Posts tagged Women's Fashion
Pestle & Mortar Fall/Winter 2018 Collection: As Above, So Below

Home grown fashion label, Pestle & Mortar Clothing, brought it to the streets to debut their latest ‘As Above, So Below’ FW 18 Collection by switching the way Malaysians commute. While in New York you have subways that take you to downtown, they partnered with Prasarana Malaysia, SOCAR and Touch n’ Go Digital (TNGD) to reveal the collection with a bold fashion show in the LRT as the train speeds along from Kelana Jaya station to Pasar Seni Station. The #MultiflexFriday campaign aims to bring life and party to your everyday commute which kickstarted at the Kelana Jaya LRT station.

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Motiv8 Launches Sustainable Activewear Made From Plastic Waste

Recent headlines of plastic straws being replaced with steel and bamboo counterparts has been making waves as part of the movement to better protect the environment. Jumping on the bandwagon, Motiv8 has launched their new 2018 collection and it’s made from plastic waste!

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Prada's Fall / Winter Collection ... Eyewear of The Season

Recent headlines of plastic straws being replaced with steel and bamboo counterparts has been making waves as part of the movement to better protect the environment. Jumping on the bandwagon, Motiv8 has launched their new 2018 collection and it’s made from plastic waste!

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Gucci Bloom: Your Favourite Floral Scent

A scent designed to celebrate the authenticity, vitality and diversity of women, the first fragrance developed fully under Alessandro Michele’s vision - flourishes in a natural, expressive and individual way in the previous year. Capturing the rich scent of a thriving garden filled with an abundance of flowers through the medley of of exotic Rangoon Creeper and white florals, it gives out celebration vibes of womanhood and femininity.

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Amber Chia: Malaysia’s Original Influencer - Special Edition

The word ‘influencer’ only came about recently, but who started this wave of social media socialites? Take a young girl from the nooks of Tawau, Sabah and a big dream of becoming a supermodel.

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Adidas Running Launches Brand - New PureBOOST GO for City Runners.

City runners can rejoice with the arrival Adidas Running’s latest addition, the brand new PureBOOST GO! Designed to adapt to the city streets, runners can now experience the thrill of urban running. While many of us may not be used to street running, the shoes were designed with the purpose of helping us to adapt. Not just to empower and encourage more to take up running, the PureBOOST GO comes with more features proving that these shoes were made to take running to a whole new level.

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Not Fragile by Min Luna x FashionValet

Self-love is easier said than done but at this year’s Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week 2018, Min Luna in collaboration with FashionValet launched her “Not Fragile” collection which brought all of us one step closer to feeling true self-love. The diversity and sheer power emanating from the collection echoes pride from deep within; speaking truth on how body shape, size, age, and difference can and should be celebrated for us all.

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NAZIM OTHMAN “Dress Me Like a Woman - Special Edition

What comes to mind when you think of the word ‘gender’? From young we were taught that gender means a person’s assigned sex at birth. We understood the basic biology that it only goes both ways, you’re either a boy or a girl.

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The Unbearable Lightness of Being - Special Edition

The Unbearable Lightness of Being takes place mainly in Prague in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It explores the artistic and intellectual life of Czech society from the Prague Spring of 1968 to the invasion of Czechoslovakia by the Soviet Union and three other Warsaw Pact countries and its aftermath. The main characters are: Tomáš, an adulterous surgeon; his wife Tereza, a photographer anguished by her husband's infidelities; Tomáš’s lover Sabina, a free-spirited artist; Franz, a Swiss university professor and lover of Sabina; and finally Šimon, Tomáš’s estranged son from an earlier marriage.

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Courage Through Your Personal Style @ KLFW

Such a broad spectrum of opinion here as we talk about fashion, what is fashionable, who decides the trends, or what constitutes to being unfashionable? I love fashion and styles, and I think there are plenty of absorbing things about the industry and the idea of expressing yourself through clothes. Instead of encouraging your inner Carrie Bradshaw or the fashionista in you, I am here to tell you how to embrace your personal style and maybe give you a few tips and tricks to finding your own inner fashion goddess.

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How to Survive KLFW

Another year and another fashion week is upon us!  Can one really be ready for all the fashion antics, wardrobe malfunctions, and those incredibly long days?  From making an entrance to watching back-to-back shows, this is your complete guide to surviving the madness that is Fashion Week.  Some fashion veterans have shared their insights as to how they stay on top of their game all week long.  If you’re an aspiring model, behind-the-scenes enthusiast, or a rookie attendee, this is the guide for you. 

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H&M X GP&J For Womenswear Collection

Crazy over flare pants and vintage floral print tops? Fret not, H&M finally unveils their collaborative collection with  GP & J Baker. The Swedish giant teams up with globally renowned, GP & J Baker, British wallpaper and textile house to unveil their lates collection. Having access to the vast archive of wallpapers, H&M makes fine use of the archives and brings them into the collection.

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3 Retail Technology Trends Transforming Luxury

In April last year, the online luxury retailer Farfetch announced a partnership with Gucci to launch “The Store of the Future“. Combining in-store retail technology and online fashion tech, Farfetch helped Gucci collect data on its customers online and offline. With “The Store of the Future”, Farfetch showcased in-store technology that enables luxury shoppers to use their smartphone to log in when they enter a store in order to receive personalised recommendations from the retail staff. The staff themselves would be able to access their affluent customers’ profile, including purchase history and product wish lists.

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Halo Effect

The coin term of Edward Thorndike in 1920 what a firm belief that people’s judgments were impacted by presumptions they made of others. In other words, Thorndike believes that our judgment is often coloured by our impression of a person or for example, when you meet someone on the streets of Kia Peng or Ampang for the first time, who is dressed in brands like Gucci and Manolo Blahniks, …

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Fashion Impressions

Giving advice on what you should wear is conflicting, not because the possibilities are endless but because I believe you should never dress for anyone but yourself. Alas, we live in a world where judgements are made faster than Trump can say something racist, so as much as I value realness and self-expression, I’m guilty of putting tremendous effort in steering people’s impressions of me through my fashion choices - practically fashion inception, I know.

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Omotenashi and The Rise of Malaysia's Homegrown Brands

Gone were the days when buying clothes bi-annually from Jusco was enough.From undergarments to sports shoes, in the past, we all relied on malls and extinct department stores for our fashion fix. Of course, the atas folks didn’t have to, they’d be repping international brands only available to us by proxy via movies like Pretty Woman and Clueless.

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