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PETALING JAYA: Two top fashion designers are teaming up with the Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS) to put a smile on the faces of underprivileged children with custom-made clothes for this Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
As the past year has shown us, the style industry is fast changing. Nevertheless, Covid-19 has not stopped the young talents of our country from trying to stamp their mark on the fashion scene.
Like the rest of the world, Malaysia has adapted. Our local designers have survived the pandemic – either through sheer determination or by being resourceful, and they have learnt from it too.
The photo of a newsreader presumably wearing a women’s clothing got the netizens talking. But, RTM says it’s a traditional male outfit.
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.
The baju kurung has never gone out of style. In terms of it being timeless, local designers have always returned to this traditional design.
PETALING JAYA: It was close to 10pm – way past the hour to break fast during Ramadan – when Dr Ahmad Yusuf Yahaya returned home from his journey to Hospital Sabak Bernam.
As a veteran designer, Datuk Rizalman Ibrahim's experience spans more than 25 years. He is known for glamorous designs that combine fashion daring with wearability.