"Our clients like to be different from other people. They are sophisticated people."
Another designer, Ronald V. Gahgana, displayed his Mulla collection, a Ball Gowns on Sale clothing line, in Plaza Indonesia, Central Jakarta, in early October. His designs cost from Rp 850,000 (less than US$100) to Rp 3 million a piece and Ronald had no trouble selling his clothes.
"This year, I sold 1,000 pieces of clothing in my three boutiques in Jakarta," he said.
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For the rich people buying designer clothes, the prices are appropriate for many reasons.
Arzetti Bilbina, a well-known Indonesian model, is a big fan of Biyan.
"I think it's OK to buy one or two expensive evening gowns. Besides the fact that they are made from long-lasting fabric, they make me feel beautiful," she said.
"I love simple, beautiful and feminine gowns that suit me." Arzetti said she had something from almost all the big Indonesian designers in her collection, includingdresses she had received as gifts.
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Happy Salma, 27, an Indonesian celebrity, would not hesitate to spend millions of rupiah on a kebaya (traditional Indonesian blouse).
"Although the clothes are very pricey, I will still buy them because they have one-of-a-kind fabric and the cut is nice and the seams neat. And I also think that they are difficult to make because they all handmade," she said.
"Even if there is a bling element to the designs, it is not overwhelming, and I still look elegant," she added.
But Happy prefers young designers because of their readiness to Short Prom Dresses to her. "I like buying clothes from young designers because I feel like I can talk to them about the designs that I want," Happy said.
Maudy Koesnaedi, a former Miss Jakarta, says that she is not really a high fashion enthusiast. The 32-year-old TV presenter said that her taste is more casual, but she admits that having designer clothes is a must for her work, which often includes emcee gigs for classy events.
"If the occasion calls for it, I will Homecoming Dresses some designers items, because I don't want to be the only person not wearing them," she said.