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LIKE strawberries and cream, fashion and hair go hand in hand. In all fashion shows, hair and makeup are used to complement the clothes #8211; like icing on cake. For the I>Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week 2003/I>, the little matter of hairstyle is left in the hands of seven L#8217;Oreal hair ambassadors.
Some have to eat while reading, some have to read while eating, and others savour words in the toilet. In conjunction with World Book Day today, ALLAN KOAY finds out what makes Malaysian book lovers tick.
The I>jubah/I>, popular in the Middle East, is a growing trend for this type of dress in Malaysia. Anglia Muslimah, a new boutique in Bangsar Shopping Centre, is aware of this growing trend, and is working to address this need, especially among the middle-class, as its location suggests.
At the recent KL Fashion Week 2003, stunning clothes were closely matched with eye-catching coiffures. REENA GURBAKSH speaks to four L#8217;Oreal artistic ambassadors who styled hair at the event to find out what went into the making of those hot heads.
Fourteen years after a spurned client disfigured her face, ex-nightclub hostess Siow Lee-Khoon's new mission in life is to counsel the suicide-prone, writes CHEONG SUK-WAI.
When a big company like DiGi Telecommunications Bhd (DiGi) organises an arts event, you#8217;d expect it to be all about prestige and glam. What you don#8217;t expect is a cheery afternoon where well-known dancers get underprivileged children to groove to catchy folks tunes -- all in the equally cheery name of the DiGi Yellow Mobile 'Culture Caravan'. VERONICA SHUNMUGAM joins in some of the fun.