Category: Features

Chinese New Year Gift Guide For Women by JD Sports

Written by Angel It’s Chinese New Year again! Aside from looking forward to collecting ang paos, visiting distant relatives and having those ‘exciting’ family reunions where cousins take turn to sacrifice each other to the dreaded aunties’ bombarding questions about your relationship status and lecturing you on why you (might be/are) single. But, fear not! With all the dreads you have to suffer, you can also reward yourself with CHINESE NEW YEAR PROMOTIONS (that won’t make you broke). This season, JD has a 20% discount in store for those who spend more than RM750 in a single receipt &...

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The Valentines Gift Guide For Men By JD Sports

Looks like we’ve got a double whammy here boys and girls, because Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year are both coming in hot. Luckily, JD is coming through in the clutch, so we’ve come out with a list to bolster your wardrobe with an array of sports related goodness, all with a 20% discount if you spend over RM750 on a single receipt. Prepare your wallets, family. Adidas Ultra Boost ‘Triple Black’ A good starter to your budding hypebeast’s wardrobe. The Version 4, or 4.0 edition of the Ultra Boost features the same tech as the 3 variations before...

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A Catch Up: The Level Interviews Tarik Jeans

Tarik has come a long way since their beginning, and has made waves across the local fashion industry as the go to brand for jeans with a taste for the streets. We managed to catch up with Jiman, one of the heads of Tarik to talk about how much the brand has grown, its landmark achievements, and how Tarik got its name. Tell us a little about your company’s brand story. How did the initial idea come up, what makes it uniquely Malaysian, and what powers your team? Tarik Jeans is a homegrown streetwear premium denim brand that embraces...

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H&M Gets Hit By Racism Controversy, But Is It Really?

H&M has stirred the pot with a few controversies before this, but none could hold a candle to the magnitude of this current one. Twitter users fumed in anger as they found out that H&M published a photo of an African American kid wearing a hoodie that spells out “Coolest Monkey In The Jungle.” Some have dug even deeper and claimed that the brand has used a white child for a sweater that says, “Survival Expert.” The controversy can all be traced back to the implied meaning of the word ‘monkey,’ used often in a racially prejudiced manner to...

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