On February 20, 2019, Indonesian designer Patrick Owen presented a charity event at the Patrick Owen’s Pop-Up store in L1 South Lobby of Plaza Indonesia. Supported by BNI Emerald, Plaza Indonesia, and Tencel, Patrick Owen invited his VIP customers and friends and introduced them to the SS19 collections. Patrick Owen’s Packaging Room Pop-Up Store is available from February to March 2019.
Exclusively on the day, part of the proceeds from every purchase of Patrick Owen’s SS19 collection will be donated to Yayasan Jantung Indonesia, Yayasan Mitra Museum Indonesia, Happy Hearts, Art for Refugee, and Lions Club Tulip. In its SS19 collection, which is called “Altera”, Patrick Owen has collaborated with artist Ronald Apriyan to create Botanical Horoscopes illustrations that are presented in the artists’ canvas paintings, scarves, and sculptures.
Aside from collaborating with Ronald Apriyan, Patrick Owen also collaborates with Tencel and Rajnik. Tencel is a textile speciality brand under The Lenzing Group that covers textile product offerings for apparel and home. It offers a range of features including botanic origin and sustainable production. Its fabrics are gentle on the skin, have a long-lasting softness, silky smoothness, enhanced breathability, colour retention, and biodegradable.
Some of the Patrick Owens’s SS19 collection uses Tencel as its fabric, such as in woman’s shirts and men’s pants. The designer also created unisex ribbed sweater slip-on sandals with local talent, Rajnik.
Along with the fashion collection, Patrick Owen created limited-edition notebooks with Papermark that exclusively made as a part of the donation for the Yayasan Jantung Indonesia, Yayasan Mitra Museum Indonesia, Happy Hearts, Art for Refugee, and Lions Club Tulip.
Altera, Patrick Owen’s SS19 Collection
Altera is Patrick Owen’s 2019SS process in interpreting a new form of beauty. It explores and deconstructs common perceptions on what is deemed as elegance by playing the lines between collectedness and evocative self expression. The collection takes a subtle route of experimentation through silhoutette and fabric plays; a skirt ensembled using a classic jacket’s pattern, singlet and trouser details on a velvet dress, sun ray pleats on a waistband, utility workwear vibe; clashing the energies between being sporty and being refined, composed of fine quality Tencel fabrics, from linen to velvet, handwoven ribbed sweater, and cotton.
The spirit of Altera takes muse in two Indonesian personas; esteemed art connoisseur Rudy Akili, and fashion model slash social activist Katrina Wardhana. The two represent Patrick Owen’s audiences that are without boundaries of age, gender, nor profession, all unique as independent bold souls with different purposes of life.
Patrick Owen’s Packaging Room
With Patrick Owen, the Pop-Up store always stands out. For the SS19 collection’s Pop-Up store, Patrick Owen commissioned Booth Designer Ryan Erianto and Contractor Mori Workshop to build up an industrial-inspired store.
At the event, the guests were enjoying a set of the playlist from DJ Roy Ananda and free-flow drinks from Jack Daniels.
Prestige Indonesia is proud to be the media partner of this event. Check out the Patrick Owen’s Packaging Room Pop-Up store and the SS19 collections in the gallery.