Datin Vivy Yusof on Ramadan, Raya, and surviving a pandemic


Datin Vivy Yusof has much to reflect on - professionally and in her personal life - during the Holy Month. photo: Yap Chee Hong/The Star; Makeup: Noriana Nazuir; Hijab stylist: Didiyana Ehsan

Datin Vivy Yusof, fashion icon, businesswoman and one of Malaysia’s most recognisable public figures, possesses an effortless beauty and charisma about her, but that’s not all that catches the eye as we prep for our cover shoot.

It’s a book she grasps tightly in one hand, while in the other, she carries several outfit options for our shoot.

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