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One of our three cover stars in this issue, Anggis Dinda, shared a particularly beautiful quote at the end of her interview with us. It’s a line from a poem by Persian poet Jalāl ad-Dīn Mohammad Rūmī: “Let the beauty we love be what we do.” I think this notion is especially important today, as the world seems to be on the verge of recovering. For this occasion, Prestige teamed up with ERHA to feature three beautiful ladies who – as it turns out – have stories to share about the many ways that the idea of “beauty” can manifest itself. Besides Anggis Dinda, who, by the way, is one of the creative minds behind Indonesian fashion label Pramesvari, we also talked to aesthetic doctor and beauty influencer dr. Merry Kusumawati, whose well-informed and educative online presence offers a breath of fresh air in today’s social media landscape. And rounding up the trio for this issue is a long-time friend of the magazine, the one and only Wanda Ponika, who once again teaches us the beauty of giving. Wanda’s social activism and charitable works have always been commendable, and her latest initiatives are definitely inspiring. Also in this issue, we explore the many ways that fashion makes the world more beautiful. For one, we reached out to Denica Riadini-Flesch whose social enterprise SukkhaCitta shows how fashion can make the world a fairer place. Then we also talked to Janice and Benita Setyawan, the co-founders of Maquinn Couture, for an in depth journey into the more artistic soul of fashion design. With Toton Januar we delve once again into the realm of sustainable fashion, and in a catch-up interview with Harry Halim we discuss about the move towards genderless fashion. Last but not least, we chatted with the three founders of Tulola – Sri Luce Rusna, Happy Salma and Franka Franklin-Makarim – to learn more about their approach to handcrafting and empowerment. Beauty, as the saying goes, is in the eye of the beholder.

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