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Xandria Ooi

Xandria Ooi is a Malaysian writer, television host and producer.

Writing

Xandria's first book, Love, Work and Everything in Between was published in early 2009.[1]

Television

Xandria began her television hosting career with Astro's HITZ.TV Channel, after winning their UVJ Search contest in 2005. She then moved onto Ntv7's Life! Session, which she hosted live every week. After Life! Session was completed, she started her own production company, 'XO Productions'. Their first production was 'Xandria's Weekend Discovery', broadcast on NTV7.[2]

Fashion

In 2009, Xandria, together with fashion designer Sonny San for his label Eclipse, designed a capsule collection for their Fall-Winter 2009 campaign. The collection, called 'Xandria Ooi for Eclipse', consisted of outfits that were convertible so each item could be worn in various ways.[3]

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External links

  • [1] xandriaooi.com

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