Published by MsGlitzy.com in: Fashion
Let’s just say I was very, very privileged to be able to attend the Oscar de la Renta show this year at Audi Fashion Festival. It was a visual feast that would make every girl squeal in delight. All the models wore neat, feminine braids, and were donned in taffeta gowns with the most exquisite details – complete with matching accessories and shoes.
First, let’s see what goes on backstage!Comment?
Maxi dress: Spotlight by Warehouse | Clutch: Accessorize | Heels: Zara | Watch: CartierComment?
There are a few reasons why this showcase at AFF deserves a lot of applauses.
First, this is Ong Shunmugam‘s first solo show at Audi Fashion Festival. In 2012, it was showcased at Future Fashion Now, and last year it was one-half of an local emerging designers showcase at AFF. It’s amazing how the designer and her collections has grown over the years.
Second, I was delighted to see Priscilla Shunmugam go back to Mandarin-inspired designs, with more imaginative interpretations of the cheongsam this year.
This design, in my opinion, is one of the highlights of the entire collection, named “From the Real to the Chimerical“. A clash of ethnic prints and retro chevron matched with a collision of feminine fit and architectural elements.1 Comment
Today is Day 1 of AFF and I thought it would be fun to do a little flashback of our outfits since the first AFF feature that appeared on MsGlitzy.com in 2009. My friends and I bought tickets to the closing show that year – Vivienne Westwood Anglomania.
Yes! That was me and two pals in 2009. You could read about the outfit post here.Comment?
I guess most of you are familiar with Blueprint by now. Blueprint Emporium is a shopping event where public can discover and shop from several emerging and established fashion brands – most of which have never been commercially available in Singapore before. This year, the shopping event will be held on 17-18 May at the Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre.
While counting down to the shopping date – which is just next weekend by the way – members of the public can preview the emerging designers and brands at Orchard Central Discovery Walk. This specially curated installation is known as BTW (Blueprint the Wardrobe).
Dress from Phuong My (Vietnam); Jacket from Dzojchen (Singapore).Comment?
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