A model showcases designs on the runway by Stephanus Hammy as part of Lunch & Fashion Show CTI Collections on day four of Jakarta Fashion Week 2009 at the Fashion Tent, Pacific Place on November 2009 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Harry Darsono Museum In Jakarta ☆ Indonesian Fashion Designer
Anniesa Hasibuan spring/summer 2017 collection catwalk show
Indonesian entrepreneur who made batik chic
Indonesian batik cloth: what was once the "compulsory outfit of politicians' wives at state functions" has now become a mainstream fashion item. Popularized by Jakarta's Bin House, batik is a method of applying a design to fabric by using hot wax. After the fabric is dyed, it is then boiled to remove the wax and reveal an intricate pattern. Josephine Komara, or Obin, of Bin House explains the intensiveness of the cloth's creation process in an interview with BBC.