From soft, ethereal, utterly feminine looks to bold, daring and much more edgier range of ready-to-wear, Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week 2016 packs a fashionable punch, adding a mix of flavor to our local offerings. Here we look at the looks that stormed the KLFW runway this year.
Innai Red showcased a bright range of brightly colored versatile pieces, perfect for work and play, with ruffles and florals taking center stage.
Dreamy, feminine pieces dominated the Mimpi Kita runway with soft pastel hues, pretty pleats and lots of flowy, dainty fabrics.
Alia Bastamam gave us her own interpretation of versatility with molten metallics paired with earthy hues of green, browns, whites and touches of electric blue and dusty pinks that gave it a feminine edge.
Teaming up with Japanese kimono fabric maker Sarakich, Celest Thoi presented a fun collection that gave a quirky spin to fairy-tale like dresses in pop summery hues.
We expected edgy, strong, all-out designs from Melinda Looi, and she definitely didn’t disappoint. With bold shades of red and black, mix of prints and of course, tulle, tulle and more tulle, Melinda Looi’s collection for KLFW16 got us inching closer to the stage from our seats to admire all the details crafted beautifully onto her looks.
Elegance, sophistication and femininity were aplenty along with some interesting play on colors and textures at Nuritha Harith this season, with a collection of gorgeous dresses inspired by Georgia Hamilton. The clever use of dusty pinks moving towards deep scarlet, maroon and a few pieces in burnt orange kept the collection looking fresh and interesting.
All images from KLFW 2016