Cheongsam had been the clothing or attire for the Chinese for important occasions such as formal events or lunar new year. However, the design style of cheongsam more focused on traditional styling, a clear cut pattern with embroidering symbols such as flowers, dragon, or phoenix.
Malaysian fashion designer Ho Kok Loong, also known as KL Ho, has taken edgy and gothic styling on cheongsam and been awarded “Outstanding Fashion Styling Award 2019” and recognition at the 72nd Cannes Short Film Festival in France for his modern cheongsam style.
Ho, who from Seremban, Malaysia is also the executive director of “The MOD House”, a homegrown fashion label that specializes in creating affordable and fashionable office attire. His award-winning collection intrigued guests as models showcased his unique designs while walking down the runway at the red carpet gala and fashion show dinner at the InterContinental Carlton Cannes, France, which featured international couture brands like Kapriva, RockStarr Designer Wear, Gina Frias London, and Grace Moon.
“I wanted to express my darker side in this collection through a play on color, texture and zentangle patterns”
“I think this can be the start of a new wave in the fashion industry here, nowadays people don’t have the time to manage their wardrobes, so this website can help them save a lot of time,”
said Ho during an interview with Malay Mail at the Sheraton Imperial, Kuala Lumpur
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