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Young IFF designers show on day-5 of Jakarta Fashion Week
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Oct '13
The designers of Indonesia Fashion Forward (IFF), a coaching program for young designers, once again presented their collections on the fifth day of the 2014 Jakarta Fashion Week.

The designers were Bretzel, Cotton Ink and Monday to Sunday. They admitted that joining the IFF helped them in developing their products thus affirming their vision.

Monday to Sunday opened the show with “Bon Voyage!”. Bringing a playful look, Monday to Sunday applied color and motif blockings, like the loose dress with polkadots and blue, pink and brown stripes. There were also short dresses with sweet floral prints or peach blue abstract motif. This made the grey tops or black and white motifs did not look dull.

Cotton Ink by Carline Darjanto and Ria Sarwono presented the traditional megamendung motif in spring colors. The orange megamendung half top looked sporty. Also, the pink blue shorts mixed with sweater appeared young and modern. Cotton Ink also used a combination of batik with leather. The pieces looked casual and comfortable; a Cotton Ink typical.

The third brand, Bretzel by Imelda Kartini, exhibited the collection inspired by hippies from the ‘60s and ‘70s. It carried out the free spirit and romanticism ambience. The Bretzel-specialty detailing was combined with bright colors, geometrical motifs, and layering which resulted in a fresh bohemian look.

A distinct look was also found in the hippie motifs completed with quill and bell-shaped silver miniskirts. There were earth-tone maxi dresses as well, which were a combination of chiffon and lightweight chiffon.

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