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Kuala Lumpur -- Malaysian influencer Wak Doyok is arguably one of the country's most fashionable and stylish personalities. He recently posted a teaser photo f

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Kuala Lumpur -- Malaysian influencer Wak Doyok is arguably one of the country's most fashionable and stylish personalities. He recently posted a teaser photo for his upcoming fragrance, known as Dosa (Malay word for sin) on his Instagram.

Kuala Lumpur -- Malaysian influencer Wak Doyok is arguably one of the country's most fashionable and stylish personalities. He recently posted a teaser photo f

.”He further clarified that his Dosa fragrance has a different scent from the original Sauvage perfume.- Advertisement -The perfume bottle that is similar to Dior’s Sauvage. Picture: InstagramBorn on Nov 22, 1979, Mohd Azwan Md Nor, better known as Wak Doyok

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isan entrepreneur, TV personality and Malaysian fashion icon who is famous for his moustache and unique goatee. He is the co-founder of the fashion label The Garment and cigar brand WD Cigar. In a 2016 interview, Wak Doyok was asked about his nickname. He answered that it was a nickname given by his friends and that Wak is a name for men in Malaysia and Doyok is because he is of Jawa ancestry. When he was young, Doyok and Kadir were popular in Malaysia, so he was called Wak Doyok.

Dior Sauvage perfume bottle. Picture: InstagramAs a Malaysian fashion icon, he is known for his outstanding style and also his love for Mods fashion. Wak Doyok is also one of the young men who are brave enough to keep a moustache and goatee similar to the 60s British era. /TISGFollow us on Social Media headtopics.com

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