Thursday, September 29, 2011



Wednesday, September 28, 2011


Ok back to obsessing! Haha!

Topshop sheepskin jacket with fur sleeves! Love! Love! Love! :)

Tuesday, September 27, 2011


Yes she is!!!
She's got....
1. Yves Saint Laurent
2. Lanvin
3. Alexander McQueen
4. Alexander Wang
5. Jimmy Choo
6. Juicy Couture

Ok fine! You're the queen! And she's been around for so long, looks like fashion's back to relying on the supes. Oh Freja! Audition for the other houses already! I want you back on Louis Vuitton, Max Mara, Valentino, Gianfranco Ferre, Gucci and WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOU IN DOLCE AND GABBANA!

Monday, September 26, 2011


Remember yesterday when I said watch out for the shoes?
Well the preppy is going for a different look, punkish preppy!
Inspired by Louis Vuitton Fall 2011.

Top - Mental
Pants - Folded and Hung
Fingerless gloves - Aldo
Socks- Aldo
Shoes- Topshop!

J'ADORE! :))

Sunday, September 25, 2011


It's like a series is going back! :))

Blazer - Penshoppe
Shirt - Penshoppe
Shorts- Dean and Trent
Socks - Aldo
Shoes - Topshop (watch out for these shoes tomorrow, this shoes will change one look!)

so much for the preppy look, it feels so Prada Men's Spring 2012. All I need is a golf bag! :))

Saturday, September 24, 2011


Wow! Just gotcha! haha!

 Shirt - Penshoppe, had sleeves that was worn as scarf that goes with it so I decided to tie it into a bow like Yves Saint Laurent and Celine! J'ADORE! :))

Friday, September 23, 2011


See for yourself!

If you cant see it, it's right, right, bottom center, right, left

Thursday, September 22, 2011


Prada Fall 2011 collection is a must have for your chic winter fashion!

Prada made this trippy version of their womenswear and menswear collection called "Real Fantasies"

Watch! Watch! Watch! :)

Wednesday, September 21, 2011


These are my dream sunglasses for fall (I'm going to Korea this December for the Winter) These shield sunglasses are great! Together with Alexander Wang fur sunglasses and Tom Ford Daphne sunglasses. Those are my essential sunglasses for the winter! Grabe yourself a pair bitches! :))

Watch! Watch! Watch!

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

You do not make Anna Wintour WAIT

As the title says, you do not make Anna Wintour wait, YOU MUST NOT MAKE ANNA WINTOUR WAIT FOR 30 MINUTES!

Matthew Williamson started his show 30 minutes late because his good friend, "toothy" Sienna Miller's cab was late. Anna Wintour got so impatient, that she almost left. When she was about to leave, Sienna Miller appeared and the show commenced.


Okay? Vous comprenez?


It's a sultry campaign and I love it! Features three new models and the always beautiful Frida Gustavson. Also, notice one of the models. SHE LOOKS LIKE FREJA BEHA ERICHSEN! WHATTA RIP OFF PRADA! HAHA. WELL FREJA MADE HER RUNWAY DEBUT IN PRADA! :)

watch! watch! watch!

Monday, September 19, 2011


For you, for me, and the entire human race
1. A luxe blazer
2. A fur jacket or jacket with fur lining (sleeves, collar)
3. A leather jacket
4. A cape
5. A sweater
6. A coat
7. A pair of boots
8. Ear muffs
9. An expensive (or expensive looking) bag!
10. The right accessories

 I suggest go with black or gold, but this season VOGUE COMMANDS THAT THIS SEASON YOU DO COLOR! :D It's up to you!

Sunday, September 18, 2011


With luxe comes a heavy price tag, thank God we have the high street (Topshop, Gap, Zara, H&M, Forever 21, Mango, Uniqlo, etc.) that offers luxe for less. Now, all we have to do is know how to shop at high street.

1. Don't get hung up on what the label says. Try other sizes to see which fits you. You may "Small" in Topshop but you'll be shocked to see that you're a "Medium" in Zara. Get what I mean?
2. Never buy catwalk copies. High-street shops are brilliant at doing their own take on trends - look for pieces that are influenced by designers rather than direct imitations.
3. Don't ignore stores just because you've never shopped there. Take a look and you might find something good.
4. Do you research. Before hitting the high street check out store websites to see what's new - often key pieces disappear fast from the shop floor but may still be online.
5. Buy quality basics you can mix and match. When I look at something I like, I think of at least 2 ways to wear them, if I do then I buy it.
6. Some secrets: ZARA - If something doesn't quite fit, you can have it pinned in store and sent away to be altered.
UNIQLO - Uniqlo staff are trained to do alterations on jeans with the hour for just 1.99 GBP for a pair, or if your ourchase is over 19.99 GBP you can have it done for free.
7. Be open-minded. If you love something but it's not perfect, think about creative tweaks - shorten a dress, take the hems down the trousers, remove or add shoulder pads. It's the small touches that can make an outfit transform into something new. (You can add chains to a leather jacket! ;) )
8. Seen something you like? Buy it now and decide later. The high street moves so fast that it may not be there next week. With most return policies you have 7 days to return the item.
9. The best time to shop is the first thing. It's clean and well-organized, and no lines on the changing room.
10. Know your sizes per store. They may have different size orientations and this can save time.
11. Watch out for sales. For items that you see that look good even if it's larger and for accessories, you can wait til the sale. (I'm waiting for the Topman December sale to buy my shearling leather jacket hoping it's 50% off ;) )

I guess that's it. Hope this helps! If you have some more tips, feel free to email me. :D

Saturday, September 17, 2011


It was a no-no (I've read) I never thought it would, it's such a daring color!

Here are some samples!

Try it! :D

Friday, September 16, 2011

Body Electric

In two short years, Prabal Gurung made a name for himself with a hip take on sophisticated classics. Now, with his tea-length color-block dresses, he’s taking his fashion game to the next level 

by Anne Slowey of Elle 

Social media may fill your life with faux friends, but as rising designer Prabal Gurung discovered, it can also fill your bank account with real money. “When I first launched two years ago, Demi Moore tweeted how much she wanted to see my collection,” says Gurung, whose modern-yet-elegant spring line was a 2011 standout. “So I signed up on Twitter to say thank you.” And the post went viral. Within two days, the Room, a Toronto boutique known for ferreting out new talent, had seen the tweet and immediately picked up the line. Today, Gurung has more than 12,000 Twitter followers, but more important, his clothes have gone from being carried in five stores to more than 30 today. “For spring we added Net-A-Porter and Dover Street Market,” he says of the influential London retailers. “We’re lucky to be getting just the right stores to help build the brand.”
Courage comes in a variety of guises, but for rookie designers it often takes the form of daring to be different. Still, ideas that come out of left field often stay there, but Gurung’s intuitions seem to jibe with what women want. When he launched his collection, many young designers were getting traction with biker jackets and second-skin dresses. Gurung debuted with exquisitely executed feminine blouses, polished eveningwear, and cashmere car coats. Retailers and editors alike were smitten. “I’m not interested in trends,” he says. “I don’t want to be the designer following Phoebe Philo with camel the season after she did it.”
For spring, Gurung pushed the idea of classic refinement further with double-face satin jackets and strapless cocktail dresses. Finishing details follow the tradition of quality European craftsmanship: hand-sewn linings, hand-cut chiffon tiers, and individually beaded crystal embellishments. Gurung also played with color-blocking and tea-length hemlines, elements that can be a challenge to wear, to put it mildly. But what could have gone terribly wrong for a designer in his sophomore year proved a highlight of the season. Prabal’s featherweight knit cashmere dresses in turquoise with orange and poppy geometric shapes showed he was a designer with trenchant vision, not just a guy competing for the next cash award. “I wanted to do a collection that said something about length, but I didn’t want it to be too serious,” he says. “So I took ethnic color-blocking and did it with a body-consciousness that was fun.” As for the length? “I just got sick of all these starlets in short, tight dresses that seem so vulgar and old, like Miley Cyrus in dresses so short you could almost see stuff,” he says. “So I dropped the hemline to five inches below the knee. I wanted to slow things down. Fashion now is so much about ‘the look’ that you forget about detail and construction. It took me a month to get some of my patterns correct.”
Getting it right seems to come naturally to the Singapore-born, Nepal-raised designer. Like many youngbloods helping to revitalize the fashion industry with a hip take on sophistication, Garung decided to enter the high-end designer market (dresses range from $1,000 to $5,000) instead of playing it safe in the more moderately priced contemporary arena. The strategy worked. In four seasons, his business has tripled, in part because of trunk shows and collaborations, such as a line of shoes he designed with Nicholas Kirkwood for spring. “It isn’t okay to just be a designer anymore,” he adds. “What’s cool is a designer who can talk about the business.”
Gurung credits his financial sense to his mother, who has ties to Nepal’s royal family and raised him and his brother and sister in Kathmandu. “My mother is a divorced politician,” he says. “That, as you can imagine, is a big deal in a place like Nepal, which is about 50 years behind the rest of the world. It’s one reason I think it’s okay to make mistakes. How else are you going to learn?”
By age 11, Gurung was drawing gowns on stick figures and offering free fashion advice. “Mine is the typical gay-designer story,” he says. “I was taunted and teased, but I had a pile of sketchbooks and a teacher and family who encouraged me.” After graduating from an all-boys Catholic high school, he traveled to India to study fashion. Eventually he attended Parsons in New York, where in short order he won the Best Designer award at the annual Parsons/FIT design competition and landed a job at Cynthia Rowley. Two years later, Gurung got a call from the higher-ups at Bill Blass. “I thought, Bill Blass?” he says. “But then I went to visit the atelier and realized it was on the level of the best European houses; it was a place where I could experience the best the world had to offer.”
In the five years Gurung worked at Blass—ultimately becoming design director—he developed key relationships. “Two of my Blass colleagues left to come with me,” Gurung says. The team worked out of the designer’s East Village studio. When he couldn’t pay them—for a year—they sold their belongings to pay rent. Today, the company remains entirely self-financed. And recently, Gurung, whose cashmere is manufactured in Nepal, was able to open the Nepal Himalayan Foundation for Education and Leadership to provide education to underprivileged children.
In a perfect world, having the clout and cash to start a charity would be the best measure of success. But since we’re not there yet, Prabal can also crow about the fact that celebrities, such as Rachel Weisz, Kate Hudson, and Zoe Saldana, are lining up to wear his clothes. “I told my mother about Demi Moore wearing my dress, and she said, ‘Let’s wait until you’re dressing the first lady.’ ” Gurung got the call he was waiting for when Michelle Obama wore his red, off-the-shoulder gown to the White House Correspondents’ dinner last spring. “My mother cried and said, ‘You realize this success is no longer yours. It’s part of something bigger now.’ Needless to say, my mother never cries.”


Thursday, September 15, 2011

As if it weren't enough...

Jeremy Scott is set to launch another collection with Swatch! This time with 5 new designs!