Neelofa comes out with a clothing line with FashionValet

  • Style
  • Tuesday, 19 Dec 2017

The Neelofa x FashionValet collection is reflective of her personal style - modest, versatile and sophisticated. - Photos: FashionValet

Entrepreneur  and actress Noor Neelofa Mohd Nor has teamed up with online shopping portal FashionValet to come out with a clothing line.

Neelofa isn’t a stranger to the world of fashion; her scarves brand Naelofar Hijab is one of the most popular brands in Malaysia.

There are 11 designs of tops and bottoms.

The collaboration comes as no surprise as she was FashionValet’s first ambassador back in 2012 and has been one of their biggest supporters. FashionValet also carries Naelofar Hijab.

“Neelofa and I have been wanting to collaborate on a collection for the longest time and I’m so glad it’s been put into fruition. Finally! She’s been a good friend of FV’s and mine since the very beginning. We had a lot of fun in the design process and worked very closely together on that.” commented Vivy Yusof, co-founder and chief creative officer of FashionValet in a press release.

The pieces can be worn separately or mixed and matched.

The Neelofa x FashionValet collection which came out Dec 15 consists of 11 designs of tops and bottoms. The designs are very much based on her personal style - modest, versatile and sophisticated.

Although there are matching sets, you can also choose to mix and match the pieces.


There are wide-legged pants with ruffles, blouses with side draping and wrap tops with embellishments.

The theme is mainly nautical, and colours range from darker shades to soft pastels. There’s also a wide range of sizes from XS to XXL.

The Neelofa x FashionValet collection is available online at and its physical stores in Bangsar Village II, and Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.


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