Published by MsGlitzy.com in: Events, Fashion
Do you recall the previous “Tiers of Joy” collection designed by hansel that was inspired by the Nonya kueh? It was truly amazing how our local everyday food could be transformed into wearable prints.
Well, Jo Soh from hansel did it again this time round by integrating another local everyday sight into her latest fashion collection. And that source inspiration is none other than our HDB flats (i.e. Singapore’s public housing).Comment?
Last weekend, I attended Topshop show at Digital Fashion Week, where the British high street label debuted their first ever Christmas collection on the runway. While the rest of the world were watching it on livestream, I got to experience the show live at Singapore’s National Design Centre!
I wore a cheongsam dress from Lark & Peony to this event. I felt that the eclectic prints is aligned with Topshop’s young and vibrant brand personality. I paired the dress with a pair of purple pumps and the gumball cosmetic case from LeSportSac x Dylan’s Candy Bar collection.Comment?
With 14th November looming near, fashionistas all over the world are probably waiting in anticipation to viewing the pieces from Isabel Marant pour H&M collection – to get a sense of the texture, the fabric, the overall feel.
I was invited to H&M showroom for the preview and I love the hippy and free-spirited collection reminiscent of the French bohemia. There is something covetable for the women, the men and the girls and boys. And you might even want to consider buying items from the kids collection in larger sizes.
For the photos of the preview, please refer to my Facebook album here. There was a massive party organised by H&M in Paris a while ago and several celebs turned up dressed in Isabel Marant pour H&M.
January Jones and Freida Pinto. Freida Pinto wears an embellished jacket (S$549) – the priciest piece in this collection, i.e. everything is below S$549 – and a printed silk skirt that will be priced at S$119.Comment?
It has been a while since I posted an outfit. Where has all the time gone?
I recently learnt of a new online store -Our Bitsy Prints – that sells contemporary cheongsam dresses. I wore this dress for a wedding last weekend and received a few compliments! It’s worth checking the store out I tell ya. I have been on the lookout for new designs ever since my first tailor-made one from Shanghai.
Dress: Our Bitsy Prints | Shoes: Marks & Spencer | Leather pouch: LongchampComment?
There’s no denying that Diane von Furstenberg is one of my favourite designers. I have blogged about her and her dresses since the inception of this blog.
I like that many of her dresses work for women of different shapes and sizes. The wrap dresses are simple and classic in terms of design, but work well for both slim and curvy girls. In fact, I am still wearing my first DVF dress bought some 6 or 7 years ago and I do receive compliments from time to time.
I was invited to the Autumn/Winter 2013 showcase at their Ion Orchard store and I am immensely glad that several pieces in the collection continue to have those classy and wearable elements.Comment?
As much as I would like to whine about designer collaboration fatigue, I have to admit that the lookbook from Isabel Marant for H&M collection did made my heart skip a beat.
The design stays close to Isabel Marant’s regular line – the signature French effortless chic with an airy and lazy casual vibe. Apparently, Marant paid a lot of attention to the fabric used for this collaboration to make sure that the lower-priced range with H&M does not compromise on quality.Comment?
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