There is unlimited potential in Islamic fashion and lots of opportunities to be explored.
One event which Malaysian designers should not miss is World Fashion Week (WFW) 2018, which will be held in Paris.
WFW was first introduced in 2010 in Shanghai, China with five designers from five continents.
The annual event has come a long way since and is expected to attract more than 110 countries from five continents this time around.
"Fashion forward Malaysian designers should make their mark in the international market and seize this opportunity to take part in this event.
"I recommend that those who are keen to venture beyond the shores of Malaysia to explore this platform,” said WFW chairman and founder Paco De Jaimes at the launch.
He said the demand for Islamic clothing was on the rise.
"It’s amazing to see how Islamic fashion has evolved here, with all the colourful and stylish headgears going with the modest and stylish Islamic attire.
"This is enough to show how fashion-conscious Malaysians are,” said De Jaimes after the official appointment of Puan Sri Shariffa Sabrina Syed Akil as WFW ambassador for Environmental Responsibility at Saloma Bistro@Matic in Kuala Lumpur.