Dark Vamped Kimono


So this stop, we go to Haider Ackermann. To tell you the truth, I am not going to be a wannabe know-it-all and tell you I always loved his designs. This is my first time seeing his collection, although he had been around for quite a few years. I have had seen his name surfaced … Continue reading

Britsh Royalty: Burberry


Hear Ye! Hear Ye! All Burberry aficionado, I am sure you have heard of the latest Burberry Collection and read the feature on Vogue March, Tech Mate on Christopher Bailey. What better time to showcase Burberry’s Fall/Winter collection in my blog than now, right after I read the Tech mate article about Christopher Bailey. A … Continue reading

Fur-licious Gucci


Back to chronological order, today it is about Gucci. I know. That was a week ago, but since I have yet to see the shows I am waiting for in Paris Fashion Week, I can now catch up with all my Milan reviews. So Gucci, there is four things to note on inspiration and the … Continue reading

Witches of the Prairie


Rodarte. The fashion house that consistently references the folklore and paganism. Season after season, they made pagan, witchery, and nature seem cool and wearable. One might think it is similar to Alexander McQueen, whom had always done a sort of witchery look but McQueen was more of the dark side of witches until inherited by … Continue reading

Of Aztec and Native America


First of all, I missed watching Proenza Schouler’s live stream because of work. I was quite sadden  by it but the moment I went home, I jumped straight to the replays and it was amazing but that made me feel worse for missing it. So first thing I felt about Proenza’s new collection was Aztec … Continue reading

The Upcoming Rising Star – Prabal!


Prabal Gurung, the designer who started his first official collection in 2009 and only earned his way to the tents of  Bryant Park in 2010. That being said, it was a rather quick success for him as he dressed Michelle Obama, Demi Moore and the likes. He was then awarded as the runner up of … Continue reading