The 10th Jakarta Fashion Week (JFW 2018) will start soon this month in October 21st – October 27th 2017. The Biggest fashion week in Indonesia, JFW will be held at Senayan City as the same host last year. This year, JFW has stepped out to  celebrate ten years as a platform in Indonesia’s fashion industry.

More than 200 designers both local and international are involved and ready to hit the runway. International designers line up comes from Australia, Sweden, India, South Korea and England. Carrying a theme ‘Bhinneka and Berkarya”, designer is getting ready to showcase their latest collection for upcoming fashion trend in Indonesia for 2018. 

Some of the top Indonesian designer will show their spectacular fashion show such as Barli Asmara, Jeffry Tan, Toton Januar, Peggy Hartono, Lulu Lutfi Labibi, Yosafat Dwi Kurniawan, Didit Maulana and many more.

JFW 2018 will be a proof of hard work from designers and industry players in positioning Jakarta as a center of fashion industry in Indonesia. Through Indonesia Fashion Forward (IFF), JFW commit to upbringing Indonesian designers in international market. It also presents talk show, pop up exhibitions, also competition for designers and fashion enthusiast.

By the partnership, JFW holds various development program and supporting event for Indonesian designer to encourage them entering International fashion industry. You will see many collaboration showcase and runway show at JFW 2018.

Jakarta Fashion Week 2018 all be packed with lines of fashion runway by partnering with  government institutions, such as Badan Economy Kreatif (BEKRAF), Dewan Kerajinan National Tingkat Daerah (DEKRANASDA) DKI Jakarta, as well as various organization form foreign cultureal center, such as Australian embassy, The British Council, Embassy of Sweden, Korea Creative Content Agency, Korea Model Association, Japan Fashion WeekTokyo , Fashion Design Council of India.

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Place : Senayan City
Date : October 21st – October 27th 2017. 

Rintang Azhar

Rintang Azhar

Rintang is a previous staff writer for NOW! with experience in hard news and lifestyle journalism. He specialises in art, design, culture, fashion, environmental, and urban issues.