You have searched for "Malaysian designers"
Showing 1-10 of 42
Doing their part for charity, a group of Malaysian designers recently created a show-stopping collection inspired by their favourite Disney princesses.
Fashion wants to do away with its seasons. But what does it mean for Malaysia? Will designers and consumers here be affected in any way if the seasonality of the industry is abolished?
In the past, we have seen food companies extending their branding into clothing lines. Local designers are now bringing their own "flavour" into things that you can literally sink your teeth in.
The cheongsam is certainly versatile, and local fashion talents here in Malaysia are showing that the traditional attire can be fun and trendy – while still keeping its timeless silhouette.
Under the helm of the Malaysian Official Designers Association, local fashion designers are banding together to sew medical gowns for hospitals.Under the helm of the Malaysian Official Designers Association, local fashion designers are banding together to sew medical gowns for hospitals.
The essentials deemed necessary for dressing up have changed. Face masks are now part and parcel of a whole outfit or “look”.
Malaysian designers and labels are returning to well-loved classic silhouettes for their Hari Raya collections this year, where the pieces can be dressed up or down for different occasions.
To support those affected by the recent floods, Malaysian designers have lent their voice to call for donations and other forms of help.
Two of Malaysia’s most recognisable names in fashion, Tom Abang Saufi and Melinda Looi, have partnered to launch face masks that send a message of togetherness.
While style will remain a big part of Hari Raya, those celebrating are expected to tone down the fashion aspect of the festivities.