Saturday, 3 March 2012

Ethnic Electism by Anne Avantie

Masterpiece is a work produced with the full seriousness by the hands of a maestro. Three leading designers; Ferry Sunarto, Musa Widyatmodjo and Anne Avantie showed their best work through the eclectic ethnic inspiration in BNI presents performances Ethnic Eclectism was held on February 26 at 20:00 pm-22 pm. Fashion show sponsored by BNI Indonesia is the final show of Indonesia Fashion Week 2012.

Anne Avantie fashion show close the Ethnic Electism show at Plenary Hall. With the theme “Indonesia Sehati”, Anne presented the epic performances in collaboration with Guruh Soekarno Putra and Garin Nugroho. Anne’s collections inspired by the song lyric by Guruh Soekarno Putra and narrative by Garin Nugroho. Anne Avantie, a designer from Semarang presented show that combined narrative, movement, dance and song as well as in a bundle. In this fashion show, you saw masterpieces of Anne Avantie; kebaya, ready-to-wear collection, until her batik gold Prada coletan. Passion, dedication and perseverance of Anne Avantie in developing kebaya made her deserve to get the highest appreciation.























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Ethnic Eclectism by Ferry Sunarto

Masterpiece is a work produced with the full seriousness by the hands of a maestro. Three leading designers; Ferry Sunarto, Musa Widyatmojo and Anne Avantie showed their best work through the eclectic ethnic inspiration in BNI presents performances Ethnic Eclectism was held on February 26 at 20:00 pm-22 pm. Fashion show sponsored by BNI Indonesia is the final show of Indonesia Fashion Week 2012.

Ferry Sunarto identic with his beautiful kebaya with a soft aura. Watching Ferry’s fashion show is like watching romantic movie which can make every woman fall in love. The man from Bandung who is inspiring by Bali made his theme of collection The Fascinating Romance. He used embroidery in his collection and a floating fabric shades lighter motif blends with the beauty of songket Bali. A sprinkling of pearls and crystals in soft colours made his collection looks sophisticated and glamorous. Ferry used silk fabrics, cotton, lace, tulle, organza and jacquard. It proved that man couln be processed in such a beautiful kebaya with a modern look without forgetting the traditional roots that already exist. Through his work, hoping Ferry kebaya can grow more powerful so that later kebaya can be recognized on the whole world.











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Ethnic Electism by Musa Widyatmojo

Masterpiece is a work produced with the full seriousness by the hands of a maestro. Three leading designers; Ferry Sunarto, Musa Widyatmodjo and Anne Avantie showed their best work through the eclectic ethnic inspiration in BNI presents performances Ethnic Eclectism was held on February 26 at 20:00 pm-22 pm. Fashion show sponsored by BNI Indonesia is the final show of Indonesia Fashion Week 2012.

Musa Widyatmojo prefers made ready-to-wear collection. Through the label M by Musa, senior designer clothing for women presents modern clothes with a touch of Indonesia. The design is modern and classy in a dress, top, pants and skirts. This made the label M by Musa available in many leading department stores. At IFW 2012, the label presents the theme of the (ine) who brings culture women of Flores, Ende. His designs are suitable for urban women's lives. With the right formula, Musa mixed cultural influences, global trends. Perfect!













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Psychedelic Slang by Deden Siswanto

Observation and exploration of a designer to the culture and time always produces different output. Deden Siswanto, Eny Ming, Ghea S. Panggabean, and Audy Defrico translates their vision of "pieces of life" in fashion. All wrapped in the Psychedelic Slang fashion show which was held at the Plenary stage on February 25, 2012 as a series of Indonesia Fashion Week 2012.

Deden Siswanto's character is very unique. He always mixs folklore, urban and multi era. His collections looks contemporary vintage and chic. At IFW 2012, the theme of Deden’s show is Debutante Delight. The meeting of two cultures inspires the collections; there are the royal Javanese dress and fashions of Europe in the colonial era. The materials of his collection are cotton, corduroy, canvas, linen and voile.
















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