WARTAKOTALIVE.COM, JAKARTA – Five designers from Indonesia will appear on the Indonesia Now stage on February 10 2024 during the New York Fashion Week (NYFW) Fall Winter 24/25 event in New York, United States which will take place on February 8-14 2024.

The five Indonesian designers who will enliven New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 24/25 are Alleira Batik, Catherine Njoo, Jeny Tjahyawati, Hengki Kawilarang, and Hendy Huang.

Later, each designer from Indonesia will present a different collection design at the international stage.

1. Alleira Batik

Alleira Batik as a typical Indonesian batik and weave will present around 10 to 12 looks from the ready to wear collection, most of which have a casual fashion theme.

“The clothes are more targeted at people in New York for office people,” said Zaka Hamzah, CEO of Alleira Batik when met by Kompas.com after the Indonesia Now the Shows NYWF FW 24/25 press conference in Jakarta, Thursday (1/2/2024 ).

Various woven motifs, batik with an edgy touch. Alleira also collaborates with other brands by collaborating with local bag brand Ende and footwear, Musume.

“Most of the silhouettes are more asymmetrical, flowy and pleated,” explained Zaka Hamzah.

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2. Catherine Njoo

Meanwhile, Catherine Njoo presented 8 looks in the form of dresses dominated by silver shades to give an elegant impression.

The collection, which is themed ‘The Power of Aphrodite’, is a clear testament to his artistic vision and dedication to celebrating the strength and beauty of women.

“My collection uses chiffon material, embroidered lace which is quite intricately designed. It will feature a variety of fabrics and textures that have feminine nuances,” he told Kompas.com.

3. Jeny Tjahyawati

Next, Jenny Tjahyawati presented a fashion collection with the theme “Ratoh Jaroe”, a combination of Malay and Acehnese culture and Islamic culture in modest clothing.