You can balik kampung in style with these Raya designs

  • Style
  • Wednesday, 21 Jun 2017

If you’re still looking for your baju Raya, don’t worry. You still have time. FashionValet has a wide array of exclusive collections from local and regional designers.

This Raya season’s campaign travels back in time to an idyllic kampung way of life. Set in the late 1950s, it features a heavy use of monochromatic illustrations that signals a fun and whimsical vibe.

“The FashionValet office is buzzing with excitement for the most anticipated season of the year – Hari Raya Aidilfitri,” enthused co-founder and chief creative officer of FashionValet, Vivy Yusof.

Some of the designer labels that FashionValet is offering include Afiq M, Alia B, Fizi Woo, Rizman Ruzaini, Khoon Hooi, Mimpikita, NH by Nurita Harith, Syaiful Baharim and Aere.

Fizi Woo
NH by Nurita Harith
Rizman Ruzaini

Rizman Ruzaini’s collection for example, brings forward a fresh, contemporary twist on traditional wear. Designs and silhouettes have been reworked, revitalised with a pretty colour palette and finished with an assortment of embellishments.

Another highlight is NH by Nurita Harith. The label presents soft silhouettes in its most contemporary, sophisticated form designed for the modern woman with a love for modern simplicity.

Syaiful Baharim’s ready-to-wear range comprises of classic as well as more modern pieces. These range from peplum tunics to modern baju kurungs with elegantly undulating ruffles.

Syaiful Baharim
Khoon Hooi

“This year, the entire family gets to join in the fun of shopping with FashionValet, as we are adding on new categories for men and kids. What is Hari Raya without the spirit of doing things together?” Vivy stated.

FashionValet’s Raya collections can be bought online or at the stores located within Pavilion Kuala Lumpur and Bangsar Village II, KL.

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