Yellow batis have become a big hit in the fashion and beauty industry and have become increasingly popular in countries like Indonesia and Indonesia’s new capital Jakarta, where the traditional garb has been adopted for more than a decade.

It is a highly-specialized and traditional fashion and that makes it particularly popular among men, who prefer to be seen wearing a batik over a more traditional headdress.

Yellow batiks are traditionally worn by the religious community, but also by young men, including students. 

Yellow batik is an expensive luxury that requires a very specific set of skills to make, said Jad Mubisal, a fashion designer based in Jakarta.

Batik cloths are handmade by hand and have been around for centuries.

Each piece is carefully selected for its quality, color, texture and the length of the sleeves and the way they are stretched out.

The colors of the cloth are chosen to be bright, saturated and beautiful and also have a slight yellow undertone.

The length of sleeves and how they are spread out can be influenced by the style of the wearer, so there is a lot of variation.

“It’s a very expensive fashion item,” Mubisl said.

Yellow bati kang, or batik yodhistira, was first worn in 1960s and 70s in Indonesia, and is considered to be the most beautiful of all the styles.

People often wear them as a statement piece or for weddings, funerals and other special occasions.

People in Indonesia have long used yellow batik to express their religious and cultural beliefs, but the garment is now gaining popularity across the country and in the capital.

In 2016, Indonesia was ranked first in the world in the number of weddings attended, and many people wear the garment in their home.

In 2014, Batik Yodhistirya, a nonprofit organization that focuses on religious and ethnic diversity, launched the Yellow Batik Initiative, an initiative to raise awareness of the benefits of the garment and to provide more opportunities for women and men to wear it.

Batik cloth was one of the first fashion items that were introduced in the country in the 1990s and 2000s, according to Mubisil.

“People are getting used to wearing the batik because of the tradition and culture,” he said.

“There is a bit of fear around wearing the yellow, but it is becoming very popular.”

In a new documentary called Yodh-Bod-Yodhistire, director Bekka Lillis said it was important for people to learn more about the traditional garment.

“It’s about respecting their tradition, understanding what it means to be a man or a woman and wearing it as part of your everyday life,” Lillisesaid.