Official Malaysian Paralympic Attire Proves We CAN Make Stunning Designs

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(source: Paralympic Council of Malaysia / X)

The official launch of the Malaysian contingent’s Olympic attire was an absolute disaster, highlighting an ineptitude for good design and absolute disregard for the appearance of our national athletes.

However, we can all breathe a sigh of relief thanks to the Paralympic Council of Malaysia, having just unveiled their official leisure attire for Paris 2024.

We can still be ‘Harimau Malaya’ and distinctly Malaysian

Muhammad Imaan Aiman, Para Swimmer. (source: Paralympic Council of Malaysia / X)

Straying from the typical (and quite frankly, boring) orange and black tiger stripe motif, the Malaysian Paralympic Council has instead opted for the colours of our beautiful Jalur Gemilang for their official leisure attire. The design retains the tiger stripes while also going with a more eye-catching and distinctly Malaysian colour-scheme.

Upstaging the unveiling of the official Malaysian Olympic attire, Malaysia’s Paralympic Council launched their official attire using actual para athletes as models instead of malnourished-looking mannequins.

To add to that, social media has been buzzing with official ‘lookbook-style’ photos of the kit, featuring para swimmer Muhammad Imaan Aiman, as well as boccia sport player Abdul Razzaq Abdul Rahman:

(source: Paralympic Council of Malaysia / X)
(source: Paralympic Council of Malaysia / X)
(source: Paralympic Council of Malaysia / X)
(source: Paralympic Council of Malaysia / X)

THAT is how we’re supposed to do official attire launches. Take note, OCM.

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