Ghea’s China dolls backstage

Often the details of a collection that steal your heart are the details that get lost from afar. Two designers at Indonesia fashion week that had me at their intricacies were  Deden Siswanto and Ghea, whose garments up close were far more impressive than any runway photos can do credit to. Backstage before the show, those loving details were far more easily appreciated, from the carved jewellery, luxe velvet and ’20s style finger waves of Ghea to the warrior-like robes and ponytails of Siswanto.

backstage at ghea indonesia fashion week

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Backstage at IFW: day 3
Backstage at IFW: day 3
Backstage at IFW: day 3
Backstage at IFW: day 3
Backstage at IFW: day 3
Backstage at IFW: day 3
Backstage at IFW: day 3
Backstage at IFW: day 3
Backstage at IFW: day 3
Backstage at IFW: day 3
Backstage at IFW: day 3
Backstage at IFW: day 3
Backstage at IFW: day 3
Backstage at IFW: day 3

For more photos of the details backstage, click on the thumbnails above.

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