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Ivan Gunawan

Renowned for his boundless creativity and exceptional talent across various artistic domains. Not only is he a celebrated public figure and charismatic presenter, but he also possesses an innate flair for fashion design. With an illustrious career spanning over two decades, Ivan has truly made his mark in the ever-evolving realms of creativity and fashion.

Merdi Sihombin

A creative worker in the field of fashion and fashion accessories who really cares about culture, environment, social programs and sustainable ecosystem development. Merdi is not only known as a fashion designer, but also for his track record in building community empowerment. During his 25 year career, Merdi has always carried & defended the values of fashion ethics and  sustainability including diversity in fashion, slow fashion, recycle, reuse, pp-cycle, nature & cultural conservation.


Taking inspiration from Indonesian culture and pop music to turn their bold ideas into reality through dresses and designs. Making dreams happen, this collection called “A Pop of Culture” wows fashionistas of New York with bright fuchsia, golds, limes, and pops of eye-catching designs on chic, simple silhouettes.

IKAT Indonesia

Didiet Maulana represents the commitment to beloved Indonesia’s cultural richness and a way to make Tenun Ikat fabric more widely accepted by the world. IKAT Indonesia by Didiet Maulana encapsulated and reinvented the ideas of how the young generation in Indonesia is preserving their magical culture through continuously using the art of weaving to promote curated local artisans and well-designed fashion items.

Ghea Panggabean

She introduced a distinctive mark to Indonesia’s fashion scene—the iconic “Jumputan” tie-dyed fabric (Pelangi Palembang Cloth). Her designs use  strong folklore elements and boho chic styles which became her trademark in the Indonesian fashion scene. Her fashion tells a story of Indonesia’s rich cultural heritage and is uniquely Indonesian until today. She never stops Translating Heritage into Fashion.

LAVANI by Amero Jewellery

Creative Director, Steven Ronaldo, presented LAVANI by Amero Jewellery this fashion week in collaboration with Livette. LAVANI represents women who are true to their heart, women who share the hope of carrying on the underlying spirit of Borobudur, women who value life in humanity and happiness, whilst simultaneously invoking homage to timeless heritage through alluring jewelry.


Livette was founded in 2017 by Liliana Tanoesoedibjo, a multitalented Indonesian public figure and entrepreneur with expertise and passion in the fields of beauty and fashion


Amanda Sutanto wanted to highlight MANDY’S slogan ‘Style Meets Comfort’. With the variety of styles of shoes on display, one thing they share is the comfort & quality of each product.

Kimberly Tandra

This SS 2024 season is Kimberly Tandra’s third season at New York Fashion Week as the youngest Indonesian fashion designer. Her collection, Plethora, is both feminine and vibrant with color combinations of red, pink, yellow and orange. Suedeson is proud of their craftsmanship of traditional techniques made from scratch and entirely designed in house.