(Photo:formal dresses adelaide)THE cheery effervescence of spring and summer sets pulses racing during Gurney Plaza’s exciting Fashion Week 2018 in Penang.
With international and homegrown labels unveiling their latest elegant collections in runway shows, the Fashion Week was a treat for the style-conscious.
Themed ‘Fashion Redefined’ this year, the annual event featured Warehouse, Miss Selfridge and Dorothy Perkins in its opening show.
Warehouse caters to trendy urbanites with a collection that has soft silhouettes and pastel hues to give summer looks a modern twist.
Marketing communications manager Wong Shu Ying said Fashion Week allowed shoppers to check out the newest products from the mall tenants.
“We have everything from apparel to accessories and jewellery.
“Besides the glamorous shows, shoppers also enjoyed after sales parties with special privileges and exclusive deals,” she added.
The recent opening show held at the mall’s Central Atrium coincided with the launch of Italian luxury brand Furla’s new store on the ground floor.
Guests at the event thronged the new outlet and got themselves good deals on trendy handbags, purses and more.
Cheryl Lee, marketing manager of Wing Tai Clothing Sdn Bhd which represents Furla in Malaysia, said the 1,100sq ft outlet was opened in February.
“We saw the potential of the market here as many customers in our Kuala Lumpur stores came from the northern region,” she added.
Fashion Week 2018 also featured shows by other mall tenants Bonia, Uniqlo, TSL Jewelry and Dennie Yeap Tokyo.
Joining them on the catwalk were the collections of homegrown labels such as Jo Chuah Prive and Ranndy Goh as well as the creations of students from Equator College.
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