Kos Serani Fashion Show at IOI City Mall Putrajaya

Having an autistic child whose milestone is not exactly on par with normal children has always made me feel inferior and a failure, but I come to realize that despite of some people telling me that,( oh, you know who…friends, relatives and people who doesn’t bother to mind their own business) it is neither my fault or my child’s fault.

I made it no secret that I want to leave my old life and get out of my comfort zone. I made it no secret that I no longer wish to mingle around with people who constantly have more complaints daily than positive thoughts. I would have been forever stuck in a stagnant level if I were to continue to live in my old life but i’ve been blessed enough to meet with people who not only motivate and support me, but inspire me to be a better version of myself, and also people who told me that I’ve done a great job with my son and I should stop beating myself up just because my child is different. I have self confidence issues, and I still do, I guess. Autism tend to do that to parents, mothers especially, but I have some help from positive people who have faith in me.

One of the person whom I have been privileged enough to get to know on a personal level is Kos Serani; a deejay and designer. Above his designation, he is a wonderful elder brother, confidant and mentor whom I respect very much. He is a man who is multi-talented and humble, and every now and then, I’ll join his modeling and grooming class where he taught me a lot of things; body posture, body language, how to walk with your chin’s up and with confidence, how to speak in public and many more. I have benefited in many ways from his generosity and constant motivation. Although I don’t aspire to be a model or anything like that, what he taught me has helped me tremendously in terms of confidence and self-respect.

Anyway, he had this fashion show, featuring one of his exclusive collections last Sunday with some of his models. I did not manage to go as I have made a commitment to watch Ultraman Live in Genting with my husband and son.

Although I enjoyed myself immensely while I was in Genting with my family, was feeling rather wistful about not being able to watch his fashion show.

And so, a good friend of mine, Yard…a male model who happens to be one of the models who was involved in the show shared me some pictures from the show, and I thought it would be such a waste not to share the photos here with all of you.

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Pretty hot, no? No…I’m not talking about the sexy body…:P but I’m talking about the clothes that these guys are wearing. Flaming, sizzling red. This is a part of the Kos Serani’s Chinese New Year’s collections. πŸ˜‰

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Quite a blaze and I like the playful but bold details of the outfit. Fits the spring festival pretty well, don’t you think?

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I’m still waiting for individual photos to share with you but here’s a group photo featuring models wearing Kos Serani’s collection. Bright, smart and eye catchy.

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Here’s the fabric maestro himself. Dashing in black. πŸ™‚

I guess that’s all for now and I’ll be featuring more of Kos Serani’s design and collection soon. Keep a lookout for it and I promise you’ll drool over the clothing…and models too, I guess πŸ˜‰

8 comments

  1. Ciana says:

    Thanks for sharing with us (or rather providing with us) a brief summary of the struggles of raising an autistic child. My former neighbor has an autistic son who she suspects has ADHD as he’s always more hyper than everyone else… and she mentioned in passing that it is really tough.

    I think I’m drooling over the model’s hot body instead. πŸ˜›

    • Cleffairy says:

      Ohhh…it’s indeed very challenging. πŸ™‚ yes…ADHD children does have endless energy and requires a lot of patience to deal with them too. πŸ™‚

      Naturally us ladies would drool over the bodies. Hahaha

  2. suituapui says:

    Great looking friends, great bods. Lovely pants – I would love those outfits…if I were 40 years younger. Was quite a “leader” in my time. Hehehehehe!!!!

    • Cleffairy says:

      Ah? I bet you would look good in these collections. I saw your pic when you were younger. You looked like Taylor Luther’s double. Very handsome. πŸ™‚

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