K-Pop et Hijab en Asie du Sud-Est
Prior to the 1980s, few women wore the veil in Indonesia; this trend in Islamic fashion began in the early 2000s. Young designers then decided to combine the veil, a requirement of the Koran, and fashion. It was designer Dian Pelangi who led the way in 2009 with her Turkish Delight collection, inspired by both the country’s cultural diversity and Western fashion.
1 transport crate containing
12 laminated prints in 120.5 x 80 cm format
1 transport case containing
1 laminated print in 180 x 120 cm format
The KPOP crop has been grown in Malaysia since the late 2000s. KPOP is first and foremost a musical genre, but also a “way of life” and above all a way of dressing. The young Malaysian people (high school and university students) are very numerous to dress like their idols. Fans like to get together after school and on weekends in Kuala Lumpur’s shopping mall such as the Timesquare Shopping Mall. This phenomenon has become a huge business. The KPOP wave participates in the acculturation and cult of the ephemeral and appearance.
1 transport crate containing 13 frames
12 laminated prints in 100×67 cm format
1 laminated print of 150×100 cm format
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