Three times a charm, that’s what we’d like to think. Once interviewed the following muse alone to talk about her rebranding image, second about her newest group music TIGA, and it’s about time we explore Tanayu Djanuismadi’s fashion side. Doing a recent collab with The F Thing’s NOHO The Label, Tanayu epitomizes the very edgy silhouette that NOHO is essentially about – NOHO For Tanayu.
Talking about fashion, do you agree about the saying that ‘fashion is an art’? Give us your honest thought about it please.
“I totally agree with that, I think every form in this universe is an art. A fine art comes from a vision and we as humans are here to make it happen, visually. Fashion is created from the artist’s idea and they turn it to be something beautiful. They basically pour their vision of art into such a good interpretation of fashion.”
As an artist, what excites you the most about fashion?
“Everything in it. Fashion is a way to show our unique and different personality, to express ourselves. It’s a media for us to exhibit our characters, inner selves, and passions. It also helps us to show people how we want them to see us.”
Fashion has no rules. Do you agree? Or do you there’s a fashion rule that you completely disagree with?
“It has no rule! I mean you can wear anything you want. Okay, this may be not a rule but I disagree with people who tell us to follow the trend. I mean, don’t follow the trend, because you are the trend.”
Talking about fashion trend, seems like the trend revolves back dating to even the 20s and 50s, not just the 60s-90s. But if you could name one thing, what is the one trend that you wish to never go back?
“I love everything but I think fishnet stocking and gloves are a big no in any way possible (laughs).”
Since you’re a singer and a fashion enthusiast too, who do you think one public figure who blends their music and fashion taste so well it becomes a legend?
“Lady Gaga. I thinks she’s brilliant in any way. She came up years ago and made a sensational entrance with her music and her extremely weird sense of fashion. She owns her concept so well and people love every bit of it. And as time goes by, she turns into a mature artist who is completely different from her previous look to being this new persona of Lady Gaga.”
Writer: Adhinda Latifa
Editor: Galuh Tathya
Photographer: Vicky Melly
Videographer: Rengga Aditya
Stylist: Salsabila Sari
MUA & Hairdo: Nadia Renata & Fadillah
Digital Imaging: Dela Naufalia
Wardrobe: NOHO for Tanayu, available at The F Thing