Malaysia Fashion Week (MFW) returns for its 4th edition this 18-22 October with the theme “Art Beyond Fashion’ –Capsule Collection. This year, MFW 2017 will be taking over the ever-popular destination of Publika, Kuala Lumpur with fashion shows featuring local and international designers, and a fashion and lifestyle exhibition booths opened to both fashion trade and public visitors. With the theme ‘Art Beyond Fashion’, this year’s MFW will be a blending of art and fashion, featuring artistic displays of installations, exhibition clusters and galleries and showcases that makes up this year’s event.
MFW is the only fashion trade event in Malaysia that provides the platform for local and international businesses to trade beyond our shores. It is a national event that is able to recognize and support the innovative designs of talents by young and old.
Our 4 Main Pillars:
- Malaysia Fashion Showcase (MFS)
- Mercedes-Benz STYLO AsiaFashionWeek (MBSAFW)
- Modistey (Modest Fashion)
- Menswear and Lifestyle
Our 5 Sub Pillars:
- Fashion Apparels (and Modest Wear) & Accessories (Shoes, Handbags & Fashion Accessories)
- Beauty & Aesthetics
- Art & Crafts, Textile & Interior Design
- Designer Food & Beverages (and Halal F&B)
MFW presents the Malaysia Fashion Showcase (MFS) for Malaysian designers is exclusively held in conjunction with the Mercedes-Benz STYLO AsiaFashionWeek (MBSAFW) which features top Asian designers within the region.
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Malaysia Fashion Week (MFW) is a dedicated trade fashion event organised by a government agency in partnership with the private sector and its multinational collaborators at an international level. The nation’s largest lifestyle and fashion trade event is a collaborative effort between national trade promotion agency, Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) and Malaysia’s leading lifestyle fashion event organiser, STYLO International Sdn Bhd. MFW is supported by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI). The private sector’s efficient, market-oriented approach coupled with the government’s knowledge of local circumstances brings together the best in this partnership. This initiative creates opportunities for social and commercial innovation and opens doors to better engagement with designers, traders and buyers from all over the world.
MATRADE strives to provide world class business friendly support and develops initiatives that will benefit industry players as well as give Malaysian industries the competitive edge. MATRADE functions as the focal point for foreign importers to source for Malaysian products and services by connecting them to Malaysian suppliers and designers. MATRADE’s offices overseas offer international buyers a range of resources and services such as accurate and reliable information about Malaysian capabilities, products and services, advice on doing business with Malaysian companies, assistance in organising business meetings and assistance in establishing connections with key decision-makers within Malaysia’s public and private sectors.
STYLO International is a leading Malaysian lifestyle fashion event organiser in Malaysia having successfully organised key events in Malaysia and around the world. Most notably, the annual Mercedes Benz STYLO Fashion Grand Prix which for the last 7 years has travelled around the world to Singapore, London, Mexico, Prague and Mumbai. The partnership of MATRADE with STYLO International also sees the injection of the Mercedes-Benz STYLO Asia Fashion Week (MBSAFW) into further boosting MFW. The MBSAFW is a joint collaborative effort of STYLO International and luxury automaker, Mercedes-Benz. MBSAFW will see designers from 15 Asian countries showcase their work using MFW as its Asian platform and FACIT@INTRADE as its trade collaborator.
Datuk Professor (Dr) Jimmy Choo, OBE
(Malaysia’s world renowned shoe couturier)
Malaysia’s beloved shoe couturier extraordinaire Datuk Professor Dr. Jimmy Choo is Honorary Advisor to Malaysia Fashion Week. Born in Penang into a family of shoemakers, he learned the art of shoemaking from his father and made his first shoe when he was 11 years old.
After graduating from Cordwainers Technical College in Hackney, England, he opened his first workshop in North London, in an old hospital building in 1986, and the rest they said , is history.
His craftsmanship and designs caught the attention of a fashion editor and became featured in an eight-page fashion spread in a 1988 issue of the world-famous fashion magazine, Vogue. Soon after, he received patronage from Diana, Princess of Wales who loved his designs, which further boosted his popularity and led him to become one of the most celebrated and sought after shoe designer in the world.
Today, Choo runs London-based Jimmy Choo Couture producing iconic, custom-made shoes to a discerning, select clientele and devotes his time to mentoring award-wining Malaysia-based Taiwanese fashion accessories designer, IIIiza Ho.
Malaysia Fashion Week Secretariat
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