Eid al-Fitr is the first day of the Islamic month of Syawal. Muslims all around the world celebrate this day as it marks the end of Ramadhan, the holy month of fasting.
Inspired by both culture and religion intertwining — where we wear traditional Malay baju kurungs, kebayas, songkets etc during this festive period.
Ongoing collection designed and styled by AZRA SYAKIRAH, 2014 - present.
Flared dress top made using sari fabric tied at the waist
Gathered elastic satin skirt
Turtleneck princess-cut flared satin dress
Wide-sleeved cotton lace outerwear
Draped sleveless satin dress
Raised neckline straight-cut songket jacket with bell sleeve
Songket top with satin cape
Elastic waistband satin skirt
High-neck bow, bell sleeve top with V-back detailing
High-waisted gathered layered skirt
Choker flared dress with wide sleeve,
tied off with statement back bow belt
High-neck, lined bell sleeve with back opening and Swarovski crystals
Sleeveless dress with layered skirt detailing.
Bust dart dress with dual sleeves and skirt detailing, lined with Swarovski crystals.
Beaded lace organza outerwear with wide sleeves.
(Paired with a plain black top and sequin mermaid skirt)
Printed cotton kimono top with bell sleeve (fabric exclusively from Japan).
V-slit, self-lined sleeve with mermaid silhouette satin dress.
Printed cotton crop top with long sleeves. (fabric exclusively from Japan).
High-waisted A-line satin skirt.