In its fourth involvement in the Jakarta Fashion Week, Lasalle presented a series of gifted young designers, Lasalle students and alumni. The moment became a prestigious time for them to showcase their collections to public.
There were four Fashion Business and Fashion Design students revealing their final project in the first sequence. They were Aswin Satriyo Aji, Jesica Suprin, Lily Rika Anggraeni, and Hisayo. Aswin came with a theme “Metamorphosis” reflected in clothes with black and white pallette, depicting the butterfly life cycle. On the other hand, Jesica with “Mazed” collection showed a series of androgyny and mysterious pieces inspired by the labyrinth concept.
Meanwhile, like the name of the collection, “Contra”, Hisayo showed an interesting contrast in the design. For example, metallic material combined with organza brought out sultry and mature clothes. The presentation was immediately followed by Lily Rika with “Winter Beats”, inspired by the forest atmosphere and the appearance of arctic wolf. It was apparent in her fall/winter collection; the attractive yet simple and clean cut fur and leather were dominant.
The second sequence was the moment for the labels of the Lasalle alumni: Marie+Lu, Now Here, Andhita Siswandi and Fer & Dact. Feroline of Fer & Dact hosted a fashion parade influenced by the pattern and architecture of Morocco. The two-piece outfits looked simple and feminine, some of them had a building silhouette on the fabric, embroidery details, and combined with loose vest, black blazer, or white boots.
Meanwhile, Now Here with the collection “Triangle” offered a series of ready to wear pieces such as T-Shirt and casual pants. Uniquely, the collection has an unusual touch of metallic flakes and triangles attached to several parts. Completed by Doc Marten shoes and glowing cotton shirts, Now Here tried to capture the today’s trend of men’s wear.
As for Marie+Lu, she grabbed the attention through the headpiece collection enlacing and enchanting the heads of the models. She played around with jumpsuit with turban, black one-shoulder top with brown skirt, and also tube dress with metallic embellishment circling the chest; making the pieces looked feminine yet fearless.
Then Andhita Siswandi, for whom it was the second Jakarta Fashion Week, revealed a collection themed “One Night Evening”. The background of the collection was “an urban woman of Jakarta who has activities for the whole day, but yet still looks stylish”. It was enchanting to see the dresses mixed with shoes with pink socks on the runway.
Jakarta Fashion Week
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