How fashion and family go hand-in-hand for the Hari Raya festivities

Malaysian personality Aishah Sinclair features in the Hani Mokhta campaign, together with her daughter, Aina Elisabeth. It underscores the family aspect of dressing up for Hari Raya. Photo: Hani Mokhta

Fashion is a large part of the Hari Raya celebration, and so is family. To mark the auspicious day, families will dress up in bright and cheerful clothes.

Matching outfits for example, is a popular practice each year. The idea is to coordinate with loved ones on what to wear – with hopes of getting the perfect group snapshot for social media postings.

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