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Cherrybomb is an independent sustainable lifestyle and fashion label born out of Malaysia. The enterprise designs women’s clothing using dead stock fabrics that are left over from garment mills that would have otherwise gone into landfills.

With myHarapan’s grant and guidance, they are able to work with housewives from poor households in the Banting community to sew our clothes. This helps raise their income and provide better for their families.


Founded by high school best friends who bonded over travels, pop culture, and fashion. Ling and Yvonne share a vision to revolutionise the fashion industry by creating quality and affordable clothing that does not hurt the environment. Ling is a fashion designer; she graduated from Raffles Institute. Yvonne is a graphic designer previous experience at a branding agency.




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