Jakarta Euphoria Project

by Julius Kensan
23rd February 2014
Coverage on the high-octane event that combined the experience of Fashion and Art all together under one roof.

Created to showcase the most creative and progressive brands both local and international, the first ever Jakarta Euphoria Project kicked off to a roaring start. The event, which spanned over the Valentine’s weekend, attracted crowds that consist of enthusiastic and bright-eyed young adults. The event is broken down into two segmentation, Art and Fashion.

In Art, guests feasted their eyes on live art mural installation by famed Graphic Designer, Zaky Arifin, a larger than life humourous mural from local Design Studio, Fullfill to entrancing black & white photographs by Poppie Mayiesky.

In Fashion, the event brought together progressive brands (albeit new), both local and international, and propelled them into the spotlight that they deserved. Other than clothing labels such as Otoko, Maris and Monstore, lifestyle and home ware products such as Orca Books and General Object respectively can be found among the mix.

All in all, the one notion that collated all these people and brands under one roof is energy. More than just an event to combine the experience of Art and Fashion together, Jakarta Euphoria Project has also managed to bring across the essence of modern life that embodies bold, urban and current.


Jakarta Euphoria Project

Feb 14th – 16th, 2014

Grand Indonesia West Mall, Level 5.