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ESMOD's graduates show their designs at JFW
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Nov '11
Fashion school ESMOD this time around presents 9 collections created by its alumnis: Pro, Z et S, Kaisara, Mr. Lover and Mrs. Loather, Nuguwigii, Paper Dolls, Afriyanti Tan, Linda Mariani and Rebecca Marsauli.

The Jakarta Fashion Week (JFW) is Indonesia's definitive fashion event, held annually to showcase Indonesian fashion design talents as well as the progress of its burgeoning fashion and creative industry.

Jakarta Fashion Week is on and will run till 18 November at the Pacific Place Shopping Mall in South Jakarta.

Esmod has become a worldwide leader in fashion education for over 160 years. The Esmod training is both technical and artistic and has combined creativity, techniques and professionalism through a network of 21 schools located in various parts of the world. Esmod International today influences French fashion throughout the world.

Esmod Jakarta has upheld the rigorous professional international standard and encourages young designers to adapt it to the rich cultural heritage of Indonesian culture.

Esmod Jakarta provides an intensive education based on over 160 years of fashion experience. The programs are continually reviewed and updated to cater to the needs of a changing society. Its experienced and qualified teachers provide professionalism to nurture young stylists and modelists.

Jakarta Fashion Week (JFW)


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