Eager and driven, young Malaysian fashion designers undeterred by the pandemic

Pictured here (from left) are designers Dickson Lim; Aini Sophi and Aina Sophia Shamsol Zailan; Zaff Jibby; and Zubaida Sahar.

Fashion is no longer what it used to be. The need to go digital, in addition to a changing social and environmental role, has made the industry a challenging one to be in at the moment.

Yet, young designers are not shying away from staking a claim in this oft-believed to be a (although, not always true) lucrative industry. Malaysia has more than its share of young and eager talents willing to brave the new waters.

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