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Byline: Intan Maizura Ahmad Kamal
JUST like her jewellery, young designer Zena Khan is bold, bright and definitely not boring, writes INTAN MAIZURA AHMAD KAMAL.
HER eye and taste for the finer things in life were honed from a young age. When most young girls were getting excited over the happenings at Enid Blyton's Malory Towers or engrossed in the adventures of the Famous Five, young Zena Khan's favoured reading staple was her mother's fashion bible, Vogue.
Like other girls her age, she too had Barbie dolls but, instead of being contented with dressing them with clothes that came in the pack, Zena would pore over fashion trends in the magazines and snip out her own creations.
Her parents, collectors of contemporary Malaysian art and old Iranian carpets, also played a part in Zena's appreciation of beauty and luxury.
"My mum's …