On the second night of Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week, Syomir Izwa, Nurita Harith, Amir Luqman and Alia Bastamam did not disappoint.

Syomir Izwa featured a funky resort wear collection. From floor length halter neck dresses in neutral hues of black, white and tan, to sheer panelled skirts, tops and dresses, to vividly coloured strapless jumpsuits in pink and orange, it was fun and flirty the whole way through.

Nurita Harith showcased a range of nuetral hues of beige, olive green, navy and tan on chiffon, silk organza and satin. Crop tops over pencil skirts, peplum hemmed mini dresses, voluminous maxi skirts and capes were among the silhouettes seen on the catwalk.

Amir Luqman’s collection was a lot more risque. Most ensembles were sheer mini, midi or maxi dresses with either a bikini or strapless tube dress as the underlay. Lace was a major component in various colours of black, red, orange and navy making it a great collection for a sexy beach getaway.

Syomir Izwa’s fabulous strapless gown in black featured a bright orange bandeau with a hot pink obi belt.

A classy look with chic detailing was seen prevalently in Nurita Hariths collection.

Demure with a whole side of lace – this was one of the more subtle ensembles from Amir Luqman during KLFW.

Alia Bastamam’s show was divided into two with her Alia B collection opening her show. Stylish and chic, it was a range of sporty luxe daywear with lots of black jersey and grey crepe that left the power to be dressed up or down to the person who wears it.

The Alia Bastamam main collection was more glamorous, sexy and elegant with cocktail dresses, two-piece evening outfits and gowns sweeping the stage. Statement pieces featured lace, leather, satin, sequins and chiffon in black and white with a bronze and gold jacquard fabric.

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