All the pre-spring seasons that went by pushed forward the concept connecting resort with an undisguised easiness, lightness and effortlessness in both the attitude and the silhouette. Many designers instead choose to constantly scratch beneath the surface in an effort to bring out its sophisticated and luxurious facet. Sapto Djojokartiko is one of the visionaries that seek timeless elegance above anything else.
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…
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Dew Magazine is back with another instalment of Best of British: this time featuring 5 outfits by 5 of Britain’s best kept up-and-coming designer secrets. For the bold creativity that bubbles forth from these designers you need an equally creative team behind the lens to do the pieces justice. Hakim Satriyo is that photographer for Dew’s pre-January 2012 issue, with styling by Aldi Indrajaya.
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Introducing some of Britain’s best-kept secrets. Unveiling them in the pages of DEW Magazine’s second issue, photographer Teuku Ajie gives us a three-dimentional look at 7 outfits by 7 designers – edgy, up-and-coming, must-know designers – in his feature Best Of British. Darya Savishkina models the outfits, with styling by Hakim Satriyo.
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