While fashion is her legacy, Melinda Looi's daughter has her eye on art instead

Her mother is a renowned Malaysian designer, but Maya Luebbert is resolutely carving her own path in life. Photo: The STar/MUHAMAD SHAHRIL ROSLI

At 15 years old, Maya Luebbert already has a fashion collection to her name. Although not designed by her – but instead, featuring her art, this is still a big deal for someone at such a young age.

Last year saw Maya collaborating with her mother, well-known fashion designer Melinda Looi. It was a range of couture pieces showcasing handmade traditional materials like rattan weaving, tenun, batik and songket.

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