• Tips & Trends,  Vogue

    How to: Dress Properly To Work

    Whether you are the financial planner or the lady editor – we show you the right things to wear! ‘Dress to impress’ will never go cliche. At least not in the working place – since you have to maintain a presentable image on your colleagues’ and clients’ eyes. Malaysian Defence Ministry recently posted a staff dress code guide but triggered online jokes to its backfire. Typical dress code guides only touch on formal dressing rules, where in fact there are rising industries that could suffer from under-dressing or overdressing from the lack of relevant guides. Venusbuzz show you what essentials you need to have and to OWN your field –…

  • Features,  Vogue

    Young & Talented Malaysian Designers

    Jovian Mandagie, Jonathan Liang, Ung Yiu Lin, and Silas Liew break through local fashion conventions In the 1980s, there was a boy who decided to not do accounting as his parents told him so, but fashion designing instead. After years of hard work, the Europeans applauded him – and the rest is history. Another man turned his name a luxurious icon worldwide. His crafts walked glorious red carpets, and many competed to buy over his venture. The earlier Malaysian fashion prodigies – Bernard ‘King of Fashion’ Chandran and Jimmy Choo had it tough – with brows raised for their oddities. But their presence, as well as various modern conveniences, has…

  • Fashion Buzz,  Vogue

    L’APERITIF: Parisian Chic Infusion in Malaysia

    Kronenbourg’s 1664 to launch a fashion platform in Malaysia In the land of fashion – the historical term ‘haute couture’ was born. French and its Parisian beauties are ladies’ obsessions – flaming red lips along with monotonous clothing ensemble are perfectly wrapped with their natural flair. Kronenbourg’s 1664 is trying to bring Paris for KL-ites experience’s sake. The result is L’APERITIF fashion platform. The program goes this way: selected young designers would showcase their work to four local fashion gurus. And who could be more apt to front the fashion campaign rather than the brand who has constantly use French flair as their inspiration – Gallo by Thian. Teresa Thian,…

  • Tips & Trends,  Vogue

    Fashion Playground

    Having fun with fashion faux pas VPLs and camel toes are clearly fashion don’ts that should be avoided at all costs. Fashion clichés like the dreaded mom jeans or the masculine fedora among others are misunderstood fashion items that often scare the living daylights out of us because many don’t know how to use it to their advantage. Now, we are throwing out these stereotypical fashion faux pas and show you how it’s done. #1 Mom Jeans Thanks to Mischa Barton who successfully brought them back to the streets, we declare mom jeans free of any fashion sins. The baggy meets fitting rule applies here – so match mom jeans with…