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TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Eight strokes on the gong by Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama and Jakarta Fashion Week Chairman Svida Alisjahbana marked the opening day of the 2016 Jakarta Fashion Week recently. The closed, all-black room suddenly drowned with cheer and applause.

“The 2016 Jakarta Fashion Week is hereby officially started,” the presenter announced.

The so-claimed largest fashion event in South East Asia will be running until October 30 at Senayan City. As many as 230 local and international designers and labels are taking part in the event that makes it prestigious.

The eighth JFW also providing space for young designers to have their gigs. Among these young designers and labels are those who participate under the Indonesia Fashion Forward program such as Lekat, Anthony Bachtiar, D'Leia, I.K.Y.K, ETU, S.O.E, ByVelvet, Jii, Sean and Sheila, Lotuz, Ellyhan, TX ID.

Meanwhile, the more popular names such as Dian Pelangi, Zaskia Sungkar and Inneke Koesherawati are also ready to showcase their muslim fashion works. Danar Hadi and Barli Asmara won’t miss out too.

DINI PRAMITA

 



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