kleting titis wigati

Indonesian fashion designer Kleting Titis Wigati is CEO & Creative director at KLÉ, ready-to-wear fashion label she started in Jakarta, Indonesia, in 2009. Her designs are brave and sharp, intended for non-conformist individuals who crave self-expression through their personal style.

Kleting graduated in Fashion Design from Istituto Marangoni Milano School of Fashion in 2005. The years spent in Italy’s fashion capital have allowed her to acknowledge and appreciate European sartorial tastes and fashion flair, without neglecting the Asian eccentric sense we always find in her creations.

Kleting’s career in the fashion industry is dotted with significant experiences in different areas: she has worked as fashion editor and stylist for numerous magazines & Television commercials, as Product Development assistant for brands like Miss Sixty, Killah & Sixty Men and Sixty Far East in Hong Kong, as well as she has been Product designer at Italian sportswear brand Berik. As a fashion designer, she has been showcasing her collections in Indonesia since 2009, also taking part in several Fashion Weeks.

Her talent is repeatedly recognized and rewarded with numerous achievements and awards, including Cleo “Young and Talented Designer” Fashion Award in 2008 and ESMOD’s 2001 award for pattern making and design interpretation. In 2008, she was chosen as one of 30 most inspiring people under 30 years old by Hard Rock FM radio Jakarta.

COUNTRY
Indonesia

BRAND OR PROFESSION
Fashion Designer, KLÉ CEO & Creative director

COURSE
Fashion Courses · Postgraduate · Master’s Degrees* • Master's Courses** ·

SCHOOL
Milano School of fashion

YEAR OF DEGREE
2005

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