Exude style this Raya with local fashion designer Syomir Izwa’s Eid Luxe 2015 custom-made collection and Raya/ Resort Ready To Wear (RTW) collection.
He recently collaborated with Selberan and Laura Mercier to present the collections at Selberan’s outlet in Pavilion KL.
Both collections are adorned with Selberan’s latest collection the Saloma series, selected and paired by the designer himself.
The series offers a highly decorative series of rings, pendants and earrings that combine diamonds with red rubellites or lustrous pearls.
Exude a regal air with the Luxe collection, which was created from how the designer envisions modern royalty women would dress today.
Speaking to StarMetro, Syomir said there are 10 designs in this collection, each named after a queen or princess, which includes the Rania dress made of organza, Italian satin and embroidered net lace with embellished details; the Grace top and skirt set, made of soft crepe; the Kate Baju Kurung made of Moroccan crepe and tiered panel lace with embellished details.
The Raya/ Resort RTW collection was largely inspired by the migration of the people of Ceylon to Malaya.
The combination of rich culture from Ceylon and Malayan heritage is presented through the vivid colours and various textures.
Syomir uses organic bamboo cotton again after receiving rave reviews from his previous collection that uses the same material. This time around, he incorporated organza panelling into his designs and a special oriental print for some pieces.
The collection comprises of eight women’s sets, and one Baju Melayu for men, which comes in seven colours; all of which features the designer’s signature colour-blocking schemes.
Some of the sets can be sold separately such as the Kaseh, Teja and Mayang sets, perfect for those who like to mix-and-match.
Also in this collection is the Indah Jacket, which can be worn by men and women, made of organic bamboo cotton with a front detachable zipper.
The Raya/ Resort collection is available at Modvier boutique, ShoesShoesShoes outlets at Publika, Telawi Bangsar, and Great Eastern Mall.