Australian and Indonesian designer’s involvement in Jakarta fashion week

The fashion industry is one of the most revolutionized industries of recent times competing with other sectors such as technology and business in terms of performance. The industry shows a frequently rising trend over the years having made an approximate of $30 million in terms of profit in both the Indonesian and Australian economies. It also is one of the industries providing employment across all age brackets for residents of Australia and Indonesia.

Chris Ran Lin, one of the most famous and accomplished men’s wear designer recently shared a stage at a fashions event in Indonesia with two other Australian alumni. The Jakarta fashion week is recognized as one of the world’s prestigious fashion events where designers showcase their
<ahref=”//www.jakartafashionweek.co.id/photos/”>creative designer pieces. Celebrities and investors from all over the world also get to attend the event.

Lin’s outstanding designs include some of the best and intricate knitted patterns create exquisite knitwear. The result is masculine pieces that are colorful and cozy which he showcased in the event.His work is a true definition of simple yet sophisticated.

Other participants in the Jakarta fashion week were Jenahara Nasution and Mellyun Xing who are both from Indonesia. Jenahara is known for some of the leading brands in the market such as black label and Monday to Sunday. Both brands incorporate formal and casual wears which are unique and have a touch of class.

Dr. Bradley Armstrong, an Australian government official, recognized the outstanding efforts and talents by the designers and said it portrays the resourcefulness of the designers which would go a long way in creating a brand recognized worldwide. The participation of the designers for the fourth time consecutively in yearly fashion week held by Jakarta portrayed the bond existing between Australia and Indonesia and the role of the fashion industry in both economies.