November 29, 2014

IPMI TREND SHOW 2015 - SERE SIMANJUNTAK, OPI BACHTIAR & DANJYO HIYOJI


      There was other local promising brands which showed their own creation in processing woven fabric to be wearable everyday pieces at Bazaar Fashion Festival 2014. Let's take a look! (Read also the previous label collection review: Monday To Sunday, I.K.Y.K, Lekat)

Sere Simanjuntak

       A line of pink collection was all about this collection under "Se" label. The designer chose the origami technique to process her Masturi woven fabric. She executed it successfully and resulted to a line of pretty collection. It was loose and sheer for few of clothes which looked so comfortable to wear. In addition, the collection was so feminine, chic, and stylish. It was totally wearable moreover supported by the cool ethnic necklaces.



Opi Bachtiar

      The A/W collection "Savannah" he brought to Bazaar Fashion Festival was inspired by Sumba heritage, including the fauna and the local women. The inspiration reinforced by the visual recording from photographer Timur Angin and Taufik Ismael's poem "Beri Daku Sumba". The designer brought the edgy look to the stage with asymmetry cut and see-thru material. Bold and masculine image were radiated through the collection.



Danjyo Hiyoji

      Once more, the ready-to-wear label under the hands of Liza Mashita and Dana Maulana surprised us. Unlike the previous collection of Danjyo Hiyoji which usually consisted of monochrome color & plain, the Nebula collection was full of colorful pieces made from NTT woven fabric which glowed in the dark made by special technique. I found it was interesting to showcase the woven fabric in unusual way such as made it glowing in the dark. The edgy, dynamic and youthful style, and the accessories which completed the look was beyond amazing. My favorite piece is that black bomber jacket, which was also glow in the dark at the same time. I mean, how awesome was that?

1 comment:

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: great collection. Fabulous proposals. Keep in touch