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29/10/2015

But where's Alice?

It's perhaps not the fashion statement that will make it off the catwalk, as models wearing rabbit masks and ears walked down the runway in demure dresses with intricate detailing at Jakarta Fashion Week.

 

The designs by Bramanta Wijaya, who specialises in bridal wear, paired the white gowns with the animal accessory for an eccentric style that wouldn't look out of place in an Alice In Wonderland novel.

 

Irna Laperle sent models down the runway in white gowns and jackets with matching headscarf

 

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The Indonesian fashion event also showcased fashionable Islamic style and opulent gold tones by other designers.

 

Bramanta Wijaya has been influenced by Alice In Wonderland before for his collections, taking inspiration from the Mirana white castle in the movie.

 

The designer sticks to an icy palette of white for bridal wear in elegant shapes for this year's show, which took place today.

 

Other designers showcasing their work include Monika Jufry, who creates a fashion take on Islamic dress for women, and Irna Laperle, who produced extravagant designs in white tones, while Hannie Hananto showed models in classic Oriental styles.

 

Bramanta specialises in bridal wear which is clear from her minimal styles which she calls simple but 'not plain'.

 

The demure designs were followed by garments with striking pieces by Hannie Hananto in an oriental style with a black and white colour palette.

 

Models sported graphic shapes and kimono-esque jackets, with the only splash of colour a bright yellow in contrast to the monotone.

 

Hannie stuck to sharp styles with head scarves topping off her models' appearances on the runway.

 

Designer Monika Jufry has spoken out previously to say Islamic women can follow their faith as well as be stylish and described her own work as Islamic fashion.

 

Monika said: 'Someone who usually looks sporty doesn’t need to force herself to become feminine just because she wears Islamic dress.'

 

She became a designer by accident with the aim of making wearable clothes for women who follow the religion.

 

Her aqua-toned creations give Islamic women the coverage necessary in their faith while giving them feminine colours and shapes.

 

Irna Laperle sent models down the runway in white gowns and jackets with matching headscarf.

 

The jewelled designs were also accompanied with head-covering scarves and pleated fabric creating a dramatic silhouette.

 

Najua Yanti also created bold-coloured designs with turbans paired with body jewellery.

 

Anniesa Hasibuan, who recently showed at New York Fashion Week, sent models down the catwalk in plenty of gold tones and the opulent theme of the runway was set when a model emerged in a golden crown.

 

One model even wore a headdress which resembled a golden tree.

 

The full-length gowns were traditional but with the metallic tones certainly made a statement.

 

While Anne Avantie went for the most colourful collection, she followed the theme of extravagant glamour.

 

Her designs were bejewelled or created from satin to really pack a punch on the runway.

 

The Indian-style dresses had little in common with the designs of Danny Satriadi.

 

The designer sent models out in deconstructed garments, with their hands and legs covered in fabric cuffs.

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