Ning prefers designer clothes


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 24 Apr 2003

PETALING JAYA: Ning Baizura is one classy lady.  

One of the things that makes her feel good is investing in something that is of high quality. 

Ning: 'With branded items you get proven quality'

Being dressed from head to toe in trademark Dior couture, Michael Ong, Louis Vuitton or Fendi is what Ning loves best. 

“I prefer branded items for the simple reason you get proven quality and durability. It’s a bit pricey though but you get guaranteed satisfaction. 

“As they say, you pay peanuts, you get monkeys,” said Ning who will impart her grooming tips during a five-hour workshop tomorrow at Cititel. Her fellow celebrity peers such as Soong Ai Ling and Miss Malaysia/World (2002/ 2003) Mabel Ng will also be there. 

Ning, who won the Voice of Asia contest at 16 and released her debut album at 18, started grooming herself right from her schooldays. 

Ning said she takes her time when dressing up as she wants to look good.  

On her beauty regiment, Ning is one of those celebrities who has to have a lot of beauty sleep and loads of water to make sure her skin doesn’t get dehydrated. 

“I need at least eight hours of sleep. (Manager) Vernon (Kedit-Jolly) said I sleep like a baby. If I have late shows, I’ll make sure I make up for it or else it will upset my whole day,” she said. 

Ning who has an astounding vocal range is currently riding high on the hit Kembali from her latest album Selagi Ada ? Ning after a three-year hiatus.  

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