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Travelshop online feature

UNG YIU LIN, SHOESSHOESSHOES & KLUTCHEDBy ANNE AERIA | DESIGNERS Meet Ung Yiu Lin, founder and designer of ShoesShoesShoes and KLutched as she chats about the evolution of these KL-based brands, the importance of good value and how she juggles work and life while staying sassy and chic. When people say dreams do come true, that’s exactly what happened to Ung Yiu Lin, founder and designer of ShoesShoesShoes and KLutched. “10 years ago, it started with a dream of wanting all Malaysian ladies to be able to afford walking out of a store with 3 fabulous well-made shoes and without feeling guilty”, says Yiu Lin. That’s how the moniker, ShoesShoesShoes came about. A brand that offers the latest trends in footwear and accessories, made of...

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Buro 24/7 online feature

#BuroBossGirl: Interview with Shoes Shoes Shoes founder and designer Ung Yiu LinPublished by Rachel Au Mar 29, 2017 10:00:00 AM   It's never easy balancing a career and motherhood. Ung Yiu Lin reveals how she does it, Shoes Shoes Shoes and its 10th year anniversary, her relationship with her husband and more. Shoes are every woman's weakness and yet, how many of us can say we love them enough to start a brand? Ung Yiu Lin can. A graduate in Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Finance and a Masters holder in Applied Finance, this #BossGirl started Shoes Shoes Shoes at the tender age of 26 after two years of working at a consulting firm. It was no rash decision either. She travelled around...

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The Star online feature

Malaysians using social media to help build their fashion brandsMarch 22, 2017  By: Bervin Cheong  These days, you don’t have to be in the front row to really have a good look at the latest runway designs. From live streams to instant snaps, fashion has become accessible to almost anyone with a smartphone. Businesses in the industry are quick to catch on. Building a presence on social media is now a must as well. No reputable fashion brand would be caught dead without at least a Facebook page or Instagram account. The right footing Not every brand has to create a special identity to engage customers though. It certainly helps if the owner is already active on social media. Take for...

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Malaysia Tatler online feature

Ong Shunmugam presents first Trunk Show in Kuala Lumpur Nov 29, 2016   /   The Ritz-Carlton KL The first Ong Shunmugam trunk show in Kuala Lumpur received the turn out it much deserved at the Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur. A collaboration with homegrown retailer Shoes Shoes Shoes, Malaysian designer Priscilla Shunmugam presented her RGB 2017 collection, a dedication to the modern interpretation of the traditional Chinese womenswear. There to celebrate the seasonal creations were society’s chicest personalities, like Datin Dian Lee, Marion Caunter, Thanuja Ananthan and Izrin Iz. The ladies browsed Shunmugam’s collection and enjoyed a fashion showcase fusing traditional textiles from Hong Kong, Indonesia, India, Korea and Japan in 26 varieties of cheongsam and samfu. Shunmugam personally attended to guests who wished to purchase made-to-measure pieces.   (Read it on : http://my.asiatatler.com/events/ong-shunmugam-presents-first-trunk-show-in-kuala-lumpur/15 )  

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The Border Mail AU online feature

Things to do in Kuala Lumpur: Three-minute guide Sheriden Rhodes 24 Dec 2016, 12:15 a.m. WHY Incense-swathed temples, frenzied hawker markets, towering sky scrapers and more collide in the sultry capital of Malaysia. Shopping and eating are locals' favourite pastimes, but there's more to the city than just satay and retail therapy. Browse an open-air flea market, join the locals exercising in the cool morning air at the lush KL Forest Eco Park (visitkl.gov.my) – the city's last surviving tract of tropical rainforest – and soak up sensational views of KL's skyline from the observation deck of Kuala Lumpur Tower (menarakl.com.my). VISIT Kuala Lumpur's landmark Central Market (centralmarket.com.my), formerly a wet market, is worth a mosey, with vendors selling handicrafts, art, clothing and...

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