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Fierce jewellery, unexpected luxury

You can tell a lot about a woman based solely on the jewelry she chooses to wear. All the more when that jewelry is so dazzling, and so unexpectedly layered as if its ultimate purpose is to redefine the idea of luxury. For Sarah Ford, luxury is clearly no longer just for the classy ladies, it’s an ever evolving statement and it’s all about power:…
The Devil's Advocate by Sarah Ford for L'Officiel Indonesia
The Devil's Advocate by Sarah Ford for L'Officiel Indonesia
The Devil's Advocate by Sarah Ford for L'Officiel Indonesia
The Devil's Advocate by Sarah Ford for L'Officiel Indonesia
The Devil's Advocate by Sarah Ford for L'Officiel Indonesia
The Devil's Advocate by Sarah Ford for L'Officiel Indonesia

Daniel Wellington watch; my new timepiece

I inhertied my passion for horological finery at about the same time I developed my passion for suits (the watches, perhaps, came first), and I inherited both from the same man. At first it was a digital watch here and a Timex piece there (as an aside, Timex have the loudest tick I’ve ever encountered – light sleepers, beware), but before long it was a…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, techno genius

Drawing what is perhaps a tentative link beween Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Transformers, and how gadgets can improve your life, is the October 2012 issue of Elle Indonesia. Another familiar Dolce & Gabbana outfit, the shot is from the same series as her recent Elle UK cover.

Fahrani Empel edgy in Dew

Fahrani Empel is an Indonesian all-rounder: model, actress, activist, designer. One of her latest projects is CAST Eyewear (casteyewear.com), a label based in Bali that produces bold, fashion-forward sunglasses as seen on the likes of Lady Gaga and Madonna. The label also has a secondary line on the go called CAST Eyewear X Borneo which raises money towards efforts to save the environment in the…
Fahrani Empel by Teuku Ajie for Dew Magazine
Fahrani Empel by Teuku Ajie for Dew Magazine
Fahrani Empel by Teuku Ajie for Dew Magazine
Fahrani Empel by Teuku Ajie for Dew Magazine
Fahrani Empel by Teuku Ajie for Dew Magazine
Fahrani Empel by Teuku Ajie for Dew Magazine

Silo by Joost: sustainable cafe, Melbourne

What does it mean for a cafe to be sustainable? Silo by Joost is creating its own definition, making dreams a reality with its no-waste, sustainable and eco-friendly philosophy. It may be just a dot on the Melbourne map but this unique and inspiring cafe is making the right kind of waves. Find out more after the break.

Mettle jewellery channels The Fifth Element

Part of The Fifth Element‘s enduring appeal was the iconic costuming: Milla Jovovich, bright orange hair, white bandage-strapped outfit clinging precariously to a model frame. It also brought sci-fi themes out of geekdom with its mainstream cast and love-conquers-all ending. Both the visuals of the film and the themes around humanity’s survival were the inspiration behind Mettle’s latest jewellery collection – and it’s all the…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

Marie Claire Indonesia hears the beat of the drums

It’s one of the strongest of 2012’s fashion motifs, yet few creatives are game to approach it. It’s the tribal fashion trend, and this season it differs from past interpretations. In the past the look was overt: a turban here, a kaftan there. It’s easy enough to weave a pictorial around such motifs. They are in themselves a work of fiction. A creative, be they…
Reyna: Marie Claire Indonesia April 2012
Reyna: Marie Claire Indonesia April 2012
Reyna: Marie Claire Indonesia April 2012
Reyna: Marie Claire Indonesia April 2012
Reyna: Marie Claire Indonesia April 2012
Reyna: Marie Claire Indonesia April 2012

Heavenly statement jewels from Heaven Tanudiredja

Elaborate is certainly a word you might use to describe Heaven Tanudiredja’s jewellery pieces; though they’re not elaborate in the way that perhaps most jewellery is. His is a mix of soft classicism and hard futurism, traditional shapes and avant guarde details. Indonesian born but established as a label in Belgium, Heaven Tanudiredja is known for creating statements. For the fall 2012 season pieces are…

Rising star Nikicio

Nikicio flew onto our radar at the recent Indonesia fashion week, with a collection that struck me as being stitched together with the very threads of youth. With pockets already stuffed full of awards and acknowledgements, including Best Young Indonesian Designer of the Year by Elle Magazine Indonesia and The Fashion Machine by Rolling Stones Indonesia, the label is a star that’s quickly rising. DEW…
Nikicio by Teuku Ajie: DEW #4 Pre-S '12
Nikicio by Teuku Ajie: DEW #4 Pre-S '12
Nikicio by Teuku Ajie: DEW #4 Pre-S '12
Nikicio by Teuku Ajie: DEW #4 Pre-S '12
Nikicio by Teuku Ajie: DEW #4 Pre-S '12
Nikicio by Teuku Ajie: DEW #4 Pre-S '12
Nikicio by Teuku Ajie: DEW #4 Pre-S '12
Nikicio by Teuku Ajie: DEW #4 Pre-S '12

Tradition vs modernity: Indonesia’s big question

Indonesia fashion week just crossed the finish line of its inaugural event. A government-driven push to put Indonesia on the fashion map, it's an event underpinned by the need to balance the county's proud heritage with its ever-burgeoning modernity. So how are Indonesia's designers, and the event itself, taking on that task? Read on as we take a look.

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