Hong Kong-based In­done­sian fash­ion de­signer Mar­diana Ika mes­merises Paris by way of her first haute cou­ture col­lec­tion

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Hong Kong-based In­done­sian de­signer Mar­diana Ika joins Jan­uary’s Paris Haute Cou­ture Fash­ion Week

The Ori­en­tal Fash­ion Show fea­tur­ing 21 Ori­en­tal de­sign­ers stole Paris Haute Cou­ture Fash­ion Week, which ran for five days in Jan­uary. The grand fash­ion pa­rade pre­sented at the re­vamped Hotel de Cril­lon pro­moted lead­ing de­sign­ers with Ori­en­tal in­spi­ra­tions and flaunted the wealth and di­ver­sity of the cloth­ing and cul­tural her­itage of the East.

To fash­ion de­signer Mar­diana Ika, who shut­tles be­tween Hong Kong and Bali, the chance to present her cre­ations at the vin­tage hotel was the per­fect en­trance into the haute cou­ture milieu. “It was a last minute de­ci­sion to par­tic­i­pate in this three-day event,” ad­mit­ted Ika in a phone chat. Aside from Ika, who mar­kets her col­lec­tion under the label Ika Bu­toni, also worth at­ten­tion were col­lec­tions by Ver­tu­oses (France), Blanche (Morocco), Madlen Col­lec­tion (Rus­sia), and Aya Ham­moud (the Le­banon).

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