Scrolling through your Instagram in envy of the high flying lifestyle and stylish fashionable clothes? Check out 5 Malaysian women who made it on our must- follow list.
1. Datin Ezurin Yaacob
Wife to Datuk Tunku Yaacob Tunku Tan Sri Abdullah, Datin Ezurin is an active icon in Malaysian High Society. She is a also a mother to four sons and one daughter, who she travels between KL and London for. Having prior experience in the modeling world, she is no stranger to knowing how to dress well and portray different styles.
2. Elaine Daly
Elaine Daly started her modeling career at the age of 14, her maturity and sophistication made her stand out amongst the other models and she quickly won over the modeling world. She’s had over 200 television commercials and advertising campaigns, as well as appeared in countless Malaysian and International press publications and made it on Malaysian Tatler’s 300 List. Don’t let her modeling experience fool you – she’s also got the brains to match, having fulfilled her lifelong goal of being a qualified lawyer while on hiatus from the entertainment industry in 2007. Daly is the proof that beauty and brains do exist.
3. Tengku Chanela Jamidah
Tengku Chanela Jamidah is a triple threat socialite. Businesswoman, fashion designer and mother of two – all while being able to look top-notch. She is fellow member of the Frow of local and international fashion shows, and the co-founder of her homegrown fashion brand THAVIA. To her, “Style is not about trends. It’s about portraying your personal image and your attitude through the way that you dress.” She celebrated her 33rd birthday in May at Nobu KL with a guest list which included Malaysian socialites Sarah Lian, Marion Caunter and Datin Dian Lee.
4. Chryseis Tan
Daughter of Malaysian billionaire business man and investor, Vincent Tan. The latter is the chairman and chief executive of the multi-industry conglomerate, the Berjaya Group. Chryseis is one out of eleven children of Tan’s, who frequently goes on trips to Portofino in Italy or the Swiss Alps. She usually travels either with her family or fellow heir Faliq Nasimuddin.
5. Tengku Zatashah Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah
Tengku Zatashah, the Princess of Selangor, isn’t the spoilt royal people may assume from her title. She has over 20 years of experience in corporate communications, crisis management, consumer goods, hospitality, education, construction, branding and marketing – and she started from the bottom up, for she did not want her title to define her. Tengku Zatashah is able to speak English, French, Spanish and Bahasa Malaysia fluently – and is now trying to get Italian under her belt. She is the Chairman of Light Cibles Malaysia as well as the President of the Alliance Francaise Kuala Lumpur.