Ladies, rejoice! FashionValet drops a new bridal category

Fashion

October 28, 2016 | BY Dian Pasquinal Kaur

Southeast Asia’s leading fashion e-commerce portal, FashionValet, now has a new category dedicated to brides-to-be.

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Future brides will now have one less task to worry about with the introduction of FashionValet Bridal. Now you can order the most important dress in your life online, all without having to leave the house or office, or wherever you might be. 

There are so many reasons to love this new category, from the convenience to cost and also the list of designers which are undoubtedly some of the country’s best. Fiziwoo, Khoon Hooi, Mimpikita, Nurita Harith, PU3, Rizman Ruzaini, Syaiful Bahrim and Syomirizwa Gupta are on board; and we hear other designers like Hatta Dolmat and Alia Bastamam will be following suit. 


Fiziwoo

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Khoon Hooi

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Mimpikita

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NH by Nurita Harith

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PU3

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Syaiful Bahrim

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Syomirizwa Gupta

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The preview of the new category was held at The St Regis Kuala Lumpur and Vivy Yusof, the co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of FashionValet in her speech said: “We aim to be present at all stages of a woman’s life – whether it’s her first day of college, first date, first day at work, having her first child or other milestones. The one thing we were missing was the biggest day of her adult life. Now, we can proudly say that FashionValet has become every woman’s life companion.”

Bridal wear is an expansion that has been on Vivy’s mind for a long time and she’s very pleased that it’s all finally happening. “I want FashionValet to be a one-stop shopping portal where women are able to get literally everything from head-to-toe, no matter what the occasion!”

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In case you missed it, Vivy Yusof was also recently featured alongside her husband Fadzarudin Anuar, Scha Alyahya, Awal Ashaari and Bryan Loo in our inaugural Generation T list of Connectors.