Focus Malaysia: Irwansyah – Beyond the silver screen

Beyond the silver screen Posted by Aqalili Azizan | February 12, 2020 7:35 pm | Lifestyle on Focus Malaysia Irwansyah talks about his entertainment career and becoming an entrepreneur. Irwansyah

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Focus Malaysia – Tailored for success

Article from Focus Malaysia Written by Ong Chin Huat For the last 45 years, Lord’s Tailor has earned an unsurpassed reputation for uncompromising quality and impeccable service. Celebrating 45 years

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The Star: Renowned Malaysian tailors, Lord’s, win World Branding Award

Article found on The Star.com By Patsy Kam You might have heard some people say a suit makes the man, but what about the man who makes the suit? It

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Tatler: Lord’s Tailor Celebrates Its 45th Anniversary With A Gentleman’s Bash

Showing off stylish bespoke suits, celebrities and friends of Lord’s Tailor celebrated the homegrown brand’s 45th year with a party themed “The Gentlemen’s Journey”. Among the famous faces were Dato’ Sri

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Forbes : The 5 Best Shops For Men In Kuala Lumpur

If you’re looking for luxury menswear, definitely stop by Lord’s Tailor. Founder Robert Loh shares why Lord’s has seen such success over the past four decades: “We listen to what our customers want and meticulously measure every customer. Then we’ll suggest the best combination of fabrics in terms of colour and material type, cut and style to ensure that the end result flatters the customer.”

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Congratulations Edwin Siu & Priscilla Wong

A hush-hush weekend celebration with less than 30 days to plan, the couple intended for an intimate wedding ceremony, one that is dedicated to symbolise their love and eternal dedication

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Tatler HK: Jimmy Choo on Princess Diana and the Importance of Presentation

There’s something unique about how Jimmy Choo presents himself when we meet in his presidential suite. An immaculate suit sits perfectly on his shoulders and every button on his crisp,

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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Costume Designer Mary Vogt On Sartorial Storytelling – Forbes.com

It was also important to showcase not only high-end global designers but local ones too. “Our great on-the-ground team which included Andrea Wong – a former fashion editor at Asian

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Malaysian Designers Featured on Crazy Rich Asians – The Star

Kenny Loh For the men of Crazy Rich Asians, the dapper look is not “dresscode optional”. Local suiting brand Lord’s Tailor helped in this regard, whereby Charlie Wu (Harry Shum Jr.),

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The Crazy Rich Style of Crazy Rich Asians – Vanity Fair

“But while internationally recognized brands play a big part in the movie, the local luxury of Singapore comes across in the presence of Southeast Asian ateliers, from Michael Cinco to

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