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Malaysian fashion designers are reining in their creations in view of the pandemic – whereby classic and timeless looks take centre stage. Instead of a physical 'balik kampung' journey, everyone is encouraged to return to their roots when dressing up.
It seems impossible at first to imagine a comeback for the corset in modern times, but the garment hailing from European courts of the Middle Ages is making a comeback in forms that exalt the body without constraining it.
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 Millon auction house is presenting "Chantal Thomass' 40 years Of Fashion", dedicated to the most emblematic pieces of the famous fashion designer's irreverent style.
Used to create patterns on fabric for apparel, accessories, and these days, even face masks, batik has experienced a revival among fashion enthusiasts regionally, especially here in Malaysia.
When it comes to furniture, Malaysia has an inherent advantage in its rich abundance of natural resources and its history in furniture making.
Many top brands will be combining menswear and womenswear collections for the upcoming Autumn/Winter 2021 Milan Fashion Week. It will comprise both physical and digital shows.
More Malaysian designers and labels are churning out eco-friendly collections, and doing their part to promote sustainable fashion.