#Throwback: Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week 2015

And the moment everyone was waiting for. The winner for #Weitofashion, for the best women’s designer goes to… Nuffnang’s #Bloggerati, @rnadiasabrina! RNadia, accompanied by our very beautiful, down to earth and humble person, #Bloggerati @vivyyusof! Congratulations once again Kak Nadia! You were really great!

 

Young designers take flight at KL Fashion Week 2015 BY YAP PIK KUAN FOR THE MALAYSIAN INSIDER

A model struts down the runway wearing a dress flared out to evoke images of Cambodia's historic temples. With its textured fabric and earthy tones, the model walks down the catwalk with modest confidence, a large olive scarf covering her mouth and neck.

The striking design is one of up-and-coming designer Lee Bao En, 22, who was crowned winner of the first ever AirAsia Runway Ready Designer Search earlier today.

Lee, from UCSI, was inspired by the rich history of Cambodia, and wowed both judges and the audience during the finale fashion show which was held on the last day of Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week Ready to Wear 2015.

 

10 best looks from Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week 2015 The ELLE team choose their favourite looks from KL Fashion Week By ELLE Malaysia

Kate Guest, Editor-in-Chief
Man Chien, look 13
"I'm not alone in falling hard for this collection – it's been a hit with nearly everyone who saw it – and that's because it captured better than any other the crossover between designer and artist. A hand-painted, one-of-a-kind skirt like this is something you may only wear once or twice a year, but it will be for the rest of your life. Man Chien is a triumph for one-person labels, and the reason we need to support them."

Eclipse, look 14
"For me, this dress is a perfect summation of the idea that sometimes it's enough to simply be a beautiful dress, in a beautiful colour. No design tricks, no wackiness, nothing too 'clever clever', just a dress that will make the woman wearing it feel fantastic – and sometimes that's really all I want."

KUALA LUMPUR FASHION WEEK by Shannon Gaitz on August 20, 2015 in News, Runway

For one week Pavilion, Malaysia’s most popular shopping destination, becomes a fishbowl of sorts. International media, bloggers and local celebrities flood the gates and hundreds of consumers look down on its Centre Court from the rafters.

The reason? Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week (KLFW) Ready To Wear 2015 – five days that expose the burgeoning fashion capital as one where guests and residents from all walks of life drop everything for the local and international designers on show.

Take the Streets ... The List by Danial Abdullah

We have seen many new additions in local streetwear, the recent Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week Ready to Wear 2015 featured few of Malaysia’s prominent homegrown streetwear labels such as WolfgangNasty Inc. and Super Sunday who showcased their highly anticipated, from Street-to-Chic crossover collection for the first time.

As part of KLFW RTW’s mission of Moving Fashion Forward, the participation of these local streetwear labels further leverage the streetwear culture in Malaysia and are a force to be reckoned with on the catwalk – in both high fashion shows and the urban streets of metropolitan.

 

HERE’S WHAT WENT DOWN AT KUALA LUMPUR FASHION WEEK BY HARPER's BAZAAR SINGAPORE

We were at the front row of Malaysia’s premier fashion event, Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week, and we bring you all the action from a whirlwind slew of fashion shows and event that included standout Malaysian designers and a strong showing by our very own local talent.

The second day of KLFW saw its usual shenanigans: Glamorous #ootds, dramatic entries and stunning fashion on the runway and off it.

KL Fashion Week: Beyond the glitz and glamour by Nikita Nawawi

KUALA LUMPUR – August 21, 2015: It has been almost a week since the third instalment of Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week Ready to Wear 2015 (KLFW) came to an end, but the fashion realm is still exalting over the imposing presentations by the featured designers.

From Sazzy Falak’s Malaysian-flavoured kimonos and bandeaus to Khoon Hooi’s edgy-luxurious ensemble which sprinkled a taste of high fashion into street wear, KLFW was nothing short of glitz and pizzazz.

For transforming the Pavilion centre court into a flair and panache galore, the fashionistas owe it to the man with the magic wand, Andrew Tan – the founder of KLFW.

kUala Lumpur Fashion Week is back and bigger! by Linawati Adnan, Astro Awani

KUALA LUMPUR: The third Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week (KLFW) Ready-to-Wear (RTW) 2015 officially kicked off on Monday at Pavillion, Jalan Bukit Bukit Bintang by Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz.

A joint effort with Tourism Malaysia to enhance the fashion business and retail industry of the country, organiser, Andrews Models promised five days of fashion forward shows, starting August 12 to August 16 2015 held at its official venue in Pavillion Bukit Bintang.

KLFW 2015: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT KUALA LUMPUR FASHION WEEK by jessica yong

Not once, not twice but thrice! The biggest, stylish and coolest fashion event of the year, Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week (KLFW) is back. This time it's gonna be massive. With more than over 80 designers showcasing their exclusive runway collection. There will also be designers coming from China, Singapore, London, Turkey and Indonesia. Are you ready trendsetters? Dying to know which designer will be showcasing on in KLFW? The list will be found at the bottom of this post.

Attention, fashionistas! KL Fashion Week is back, BY WILLIAM K.C. KEE

“We are proud to welcome back a great numbers of designers this season as well as to be an important platform to a growing number of new designers,” says Andrew Tan, KLFW founder. “The amount of designers showing for the first time is a great testament of the attention KLFW is receiving on a national and international level.”

Get ready to dress up for KL Fashion Week 2015 BY YAP PIK KUAN

Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week Ready-To-Wear is returning for a third year in a row at Pavilion KL.

From 12 to 16 August 2015, Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week will put on display the creations of over 80 designers, local and international alike. They will be presenting their “Runway Collection”, exclusively shown over the five-day event.

 

Colours, sequins and sparkles at KL Fashion Week BY MELANIE CHALIL

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 25 — As one of the country’s most talked about celebrities, Nur Fazura Sharifuddin is no stranger to life in the limelight. Two Fridays ago, the actress, singer, producer and reality television star made her Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week debut as a fashion designer. Her fashion label, House of Doll, started three years ago and it was all things glitzy, replete with sparkles.