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Batik Durian Lubuklinggau Get Lucky for Designer Jenny Yohana Kansil

The JYK fashion line, led by designer Jenny Yohana Kansil and working with Batik Durian Lubuklinggau, will return to the stage of the Emerging Talents Milan Fashion Show on September 21, 2022, at the Palazzo Visconti in Milan, Italy, after making a breakthrough the previous year.

Unlike the previous year, JYK this time redesigns the traditional batik legacy to use digital processing. The JYK label works with batik craftsmen to develop new batik themes that are thought to be well-liked by the global market and seem more current.

This durian theme was created using photographs that were altered from real durian shots that were discovered at a plantation in Lubuklinggau, South Sumatra. The durian blossom is being studied because it has its own unique beauty, which may not be well recognized to the general audience.

The silhouette for the "Egalitarian" spring/summer 2023 collection is taken from the decade of the 1970s, which stands for the era of freedom and equality. These years are often regarded as the most stylish period in history. This ten-piece clothing collection has a variety of styles, including mini and midi skirts, A-line blouses, high waisted tops, flared jeans, and floral elegance. Statement sleeves predominate in the collection designs.

The 1970s fashion also proclaimed that "there are no rules in the world of fashion," which is consistent with the brand DNA of JYK, which dares to take risks and do things that are brazen, unconventional, and out of left field. Traditional batik is turned into athletic patterns and vibrant collections that unquestionably integrate materials like stretch jersey, thick wool stripes, and light silk organza. Sporty ribbon accessories complete the look.

Additionally, the JYK brand is still committed to sustainable fashion, and this collection makes use of organic materials and unused batik fabrics that are appliquéd, knitted, and utilized as embellishments.

Additionally, this collection confirms JYK's brand DNA's willingness to push boundaries after adding batik to the punk style last year and now fusing batik with a sporty style. This is demonstrated by a color mood that is mostly composed of layered neutral hues, such as a blend of dark and light brown that, surprise, results in a brand-new eye-catching hue. Bright hues like blue and orange can also be used to create an athletic appearance. Italian clay tones, hints of pink, and green help to balance this palette. This collection has an even and balanced range of colors.

With the topic "Egalitarian," this collection conveys the ideas of equality, the conviction that every person has equal rights, and equal opportunity.

This concept was inspired by a number of current events, beginning with how the globe responded to the conflict in Russia and Ukraine, which brought back memories of the 1970s, when Americans protested the Vietnam War and the role that a superpower played in it. In the end, we are all the same, regardless of color, gender, socioeconomic rank, or nation. The same difficulties that threaten us as homo sapiens include the AIDS pandemic, global warming, dwindling resource supplies, poverty, issues with gender equality and human rights, and, when things go worse, problems with nuclear and war weapons.

The necessity for peace is then added to the "Egalitarian" collection so that all humans might live in harmony and make the world a better place. We were all intended to live in a state of freedom, not to control others in order to maintain our own freedom, but to utilize that power for the good of all.

Speaking of love and freedom, the Lubuklinggau region, from which this batik is derived, has a tale that embodies both concepts. The tale, known as the Legend of the "Silampari Princess," illustrates female strength, empowerment, and equality in Lubuklinggau.

There are many different versions of this tale, but the spirit of the Silampari Princess, who is conscious of her authority and freedom to stand on an equal footing with men, is present in this instance. a person who can think for themselves and doesn't give up easy.

Princes Silampari, however, is the child of Selendang Kuning and King Linggau. The Prince of Palembang was so taken by her beauty that he wanted to ask Princess Silampari to join Palembang and Lubuklinggau. The Princess, who upholds her beliefs and does not readily give up, rejects the proposition. The princess was subsequently given a "lubuk," or deep basin at the river's bottom, by his brother, The Prince of Linggau. (Which is thereafter assumed to be the origin of the name Lubuklinggau.)

The Princess once requested that the gods be lifted to heaven after encountering several challenges in her life. After that, she vanished and was never seen again. Princess Silampari is thought to have vanished on Bukit Sulap, a Lubuklinggau hill that constantly changes appearance or occasionally vanishes. The princess's abduction stopped an unwelcome battle from breaking out.

As a result, Silampari Land is another name for Lubuklinggau, and the airport, Silampari Airport, also goes by that name. The meaning of Silampari Silam, which means "lost," and Pari, which means "princess," together denote "the lost princess."

In spite of pressure from the two loves that surround them—her family and the guy she loves—the Silampari Princess narrative depicts a strong woman who also stands for equality. Women are allowed to decide for themselves what happens to them. Additionally, this tale demonstrates how equality conveys the idea that there will be no more conflict since both men and women support one another in an atmosphere of love.

Jenny continues, "Love should not constrain or limit freedom itself, but instead release one another.

Initiated by Yetti Oktarina Prana, Chair of the Lubuklinggau Dekranasda, the second cooperation between JYK Fashion Label and Batik Durian Lubuklinggau was slated to be on exhibit at Palazzo Visconti in Modrone, Milan, Italy on September 21, 2022.

Additionally supporting this partnership are Istituto Di Moda Burgo Milan, Istituto Di Moda Burgo Indonesia, and Bank Sumselbabel. Batik Madani also provided help for the show's presentation (Lubuklinggau durian batik).

About JYK Label

JYK is a ready-to-wear women's apparel brand with DNA that implements the idea of sustainable and ethical design while drawing inspiration from the real Indonesian traditional history. This label represents a kaleidoscope of daring, energizing, and ground-breaking youth cultural movements. The acronym JYK stands for Jenny Yohana Kansil, who designed this line of clothing. Jenny graduated from a number of top fashion institutes in Italy and London. Jenny was given the go-ahead to establish an Istituto di Moda Burgo in Indonesia because she graduated from the institution. Jenny is not only a mother, designer, businesswoman, and educator; she also has unique experiences in finance, psychology, and fashion.

About Batik Durian Lubuklinggau

The first instance of Lubuklinggau's durian batik, which has a patent, was started in 2013 by Yetti Oktarina Prana, Head of the Lubuklinggau Dekranasda. It was initially a split durian design. The durian motif evolved over time, expanded in variety, and was issued in accordance with inventiveness. There are now three locations where Lubuklinggau batik artisans produce hundreds of batiks each month. She routinely conducts batik training to empower the residents of Lubuklinggau and batik artisans under the name Rina Prana.

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