash­ion­ably and looked dash­ing – as though they, them­selves, were ready to walk the run­way. An­other big highlight of the show (of course) was the gift bags filled with cool good­ies.

The fash­ion that was show­cased was from the on­line shop called Fash­ionValet, and fea­tured the hash­tag #IAMHOME­GROWN. The de­signs were so mes­mer­iz­ing. And, see­ing the co-founder, Datin Vivy Yusof, from where I was seated was just so sat­is­fy­ing. I also had the op­por­tu­nity to meet and greet one of the mod­els, Shikin Gomez, as well as ed­i­tors from other mag­a­zines.

Over­all, this fash­ion show was not just about the mod­els or the out­fits, but the full ex­pe­ri­ence– and all I can say is that it was AWE­SOME and to­tally worth it!

A lia A bu B akar Fikri, 1 0

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