At Lizza Creations, all our products are truly wearable art. When we set out to define and design our brand, one of the first decisions we made, without a single doubt, was that we were not going to mass manufacture. We didn’t want to be just another mainstream brand in the same old sea of ever-changing trends.
We are never constricted by the demands or trends of the marketplace and each item we create becomes a one-of-a-kind, precious piece that can be made only once.
We wanted our products to be as unique as the women who were going to wear them. We wanted to create each piece with the sensibilities of an artist. We wanted to paint and draw each item slowly and by hand. We wanted to revive and practice the artisanal Malaysian batik of a glorious past in the form of custom-made, one-of-a-kind artwear that combined timeless elegance and luxurious comfort. We wanted not just to create clothing, but wanted to add artistic beauty to women’s daily lives.
The line between fashion and art has always been blurry. Today, with the celebrated comeback of wearable art, people who are not okay with the throw-away culture, the revolving trends of fast fashion, and mindless levels of mass production have an alternative. Brands like ours are joyfully investing in creating handcrafted custom pieces of textiles, to create art-to-wear pieces that stand the passing of time and become heritage items passed from one generation to the next.