Awei got his beautiful jacket from his hometown, Johore Bahru. To be precise, a shop on Jalan Wong Ah Fook. He likes to eat Mee Hoon Kuet and admires Andy Warhol's depiction of Marilyn Monroe. He is here in KL as a design student.
Azian wishes she's in Milan so that she can wear beautiful coats by Karl Lagerfeld and Marc Jacobs. She is studying fashion marketing, and works at Mooie boutique. Mention the word 'Iceland' and she will see it as something secluded. She is totally not digging the political party PAS, but is somewhat reluctant to support Barisan Nasional one hundred percent. On a lighter note, the TTDI night market is nice, too, according to her.
Zareth came from Panama. Over there, he ate rice, beans and Hojaldre. His favourite night market however, is in Sungai Petani, Kedah. He admits he's not good at using Macintosh-operating computers. The little patches on his denim jacket all came together from more than five years of collecting.
Hana's dressed in Nu*Man, a sewing collective from Japan that's very anti-G8. The next G8 meeting will be in Italy. She has produced several graphic novels and has some artwork up at the venue. Iced sugar cane quenches her thirst. "Anything Goes" is her life motto.