Authentic Traditional Designer Lulu Lutfi Labibi Arrives in FashionValet

lulu lutfi labibi designer on Fashionvalet
Photo: Instagram: @lululutfilabibi

Another one of South East Asia’s finest designer finally joins FashionValet! After TODJO’s arrival few weeks ago, now comes Lulu Lutfi Labibi—another authentic gem from Indonesia. Lulu Lutfi Labibi is a rising local designer from Yogyakarta, Indonesia, and he is greatly famous for his masterpiece of traditional contemporary clothing. With elements of Indonesia’s finest woven clothes, Batik and lurik, Lulu Lutfi Labibi always offers non-dimensional pieces of clothing that can be worn in so many ways!

lulu lutfi labibi designer on Fashionvalet
Photo: Instagram @ralineshah

Lulu Lutfi Labibi (yes, that’s his actual real name, if you were wondering!) always mention that his clothes will stay “alive” using the imagination of the wearer. He doesn’t want his customers to be bored of the usual conventional design, rather his clothes can be worn in so many ways, that you would only need to have one unique piece and could wear it forever! Try wrapping it around, twisting or layering them, and you will always have something fresh to wear that lasts! His stunning drape and asymmetrical techniques was done free-handedly mostly without patterns, resulting in bold cuts and structured unique pieces, it’s incredible.



Another thing about Lulu Lutfi Labibi is his passion for traditional arts. He pours in his love of Batik, lurik, tenun and other Indonesian traditional clothes by turning it into high fashion! He wanted to show the world that Indonesian woven clothes and batik, which he made in collaboration with the best local prodigies in Indonesia, have significant values to offer.

Now you can go worry-free, because Lulu’s amazing pieces is available on FashionValet, and they’re asking for a new parent to own them!

lulu lutfi labibi designer on Fashionvalet

lulu lutfi labibi designer on Fashionvalet


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