Looking Back & Forth (Part 2 of 2)

Continuing on from my favorite digital media projects of last year as seen in , here is compilation of my favorite fashion editorials… There were recurring retro themes, all with a mash-up of different eras in an outfit. I thrive on the playful, so expect to find unexpected mixes like a Sixties Space-Age Marie Antoinette, the Roaring Twenties with a rocking … Keep reading

A Feast for the Eyes: Part 1 of 3

I have been looking forward to, dearest friend, Jenny Pascual’s event for the longest time! This Sunday, January 27th at the Malipayon Farms in Tagaytay City, I intend to eat, drink and learn…. (EAT table linens by EmersonMade).  A collaboration of farms, chefs and the diners is what makes this a moveable feast, a dream … Keep reading

How to Look Stylish Despite a Holiday Hangover

Sheeeeesh! It’s been awhile since I last published an entry. But if you are like me at the moment, then you must be suffering from a holiday hangover! A “spillage” from the holidays, these are get-togethers that never happened during this festive time as we were all busy with other get-togethers and Christmas parties (prioritizing … Keep reading

Visualize a Flight of Fancy

It’s always refreshing working with “talents” and not just another pretty face in the fashion industry. I’ve done several shoots with ballerinas and their craft and capabilities never fail to take my breath away. Ballet Philippines’ principal ballerina, Carissa Adea being made up by makeup artist, Ivy Chang, and getting ready to strike a passe, … Keep reading

Global Glare: What Happens in Vegas….

…. Doesn’t necessarily stay in Vegas. News of Patricia Fields hosting  the Las Vegas unit of “Fashion’s Night Out 2012” got out quicker than a lightning bolt and I am more than happy to share insights about the event and my adoration for one of my favorite fashion personalities. (Photos by Anna Sales) Read more about … Keep reading

Wedding Watch: Gowns Galore!

June, also known as wedding month, has come to an end but that doesn’t mean couples won’t be tying the knot all-year round.  In the US, July is as popular as June, while November and December are actually the least favored time to wed.  On the other hand, in tropical countries like the Philippines, December … Keep reading

Global Glare: A View from the FINNISH Line

I am ecstatic to present the first of my Global Glare series!  Me and my team of globe-trotting correspondents, loved ones and friends over the seas and beyond will be sharing with you some shopping eye-pops, design tidbits or fashion visuals from all over the world! This initial entry is a collaboration with dearest friend, … Keep reading

Wedding Watch: A Bold & Beautiful Bride

In my last entry, I mentioned that incorporating chains to the bridal ensemble is an edgy move and a look I’ve been loving for quite some time now.  Although non-conforming, chains don’t necessarily mean severe and cutting-edge.  You can still rock the feminine.  For most of the chain pieces, accessories designer, Tessa de Guzman, and … Keep reading

Wedding Watch: Bridal Without a Cause

This ultra-modern chapel overlooks the Hamilo Coast and the Pico de Loro Beach and Country Club, a perfect setting for a modern and destination wedding. This chapel is beautifully encased in glass.  Look at how the glass paneling somewhat transforms my behind-the-seen shot below with a winter wonderland feel, the reflection like snow on top … Keep reading

Always on a Mission for Vision

A professional in any field must constantly evolve in order to keep up with new trends, technology, techniques, design, etc. Not only is it about maintaining a competitive edge but also about increasing and improving one’s work productivity among other aspects. If I can’t find what I’m looking for in the market for my fashion … Keep reading