At Threadapeutic, sustainability is all about prolonging the life cycle of fashion waste by upcycling discarded fabric and offcuts into artisanal, one-of-a-kind and imperfectly perfect accessories.
Though the virtual show was long and repetitive, Ria Miranda delivered a collection right on target with her growing mass audience.
This year’s Jakarta Fashion Week ended with little fanfare, but Sejauh Mata Memandang, TOTON and Lulu Lutfi Labibi wrapped up with solid collections that are satisfyingly thought-provoking.
Yosafat Dwi Kurniawan and Jan Sober’s collections were well-rounded and nice. And sometimes nice is all we need.
It’s no surprise that Tities Sapoetra produced a very commercial, funky collection with Panasonic. Jenahara and Rani Hatta presented workwear. The former delivered its design rationale though it doesn’t look very current, while the reverse was true for the latter.
Wilsen Willim was consistent but teetered dangerously to a snooze fest. AMOTSYAMSURIMUDA went for an all-white collection in the spirit of hopefulness and Iwan Tirta focused in on younger male clients.