1. Indulge In Local Designs
In an interview with Forbes.com, Nurul Zulkifli of MimpiKita mentioned that the local industry is growing and maturing in positive ways – and we agree. Last year, we saw a massive change of new-wave aesthetics from each designer at KLFW 2018 who weaved their originality into their collection. There’s no harm in having a wardrobe with key pieces that are homegrown. Not only will you be happy to wear a piece of home but you’ll feel great about supporting your local designers too.
See how we rocked pieces from KLFW last year: TEAM Female Takes KL Fashion Week 2018 To The Streets