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ZALORA’s Fashion Festival

Raya in the City by WOO/FIZIWOO

A collection inspired by the energy of Kuala Lumpur and adopting the concept of Malaysians who are chasing their dreams and seize the endless opportunities in the city. The key inspiration of the collection compresses with the myriad of sights, sounds and senses which create a beautiful synergy. “Raya in the City” offers a variety of styles which perfectly suit the urbanites that thrive on creating their own sense of style through personal adaptations of fashion looks.


FLOW by nh by Nurita Harith

Following the success of her previous collection which featured artistic architectural shapes, nh by Nurita Harith’s “Flow” examines movement and artistic fluidity. The highlight of the collection is the collaboration between Nurita Harith and renowned contemporary illustrator and abstract artist D.U.R.A. They worked together to present a limited edition collection that truly embodies the idea of “art that meets fashion”.


HIPSTER by Zery Zamry

Zery Zamry aims to combine traditional attire with a modern twist. The collection has 4 different series: Dark Series, Color Series, Printed Series and Army Series. Navy Blue, Dark Brown, Olive Green, Emerald Green, Royal Blue, Dark Purple and Maroon are the colours of the collection. Paisley, Modern Graphics and Geometric Patterns are the prints that create bold statements for the garments in this collection.


Tribal Glam by S.Baharim

The collection consists of traditional favorites such as kaftans, one-piece dresses, two-piece modern kurungs and “Kedah” kurungs. Pieces in the collection also work as separates and can be styled as top, midi, mini and worn without its matching bottoms. Contemporary elements are infused into the collection with visible zippers and pockets.


Art Deco by Jovian Mandagie

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