Jakcloth Online supports local fashion to succeed during the pandemic. Jakcloth is no stranger to the public, especially the Capital City. The local fashion fashion festival event even often presents guest stars, singers who are loved by the public.
That’s why, Jakcloth is often considered as an event for young people, which is not only about shopping for local fashion products, but also performing musical arts that are used as entertainment.
However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Jakcloth cannot be hold directly. Now, the format has changed to online shopping which will certainly make it easier for people to buy a collection of local products they like at home.
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This concept is recognized by the Director of Jakcloth, Perdana Kusuma, which is still like by many people. This means that despite the pandemic, people’s purchasing power for local products is still quite high and that’s why Jakcloth online is back this year.
“We are again holding Jakcloth online with Tokopedia for 7 days, starting from October 5 to 11, 2021. We are holding Jakcloth online in line with the enthusiasm of the community in shopping for local products which is still high,” said Perdana to MNC Portal, Thursday (7/10/2021). ).
From the information held by Perdana, he is quite sure that the pandemic situation like this will not dampen the enthusiasm of the people to keep working and buying local products made by the nation’s children.
“That’s why we held this event, collaborating with e-commerce, as well as for local product entrepreneurs so that they have a medium to sell their products to the public during a pandemic like now,” he added.
On the other hand, Tokopedia’s Senior Lead Fashion, Aldhy Darmayo; revealed that his party will always support efforts to support local products; especially in the fashion sector to continue to adapt in the midst of a pandemic.
“We hope that this collaboration can help local fashion SMEs to continue to grow even during the pandemic. This is our effort to encourage local products to continue to exist in their own country,” he said.
Some local fashion brands that participate in Jakcloth online include Roughneck, Jansport, Owners, Matsuda Apparel, Papperdine Jeans, Bodypack, Erigo, Heyho!, Daily Outfit, Jakcloth Premium Brand, Live Haf, Cottonology, Someone, Mules, Hommes Apparel; and Shining Bright, Geoff Max, Aero Street, and many more. Very cool, yes!
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