Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Wacoal 3D Bra ‘SUHADA’ Launch

Harnessing innovation in a cup, Wacoal Malaysia proudly unveiled the ingeniously designed SUHADA on 25 March at Isetan KLCC.

Beautifully comfortable, the revolutionary SUHADA reinvents the conventional techniques of brassiere making.

Made entirely wireless and feather-light, the mold cup of SUHADA is structured by an integrated elastic 3D frame. Cushioned low within multiple layers of supple urethane, the strategic positioning of the curvy 3D frame optimises the flawless fabrication of the mold cup. This one-of-a-kind assembly enables SUHADA to bolster the bosom gently whilst seamlessly embracing bust of any form – ultimate comfort in a whole new dimension!

Backed up by decades of advanced research and studies carried out by its famed Human Science Research Centre in Japan, Wacoal’s scientific approach is second to none in the intimate apparels industry. “We are most elated to showcase yet another lingerie that embodies cutting-edge innovation,” said Wacoal Malaysia’s Senior Manager of Sales and Marketing, Ms Lo Yean Feein, at the launch. “This is Wacoal’s way of ‘illuminating women’s beauty from science’,” she added.

Making a special appearance at the event, Miss Malaysia World 2015, Ms Brynn Lovett, who also holds the title of Miss Wacoal, tried on and shared her feeling, first hand, of wearing a SUHADA.

Retailing at RM209.90 and RM59.90 for its seamless matching panty, the Japan-imported SUHADA, which comes in three captivating prints or patterns, is available at selected leading Wacoal outlets. Feel free to check out Wacoal Malaysia Website and Wacoal Malaysia FB for more information. Thanks Wacoal for the lovely goodies.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Miss Malaysia Petite Universal 2016 Press Conference

The inaugural Miss Malaysia Petite Universal 2016 finals on 26 May is set to be a blazing affair.

Over 138 aspirants registered for the event but only 20 finalists will be selected for the final.

Organizer Irene Tan said it had been tough picking the finalists as all the aspirants were "beauty queen" in their own winning ways. She  said the response to Miss Malaysia Petite Universal 2016 had been overwhelming because majority of Asia women were small built. Tan said the Miss Petite would focus on intelligence, education and personality, pointing out that there would be no bikinis. "Contestants will be judged not only on external beauty but also on their inner beauty," she said.

The contest, which is opened to women between 18-27 years old, will see the top 3 winners winning scholarships to PORTMAN college each. The courses will be on event management, business and video/film production. Tan said the prize was a unique feature as the contest isn't about winning a tiara or cash but an opportunity to enrich oneself and to learn. Tan is also using social media to promote her event via the "Share, Tag and Win" concept. The "Share, Tag and Win" campaign will see I Tiara Productions giving out 200 complimentary tickets to the average family. Two tickets worth RM1000 will also be given to watch the final.

There will be 10 judges and varous sponsors PORTMAN college, Keep Slim, Lamode Artology Academy, Fion Poon International, Baddogz Studio, MakeUp Puzzle, Younique Image Venture, Zalora, L 'Epoque, Corporate Orient,, Dartlife, Facepics Studio and Benggy Yeong photography to grace this auspicious occasion. There will be approximately 600 guests of honor, VVIP or invited guests from various fields of businesses attending this glamorous event.

The inaugural Miss Malaysia Petite Universal 2016 finals will be held at Galaxy @HGH Convention Centre located in Sentul on 26 May 2016. For purchasing of VVIP tickets, please call Sam at 010-8997106.