• Fashion,  Fashion Events,  Sale,  Shopping

    Melissa Launches Online Store In Malaysia

    Pioneers of colorful jelly shoes melissa has finally launched an online store in Malaysia.

    The website was launched on 1 April 2016 (yes this is not an April’s Fools joke) and will be offering free shipping in Malaysia with no minimum purchase.

    New arrivals at the MDreams online shop are currently on sales with discounts up to 60% on some designs. We double checked this with local online shop Zalora.com.my and confirm that the new arrivals for Melissa shoes were sold at full price there.

    We’re not sure how long this promotion will last so do buy a pair before it disappears.

    In conjunction with the launch of the e-store, from the April 1st to June 30th 2016, Melissa will be running the ‘Wanna be Carioca’ contest. Open to all Malaysians, the grand prize winner will win a 3 days and 2 nights stay for two person at the 5-star Angsana Velavaru Resort in Maldives worth RM 10,000. Nine consolation prize winners will receive a pair of Melissa shoes work RM350 each.

    To shop the Melissa shoes collection and enter the contest, visit www.mdreams.com.my.

  • Fashion,  Fashion Events,  Trends

    6 Favourite Moments at Malaysia Fashion Week

    Here is a recap of our favorite fashion moments at Malaysia Fashion Week 2015 November 4-7 2015:

    Malaysia Fashion Week 2015 has just ended it’s three day run at Matrade Exhibition & Convention Center with much pomp and circumstance; from trade exhibitions to fashion shows, showcasing over 100 local and regional fashion designers/labels.

    Since 100 pictures would be overkill, here are 6 fashion pieces that made the Venusbuzz team debate endlessly:

    1. That Wig-Hat Combination

    Is it a wig? Is it a hat? Does it come in Asian black hair? So elegant, yet so quirky. We love it!

    From: Whee up by Whee Jin (Korea)

    2. That Face Mask

    The Venusbuzz team had a love-hate relationship with this flower inspired outfit. The mask was beautiful enough to stop us from Instagramming our shoes… but we wished that the accompanying dress have more structure.

    From: Emma Rachman (Singapore)

    3. That Teddy Bear

    Fairuz Ramdan is undoubtedly a fan favorite, having won awards almost yearly since he launched his menswear label in 2011.

    Finally branching out to womenswear in 2015, he has translated his popular polo tees designs to female-friendly proportions. Our favorite accessory is undoubtedly the teddy bear necklace.

    From: Fairuz Ramdan (Malaysia)

    4. That Jacket

    Interesting yet elegant. Perfect outerwear for a day-to-night outfit.

    From: Jihnoy (Korea)

    5. That Outfit

    Artistic and well-crafted.

    From: Yuna Yun (Singapore)

    6. That Entire Collection

    Venusbuzz team’s favorite menswear collection from the entire show. With a heavy emphasis on nature and comfort (it is the Spring/Summer collection after all), we liked the floral knee length coat the most.

  • Celebrities,  Fashion,  Fashion Events

    Jay Park Launches Coach Malaysia’s Modern Luxury Concept Store

    Coach reopens its doors at KLCC with a New Look. The New York based luxury fashion brand reveals its new redesign concept store. And to launch Coach’s redesign was Korean-American superstar Jay Park.

    The event was hosted by the beautiful Sarah Lian, and was attended by other notable celebrities. Also at the event to launch the new redesign concept was Coach’s very own Mr. Ian Bickley the president of Coach International Group, Mr. Andrew Stanlieck, President of Coach South East Asia and Oceania, and Mr. Andrew Brien, Executive Director & CEO of Suria KLCC.

    Fans waited eagerly for the Korean-American star to arrive. Jay Park had been invited to launch the new store and of course to participate in the ‘Ribbon Cutting’ ceremony to commemorate the event.

    Jay Park, whom was using a Coach Backpack, arrived to the enthusiastic screams of his fans, to welcome him. The Korean-American Superstar is a singer, dancer, rapper, music producer, songwriter, model, choreographer, entrepreneur, and actor. He is also a member of the Art of Movement (AOM), a Seattle-based break dancing crew.

    His rise to fame began with South Korean Boy Band 2PM. He released his first solo mini album in 2011, ‘Take A Deeper Look’, which went multi-platinum and was the only solo artist to win ‘Record of the Year’ at the 2011 Golden Disk Awards. In 2012 he released a full-length album ‘New Breed‘ and an English mixtape ‘Fresh Air, Breath It’. The Pop Star also performed at the 2014 South by South West (SXSW) as a Korean pop representative.

    Jay Park along side Mr. Ian Bickley, Mr. Andrew Stanlieck, and Mr. Andrew Brien

    The highlight of the Coach Reopening Event was of course the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, where Jay Park along side Mr. Ian Bickley, Mr. Andrew Stanlieck, and Mr. Andrew Brien, officially launch the new concept store to the Malaysian Public.

    Coach,
    Suria KLCC,
    Lot G01A-G01C Ground Floor,
    Kuala Lumpur City Center

  • Fashion Events,  Living

    Top 5 Markets To Visit This Weekend!

    Markets, especially specialty markets have evolved in our city over the last few years and now, we’re lucky to have more choices to markets to check out. 

    This weekend seems to be a market focused weekend as there are several markets going on and if you’re a market fan, be sure to visit one, if not all these markets!

    1. Other Things: Flea Market

    Flea market fans, be sure not to miss this. You’ll be able to source around for clothes, collectibles and all sorts of treasures at this flea market. If you’re a pet owner, you can also bring along your furkid to the event as the event is pet-friendly. Just ensure that your furkid can be well behaved in public to avoid any mishaps.

    Venue: Otherwise Cafe, 6 Jalan SS4D/14, Kelana Jaya, Petaling Jaya, 47301 Selangor Darul Ehsan.

    Tel. no: 012-783 8818

    Website: www.facebook.com/events/448584055315313

    Entrance fee: Free

    2. Farmers’ Market at Shangri-la Hotel Kuala Lumpur

  • Events,  Fashion Events,  Living

    [Event] Arts For Grabs: The Pioneer Arts & Crafts Bazzar

    The city’s pioneer arts and crafts bazaar: ‘Arts for Grabs’ is back, and this time in collaboration with UNHCR to commemorate World Refugee Day.

    If you’re into art and arts and crafts bazzars, don’t miss out on this event this weekend. Shop for unique pieces of art at the various booths and don’t forget to check out the many interesting activities lined up. including performances by refugee groups, workshops by Mynrose Studio, a book launch by Fixi, forums by Projek Dialog, a

    There will be performances by refugee groups, forums, workshops by Mynrose Studio, standup comedy, a book launch by Fixi, forums by Projek Dialog, exhibitions, a documentary screening about the plight of the Rohingya community, and more.

    Separation-themed illustration on a card made by Mohamad Ali, Mahmudah and Amal from Myanmar and Somalia, whose works will be on sale at Art For Grabs: World Refugee Day. Credit: star2.com

    A total of 64 Malaysian booths + 20 refugee booths + 12 events will take place over weekend at this event. Vendors participating at this event are Raksasa Print Studio, Biawak Gemok Distro, Obscura Malaysia, KL Book Exchange, Chirpy Bunch, TapiTapir, Laridaribumi Print and others.

    The vendors will be selling all kinds of offerings, such as doodles, pottery, cookies for pets and even, poetry. The event will also see sponsored booths for Gerai OA, Safe Our Seahorses, Marecet (Langkawi Dolphin Research), Re:Ed, SUKA Society & KL Book Exchange.

    The line up of the events for the weekend are as follows:

    SATURDAY, 6th Jue 2015

    12pm
    LAUNCH OF WORLD REFUGEE DAY at ART FOR GRABS
    Presented by UNHCR Malaysia

    2pm
    PELANCARAN BUKU FIXI
    Pelancaran novel NOTA (Shaz Johar) dan PEKAN-PEKAN KERTAS (John Green)
    Buku Fixi melancarkan dua novel. NOTA ialah yang terbaru dari penulis prolifik Shaz Johar manakala PEKAN-PEKAN KERTAS ialah terjemahan PAPER TOWNS (John Green) yang turut dibuat oleh Shaz Johar! Shaz akan berbincang mengenai proses penulisan dan penterjemahan dan juga kongsi beberapa gambar!

    3pm
    LONGING FOR HOME Pt.1
    Refugee groups perform songs and dances from their homelands, even while they await their new homes in other countries.

    4pm
    CELEBRATE YOUR PASSION
    Inspirational workshop by Mynrose Studio

    5pm
    TREEHOUSE OPEN MIC
    Young singers perform acoustic sets (curated by Amrita Soon). Featured acts: Isaac Ho, The Red Panda Parade. Open Mic acts: 1. Yo Zi, 2. Teh Yi Wen.

    6pm
    MELAYU DAN MAKNA-MAKNANYA
    Forum oleh Projek Dialog
    Apabila masyarakat semakin membezakan antara konservatif, liberal atau sosialis – adakah liberal maksudnya terkeluar dari Melayu? Maka adakah Melayu sinonim dengan konservatif? Bagaimana pula dengan mereka yang jengkel dengan kotak-kotak gelaran tersebut? Panelis: Syahredzan Johan, Nurhayyu Zainal, Dyana Sofea, Yati Kaprawi, Syed Muhammad Muhiyuddin Al-Attas

    SUNDAY, 7th June 2015

    12pm
    TREEHOUSE OPEN MIC
    Young singers perform acoustic sets (curated by Amrita Soon). Featured act: Anatashia. Open mic acts: 1. Nicholas Sia, 2. Aaron Wong, 3. Mikhail Raiyan.

    1pm
    SEEDS OF HATRED
    Documentary & Photos by Mahi Ramakrishnan
    Seeds of Hatred is a 30min documentary looking at the state-sponsored violence against the Muslim minority Rohingya in Burma. It explores issues surrounding Burma’s deeply divided society, Burma’s peace process, ASEAN’s role and the role of the military in this violence. Mahi will also show photos shot in displaced peoples’ camps in Burma and the refugee settlements in Malaysia to narrate individual stories of displacement, rape and killings unleashed against the Rohingya. We will be joined by Klang MP Charles Santiago and Global Movement of Moderates CEO Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah to discuss how Malaysia and ASEAN need to work together to resolve this.

    3pm
    LONGING FOR HOME Pt 2
    Refugee groups perform songs and dances from their homelands, even while they await their new homes in other countries.

    4pm
    REBUILDING LIVES: Refugee youth voices
    Four refugee youths share the story of their lives in exile, and how opportunities given to them by Malaysians have made a difference. Compelling stories include a rare opportunity at tertiary education provided to a youth from Myanmar; and a young refugee man who came to Malaysia illiterate, found education and a life direction, and has become a leader in his own right.

    5pm
    PEOPLE LIKE YOU & ME: Malaysians 4 Refugees
    Malaysians talk about their projects using the arts to empower refugees in Malaysia, and what the refugees in turn teach us about ourselves.

    6pm
    LAUGHS FOR GRABS
    Free Comedy. No GST!
    Five comedians help you to spend wisely with this free show. Come laugh, save money, then go buy cheap art. Performed by Justin Heyes, Brian Tan, Keren Bala Devan, Aw Yuong Tuck and Sim Tong.

    The event will be held at The School @ Jaya One.

    Venue address: The School, Jaya One, 72A Jalan Universiti, Seksyen 17, 46200 Selangor Darul Ehsan.

    Opening hours: 10am – 10pm

    For more information, check out the links below:

    ART FOR GRABS: https://www.facebook.com/artforgrabs

    UNHCR MALAYSIA: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialUNHCRMalaysia

    THE SCHOOL: https://www.facebook.com/theschool.my

  • Fashion Events,  Health & Fitness,  Home,  Living

    Top 5 Trick Art Museums In Malaysia

    Trick art has never become more fun and it has literally brought art to the masses in a fun, interactive way.

    If you don’t know what trick art is all about, it’s also known as the ancient art of “tromple-l’oeil”, which in French means to deceive the eye. According to Wikipedia, it is an art technique that uses realistic imagery to create the optical illusion that the depicted objects exist in three dimensions.

    In some forms of trick art, it is also considered 3D art and the 3D factor is observed in terms of its height, width and depth. Sculpture, for example, is a form of three-dimensional art.

    There are many forms of 3D art and trick art. Some of the more popular trick art pieces can be found on the streets of Ipoh and Penang. Some of which you probably may have seen on your friends’ social media posts.

    Recently, trick art museums have grown in huge popularity. If you’ve not been to one, go pay a visit the nearest one to you and you’ll understand the fun, the hilarity and even, the wonder of it all. It may bring out the child in you! A great bonus is that you’ll get some terrific photos (not to mention conversation starters) out of it.

    Here are the Top 5 Trick Art Museums In Malaysia:

    1. Trick Art Museum, i-City, Shah Alam

    Trompe l’oeil has thrilled many people since this place opened at i-City in Shah Alam. Your eyes play tricks on your mind as the 2D paintings have been skillfully painted to make the art appear three dimensional. The museum boasts 8,000 square feet of space and has 2 floors of delights for you to explore.

    There are varying themes in this museum. The optical illusions are created by the clever painting of shadows and action outside the perimeter of the picture frames. The real fun comes in visitor participation in order for you to enjoy the full effect of the paintings (as shown below).

    Address: Jalan Multimedia 7/AJ, i-City, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.

    Ticket price: RM10 per person

    Opening hours: 11am – 11pm

    Tel. no: 03-5521 8800/8494
    Website: www.i-city.my
    2. Magic Art Museum, Melaka

    One of the latest attractions to hit Melaka is the Magic Art 3 D Museum at the Bayou Lagoon Park Resort. This museum comprises of two floors and the art is well done and there are quite a lot of interesting exhibits to participate in. It’s best to go with two or more friends. The more the merrier when it comes to visiting trick art museums because some pieces look better with more people in it when you take a photo.

    They’ll tell you to take off your footwear before you go in, which isn’t too bad as some photos look better without footwear but we’ve never been asked to remove our footwear at other trick art museums so this may be off-putting for some others.
    Address: Bayou Lagoon Park Resort, Jalan Wakaf Utama, Bukit Katil, 75450 Melaka
    Ticket price: Currently, there is a special promotion for the entrance fees at RM15 for an adult and for a child / senior citizen, it’s RM12. The normal price is RM25.
    Opening hours : Mon-Thur : 9am – 7pm.   Fri – Sun, Eve Public & School Holiday : 9am – 9pm
    Tel. no: 06-2311604
    For more details, visit their Facebook page.
    3. 3D Trick Art Museum, Penang
    The museum was set up by six people consisting of interior designers, painters, sculptors and a mass media expert, which created Penang’s first pure hand-drawn 3D museum.
    This one isn’t as large as some of the others listed here, but it’s still a fun place to visit if you’re ever in Penang and looking for something fun to do. Some say that this museum is more suitable for kids but it is still a place which is fun and taking photos will definitely bring a smile to your face.
    Address: 10, Lebuh Penang, Georgetown, 10200 Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
    Ticket price: Adults – RM15 (With MYKad), Children aged 12 and below / Senior Citizens – RM10. Foreigners – RM25
    Opening hours: Mon – Fri 9am – 6pm, Weekends & public holidays 9am – 9pm.
    Tel. no: 04-263 1628
    4. Kuso Trick Art Gallery, Johor Bahru

    If you’re ever in Johor Bahru and looking for something fun to do with the family, visit Kuso 3D Trick Art and prepare yourself to be entertained. Why is it called KUSO? On their website, they explain that the word “kuso” is a new term that has a double meaning, which can be to make fun of something or of someone or pertaining to anything hilarious and funny.

    It’s the first destination for 3D trick art in Johor Bahru filled with unique 3D paintings and interactive pieces. There’s something for everyone and it’s suitable for all ages.

    Address: 83 & 85 Jalan Mutiara Emas 10/2, Taman Mount Austin,  81100 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia.

     

    Ticket price: Adult / Child – RM18. Children ages 5 and below will not be charged ticket prices.

     

    Opening hours: Sun-Thu : 11am – 8pm,    Fri-Sat : 11am – 9pm.

     

    Tel. no: 07-358 7973

     

    Website: www.kuso3d.com.my

     

    5. Langkawi Art of Paradise 3D Museum

    This museum is the newest one to surface, opening earlier 31st of January this year. It’s the largest 3D art museum in Malaysia and it’s the second largest 3D art museum in the world. Located in Oriental Village in Langkawi (where the cable cars are), the museum has an exhibition space of nearly 2,000 square metres in a three-storey building. Large much? We think so!
    The museum is divided into nine zones covering optical illusion, aquarium, safari, interactive 1 and 2, fantasy, classic, Egyptian theme zone, ancient palaces and scenery as well as the Malaysian zone. It has more than 100 pieces of 3D paintings produced by 23 Korean artists in collaboration with local artists. Definitely a must-visit!
    Address: Art in Paradise Langkawi, Oriental Village, Burau Bay, Pantai Kok area
    Ticket price: Adult – RM38, Child – RM28. Family ticket for 2 adults & 2 children – RM120. Children of ages 2 or under is free.
    Opening hours: 9am – 6pm
    Tel. no: 016-557 6096
    For more details, visit their Facebook page.
  • Fashion,  Fashion Events

    MONKI Is Bananas About Prints This Summer!!

    MONKI has gladly announced that their latest design collaboration is with London based artist and illustrator, Lynnie Zulu for Summer 2015!

    It’s exciting times this summer for MONKI fans as this rising star will definitely add a burst of colour and life to this fun brand. If you’ve not heard of Lynnie Zulu, she’s a London based artist and illustrator. Zulu has designed a line of vibrant prints and patterns in perfect keeping with the brand’s mix of happy chic and fashionably cool aesthetics, along with its love of illustrations.

    This collection has been inspired by the upbringing of her mother in Tanzania. The prints depict colourful brushstrokes, tropical fruits, sunshine and mysterious portraits. Bright, fun, cheery and zany may be some words to describe the collection and from what we’ve seen, we’re loving it! They grace a collection of easy breezy garments meant for a day at the beach or a hot n’ lazy summer’s day in the city. The collection features everything from all-over printed slip dresses, a classic

    They grace a collection of easy breezy garments meant for a day at the beach or those hot days we often get here. The collection features everything from all-over printed slip dresses, a classic Monki jumpsuit and singlets to accessories like purses and bags that will bring the words fun and fashionable to next level. Key fashion looks include a pleated midi, a fun 90’s bustier and an off-the-shoulder baby doll dress.

    What’s even better is that in conjunction with the collection release, a MONKI favourite is back in stores. The SMILE campaign gives all customers a 10% discount just for smiling at the store staff from 25 May to 31 May! 

    So, if you’re a MONKI fan, don’t miss out on getting a chance to get 10% discount on your purchase when you check out this super fun collection!

  • Fashion,  Fashion Events

    GEMFIVE.com: The New Online E-Commerce Marketplace

    Shoppers, there’s a new kid in town for your online shopping experiences. Introducing GEMFIVE.com, the new online e-commerce marketplace and it’s officially open for business.

    E-tailing has been growing steadily in Malaysia over the last few years. A lot of us do almost everything online. From buying groceries, shopping for literally anything you want or need, to getting your banking done. Doing things online has become a way of life for us and thus, it’s great that we now have another place for more choices to buy things.

    The Hong Leong Group are the investors behind GEMFIVE.com and they’ve used Malaysia as their home base with hopes of expanding to other countries within the region in the near future.

    GEMGIVE focuses on curation, value and simplicity. With curation, they help to bring customers authentic products and exciting brands – some of which were not easily accessible locally till today. In terms of bringing value to the customer, they aim to keep their prices reasonable and competitive. They also aim for their customer experiences to be simple and hassle-free. We currently have over 100 merchants and over 300 brands.

    At present, there are over 100 merchants and over 300 brands. They hope that this new platform will help to bring more merchants, be it big and small, local and foreign, onshore and offshore, to reach more customers.

    Some of the merchants are coming online for the very first time with GEMFIVE. You’ll be able to source for products in many categories – fashion, electronics, beauty and health, home and living, mum and kids.

    Fashion brands in the line-up that are exclusively on GEMFIVE are cult streetwear brands Sakun and Beyond Closet which are popular with K-pop celebrities. Other international fashion brands which will be introduced are Stella & Jamie (USA) with its LA chic style, WhyRed (Sweden) with its cool Scandinavian style, Neuw Denim (Australia) jeans, and quirky DA+PP (Thailand) appealing to the hipsters. Fast fashion for the fast-paced world is also available with brands like Cheap Monday (Sweden), a premium label under the H&M Group, Almatrichi from Spain, and Pomelo Fashion (Thailand) which is inspired by the Korean style.

    Aside from new brands, consumers can also look forward to popular brands like Annick Goutal, Laura Mercier & Caudalie by Ken’s Apothecary, Dr. Ko, Tony Moly, Crabtree & Evelyn and L’Occitane for the Beauty & Health category. also brings together a range of quality home products. Customers can now look forward to shop for popular brands like Kare from Germany, Tefal, Elba, Samsung, Roichen, Noritake and Maxwell Williams.

    As for the house and home, GEMFIVE also has a range of quality home products from popular brands like Kare from Germany, Tefal, Elba, Samsung, Roichen, Noritake and Maxwell Williams.

    Educational products and products for children are not left out here either. There is an extensive range of educational toys, baby care and products for children from brands such as Philips Avent, Tommee Tippee, Maxi Cosi, LeapFrog and Quinny from our Mum & Kids category. For those shopping for electronics and gadgets can expect to find brands such as Oppo, Xiaomi, Bang & Olufsen, Bose, Lenovo, Samsung, Apple etc. For those who are constantly looking forward to new innovations, they can pre-order the Gramovox, a Kickstarter award-winning Bluetooth sound system which replicates the sound of an old Gramophone.

    For those who need get electronics and gadgets, you’ll be glad to know that brands such as Oppo, Xiaomi, Bang & Olufsen, Bose, Lenovo, Samsung, Apple and more can be found on the site. If you’re constantly looking forward to new innovations, you can also pre-order the Gramovox, a Kickstarter award-winning Bluetooth sound system which replicates the sound of an old Gramophone- we saw it and it’s very cool!

    GEMFIVE also supports local brands and customers can expect to find Frankitas, Dipped Row, Comoddity, Sydonie, Christy Ng, Aisha Wong, Kin by Nik, Binqareem and many more.

    To enjoy the newest online shopping experience, log on to www.gemfive.com now.

  • Fashion,  Fashion Events

    The New Atria Shopping Gallery Is Opening Soon!

    Who remembers Atria Shopping Centre in Damansara Jaya? If you happen to live in the area, you’ll be glad to know that the new Atria Shopping Gallery is set to open its doors come 28th May 2015!

    A lot of us have some fond memories of the neighbourhood mall in Damansara Jaya since it’s opening in the 1980’s where it housed departmental stores such as the good old Kimisawa and who can forget, the French Printemp? It was the place to be at, especially the infamous Piccadilly discotheque who were also famed for “tea parties” on Saturday afternoons with many teenagers in its hey day.

    It was packed and frequented with good reason. It was centrally located in an area with many offices and neighbours filled with families. It had favourites like KFC, Esquire Kitchen, a supermarket to get necessities, boutiques, Guardian pharmacy, CD shops, and it even a Popular Bookstore at some point.

    Well, the end of an era happened when it closed its doors a few years ago. Previously owned by Lien Hoe Corporation, the place now belongs to OSK Property Holdings Berhad and they have revamped it with some exciting things in store, such as the much anticipated unique roof garden alfresco, which is slated to be its main attraction.

    The new place is rather large, a 450,000 sq feet of net lettable space to be exact. Anchor tenants like Village Grocer, Taste Enclave and CHi Fitness, along with a host of other food and beverage outlets will be very popular for a lot of people who work and live in that area.

    Dynasty Dragon Chinese Restaurant which was previously from SS2 Mall, is also making its new home at Atria Shopping Gallery. The restaurant will be occupying a space of 25,000 sq feet, making it ideal for wedding banquets and celebratory dinners.

    When it comes to retail, fashion, lifestyle needs, including a clinic and education centres for children, well, they have it pretty much covered as well. See the list below for more details:

    Major Tenants

    • Ace Hardware
    • CHi Fitness by Clark Hatch International
    • Daiso Japan
    • Dynasty Dragon Chinese Restaurant
    • Hamleys
    • MANGO
    • next
    • Nilufar Pet & Aquatic
    • SportsDirect.com
    • Taste Enclave
    • Terranova
    • Times Bookstore
    • Village Grocer

     

    Beauty & Hair

    • Aesthetic by Marie France
    • AsterSpring Signature
    • Atmosphere Redken Hair Saloon
    • Clinic by MF
    • Glory Nail
    • Hair Equation
    • Kwik & Ez
    • Lycoz Korean Skin Care
    • Organique Hair
    • Sothys Paris
    • Top Secret Studio
    • Two Karess Hair & Beauty

     

    Books, Gifts, Hobbies, IT & Digital Lifestyle

    • Amplified: The Headphones Store
    • GameOn
    • Jens Handicraft
    • Just In Case
    • Katon Tomodachi Toys & Gifts
    • Lenovo & HP Concept Store
    • Macstudio
    • myNews.com
    • Nexxone
    • Samsung
    • Times Bookstore

     

    Children & Edutainment

    • Hamleys
    • Kensington Dance Academy
    • Kiddie Casetta
    • Jungle Gym
    • Molly Fantasy by AEON
    • Mothercare
    • Nilufar Pet & Aquatic
    • Preschool
    • The Little Treehouse Kindergarten
    • Thebabytree.com
    • Yamaha Music

     

    Fashion

    • Blueberry & Co
    • Bratpack
    • Le Grand Tresor
    • MANGO
    • MANGO Kids
    • MANGO Man
    • MANGO, Violeta by
    • next
    • Silver Boutique
    • Skechers
    • Spectra Creation
    • SportsDirect.com
    • Terranova
    • TRIO Concept Store by Jerasia

     

    Health & Fitness

    • AEON Wellness
    • Caring Pharmacy
    • CHi Fitness by Clark Hatch International
    • Colantotte
    • Gintell
    • GNC Live Well
    • Himalaya
    • M+E Pharmacy Optometry
    • Sweat Spa Too
    • Thai Odyssey
    • The Body Shop

     

    Home. Living & Travel

    • Ace Hardware
    • HLK Electrical Chain-Store (Premium)
    • Home’s Harmony
    • Signature Bedroom
    • The Space by Nano Decor
    • Wings

     

    Services, Specialty & Galleries

    • Al-Tamij Capital
    • Alteration by ES Chun
    • Klinik Medivron
    • Millenir’s
    • NewSound Hearing
    • OSK Property Gallery
    • Pressto Dry Cleaning
    • Sweet Florist
    • Zeppelin
    • Zoo Art Gallery

     

    Timepieces, Jewellery & Optical

    • EYEZ Optometry
    • GMG Timewear
    • MOG Eyewear
    • O.W.L
    • Poh Kong
    • Royal London Watches
    • Riocca Jewellery
    • Seen

     

    Dine – Confectionery, Snacks & Specialty Foods

    • Baskin Robbins
    • Bee Cheng Hiang
    • Boost Juice Bars
    • Chatime
    • Hockhua Tonic
    • I Love Yoo!
    • Juiceee
    • Kampong Kravers
    • Koong Woh Tong
    • Shihlin Taiwan Snacks
    • Soon Thye Hang Dried Seafood
    • Tan Ngan Lo Herbal Tea
    • Taste Better

     

    Dine – International Food Court

    • Taste Enclave

     

    Dine – Restaurants, Kopitiams, Cafes & Bistros

    • Absolute Thai
    • Ah Cheng Laksa
    • Antipodean Cafe
    • Artistry by Artisan Coffee Bar
    • Be Lohas Healthy Cuisine Organic Cafe by BMS Organics
    • Dave’s Deli
    • Dynasty Dragon Chinese Restaurant
    • Esquire Kitchen
    • Kame Sushi
    • KFC
    • Kopitime Cafe
    • Little Penang Kafe
    • Manmaru Homemade Udon
    • Nando’s
    • Noodle Shack
    • Nosh Up
    • Pancake House International
    • PappaRich
    • Passage Express by Passage Thru India
    • Pelicana Chicken Korea
    • Pho Vietz
    • Pizzolo Modern Italian
    • Podridge Time
    • O’Coffee Club
    • S’Mores Bar
    • Sambal Chilli Restaurant
    • San Nae Deul Korean BBQ
    • Secret Recipe
    • Selfie Coffee
    • Starbucks Coffee
    • Subway
    • Sushi Q
    • Sushi Tsen
    • Swich Cafe
    • Taiping Lim
    • Tea Verandah
    • The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
    • The Kopi Stamp
    • Tokyo Ramen by Mengokoro Kunimoto
    • Uncle Lim’s Cafe
    • Wendy’s
    • Ying Ker Lou Hakka Cuisine
    • Yuu-jo Donburi

    The mall will also have office and flexible office spaces (SoFo) units called Atria SoFo Suites. For more information, visit their website, Instagram or Facebook Page for more details and updates.

    Source: PTLM

  • Fashion,  Fashion Events

    Raya Fashion Heats Up With The New Jovian Mandagie Collection For ZALORA

    Time passes fast these days and what do you know, Raya is coming up in a couple of months! 

    Festive seasons mean it’s a great time to get shopping for some new threads. ZALORA has recently unveiled an exclusive collection from Jovian Mandagie during a private showcase event at Damansara Performing Arts Centre (DPAC Theatre).

    Jovian Mandagie for ZALORA, brought to you by Maybank, features 63 looks that incorporate the Art-Deco theme for Raya 2015. It has a late-twenties feel and bold architectural graphics, making this collection one of kind and ideal from someone looking for something with a modern twist this Raya season.

    The collection features earthy and rich colours, setting it apart from its previous collection. Beading and geometric lines also show its presence this season with silhouettes of the Baju Kurung Pahang, Baju Kurung Kedah, A-Line, Mermaid Cut and the label’s signature Peplum shape have made an infinite impact of sophistication to the array. Strong paneling and piping give the clothes an elegant modern finish.

    Every designer has a muse and this year, Jovian Mandagie teamed up with Luna Maya, the renowned stylish Indonesian actress to represent the collection and to be his muse. The actress is said to love the new collection saying, “It gives the feel of a true fashionista and suits any kind of woman with its luxurious and exotic touch.”

    Prices of this collection range from RM430 to RM600, keeping in theme with ZALORA’s main aim of keeping fashion affordable. The collection is now available on ZALORA.com.my and in Jovian stores in May.

    There’s also good news for Maybank card holders as you can now enjoy an exclusive 26% off* this collection and across zalora.com.my for their first purchase (discount code: M26BANK) and 21% off* storewide for their subsequent purchases (discount code M21BAK). Terms and Conditions apply.