Saturday, 27 October 2018

Giving Back

We are thankful to be able to stand strong in the market all these years.  As a giving back to the society, we contribute our skills, knowledge and experience to this charity event World Refugee Day 2018.

Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Dancer Hilary

Empire Entertainment Agency is our entertainer supply agency, provide dancers, dj, models and bands. Please visit the website:

Sunday, 2 April 2017

The Master Chef Event

Tokyo 3 Michelin Star Chef Kuruso and team did a live demonstration in KL Eco City


Saturday, 13 February 2016


Sunday, 31 January 2016

Going back to your boots!

We just love our boots! Boots are more than just staple footwear for winter; they can be practical or uber-stylish and are extremely versatile for dressing up or down. Investing in a couple of pairs will see you through from workdays to weekends to evenings out.

As they are usually a big investment, buying the right ones is essential, simply follow our tips below and you’ll be beautifully booted in no time!

Go long? or short?
The important thing to remember when buying your boots is not just what fashion is dictating but what suits your personal style, your leg length and shape. It’s so easy to fall in love with a great- looking pair of boots, but are they going to look great on your feet and will they flatter your overall look? The good news is that with such a fabulous choice this season in the stores you will find several styles that work for you.

Ankle boots and shoe boots
The ankle length styles with a flat heel are practical and cute. If you are shorter in the leg, however, they can be unflattering if worn with a skirt so make sure you keep your tights the same colour to avoid ‘chopping’ your legs to look shorter.

The shoe boot is perfect for a smarter look when worn with trousers and the elegant styles could be worn with your work suit if you don’t need a dress formal look. The more funky styles will work with jeans or for evening wear so you can wear them as an alternative to heeled shoes on a night out.

The knee high
If you wear knee high boots with a skirt then make sure it is an appropriate length. If you have nice knees then you can wear a skirt that finishes above or on the knee. If you have bigger knees then the skirt should finish just below them where the leg is slimmer so that you won’t draw attention to them. If you can’t find a pair of knee highs that fit your calves then check out specialist boot makers such as
Ted & Muffy and The Shoe Tailor, both who offer a wider fit or stretchy inserts.

The UGG boot
Who would have thought Australian sheepskin could be so stylish – even in the hot weather? We love the look of a young girl wearing them with a cute short skirt. They are so popular with some new versions appearing and are perfect for slouchy comfort in style. It might not be the best boot for everyone though and definitlely doesn’t work in a formal office environment, even on dress casual Friday.

The key to knowing which boots are best for you and how to wear them is understanding your body shape, scale and style personality.

Why not ensure you make the right decisions when investing in those boots by treating yourself to a consultation with one of our consultants.

Afterwards you will know exactly what suits you and make wise decisions when shopping.

Check out our Pinterest board for more inspiration.

Wednesday, 7 October 2015

70s Fashion

70s Fashion. Autumn Winter 2015.

When I work with my clients giving them advice on what styles/colours best suit them, the major thing we need to take into consideration is their personality and lifestyle. As well as chatting through their preferences and asking about their lifestyle, I also ask them to complete a style personality questionnaire which defines whether they are creative, dramatic, romantic, classic, natural or city chic.

Ladies whose top score is classic, love to match, they like to look smart and elegant but their main priority is to co-ordinate. They will always wear the same items in their wardrobe with the same things and probably hang their clothes in outfits rather than separates. So anyone out there who is classic will love what I am going to say next and can interpret this fashion in a more pared-down way. However the dramatics, romantics and creatives can make this fashion their own. So get out there!

‘The two-piece’: ‘be it a twin-set, a trouser or skirt suit’ underwent a dramatic make-over last season and it is here to stay. Banish the notion of twin sets and pearls from your mind. The two-piece has undergone a dramatic make-over and we are all seeing double.

Co-ordinates, or ‘co-ords’ in fashion speak, are the instant cheat to a ‘put together’ look. The matching is ready-made for you and the top-to-toe look makes for a slimming silhouette which makes you look taller. Great if you are petite in height.
Statement print or colour blocking, sharp tailoring or loose jersey, trouser suit or skirt set; there are no ‘co-ord’ rules, just make sure they are matchy-matchy.

Tailored print suits can take you from boardroom to bar stool. Black and white (monochrome) makes its biggest impact with a stark silhouette. There are floaty and floral ‘co-ords’ to be found too with flowers going supersize in jumpsuits and playsuits. Or the Global Traveller inspired look will take you into festival territory, just add a fringed bag. Finally, if you like to keep ‘in-check’ and have more of a boyish figure go for the classic check look which is more tailored with a fitted blazer or long waistcoat, as it will suit your body shape better.

The great thing about this trend, of course, is you get two outfits for the price of one when you wear them separately.
So clash it up or wear them together for a statement look that’s guaranteed to turn heads and give you double for your money.

Written by Shan Williams, Personal Stylist.

More ideas on how to embrace this trend can be found at

Monday, 25 May 2015

Health Tips From International Model - Anders Thage

The world has become more and more visual, you have a mere 30 seconds to make a lasting impression. Looking good will give you confidence. The right body shape and right posture will make you feel confidence about yourself and this affect your performance.

Recently we just had an interview with Anders, international model from Denmark who has been modeling for 10 years. He shared about his health tips with us how to keep a healthy and shapy body.

"I always lift my own bodyweight when I exercises at the gym, run every 2nd day, I train Muay thai, always eat healthy foods and stay away from eating meat". 


Height 183cm
Chest 37
Waist 35
Hips 37
Pant 32
Shoe 43/44
Collar 14
Shourlder 20
Armhole 15

Arm Length 22.5
Bicep 12.5
Elbow 10.5
Small Arm 9.5
Wrist 65.
Armpit 40
Middle back to waist 20

Mid Tigh 20.5
Knee 15
Mid Small Calf 13
Ankle 10
In seam 30
Waist to ankle 45

Monday, 7 July 2014