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JFW 2017, Chitra Subiyakto and textile house Sejauh Mata Memandang presents fabric inspired Borobudur reliefs

Tinuku ~ Chitra Subiyakto with textile house brand Sejauh Mata Memandang presenting the latest collections in Jakarta Fashion Week (JFW) 2017 themed "Gaia Hypothesia" inspired by the beauty of Borobudur reliefs.

As far as the fashion collection brand Sejauh Mata Memandang presents 'Patera' raised Mahayana legends pattern depicted in the Borobudur reliefs. Batik in white shadow covered tree ornaments, flower and fruit depicted on Borobudur temple wall to describe the stupa.

Tinuku JFW 2017, Chitra Subiyakto and textile house Sejauh Mata Memandang presents fabric inspired Borobudur reliefs

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Tinuku JFW 2017, Chitra Subiyakto and textile house Sejauh Mata Memandang presents fabric inspired Borobudur reliefs

"I love to play with a shawl. This time the motif inspired from Borobudur Temple. There are pictures of trees, people and animals," said Subiyakto a news conference.

Textile house has complete collection of traditional fabrics with motif and contemporary pattern but held graceful and charming. Patera or leaf motifs adorn the clothing paired to lift cultural identity and natural feel sticky.

Shown contemporary style effortless and stylish in attractive packaging and wrapping strands of the fabric. Tie hair and nude make-up, Chitra reveal typical flowy dress, both in asymmetrical dress, strapless dress, halter neck dress to outer.

Tinuku.com JFW 2017, Chitra Subiyakto and textile house Sejauh Mata Memandang presents fabric inspired Borobudur reliefs

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Tinuku JFW 2017, Chitra Subiyakto and textile house Sejauh Mata Memandang presents fabric inspired Borobudur reliefs

Tinuku.com JFW 2017, Chitra Subiyakto and textile house Sejauh Mata Memandang presents fabric inspired Borobudur reliefs

"Collection inspired by Indonesian ethnic clothing like cloth wrapped, long kebaya, tank top or Balinese bodo dress. However, this time more used white and explore embroidered leaf motif," said Subiyakto.

The world's largest Buddhist monument in Magelang, Indonesia, reminiscent the beauty of motifs are applied in monochrome display and timeless. All collections are made directly with the creative hands of local artists.

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