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More Malaysian designers and labels are churning out eco-friendly collections, and doing their part to promote sustainable fashion.
PETALING JAYA: Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) need to decide which revenue streams need to be rationalised or maintained amid the current challenging environment.
The show must go on. From a film to a web series and a short virtual presentation, it was a go ahead for Malaysian fashion despite the current pandemic and restrictions.
Within the fashion industry, the shows must go on. Seasonal trends are alive and well too, although influenced by our drastically changing lifestyles.
In this pandemic era, the local fashion industry has found that it has to reach out to customers in new and more creative ways.
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.
While masks featuring logos and matching prints of outfits are nowadays legion, a new arrival in the realm of pandemic fashion could well 'break the internet' – the mask dress, a combination of trend and practicality.
Various Malaysian fashion designers have released Pink October collections, whereby proceeds will be donated to organisations working to raise awareness of breast cancer.
Fashion’s new fixation with casualness is being celebrated. Loungewear has risen to astronomical popularity, with chic pyjamas being the chosen go-to.
Covering your face with a mask is as much a fashion thing, as it is about being socially responsible. Even 'Vogue' magazine is tracking the trend.