A two-day hybrid fashion event was held in Ankara, Turkey’s capital, to introduce seven Indonesian businesses to the country. According to Daily Sabah, Franka Soeria, Co-founder of Markamarie, an Indonesian apparel brand, gave a presentation showing several sorts of Indonesian motifs and fabrics, including Batik, the art of drawing designs on fabric using wax.
According to Soeria, Indonesian brands are mostly concerned with producing modest apparel. They are establishing new events and activities to help the pandemic-affected sector grow. The ceremony was arranged with all measures in mind, according to Lalu Muhamad Iqbal, Indonesia’s ambassador to Turkey. It will serve as a springboard for new commercial ventures in the area, he added.
Elzatta, a modest fashion pioneer with hundreds of outlets, Wearing Klamby, a high-engagement brand with 1.6 million followers, and Medina Zein, an urban modest brand led by the same, were among the seven brands that took part in the exhibition.
The brands prepared special collections to be shown at the event, and guests were able to examine and purchase the pieces afterward.