Unravelling future talents
INTI students conquer the catwalk with poise and grace.
IT is an inspiring experience to see new ideas on the runway, especially those that feature creative work and skills from fresh and promising talents right from college. INTI International College Subang recently revealed such talents at Unravel, a fashion show showcasing the portfolios of its Diploma in Fashion Design graduates 2016.
Held at Pavilion Elite, Kuala Lumpur, Unravel was a freedom of expression at its best with an array of unique and contemporary masterpieces masterminded by 24 young talents.
Unravel rolls out interesting looks which are a mixed combination of Eastern and Western influences, with the inspirations coming from everything under the sun — from a simple two-piece casual wear inspired by the Japanese origami and pop punk subculture to complicated takes drawn from the Baroque era.
Most of the pieces reflect youthful and rebellious spirits, with non-conformist cut, fancy print motifs and playful colour-blocks ruling the stage.
Besides fine, alluring gowns that accentuate the soft and feminine features of a woman, there are also androgynous pieces in versatile and oversized silhouettes.
Nabihah Ridzuan shows her stance on androgyny through her collection, Like A Sore Thumb. Her work is about challenging stereotypes and conservatism, and is influenced by London’s radical Stuckism art movement. Le Pitre Triste highlights classic frills and pleats — A collection by Lily Farisha Roslan.