L’hôtel De Vuitton


Wow, after a number of weeks from Paris Fashion Week, I am finally wrapping it up with the most epic show of the season. Louis Vuitton. I apologize with the lack of post, as some might know I have been working for the L’oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, which is the week right after Paris, so … Continue reading

Stalking Loreal Melbourne Fashion Festival


So here’s another post on L’oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival (LMFF) and for those who do not know about this (if you are not in Australia), it is Melbourne’s equivalent of the Fashion Weeks in New York, London, Milan and Paris. Previously I wrote two posts on the matter, so that might help clear it up. … Continue reading

Snow Asylum of McQueen


So, my long delayed post of Paris Fashion Week and this time I am sharing some McQueen to you all. This is the second season of women Pret-a-Porter collection of Sarah Burton as the creative director of Alexander McQueen. While last season was ever so ethereal and soft but within the McQueen feel, this season … Continue reading

Liberation of Stefano Pilati, YSL


Remember what Stefano Pilati said during the Vogue docu-film, “The September Issue”? He said, “Fall is never a season of color for me”. It was more of a gloomy mood, hence the pure black and white in the entire collection – well, mostly. There are a few touches of color, like the gold chain belts, … Continue reading

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

The Automobile and The Sheer Python


Well, It’s been a while since I put two designer shows into one post but this time around I did it for Celine and Chloe because they were somewhat related or so I thought. CELINE So, first let’s hitch a ride to Celine. This season for Phoebe Philo, it was all about cars (the four … Continue reading

The Final Stage of Galliano For Dior


As you might all have known by now, John Galliano was officially dismissed  as the head designer of Dior due to an incident involving anti-semitics comments. When the news first came, like everyone else, I thought, “What will happen to the Dior Fall Collection show that is happening in just a few days?” Well, the … 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

Starlets and Musicians of Dolce And Gabbana


Editor’s Note: There are a total of 85 shots of the runway in my slideshow. Take you time and enjoy it! xoxo. Dolce and Gabbana. A true show that blew me away as I watched the live show just a few days ago. I nearly missed it but made it in time. I am so … Continue reading

Spoken like Zac


A lame title for one of the best collections of the recent New York Fashion Week, the Z Spoke by Zac Posen. Apologie for that, just feel like making a terrible pun. So Zac Posen launched his Z Spoke line, a sub to his Zac Posen Collection like all great and major designers do from … Continue reading