Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Prabowo Subianto’s only son, Ragowo Hediprasetyo Djojohadikusumo or Didit Hediprasetyo, is a well-known designer from Indonesia. Apart from fashion products, Didit has also designed BMW cars.
According to the release published by BMW, Didit collaborated with BMW to design a special edition of the BMW Individual Series 7 by Didit Hediprasetyo in 2012. BMW claims that this luxury concept car is the first time in Asia.
“This car reflects the broad luxury concept of this Indonesian based in Paris, France,” wrote BMW, quoted on Tuesday (29/8/2023).
“This collaboration with Didit Hediprasetyo is the first time in Asia and has been available on the market since May 2012,” the statement continued.
This car with bright colors on the exterior and interior is only available in five units worldwide. BMW stated that each of these special edition cars was designed and designed according to the wishes of consumers.
The colors used by Didi are said to be inspired by the image of a lavender sky at sunrise on a serene desert landscape. In addition, the designs shown also reflect the aesthetic concept of natural elegance.
“The exterior has a Metallic Diamond finish. Meanwhile, the leather interior is full of Merino Silk Gray colors and contrasting leather lines in Merino Platinum,” said BMW.
“Silk Gray is the dominant color, adding a special touch to the Alcantara or nappa leather on the roof, A, B and C pillars, sun visor and rear rack,” continued BMW.
Who is Didit Hediprasetyo?
Didit is Prabowo’s only child who was born in Jakarta, March 22, 1984. According to various sources, Didit had joined the Shakespeare theater at Harvard Extension School.
Thanks to his interest in and love for fashion, Didit studied at Parsons School of Design in Paris and New York. In 2006, Didit began to be known since he won the Silver Thimble Award /
In January 2010, Didit presented his first work, Spring/Summer 2010 Couture at the Crillon Hotel.
According to BMW, Didit’s design style is famous for being simple and elegant. She combines structured draperies and intricate embellishments with the traditional craftsmanship of Indonesian fabrics.