Acting Indonesian Consul General Toronto Sadikin took a photo with the guest of honor and models after the fashion show entitled Indonesian Batik and Weaving to The World in Muslim Attire in Toronto Canada, last Tuesday (22/12). photo/special
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Models waddle on the catwalk made in the hall of the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia (KJRI) Toronto, Canada. They wear work clothes Itang Yunaszo , rainbow dianI Emmy Thee’s woven fabric and Boroko ethnic batik.
At the fashion show entitled Indonesian Batik and Weaving to The World in Muslim Attire, the models admitted that they were amazed by Indonesian batik and woven fabrics. In addition, according to them, Muslim clothing is very suitable for the cold weather in North America.
The Chef Editor of Preferred Magazine, Carlo Greco, who was present, said that the batik-patterned clothes and Indonesian woven fabrics worn by the models were very beautiful and attractive. “Honestly, at first I didn’t expect the clothes to be displayed this good and also the models. It’s surprising and I really enjoyed the show.”
Zahirah Quevedo, a creative designer thinks, for her, textile designs and beautiful colors are how they are put together. “It’s a really beautiful show, and I’m honestly glad they brought Canada,” he said. He hopes young people can see this very important clothing design.
As for Kaitlin Nicole, the Muslim clothing by Dian Pelangi that she wore while walking on the catwalk was very comfortable covering her body. “I like. The consistency is amazing. You know the color and the taste. Honestly the design is basic and perfect,” he said.
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