Wardrobesolutionz Revolutionises The Fashion Ecosystem

Recently, Mr Ho Kok Loong, founder of the MOD House officially announced the fashion retail platform, Wardrobesolutionz will go live in October 2019. This online platform will allow Malaysian designers of all styles to showcase, sell and rent their creations to a mass audience.

“The online fashion retail platform is the first phase of the fashion designer ecosystem that I envision with the sole purpose of uplifting the industry and all its stakeholders,” Ho said. The second phase is a concept store, imagine an Ikea for fashion. I am grateful for the support of my investors and team in making my vision into a reality”.

The Fashion Hub located at Scott Garden will provide a physical coworking space for image sylists, hair stylists, make-up artist, tailors, designers and creatives to create and produce works with ease.

Members of the Fashion Hub will be able to utilise all the collaborative facilities available such as the fashion specific photos studio, a fabric section, a common space, a fashion library and much more. The hub will also focus on providing workshops and education activities to anyone passionate about fashion.

As part of Wardrobesolutionz corporate social responsibility initiative,  Mr Ho presented a contribution of RM300,000 to the Qian Hai International Foundation and the Society of New Hope and Economic Development Malaysia.

Signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the fashion solutions provider were Mr Vence Wong from 36Degree Laundry; Dr Wendy Liew, the President of the Association of Image Consultants International Malaysian Chapter; Ms Siri Leksuwat, the President Association of Image Consultants International Bangkok Chapter; Mr Alex Chung, Chief Executive Officer of Nexstgo, Dato Dr Soo Kam Seong Ph.D., Central Welfare Director of Qian Hai International Foundation (QHIF), Datin Louis Loi Pui Fun, Deputy President Society of New Hope and Economic Development Malaysia (NHEDM); Miss June Yap, the founder of Shine from Within and Miss Elyss Wong, the director of Streamvision.

With these strategic partnerships, the fashion ecosystem will collaborate with educators, international image consultants, digital and tech experts in expediting the reach of this venture.



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