Recent and archived articles by Bervin Cheong
PETALING JAYA: News of Karl Lagerfeld’s death was met with widespread shock and sadness here in Malaysia, especially from those in the local fashion community who have been inspired by his genius.
PETALING JAYA: Beautiful people, lavish setting, exquisite fashion. Crazy Rich Asians is all about glamour – with one Malaysian jewellery firm lending a hand in its opulence.
PETALING JAYA: There are Malaysian women who have sold off their designer accessories, including Birkin bags from Hermes, to get out of a tight spot in life.
MALAYSIANS came in droves to cast their votes as early as possible undeterred by the long queues and the scorching morning sun.
WHOEVER wins in Kepong will be expected to deliver the goods in the coming years.
PETALING JAYA: She started her business from her bedroom, but today, international stars the likes of Gigi Hadid, the Kardashians and Jessica Alba are wearing her designs.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s fashion king Datuk Seri Bernard Chandran, whose exquisite designs are appreciated by an international clientele including Brunei royalty, can now count British royalty among those fascinated with his work.
PETALING JAYA: Congratulatory messages are pouring in for newlyweds Chryseis Tan and SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin as guests at the wedding took to Instagram to post snaps and wishes.
PETALING JAYA: Outrageous as it seems, Malaysia’s nasi lemak-inspired national costume for the 66th Miss Universe pageant in Las Vegas may have already served its purpose.
PETALING JAYA: She is not a bag person, but is now the proud owner of a DKNY bag. Gina Eng Lee Cheng is the first winner of The Star’s Bag That Bag contest, which runs weekly.