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Lifestyle

Dazzle in gowns

Coming from a family of fashion makers, Beatrice Looi has found her forte in evening wear. She will be showing her creations at KL Fashion Week 2003 on April 23-27.

Lifestyle

Blending the colours

SPRING 2003 is upon us, and Christian Dior unveils the 2003 Spring New Look with casual chic, urban and dynamic make-up.

Business

Metamorphosis of Taman Seputeh

SOME things never change. Some do. Taman Seputeh is going through a metamorphosis. After all, how long can all that tranquillity and green possibly last?

Lifestyle

Carving a niche

Youthful, edgy, whimsical and somewhat daring designs are what Carven Ong#8217;s fashion creations are all about, writes S.S. YOGA. Catch him at the Secretaries Luncheon on April 23, which is part of KL Fashion Week 2003.

Lifestyle

Work and play

As a tribute to working women, Malaysian designer Edmund Ser proposes classy and subtle variations for office dressing. Ser will be showing his creations at a secretaries#8217; luncheon on April 23 at the Mandarin Oriental in Kuala Lumpur in conjunction with I>KL Fashion Week 2003/Iorganised by I>The Star/I>.

Lifestyle

It's in the bag

Whatever the mood, outfit or occasion, Maganda Styles has the bag for you. Their hand-woven totes in vibrant hues will add pizzazz to any fashionista#8217;s wardrobe, writes ALICE CHING.

Nation

Cops to use all resources to stop armed gangs

Police have declared the fight against gangs who use firearms to commit robberies their top priority and are committing all their resources, manpower and logistics to end their activities, CID Director Comm Datuk Salleh Mat Som announced Friday.

Education

Safety and risk

News in brief

Lifestyle

Sparkle and shine

IRENE KIEW and MAJORIE CHIEW review the latest beauty products on the shelves.

Business

JJ expects to maintain 45% sales growth this year

JOHNSON amp; Johnson Vision Care, the disposable contact lens manufacturing division of Johnson amp; Johnson (M) Sdn Bhd (Jamp;J), expects to maintain a 40% - 45% sales growth this year, said its business manager Clement Wong.