The capsule shows all that is truly Malaysian.
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The past two years have brought out the true Malaysian spirit, rising above the turmoil and despair. From helping one another to volunteering on the frontlines, this is something we can all be proud of this patriotic season.
Pestle & Mortar Clothing Co. (PMC) stands tall and proud with Malaysia and her people. This patriotic season, PMC lets loose a collection that brings back memories of earlier days, noting people, stories and experiences that are truly Malaysian.
Some of the highlights of the Malaysia Month Collection include the Kem Semangat Tee, reimagined as merch of a legendary event, also known as ‘Malaysian Woodstock’. Perhaps garnering more national pride, is the Arena Tee, sporting some of Malaysia’s top athletes such as Pandelela Rinong, Datuk Nicol Ann David and Datuk Azizulhasni Awang, as video game characters!
PMC also took this opportunity to show off their humour, through the Service Unavailable Tee, a design highlighting that every time it rains, we might as well switch off the TV.
As a brand with a vision to narrate the stories of Malaysians we take pride in, it made total sense for this capsule to be our biggest one to date. The collection is not only dedicated towards Merdeka Day that marks our independence, but also pays homage to Malaysia Day that signifies the formation of our country with both East and West Malaysia.Founder of PMC Hugh Koh
PMC also collaborated with award-winning visual artist, Lim Anuar, to include three special pieces – a bowling shirt, a tee and a pair of shorts. Lim’s style sheds light on a different side of Southeast Asian creativity, and PMC hopes to bring more opportunities to the artist, as the fine arts industry was also affected by the pandemic.
The Malaysia Day capsule went live on 31 August and can be found at PMC’s official site.