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ISSUE 04 — December 2017


MASTHEAD The SAUVAGE MAGAZINE team is a collaborative effort by SAUVAGE MODEL & PRSMC CREATIVE. This magazine is a small publication with little small staff so very likely you’ll find our graphic designer conducting interviews, and our stylist negotiating contracts. We do what we can to help each other out and its the supportive vibes that drive our ambition to create this magazine in the first place.

SAUVAGE CREW

Sauvage Model

Sauvage Model

ARLAN PRATAMA

ENGGO PJ

Arlan Pratama is the owner and model agent of Sauvage Model, his artistic background in fineart painting, makeup and retail serves as both a driving force in directing our magazine editorials and our communications channel to the fashion/beauty world.

Engoo PJ, who’s background in fashion design and eye for style works as our resident stylist, for our editorials and shopping sections. His curious spirit leads him also to be our main writer for our interviews, culinary content and general lifestyle content.

PRSMC Creative

PRSMC Creative

IKSAN WAHYUDI

RACHEL MANTIRI

Iksan Wahyudi, our resident photographer used to be an assistant sales manager for magazine publishing in bali, thus making him both a creative force in the magazine and a channel of good vibes, bringing all the creative people together for collaborations.

Rachel Mantiri who’s constant experimentation with illustration, photography, graphic design and web design makes her the magazine’s “mechanic” in making sure everything runs smoothly, Please buy her coffee... lots of it.

@_arlanprata

@ikyunaski

@enggoo

@moodscape

Contact Details contact@sauvage-magazine.com www.sauvage-magazine.com


CONTRIBUTORS Photographers

Hair / Makeup Artists

AJUNG PARAWIRA

BIBA

DHIA SALAM

LEESUHH

@ajungparawira

@dhiasss

GALIH HASTOSA @hastona_

@habiba_aininoor / @amateur.debeaute

@cindyfriscilla.mua

MAYA FERNANDEZ @mayayuiii

NATA MIRKINA @mirkina1

PHILICIA OCTA @philiciaocta_ Models

Stylist

ANNA

DIAZ

@meridi_ann

CHRIS / Sauvage Models @chrissderekk / @sauvagemodel

GABY / Studio47

@gabyhartanto / @studio47id

KATYA / Fauve Models @aelirann / @fauvemodels

KEPSI / Fauve Models @kepsibel / @fauvemodels

@filthygorgeouz

RAY HAFIDZ

@rayhafidz / @rayhafidzstyle


COVER CREDITS PHOTOGRAPHER – GALIH HASTOSA @HASTOSA_ MODEL – KATYA / FAUVE MODELS @AELIRANN / @FAUVEMODELS MAKEUP – NATA MIRKINA @MIRKINA1 STYLIST – RAY HAFIDZ @RAYHAFIDZ


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Make-up Feature / MAYA FERNANDEZ Label Feature / DHIO – FEELS THE LABEL Creative Feature / DIAZ DIAZ Illustrator Feature / YUDA Designer Feature / ALI CHARISMA

Editorials 24 – A GENUINE STORY / Galih Hastosa 46 – ALTER EGO / Rachel Mantiri 88 – INNERMOST FEELINGS / Ajung Parawira 106 – THE GREAT GREAT GOODBYE / Dhia Salam 106 – FADED IN TIME / Iksan Wahyudi


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Lifestyle 10 – New Label Alert / ALYSSA BACHTIAR 36 – Feature Cafe & Lounge / TAMAN NAULI 118 – Horoscope / SAGITTARIUS


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ARCHAIC PEAFOWL BY ALBACHT Photos by Farah Shafiaa

Alyssa Namira Bachtiar, is a fresh graduate from the Faculty of Art and Design ITB in 2017. Her brand ALBACHT was founded in 2016 based in Bandung and Tasikmalaya, offering uniqueness to the textile work itself by projecting new ideas on ready to wear deluxe clothes. ALBACHT focuses heavily on textile diversity in terms of technique and visual. The textile work of the first collection titled ‘Archaic Peafowl’ is inspired by a blue peacock and explored with the use of manual embroidery techniques by generating the originality of handmade craftmenship.

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TAMAN NAULI By Rachel Mantiri

Bali has always been a reputation as a place of spirituality and lush nature. And I don’t doubt that for a bit. Nestled in the heart of Canguu, is a family owned Kitchen and Lounge called Taman Nauli.

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The restaurant is located in a rather unassuming plot of lush greenery close to the main road in Jalan Canguu Raya. Once you enter you will be greeted by stone statues of Buddha seated by the pond as you climb up a small set of stairs into the main yard. Their appearence will remind visitors of a mini village as the plot consists of several antique Joglos: one for the main eating area, a private dining area, a drink bar, yoga studio, small gazebo. Their ambience is rustic and natural, It’s common to see chickens roaming around the garden, and be accompanied by the sounds of a little stream that flows to a nearby river. The energy in Taman Nauli is quiet & calming and is comfortably full with seemingly satisfied patrons. The staff gave us a warm greeting, they were friendly and assisted us tremendously. The menu is contains a variety of

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Indonesian, Asian and Western dishes. Its flavour has a homecooked taste and an affordable price range. My personal favorite would be the Tuna tataki salad, the chewy ponzumarinated tuna mixed with crunchy textures of the garden salad was an absolute delight! My main course was one of their specialties, the Pad Thai. The portion was generous with the price of only IDR 45,000. I finished it off with the ‘Green Juice’ a healthy blend of Apple, X & kale.


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Every Sunday Taman Nauli hosts a ‘Sunday market’ from 8:00am-17:00pm. The booths sell a range of local & vegan produce, you’ll find freshly farmed fruits and vegetables, Vegan coconut green tea cookies, natural cheese, organic herbal taman oils to name a few. If you’re interested in Yoga, the lessons on Sunday are paid via donation. Taman Nauli also offers Bed & Breakfast rooms. You’ll be welcomed through traditional antique Balinese doors, into a rustic and shabby-chic interior. The bedroom, features a queen size bed, fully air-conditioned and en-suite bathroom with an outdoor shower, a washbasins and toilet and a view that overlooks into a vast pandan field.

Address: Banjar Anyar Kaja, Jl. Raya Canggu No.176, Kerobokan, Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361 Tel: +62 361 730444 Opening Hours: Mon - Sun 8AM - 10PM Instagram: @taman.nauli www.tamannauli.com Info@tamannauli.com

So If you want to get away from the overcrowded hustle and bustle of Canguu, and enjoy some quiet relaxation. drop by Taman Nauli

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The Genuine Story Photographer – Galih Hastosa @hastosa_ Model – Katya (Fauve Models) @aelirann @fauvemodels Makeup – Nata Mirkina @mirkina1 Stylist – Ray Hafidz @rayhafidz Wardrobe – Tan & Wave @tanandwave Manikan @wearemanikan Marlowe Avenue @marloweavenue Kuin.G @kuin.g


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MAYA FERNANDEZ By Iksan Wahyudi

Meet Maya! She is a half Filipino half Japanese surfer/skater who moved to Bali to build up her career as a makeup artist. She collaborated with us this issue and shared with us her MUA experiences.

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Hi Maya, can you tell us bit more about your self? Hey guys, Im a filipino half japanese girl who decided to move here in bali to surf/skate and do makeup, I sometimes do modeling too but mostly street wear and I want to focus on my makeup artist career How long have you been a makeup artist and how did you get your start in the industry? Well, so random.. I was in Indonesia for a downhill long boarding race and one of my friends owns a villa here in bali and invited me to stay for 10days.. After that I found out it wasn’t too hard for me to move here in bali since its mostly the same as living in the city in manila.. So I went home and decided to study makeup in a fashion school under mac cosmetics. And now I’ve been doing makeup for almost 2yrs Where do you get your inspiration from? Mostly from surfing cause it inspires me to do good in everything and some artist and creative friends i looked up to. I’m just lucky enough to meet amazing people everywhere to call as my family and they inspires me a lot to good. Who are some people that have supported & inspired you throughout your career? Probably my family and My good friend Yasmin Suteja. My friend yasmin when i was starting here in bali don’t know anyone in the industry she help me a lot building my portfolio and getting me to meet clients and work with her! its amazing how you can work with your friend/sister and learn in how things work in the fashion industry. what is your strongest/favourite makeup look you’ve created? I would say my favorite look for makeup is the natural glowy skin look! and thats my style which other makeup artist have their won signature and i guess this is mine. Tell me about a time you had a very stressful day at work and how did you handle it? Well client’s can be a hard people to deal with specially when they don’t know what they want for the shoot so sometimes they ten to put the blame on other peoples work… But it happens so me as a makeup artist being hired by a client who doesn’t know what they want.. I just gotta deal with it. And it probably happens to everyone and not only me. What do you love most about make up? I love the feeling of making someone feel like its a special day for them.. Making them feel good about themselves and

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of course making them look good! i just love how I can see the peoples faces as my canvas and makeup is my tool! Signature look? Its the glowy skin look Beauty icons? CHER, Kali uchis, Tahliah Debrett Barnett What are some common beauty mistakes that women make? Theres so much mistakes that women do like putting wrong shade of foundations, putting lipstick on a dry skin, not moisturizing. So much more but we can all learn from it! What are your favorite products that you use on yourself? My current fave is the Fenty beauty by Riri and colourpop cosmetics What are your thoughts on animal testing on cosmetic brands? Thats really making me sad that there are big cosmetics company that still do animal testing.. But now I’m totally into supporting those makeup company who is vegan formula and cruelty free products. If you weren’t a makeup artist, what else would you do? Probably full time downhill skateboarder, Travel is a big part of a makeup artists life, and carrying a LOT of stuff is also part of our lives, so what personal products make the cut when you travel? I don’t normally use a lot of makeup on my face. But I always need moisturizer from MUKA. which i got here in Bali, another one would be my skin care products from the Originals. Dream collaboration? Ugh!! my dream is to work with Kat VonD Cosmetics or be an apprentice of Precilla Ono Is there anything else you would like to achieve in your career? Would love to be a special effects makeup artist one day and join big film productions :) Check her out on Instagram @mayayuiii

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PHOTOGRAPHY: RACHEL MANTIRI / @MOODSCAPE MODEL: CHRIS / @SAUVAGEMODEL HAIR & MAKEUP: BIBA / @AMATEUR.DEABEUTE STYLING: ARLAN PRATA & ENGGO PJ / @SAUVAGEMODEL


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DHIO – FEELS THE LABEL By Arlan Pratama

Founder and creative director of FEELS, Dhio Adhinugra Marendra shares with us this interview, his background, his journey and his thoughts on the fashion industry.

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Tell me about yourself and what do you do? Lets just start with my name, my name is Dhio Adhinugra Marendra. I am studying dentistry at Padjadjaran University. Currently I act as founder and creative director of FEELS, a fashion brand that me and Dimas Bestari developed since November 2016. I have no fashion degree or what so ever, and I have never considered myself as a fashion designer. That tittle is way too grand for my qualification. One thing I know for sure since a very long time ago is that I enjoy fashion so much. I did designed all the products for our debut collection, I do have passion for fashion designing and I try to learn and improve it, but I never see that someday I would ever be called as a fashion designer. Its for somebody else. The matter of fact, I knew from the start that this tittle is for somebody else, I knew that very soon somebody with the right skills and experience should take that position at FEELS and now we are very fortunate to have my bestfriend Dea Yuliana Kombaitan as the designer for our second collection which we will soon unveil in February 2018. Ive let you know about what I do, and since you also asked me to tell you about my self, ill try to tell it in a very short way. I am boy (I never want to be a man. Hahahahaha. But realy, I like to keep the little me somewhere inside cause the little Dhio always reminds me about my goals and dreams) with so many dreams. And I love all things that is aesthetic, but my true love is for music. 2. According to you, favorite part of being a fashion designer is? As I state before I have never seen myself as a fashion designer, but I did designed the FEELS debut collection, and from that experience I have three things I couldn’t decide which one I love more: • To be able to actualy see the design as a product. • To work with my team, listen to them, and working together to bring the whole concept into life. Wether from the design point of view or from the business point of view. • To hear what people think about the brand, the products, and to actualy see them wearing it with each of their own personalities and styles. 3. What skills do you think are important for a successful fashion designer? I’ve just started. Me and Dimas have thrown ourself in this field for only a few months. Our brand cant merely called a baby

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in comparation to others. But in these short few months I’ve learned that fashion is not an art, fashion is an industry. And by discovering that my point of view has completely changed. For fashion designer to succeed needs so much more than their designing skills. They have to understand the brand it self, who they’re designing for, what value will they offer to them, what is the messege that they would like to say, would that be relevant with what the brand story tries to tell, and so many more. In a short sentence, in order to succeed, I think designer have to understand the whole industry point of view. The bussines point of view. Someone told me that building a fashion brand needs 10% designing skills and 90 percent management and business skills, and somehow its true. That doesn’t mean that design isn’t important, its extremely important, so important that having a good designs and good quality is the price of entry. But without the business skills you wont be able to survive. 4. What qualifications are required for a fashion designer’s career? 1. creativity 2. hardwork 3. open minded 4. flexibility 5. endurance 6. great problem solving skills 7. warchfull eye 8. attention to details 5. How do you keep up to date about fashion? One: internet baby (that includes social media) Two: magazines, I feel like books on any fields have and will always have its position. 6. What do you think about the ethics of work and the type of ethics you believe in working with fashion? Man, ive just started. But one thing I discovered here is that you couldnt take this industry lightly. Ive read some books, articles, and watch interviews, also read some biography, and its though out there. You couldn’t pull it off without professionalism certainly. One thing that I found tricky from my experience from these past short months is that you need to dance with creativitiy but march with professionalism. 7. Say something about your background? Boleh pake Bahasa Indonesia ya. Family background: saya ga bisa bilang saya datang dari keluarga yang secara ekonomi sulit sekarang. Bisa saya bilang kami berkecukupan sekarang, but were not like rich or whatever. Ayah dan Ibu saya berjuang dari merangkak sampai bisa berdiri, kalau Ayah dan Ibu saya


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dari merangkak bisa berdiri dan bisa membesarkan saya dalam keadaan tersebut, mimpi saya adalah to continue their legacy and my grand parents legacy untuk bisa beranjak dari berdiri menuju melompat, kalau bisa terbang. Hahahahahah. Amin. My parents have quite conventional mindset, and for them its education first. It’s not wrong at all, I know where it came from. They are a dentist and also lecturer and they have been fortunate enough to be able to pursue their education to the highest level possible here. That’s just how people do it back then: Play safe, they expect me to do the same. They just want me to be safe. So it’s a little hard for me at first to convince them about me also taking my chance in this very competitive industry. But they end up being very supportive. Education background: TK: Mutiara Bunda, SD: Priangan, SMP & SMA: Taruna Bakti, dan sekarang mahasiswa Fakultas Kedokteran Gigi UNPAD. Already got my degree and now undergoing my co-ass program at Rumah Sakit Gigi dan Mulut UNPAD. 8. What do you consider important in the fashion industry aspect? Quality, understanding the market, differential value, creativity, forecasting, and last but not least: timing . 9. Who is handling the project? Im incharge. But who is handilng the project? its definitely all of us, and theres 7 of us. Hahaha. 10. Motto and quotes your life? Never a failure always a lesson. I stole it from Rihanna. 11. How do you describe your personal style? I usualy don’t describe it because I feel like its constantly changing. But I think this sentence could sums it up “a little statement wont hurt”. 12. How do you handle stress? Eat. SING (my true passion). Go back to work immediately as soon as your mind cleared. 14. How comfortable do you work with other models and designers? Never had a chance to work with other designer except Dea, but so far Dea has been superb. She taught me a lot of things. I do believe in collaboration rather than competition, but I would like to say that FEELS needs to grow on its own for sometime before we open the door to a collaboration project. I love working with models. I love how each of them could bring in a unique vibe to the visuals we are trying to achieve. But working with the right one who will send the right visual messege is very important to me. 15. How do you connect past and present fashion trends? Fashion reflects culture, and values within a culture could shift.

I like how some elements of fashion that reflects a certain culture and value could be applicable to another culture in another time when that similar value discovered by others and resurface. Cause every time it resurface people have a twist on it. Theres a cycle. I always love to see how designers could bring back the old ones and turned it new. 16. What are the trends you currently see in the fashion industry? Normcore Gorpcore Menocore The world is much influenced by the gorpcore now, but much of Indonesian people still look after the menocore and normcore. Those two still fits well with the Indonesian for now. 17. Messages for fashion people? Continue inspiring others. And of course, check us out : @Feelsthelabel We are launching our website soon too. Wait for it. 18. Which country do you like? ITALY. 20. Who is your favorite designer? I cant name just one. Seriously. But lately I love Samuel Ross 21. Where do you see yourself in the next ten years? 1. Ill be a dentist. And also a specialist, and got my PhD. Amin 2. I hope FEELS would have gone to international level. But before that I hope feels would have been the top of mind of Indonesian streetwear brand. Amin. Not to be offensive but I believe in setting my goals up there in the heaven for all of my dreams. 3. The list will goes on and on the mags wouldn’t fit my answer. 22. The most proud achievement? Smilemotion Concert. Me and my friends at FKG UNPAD initiated the first Smilemotion Concert about 4 years ago, and it still going on annually until now. It is a charity concert, we donate the profit tolip and palate cleft foundation called YPPCBL (Yayasan Pembina Penderita Celah Bibir dan Langit – langit) to fund the surgery needed for kids with lip and palate cleft. We discussed about the concept and presented it to the faculty, and i was entrusted to be the first Project Officer of the event. Though we have very little experience about event organising at the time, weve managed to gain quite a significant amount of profit to be donated to YPPCBL from the first Smilemotion Concert when so many other first timers have failed even to reach BEP. I believe that’s the power of ‘”give and take law” takin its part there. God is good. Its a lot of work but it payed off. That’s my proudest achievement. And im still super proud now watching how the event grows each year. Seeing the actual

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impact it gives, wathing our succesors improved so much and had done two great events, its still a very satisfying and proud moments for me. By the way this year it was held on 9th December at Sabuga Bandung. The tickets are sold out! Youre investing for the SMILE EQUALITY. Some of us wasnt born with the same smile we have always had. And some people turn their head away from them. DON’T. We’ve provide a very fun way for you to contribute on our March, by buying ticket to watch your favorite musicians. It doesn’t get any better. Check them out @feelsthelabel

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Innermost feelings Photo : Ajung Parawira – @ajungparawira Model : Anna – @meridi_ann Makeup : Leesuhh – @leesuhh Wardrobe : Amava – @amavach Location : Kaze Studio – @studiokaze


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Creative Director

WHO IS DIAZ? By Rachel Mantiri

Cursed by style, but not enslaved! Diaz is a Creative Director, Stylist, Illustrator, Digital Artist, Fashion Lecturer, Yoga Master & more!

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Tell us a little bit about yourself? I’m Diaz, cursed by style, but I don’t let it enslave me. To spread this infection is part of my passion, and to share what I have experienced is part of my diversion. I’m a creative director with an eye to play for fashion, a lifestyle watcher with verbal skill through graphic and digital art, an illustrator with an edge, a versatile artist both in commercial and non-commercial areas, and media frenzy. My works include creative design & presentation for advertisements, magazine articles, graphic designs, photo shoots, digital imaging, fashion shows & fashion education. What sparked your interest in fashion? Mainly the art of it, not so much on the “prestige” side. I like how fashion (and the re-arrangement of it) can change people’s look and character from time to time. What made you take fashion more seriously and make a career out of it? I never planned it actually. I just like to draw since I was very young. Got a scholarship in a fashion school in Singapore and that’s how it started. Graduated, worked as a mess product fashion designer and I hated it. So I “cheated”, I used the office laptop to play around with Adobe Photoshop and Illlustrator, and voila, I started the illustration trend for the magazines in the early 2000. As time goes by, my workloads merged to different layers. I became a lecturer and program director for an international fashion school for 11 years, and along with that I also did various creative directing works for advertorial, editorial, campaign, and fashion events. And all of their diversity fit my interests very well. Are you self taught or did you get formal training? Both. The only formal training I got was fashion production, on how to develop pattern from a design, cut them and sew them into a complete garment. But hey, I ended up not using them. Instead, my curiosity on design softwares was the thing that leads me to where my work are now. Talk us about your fashion collages/illustration, where do gain inspiration? Movies, music, childhood memories.

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Whats your most memorable experience while working as a creative director / stylist? On 2007. That was the time I had my creative energy at the peak of its hyperexplosion. I composed what I called a “Fashion Play”, it was basically a graduation show for LaSalle International Jakarta students where I was working at the time. But I made it as a theatrical show, I wrote the storyline, came out with the script and combining actors, dancers, ballerinas, and models into one gig completed with multimedia show and special music and lighting arrangement to support the story that I created. It was crazy! I understand you’re a fashion lecturer too, whats a common piece of advice you would give to your students? I always remind them every time they finished designing, I asked, “Would you wear it?” If they shake their head, they know they better figure out something else haha… What are you fascinated by at the moment and how does it feed into your all your work? Spontaneity. I used to be a control freak before. Now I am more easy breezy, try to work outside the box and expect the unexpected (in a good way though) and to surprise myself for not really knowing what the final result would look like. How do you stay updated on the current trends? Honestly, I try not so much following on what’s trending. When most people are doing it, it becomes boring and predictable. Can you describe your personal style ? Anti-establishment since 1975. Not a mainstream, but neither extreme. I like my clothes to be sleek, light, and a bit sloppy with style. Tank tops, funky trousers and flip flop are usually my treasures. Do you have a muse that feeds into your work? No I don’t have. What is your dream job/collaboration/project? Directing high fashion motion editorial. Haven’t done that yet! What are your plans for the future? any exciting projects coming up? Every project coming my way, I make them all exciting ;-) Say hello to Diaz on Instagram @filthygorgeouz http://whoisdiaz.wixsite.com/findout

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Artist

WARSITO WAHYUDHA By Arlan Pratama

Take a peek inside the mind and work of young artist, Warsito Wahyudha. His portraiture are beautiful with a monochromatic feel.

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Where do you come from ? Tell us about yourself and starting with awesome art ? Halo, I’m Warsito Wahyudha from Subang and also I was born 20 years ago in Subang. I graduated from vocational school and majored in mechanical engineering. During those three years I was not interested in the majors I took but I prefer the world that I really love, the art of drawing. Since childhood I love to draw someone’s face, and until now I continue to develop my self-taught drawing skills. And get pocket money from hobby How did you make the decision to pursue art as career? Actualy, I prefer to make illustration as my side job, where I can still work while refreshing the mind that is stressed by the main job. Would you describe the artistic experience as spiritual one? I find inner satisfaction every time I draw. Do you have any advice for aspiring artist? The most important thing is to be yourself, develop your artistic skill whatever it is, appreciate everyone who thinks about your work and keeps thinking positive. Who are influences? Justin Maas, Arinze Stanley, and my parents. As an artist, do you have a favorite color? I love the yellow color because it gives the impression like cheerful and also I love the monochrome because the monochrome color looks mysterious and simple like me. LOL. But I also like other colors. How do you keep the mood when making work? and if you get stuck what will you do? To keep the mood while doing whatever it is, for my personal music and food. I love cassava chips by the way. And when I get stuck I try to lie back relax and listen to music, because I believe music can change one’s thinking and restore a bad mood. How did you feel, when Duckie reposted your art on Instagram? Of course for artists whose work is appreciated will certainly feel happy and the most important thing for me is to get more confident level. because confidence is very important and needed for me who want to become professional artist. Can you explain the techniques behind your art? For the technique I learned a bit about grid techniques and I always use that technique to draw portraits. For my tools just use a pencil degan HB, 2B, 5B and 8B thickness, ordinary rubber eraser, tissue, cotton bud, same A4 size sketchbook. why A4? Because the size is most fitting in my opinion. Because I live in the countryside and I do not like complicated so I choose the tools that are easily searchable images anywhere. Why choose drawing Duckie Thot? any special reason? what makes you eager to make it? I love her skin, i love her lip and she is very unique from other models. I had read that she was also a victim of bullying when she was 17 years old, but could rise above all that. That’s why I draw Duckie. Are there plans to make your gallery and art exhibition? what goals will you pursue in the near future? What artist does not want to have his own art gallery?! For now I prefer to develop the existing drawing skills. Because I have no basic art education, I am still learning on my own. Check him out @wahyudhart SAUVAGE

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THE GREAT GREAT GOODBYE. SHE ISNT GO FOREVER. SHE’S JUST TAKE A BREAK FROM THIS CRUEL WORLD AND WILL COMEBACK WITH NEW EXPERIENCES AND NEW HER. AN EDITORIAL AS A GOODBYE GREETING FOR GABY HARTANTO AND HER NEW AMERICAN LIFE.

Model : Gaby Hartanto // Studio47 @gabyhartanto // @studio47id Par : Dhia Salam - @dhiasss Stylist : Ray Hafidz - @rayhafidz MUA : Philicia Octa - @philiciaocta_ Wardrobe SAUL @saul.studio Simply G @simplyg.id Duma @dumaofficial


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ALI CHARISMA By Iksan Wahyudi

Ali embarked on his fashion design career when he opened his first Charisma shop in Seminyak, bali, more than eight years ago. Now household name in fashion, Ali Charisma took the time to share some of his thoughts on indonesian fashion.

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Share with us your journey, how did it all start? I am start my fashion career when I move to Bali late 1998 in that time I didn’t plan to have fashion business I just move to Bali because I like the idea of Bali life style.But when move to Bali I got inspire by a lot of fashion boutiques in Bali , I was guessing must be a good business. Without knowing this industry I follow my feeling to open small shop in ubud that year .With hard work, eager to learn and make a lot of mistakes in process the call me as fashion designer. I do a lot of show and exhibit my work in many different venues in Indonesia. I start my international career in 2004 at Hong Kong fashion week and I am still doing it now . In between I have shown my collectionin Paris Spain USA Australia Middle East and many others. Are you self taught or did you study fashion design? - I am self thought and I work hard on this. What do you think is a favorite part of being a fashion designer? - My favorite part of being designer is the process to develop collection. Whats your creative process like? and where do you get your inspiration? My creative process it come in many ways some time came from small idea then I make the story and mood board before sketching and make it in garment / cloth, other time I see fabric and inspire me to make the whole collection. - My inspiration come from many different places and My activities mostly come from where I live which is Bali .

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How would you describe your aesthetic? - My aesthetic is Resort wear feminine but not girly. How do you keep up to date about fashion? - I keep up my fashion as a designer I have to be up date with life style , need to know what is new not only in fashion industry but life style in general. What do you think are important for a successful fashion design career? - What is important in fashion industry career is to design something unique for the market demand. Mean you need to see what missing in the market. What are your thoughts on the Indonesian fashion industry? - Indonesian market is very promising at the moment indonesia have a lot of demand in fashionable products/ cloths and also a lot of brands and new designers . I think is very good sign . Especially if we can use our cultures as a base to make collection. what is the biggest lesson that you have learned since you started your career? - My biggest lesson is the fashion management that I careless before I relies is the very important part in my career . What advice would you give to young designers? - My advice to young designers is knowing who you are and stay true to your self . And if you only like when you in spot light and  don’t like the process then find different job. See more of Ali Charisma @officialalicharisma www.alicharisma.com

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fading in time Photo : Iksan wahyudi – @ikyunaski Model : Kepsi – @fauvemodels Style director : Diaz – @filthygorgeous Makeup: Maya – @mayayuii Location: Taman Nauli Bed & Breakfast – @tamannauli All Outfits : Ali Charisma – @alicharisma Rose Harness & Choker : Kink Creations – @kinkcreations


HOROSCOPE

Written by Arlan Pratama | Artwork by Moodscape

AQUARIUS

PISCES

ARIES

General – Spiritual aspiration will dominate everything you do. Career – Enterprises are not in vain, and are fruitful, all thanks to your strong tenacity and drive. Finance – Manage the finances carefully and re-think the rotation to smoothly without choking Love – Your aura will shine, the influence of Venus. Use self-enchantment to attend religious activities or banquets. There will be a chance to meet the person you are waiting for. Healing – regular protein intake and proper shampoo selection with your scalp and hair needs. Color – cobalt, arbork & celaton Fashion – beaded sandals & wide-leg pants

General – Believing strong ability and confidence, able to assist you in dealing with any turbulence. Career – an upheaval of power, not inhibitions. This change could be useful Finance – Trying business opportunities for additional income, not just relying on salary increases. Love – You have the right to choose anyone, even if it’s your boss. Healing – take time to go to the spa and try thai massage, and the option of soaking can be done at home. Color – mauve, plum & saffron Fashion – gingham dress & leather mules

General – Being intellectual and communicative will broaden interest in foreign cultures. And the trigger for traveling. Career – Promotion from superiors does not seem to be just a rumor. Keep all the plans you set up to materialize. Finance – Pay attention to all aspects, so that material flow can be reviewed in detail Love – Online dating, proffesional environments and colleagues, all become obstacles in determining the right partner for you. Healing – If the lifestyle is difficult for you to change, do not be sad if the irritation of the intestines and liver disorders attack. Immediately fix everything before the acute. Color – crimson, terracote & sakura Fashion – baggy pants & maxi skirt

TAURUS

GEMINI

CANCER

General – Traveling abroad will be your agenda. The philosophical trait you can channel for the sake of spiritual deepening. Career – expect a raise, may be considered before applying to the boss. Finance – Bonus, can be used to pay off all debts. And start managing the welfare correctly. Love – Not just harmonious and harmonious, your spouse is influential and rich, so prosperity will bloom. Healing – Jogging can maintain fitness and avoid immune decline. Impact of cold weather can be anticipated with thick outer and ginger drink. Color – amber, obsidian & fawn Fashion – long kimono & ruffled plimsolls

General – Density of activity due to task. Consensus and collaboration are important aspects to consider. Career – Achieving targets according to plan. Finance – Investing can be an option rather than a spree. Love – Socialization and get-togethers will create opportunities to discover the hearts of the heart. All your colleagues could be your own. Healing – Detox body with infused water or flower tea to stop addiction to alcohol or caffeine. Color – mahogany, ebony & calypso Fashion – bardot neckline & checkered trunks

General – Life will feel dynamic. Autonomy and determination do not help, compromise must be done and the interests of others must be taken into account. Career – Bonus seems to be liquid, properly managed. Finance – All is still safe, the remaining funds can be in the tube. Love – Loneliness is an opportunity to choose which one is best and able to captivate your heart. Healing – nuts such as green beans can reduce muscle soreness that struck. Color – sage, granola & celaton Fashion – lacing skirt & pointed kitten heels

LEO

VIRGO

LIBRA

General – Do not dominate and be aggressive. You need the support of others to prosper. Career –Adjustment to a variety of situations, though contrary to basic personality traits. Finance – Many opportunities are created, but all prospects must be analyzed critically, before accepting the offer. Love – Will invite many banquets, use the opportunity to spend time with him. Healing – Your priority is to improve health problems, maintain fitness and self-image. Color – olive, charcoal & nickel Fashion – oversize plaid blazer & bum bag

General – Teamwork and compromise are needed, you need to be flexible in accepting others’ views for progress. Career – Be careful in new business deals, try to study more. Finance – Reduce shopping, and keep existing money for full backup. Love – Commitment is still a distant dream, in a new relationship. Healing – Scent candle and instrumental music, all for your emotional peace. Color – merlot, juniper & bahama Fashion – oversize tees & bold knots

General – Maintain a balance between work and relationships. All aspects must be equal. Career – Calculate maximally, so that later not regret. Finance – Start thinking about new ways to make money. Love – the relationship will experience turbulence. Healing – rest enough and restore the body. Enough energy supply to support your busy life. Color – salmon, stone & garnet Fashion – waist belt & sporty watch

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SAGITTARIUS SCORPIO

SAGITTARIUS

CAPRICORN

General – It would be wise to seek cooperation with others. Though you have the power to do things your way. Career and family attention is needed. Career – Not only physically, mentally also in need as a synergistic balance in the face of the world of professionalism. Finance – Plans to buy luxury goods will be realized. Love – people with intellectual and communicative ability will steal your attention. Healing – Cold weather does not mean a reason not to bathe, and do not be lazy to gargle regularly. Color – khaki, nut & pistachio Fashion – fanny pack & silk shirt

General – Enjoying the days with independence and a sense of freedom. Career – make sure you stay primed because in addition to work, family affairs are also more attention. Finance – The calculation should be accurate, in order to reach the target. Love – Wandering like a ship in the ocean. Healing – regular exercise periodically for body fitness. Color – currant, lilac & burgundy Fashion – ankle boots & cord back pack

General – go through the plans that have been made to fit the procedures and realize. Career – keep the achievements you’ve earned. For the sake of success in the future. Finance – Charity to keep the financial resources smooth and blessing. Love – blind date is still your love option, which is not ready to commit. Healing – Knee pain and lumbago, reduce extra workouts. And try massage therapy. Color – citrus, parot & neroli Fashion – tie scarf & puffed sleeves coat

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