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TWO INDONESIAN STUDENTS ENLIVEN SHANGHAI FASHION WEEK 2018

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Shanghai Fashion Week 2018.

Greatindonesia.co.id, Beijing – Two Indonesian students, respectively Velika Hillary and Cinderella Natali, enlivened Shanghai Fashion Week 2018 along with some 17 students of Raffles Design Institute.

Inspired by the mixed cultures and tribes, Natali carrying the theme of “Hybridity” in the fashion show which was held in Beijing.

Meanwhile, Hillary was inspired by the book of “The Missionary Position: Mother Theresa in Theory and Practice” with the theme of “The Silent Cross” to showcase her design in the fashion show.

“We really appreciate the designs of these two Indonesian students,” Director of Raffles Academy of Shanghai, Derrick Cheah said here on Tuesday (3/4/2018).

According to Director of Student of Raffles Design Institute of Shanghai Stefan Orschel Read, Hillary and Natali’s works have succeeded in beating other students’ works that could be featured in the Shanghai Fashion Week 2018.

Indonesian Consul General to Shanghai Siti Nugraha Mauludiah was proud of the participation of two Indonesian students at one of the most prestigious annual fashion exhibitions in China.

“Hillary and Natali also bring the name of Indonesia in the international fashion exhibition,” she said in the company of Indonesian Young Consul of Culture and Social Culture to Shanghai, Radityo Panjaitan.

She hopes that the two Indonesian students can continue to improve their skills and to be known in the global of creative fashion design field. (ant)

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FASHION INDUSTRY CONTRIBUTES 18 PERCENT TO STATE REVENUES

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Chief of the Creative Economy Board (BEKRAF), Triawan Munaf.

Greatindonesia.co.id, Jakarta – The Indonesian fashion industry contributes 18 percent of state revenues, Chief of the Creative Economy Board (BEKRAF) Triawan Munaf said. “The contribution of the fashion industry to the state revenue is large, reaching 18 percent or about Rp1,500 trillion,” he said at a press conference in Jakarta Tuesday (17/9/2019).

Therefore, the country should strongly support the fashion industry, particularly batik, so that it will continue to grow, he said.

One of the challenges facing the batik industry is the emergence of imported clothes with the batik motif which deals a blow to domestic batik producers.

“Batik is a method. We are facing an onslaught of foreign textiles with batik motif. The community is already aware of it. Hence, they must protect (batik). Batik is handwritten batik and stamped batik. Printing is not batik,” he said. (INE). (anz)

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MINISTRY TO DEVELOP DIGITAL PLATFORM TO SUPPORT FASHION INDUSTRY

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Indonesia exported fashion products valued at US$14.29 billion in 2018, an increase of 7.75 percent from 2017, reaching US$13.29 billion.

Greatindonesia.co.id, Jakarta – The Industry Ministry will develop a digital platform to support the fashion industry by connecting material suppliers, designers, tailors and the industry, in a concept called the “Fitting Room”.

“In addition to integrating the fashion industry supply chain, this platform will provide convenience to consumers in buying fashion products according to their size, without having to come to tailors,” the ministry’s Director of Small and Medium Industries of Chemistry, Clothing, Crafts and Various Industry, E. Ratna Utarianingrum, said here, Tuesday (11/6/2019).

Fitting Room will be created this year, according to the Making Indonesia 4.0 plan which is the government’s strategy to participate in the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0).

The fourth industrial revolution refers to automation and data exchange, driven by Internet advances in the manufacturing sector.

Ratna said the pilot project would be carried out by fashion industries in West Java.

“We hope that small and medium sized fashion enterprises in other cities could also implement Industry 4.0,” she said.

Moreover, she added, the national fashion industry has experienced positive growth every year.

Indonesia exported fashion products valued at US$14.29 billion in 2018, an increase of 7.75 percent from 2017, reaching US$13.29 billion.

“It shows that the Indonesian fashion industry has a comparative competitiveness that is quite high in the international market,” Ratna explained.

In addition, the fashion industry contributed to the resounding growth in the textile and apparel industry sector in the first quarter of 2019, which recorded the highest position at 18.98 percent. This performance exceeded economic growth of 5.07 percent in the same period.

Previously, Industry Minister Airlangga Hartarto said that the domestic textile and textile products industry were able to compete in the global arena, noting its high levels of competitiveness.

The industry is supported by a structure that has been integrated from upstream to downstream, and the products are also known to be of high quality in the international market.

“With economic growth and a shift in demand from basic clothing to functional clothing, such as sportswear, the national textile industry needs to build production capabilities and increase economies of scale in order to meet demand in the domestic and export markets,” Hartarto said. (sel)

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INDONESIA AIMS AT BECOMING GLOBAL MUSLIM FASHION CAPITAL

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With the largest Muslim population with moderate views in the world, Indonesia has a growing ambition to emerge as a global Muslim fashion capital.

Greatindonesia.co.id, Jakarta – With the largest Muslim population with moderate views in the world, Indonesia has a growing ambition to emerge as a global Muslim fashion capital.

At least 85 percent of the over 260 million Indonesians are Muslims and a majority of them wear dresses in line with moderate Islamic teachings. Moreover, an increasing number of Indonesian Muslim women, including young girls, are opting to wear Islamic clothing as it is fashionable, decent, practical, comfortable, and alluring. Besides, Indonesia’s hijabs are unique, colorful, and varied, compared with those of other countries.

With the support of the Industry Ministry, the Fourth Muslim Fashion Festival (Muffest) was organized at the Assembly Hall of the Jakarta Convention Center (JCC) from May 1 to 4, 2019.

Organized annually by the Indonesian Fashion Chamber (IFC), the 2018 Muffest recorded transactions worth Rp38.9 billion, and saw 51,389 visitors, an increase from Rp28.3 billion in business transactions and 47,100 visitors in 2017, Ali Charisma, the National Chairman of the Indonesian Fashion Chamber, said in his opening report of the 2019 Muffest.

The fourth Muffest, which hopes to achieve total business transactions worth Rp45 billion and record over 55 thousand visitors, was enlivened with fashion shows, fashion presentations, retail exhibitions, business-to-business meetings, talk shows, seminars and fashion design competitions, including the Modest Young Designer Competition, which is a talent search event for young designers in Indonesia.

The Muslim fashion industry and markets are growing domestically and globally, Industry Minister Airlangga Hartarto said, while officially opening the Muffest.

“Indonesia is one of the countries with the best growth in Muslim fashion in the world, after the United Arab Emirates,” said Hartarto.

The minister hoped the annual Muslim Fashion Festival would help promote Indonesian Muslim fashion internationally.

In 2018, the global Muslim population reached 24 percent of the world’s total population. The largest Muslim fashion markets are member states of the OIC, reaching 191 billion US dollars. Indonesia still has the potential to increase its exports to the OIC member countries.

According to the State Global Islamic Economy, the global fashion consumption among Muslims was recorded at US$270 billion, and its growth rate is projected at five percent. Hence, it would increase to US$361 billion in 2023.

The Muslim fashion industry, which is part of Indonesia’s textile and textile product (TPT) sector, has made a significant contribution to the national economy.

The national TPT product exports reached US$13.27 billion in 2018, up 5.4 percent from US$12.59 billion, while the performance of the TPT industry has grown significantly from 3.76 percent in 2017 to 8.73 percent in 2018.

Hence, the Industry Minister is optimistic that Indonesia would become a hub for the Muslim fashion industry in the world in 2020 and encouraged the Muslim fashion industry to become globally more competitive.

“The market for Muslim wear is big, both outside and inside the country, and needs to be dominated by our Muslim fashion industry,” Hartarto said.

“One thing that makes us proud is that the Indonesian achievement in the international world has been very significant. According to data from the State of Global Islamic Economy Report of 2018/2019, Indonesia is the runner up among countries that produce the best Muslim fashion in the world after the United Arab Emirates,” Hartarto noted.

Such an achievement proves that Indonesia can soon be in the first place and become one of the world’s Muslim fashion centers.

“Looking forward to 2020, which is only a few months away, we must immediately declare that Indonesia is ready to become the world’s Muslim fashion center in 2020,” Hartarto concluded.

Indonesia has played an important role in the development of global Muslim fashion and the Muffest is a concrete step toward Indonesia’s ambition to become a hub for the world’s Muslim fashion.

To support this, the Industry Ministry has involved 656 small and medium scale industries and 60 designers in developing the Muslim fashion industry during the 2018-2019 period, according to Gati Wibawaningsih, director general for small, medium and various scale industries of the ministry.

“Our programs are integrated from the upstream until the downstream,” she said. The programs involve textile industries, designers and Muslim garment producers. The programs cover certification and training, among other things.

The Muslim Fashion Project (MOFP), for instance, covers competitions and incubation for Muslim fashion star-up companies, a road map for Muslim Fashion Industry Development, and a link and match between Muslim fashion industries and designers.

“On December 1, 2018, we launched an International Muslim Fashion Festival in Paris,” she noted.

The ministry will encourage Muslim fashion industries to apply industry technology 4.0 by using digital manufacturing-based systems, in order to improve productivity, efficiency, and quality. (far)

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