click JAKARTA, July 25 (JDN.id) – Indonesia’s creative economy agency, Bekraf, and the country’s embassy in Singapore are organising ‘Rising Fashion’, a pop-up store, for one month in August to promote local brands to international market.
source link The event will be held at Paragon Mall Singapore from 1-31 August. This will be the event’s second year.
“The organizing of Rising Fashion in Singapore is to promote Indonesian fashion products globally,” Bekraf’s deputy chairman for marketing, Joshua Simanjuntak, said in a press conference in Jakarta on Wednesday.
The event will promote 14 Indonesian ready-to-wear brands. The show will be conducted into two periods in which from 1-15 August will showcase Purana, Saul, Nataoka, Hunting Fields, Maison Met, Pattent Goods and Oaksva Jewellery brands, and 16-31 August will be for Woodka, Bermock, Danjyo Hiyoji, Alexalexa, D. Tale, Jeffry Tan and Diniira brands.
According to Bekraf, fashion as a sub-sector of creative economy has contributed 166 trillion rupiah ($11.48 million) in 2016 to creative economy sector, the biggest contribution compared to other sub-sectors.
source url ($1 = 14,452 rupiah)