Saturday, January 21, 2012

Rosmah Shopping RM325,000 disebuah butik di Sydney - Sydney Morning Herald


Oktober lalu akhbar Western Australian telah melaporkan anak perempuan Najib, yang tidak dinamakan telah berbelanja mewah di David Jones di Perth semasa Mesyuarat Ketua-ketua Negara Komanwel (CHOGM).



Tetapi Najib telah menafikan bahawa anaknya itu telah berada di Perth pada masa itu, oleh itu Akhbar itu kemudiannya membuat pembetulan kepada laporan tersebut.


Hari ini pula..

Tabiat berbelanja besar seorang lagi anggota keluarga Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak sekali lagi menarik perhatian media Australia hari ini - kali ini di Sydney.

Dalam seksyen 'Private Sydney' akhbar Australia Sydney Morning Herald, kolumnis Andrew Horney memanggil Rosmah sebagai "first lady of shopping', kerana dikatakan telah membelanjakan A$100,000 (RM325,000) di sebuah butik di Sydney.

Memetik pereka fesyen Sydney Carl Kapp, kolumnis itu melaporkan bahawa "pelanggan terbesar" Kapp telah membelanjakan jumlah yang mengejutkan sewaktu "percutian peribadi" di sana "sekitar dua minggu lalu".


Menurut kolum tersebut, Rosmah dan Najib, semasa cuti tersebut,
menginap di penthouse A$20,000 (RM65,100) semalam (kanan) di Hotel Darling.

Dengan tajuk 'Super Kerr Now a Model Citizen', kolum itu turut melaporkan bahawa Rosmah telah meminta "parkir valet untuk limousinnya" dan menerbangkan Kapp ke Malaysia untuk mengenakan pakaian yang ditempahnya.

Ini adalah artikel tersebut..


Dedicated follower of fashion

ROSMAH MANSOR likes to be introduced as the First Lady of Malaysia, but for Sydney fashion designer Carl Kapp, she is his first lady of shopping.

The wife of the Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak, is known across Malaysia simply as FLOM (First Lady of Malaysia), and is Kapp's biggest customer, having dropped an estimated $100,000 in his boutique ordering garments during a private holiday in Sydney a little more than a fortnight ago.

''She was absolutely gracious and very easy to deal with,'' Kapp told PS this week, agreeing she was nothing like the woman often portrayed in Malaysian media for her allegedly extravagant lifestyle.

In recent months, Mansor, who stayed with her husband in the $20,000-a-night penthouse at The Darling hotel, has been forced to deny reports she had bought a $US24 million diamond and a $US200,000-plus crocodile skin, bejewelled Hermes handbag. Kapp, who has a keen eye for such bags, having worked for Hermes, said he did not see any such handbag when he met her.

What her critics in Malaysia will make of her Sydney shopping spree, first reported on local fashion blog Frockwriter, is yet to be determined.

Kapp, who became suspicious of the identity of his mystery VIP customer when his Oxford Street store received a flurry of calls requesting valet parking for her limo, said he was being flown to Malaysia next month with a collection of ''toiles'' for Mansor to try on before completing her massive order of 61 dresses, pants and tops.

All made from the finest silk and in a variety of exotic colours and prints, Kapp said his new muse had ''a very good eye for colour and she likes a lot of prints''.

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