JFFF; The APPMI Mini Show

Handy Hartono – Elephantine Nubian

Inspired by the natural beauty of arts and cultures of the Nubians who live in Elephantine island, along the banks of Nile from Aswan, Egypt. He used a lot of earthy palette, geometrical pattern, braids, woven and a lot of volumes.

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Harry Ibrahim – L’Histoire C’est Moi

His collection is inspired by greek culture and history. Harry Ibrahim presented an architectural and glittering look with details like pleats and beads forming a geometrical silhoutte, using chiffon, satin, tulle, lace, jacquard and lurex.

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Malik Moestaram – From A to H (Africa to Hollywood)

Malik Moestaram’s interpretation of African theme in his collection is definitely more modern and wearable. He used eco-friendly and locally-sourced materials with plenty of animal prints in various colors.

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Defrico Audy – Exotism of Celebes

Defrico Audy tried to capture the beauty and exotism of Sulawesi island through the use of traditional tenun from Sulawesi Tengara. He turned these vivid jewel-tone fabrics into gorgeous cocktail and empire dresses, blazers, pantalons and cropped jackets.

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