Top homegrown malaysian brands for fashion //

Here is the list of the top 10 brands that you might not even knew were Malaysian brand.

1. Bonia

It is an international luxury fashion retailer based in Malaysia, with over 700 sales outlets across Asia. It markets footwear, pees leatherwear and accessories. It is also involved in other manufacturing businesses. The company was founded in 1994 by the executive chairman of the group S.S. By Chiang, who started the business of designing, manufacturing and wholesaling leather goods in Singapore. It was listed in the KLCI Bursa Malaysia Secondary Discourse in 1994. It was later transferred to the main board of Burma Malaysia.


2. Giant Hypermarket

The giant hypermarket chain was founded in 1944 in Kuala Lumpur and now has 8 outlets in Singapore, including a Vivocity. If you have visited Giant recently, you may find your groceries and daily necessities more competitively priced than other supermarkets such as cold storage or reasonable prices. It is unfortunate that the prices here are not as cheap as in Malaysia.


3. Premier Tissue & Royal Gold Tissue

This is a commodity that everyone uses, but not much is thought about tissue paper anyway, right? But if you have a box of tissue at home or at work on your desk, there is a high probability that it has a brand premiere. NTPM is the parent company that owns and produces the Premier Tissue and Royal Gold Tissue brands, and has aspirations to become a world-class paper product manufacturer. Well, they have already conquered Singapore.


4. Frankitas

This brand was founded by Franki Turner, in 2014 reminding her of Indonesian heritage and childhood. Each piece of clothing and accessories is hand-woven by men and women mostly in the villages of various countries of Asia. Ultimately, Frankitas envisions building a sustainable community of weavers in Asia and preserving their traditions. The community is the essence of Frankitas, for refugee children in KL, and works closely with Fugeelah, a lifestyle brand created by the school.


5. Asly Beauty

For those who always experiment a little with their beauty, it's time to get your hands-on lipstick from Assist by Yaya Zahir. The beauty brand offers a wide range of colours with different textures and finishes, and most importantly, it cannot break the bank! And on top of beauty, this skateboarder-chic and street-inspired social star also has an Asly fashion line that showcases a range of fashion and lifestyle accessories - from tees to phone cases.


6. Nita

The creative entrepreneur, Aznita Zainul Azman, was inspired to establish the Nita brand of cosmetics based on her passion for art and classic films. As the professional development personnel of Dimensi Moda (M) Sdn Bhd, the parent group for Nita and the modest fashion label, UMMA, Aznita decided to sell hypoallergenic products that would help boost one's self-esteem. The Nita brand of products gives a fun, quirky and upbeat feel. In addition, the packaging names of the products are inspired by local customs, traditions and cuisines.


7. Chique

The Chique brand of cosmetics was founded in 2016 by Qistina Kamarulzaman and Firdaus Mohamad. The word "chique" means "stylish or smart" in French. Pop art and bright colours are the main theme of Chique, inspiring a youthful and fun look among its customers. Its products are of high quality and are also free from paraben and sulfates. Chique products are also available online through its website and other online portals such as Zalora, MySmink and Fashionvalet. In addition, its products are also available at Parkson, Play Up Advance, Fahrenheitt88 Mall, Kuala Lumpur and Paradigm Mall, Johor Bharu. Chique is also distributed in Singapore, Brunei and Indonesia.

Website: .https://www.instagramcom/chiquecosmetic/?hl=en

8. Sugarbelle

Founded by Sharifa Nabila Al Yahya Syed Sheh, a well-known online mogul for Muslim fashion, Bela Ammara in 2015, the Sugarbele brand is one of Malaysia's earliest cosmetic brands. Apart from fans and customers in Malaysia, Sugarbelle is also famous in other countries such as Singapore, Brunei and Indonesia. The company also produces cosmetics that are sanctuary or wudhu friendly, halal certified and their products are formulated in Korea, paraben-free and tailored to all skin tones.


9. Simplysiti

Founded in 2010 by Sri Siti Nurhaliza Tarudin of Dato, the queen of entertainment, SIMPLYSITI has been a nationwide sensation and is known as a premium brand in the local and international market with its head office situated in Kuala Lumpur. Its name is derived from the words "Simply" and the brand's tagline is "For Beauty in You". Offering high quality "halal" certified products with affordable prices, SIMPLYSITI products are available in over 300 stores including pharmacies and stores such as AEON Wellness, Giant, Watson and Cracion x SIMPLYSITI boutiques. Apart from this, its products are also available for sale on the official website of SIMPLYSITI.


10. Zhuco

The cosmetic brand was founded by Siti Syazurah Mohammad Anwar (also known as Zura Anwar), in 2016. Zhuco cosmetics has its origins in North Borneo, Sabah and the company are now operated by Zura and her sisters Zaza Anwar and Shera Anwar. The Zhuco brand of products that are affordable and of high quality soon became well-known among its satisfied customers. The products are formulated in the United States and the brand has also made a name for itself in the United States. In addition, Zhuco is also featured in one of the favourite local cosmetic brands such as Women's Health Malaysia, World of Buzz, Rozak Daily, Lobak Merah, Vulcan Post and Breeze magazine.