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Authentically Batik

Noorul-Hudaa Abdul-Rahman, Batika By Hudaa

14-Apr-17 10:00

Authentically Batik

Batik has been a staple of native Malaysian culture with its perfect fusion of color, concept, and craftsmanship. Yet over the years, the signature tapestry has lost some of its limelight to cheap knockoffs and more modern fashion trends. On this episode, we speak to the founder of Batika By Hudaa about the influence of batik in modern fashion trends, the challenge of keeping batik mainstream, as well as the importance of authentic batik craftsmanship.


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