Malaysia's Representatives To AirAsia Runway Ready Designer Search 2017 | Clozette

The quest to find the best young fashion designer in the ASEAN region continues with the announcement of the representatives of Malaysia to the 2017 AirAsia Runway Ready Designer Search.

For the third season of the competition, Malaysia will be represented by Andrew Low and Phynix Tan Pek Han. The two were chosen by an esteemed panel of judges composed of Aireen Omar, Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia Malaysia; Andrew Tan, Founder of Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week Ready to Wear; Vivy Yusof, Co-founder of FashionValet; Alia Bastamam, fashion designer; and Yang Mei Ling, Editor of FEMALE Malaysia Magazine.

Speaking of the contest, Omar said: “We know that talent is abundant across the ASEAN region and we are proud to have initiated this platform to help up-and-coming designers kick-start their careers.”

The winner of the 2017 AirAsia Runway Ready Designer Search will take home 150,000 AirAsia BIG Points; RM25,000 fund to produce a capsule collection to be sold on; a six-page fashion spread in AirAsia’s in-flight magazine, Travel3Sixty; AirAsia flights and mentorship from the KLFW RTW. The winner will also showcase their collection at KL Fashion Week RTW 2018.

Subscribe to AirAsia's YouTube channel to follow the designers' journeys.


Styling according to our personalities or moods is what we usually do. But when the weather’s erratic, it’s best to know you’ll look good no matter what. Ahead, shares how to weatherproof your OOTD.

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Zara Studio Trench Coat with Contrasting Belt (

While the weather outside may be hot, the temperatures inside your workplace might be too cold. Stay stylish without getting overwhelmed by the cold through layering. We highly recommend a piece of statement outerwear like this trench coat.

 H&M Bomber Jacket ( 

If you’re more the laid-back type, give this bomber jacket a go.



It's officially summer! The heat is becoming more intense these days, don't you agree? It's time to hit the beach and have some fun. But before you go on that road trip or board that plane to your summer destination, make sure that you have these must-have summer accessories to protect you from the sun — plus, they're great for spicing up your Instagram shots.

Sun Hats

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Want to block potentially harmful UV rays and be fashionable while you're at it? Then sun hats are the way to go. Stylish and functional, these hats are sure to grab attention while you're basking under the sun. You can rock different styles depending on your outfit. 


Of course, no summer accessories list would be complete without sunglasses. Whether you're taking a dip in the sea or just simply strolling at the beach, this classic summer accessory will protect your pretty peepers from the sun. Experiment with different colours and crazy patterns this season.


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Gone are the days when floaters were just for your younger cousins who are learning how to swim. These days, pool floaters have become a fashion statement and an essential element of a perfect Instagram-worthy pool photo. If braving the waves is not for you, hop on one of these inflatable cuties and relax — preferably with a smoothie in one hand.


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The summer humidity can increase break-outs, so better keep your hair neat with these adorable hairbands. With countless designs to choose from, you can mix and match these with your summer outfit. A floral headband will perfectly match a pretty sundress while a cat ears one can look cute yet edgy with your favourite swimmies. 

Tote Bags

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A girl's gotta have her beach essentials. Stuff all your beauty needs in this very practical and roomy bag. You can even personalise it by attaching patches and pins. 


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Scarves are traditionally worn during the cooler months, but you can also rock them during the summer. Those sleeveless and off-shoulder tops are perfect when you're outside, but the moment you step inside an air-conditioned establishment, you will need a cover-up; that's where your trusty scarf comes in! Bonus: You can also double this as a beach wrap or beach mat.

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