Indonesian Diversity NYFW SS2019

New York, NY (September 07, 2018)

The Spring/Summer 2019 Indonesian Diversity collective runway show revealed stunning collections by three labels, Vivi ZubediSuedesonand Coreta Louise, with the common goal of driving awareness to the artisan fashion culture of their home, Indonesia 

Vivi Zubedi  

A veteran to NYFW, VIVI ZUBEDI presented its ready-to-wear work themed Marrakech this season. Inspired by the beauty of the city of Marrakech, Vivi poured her idea into cross-cultural dressing, which combines the elements of the beauty of the city of Marrakech with the uniqueness of wayang silhouettes originating from Indonesia into print through floral touches and summer colors.
“It is our mission to become a worldwide affordable luxury brand in modest fashion and lifestyle collection in order to fulfill our customer needs with passion and commitment,” said Vivi Zubedi, CEO and designer of VIVI ZUBEDI. 


Suedeson by Kimberly Tandr 

Suedeson wanted to showcase divergence into the world of couture with the SS19 collection, “Nucleus”.
Designer Kimberly Tandra chose this name of the collection because her inspiration for each piece she creates comes from her personal, core experiences.
Nucleus showed a diversion of cultures and races with a mixture of leather detailsdelicate yet bold headpieces, batik, oversized bell sleeves, and also intricate hand sewn details.
Leather garment like jackets showed harmony through the combination of materials with silk, cotton, and organza in black, red, and beige hues. 


Coreta Louise 

Coreta Louise’s SS19 collection, “Tropical Haven”, showcased how beautiful Indonesian batik can be translated into edgy, wearable style.
Hand painted silk can be worn in metropolitan life and influence modern women with the natural color range and traditional pattern while looking gorgeous on everyday and comfort fashion pieces.
Stunning hand-woven silk, taffeta, and organza went down the runway in glam gold, maroon, terracotta, and midnight blue tones and innovative silhouettes with mock necklineswrapped kimonos, and off the shoulder gowns. With her collection, the designer.


About Indonesian Diversity 

Indonesian Diversity in cooperation with Indonesia Fashion Gallery has a special emphasis on celebrating Batik this season celebrating its origins in Indonesia that has inspired designers all over the world. Indonesian Diversity proudly presents three luxury ready-to-wear labels from Indonesia: Vivi ZubediSuedson by Kimberly Tandra, and Coreta Louise. VivZubedi, a NYFW veteran will bring back her gorgeous modestwear designs this season with a streetwear twist. 

Kimberly Tandra, the designer behind Suedson is currently living in Paris and will showcase a collection featuring Batik motif with a print technique that results in eye-catching designs. Coreta Louise pays homage to Batik, which originated in Indonesia by drawing inspiration from prints found all over the country and modernizing them to create silhouettes and fresh prints that are sellable to the international market.  

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About Vivi Zubedi 

Vivi Zubedi is a fashion designer from Jakarta, Indonesia. Before working in fashion, Vivi graduated from Universitas Negeri Sumatra Utara (University of North Sumatera) with a degree in accounting. She soon realized that her passion was in the fashion industry, and started to learn how to sew and make clothing patterns from her tailor. 

In 2011, Vivi launched her first label using her own name “Vivi Zubedi”. Vivi first presented her collection at Indonesia Fashion Week in 2014 and received an incredible response from the fashion society in Indonesia. After that, Vivi continued to present her collection at Jakarta Fashion Week and launched in the U.S market through Indonesia Fashion Gallery in New York. Through her label, Vivi showcases Abaya collections to promote the Muslim women’s wear as a well-known entity in the fashion industry. With Vivi Zubedi’s brand, Abaya has become more renowned not only in Indonesia, but also in other parts of the world like London, South Africa, Germany, Dubai, and Qatar. 

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