Fashion Trend 2010 in Indonesia
Indonesian 2010 Fashion Trend
What kind of fashion tren in Indonesia for 2010? Most of Indonesian designers believe that this year the Indonesian Fashion trend is going more individual and free. Everybody is free to decide what kind of fashion they're really like and depend on their own personalities.
Era Soekamto, one of Indonesian designer said that this year's trend will be depend on individual's intuition, so the style, color, and the cutting will be free. This is one way to introduce our culture to the international's world. So, there will be a combination between Indonesian's style and international's style. Like what we got in Trend Show in Gran Melia Hotel, Dec 4, 2009. About 9 Indonesian designers held their fashion show for this year's trend.
They are Syahreza Muslim, Ghea S Panggabean, Tuty Cholid, Kanaya Tabitha, Valentino Napitupulu, Era Soekamto, Carmanita, Yongki Budisutisna, and Sutanto Danuwijaya.
Their designs are influenced by the cahnging in our ecology, economic, and our llife style.
Ghea S Panggabean, our senior designer said that she like to take the Bohemian style like she used to make before. She said this year's trend is back to basic, so she will comeback to her line design that she really like most. According to Ghea, people are tired being dictated, so it will really depend on our own style and personalities.
Ghea mixed the Kalimantan's tied print technique cloth with the Afghanistan's and Mexican's cloths.
so, the designs will be ethnic, bohemian, chic, glamour, feminime, minimalis, and edgy.
Indonesian Fashion Trend 2010 - IntuitionClick thumbnail to view full-size
Jakarta Fashion Week 2010Click thumbnail to view full-size
Yongki Budisutisna went with the classic black in his "Magical Black" creations, combining mini dresses with black stockings.
Era Soekamto, introduced a lady-like style for the new year, combining rose accents and animal prints.
The designer said the idea was to make a woman look both sexy and elegant. She chose to design thigh-high slit dresses to enhance sex appeal.
One item was a mini thigh-high slit skirt with a rose motif, jacket and a shocking-pink belt.
Some traditional fabrics, such as South Sumatran jumputan (tie-dye), also featured in Era's collection.
A thigh-high slit gold evening dress was combined with a balloon-sleeved tie-dye bolero, while a purple tie-dye dress was paired with a jacket and big brown belt.
Tuty Cholid used batik and woven cloth from Nusa Penida for her line, Etalase. Carmanita also championed the use of local fabrics such as batik and ikat. She added silver and gold sequins to lighten up the clothes.
Young designer Syahreza Muslim brought in a feminine and futuristic look through his "Romantic Edgy" collection, playing with glossy colors and lots of ruffles. White, gray and black were the dominant shades.
A white top with ruffled sleeves and neckline, for instance, was matched with a shiny gray mini skirt and matching big belt, while a ruffled white blouse went with calf-length glossy gray pants.
For the evening dress, Syahreza designed a sheer shiny black dress with white ruffle details at the top.
Valentino Napitupulu and Sutanto Danuwijaya also offered full feminine outfits for women wanting to look glamorous and elegant.
Ruffles, fringes and laces peppered their collections. Valentino used a lot of gold, showing a glamorous style.
A white tube top with gold sequins was teamed up with a short gold skirt and stockings, while a white blouse with gold embellishments and short gold sleeves was matched with a gold bubble skirt.
Besides women's wear, Valentino also created men's suits in black and gold.
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