Com­ing into bloom

> This en­tre­pre­neur plants a mod­est and min­i­mal­ist cloth­ing line in her lat­est take on af­ford­able lux­u­ries

The Sun (Malaysia) - - FASHION -

used – lo­cally sourced cot­ton, linen and como crepe – not only fa­cil­i­tate the trop­ics but ease lay­er­ing for cooler cli­mates. Like SM’s prod­ucts across the board, Maslea’s price point sits at a fea­si­ble grasp, be­cause Su­raya be­lieves ev­ery­one de­serves a lit­tle bit of lux­ury. Or at least, she de­sires to make the ex­pe­ri­ence cost-ef­fec­tive for the masses. Each Maslea piece re­tails from RM100 but no more than RM300. “You’d be happy to have it with­out hav­ing to break the bank; it’s not some­thing you’d think three times be­fore buy­ing. “I do know that a lot of de­signer clothes – even lo­cally de­signed onces – are priced around RM300

ADIB RAWI/THESUN

Su­raya de­scribed the Maslea woman as “fun and fash­ion­able, but does not like to show off.” She is also con­fi­dent, in­de­pen­dent and strongly rooted in her be­liefs.

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