Celebrating traditional wear, local designers 'balik kampung' in a different way


Fashion remains an integral part of Hari Raya – no matter how our lifestyles have changed. Photo: Jovian Mandagie

Raya is just around the corner, and it seems that once again it will be rather muted fashion-wise. Designers are reining in their creations in view of the pandemic – whereby classic and timeless looks continue to take centre stage.

A key message is remembering our family and friends. The idea of balik kampung has been given a different take, as well. Instead of a physical journey, everyone is encouraged to return to their roots when dressing up.

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