Thursday, June 28, 2012

ZARA PH 's end of season SALE!

Zara Philippines are now having their mid year sale starting today June 28, 2012! Check out the Zara outlet near you prices from 5k went down to 3k and more!!

There are a total of 6 Zara branches in the metro so check them out!

Power Plant (Rockwell)
Glorietta 3 (Ayala Makati)
Greenbelt 5 (Ayala Makati)
Shangri-La Plaza (EDSA-Shang)
Trinoma (Quezon City)
SM Mall of Asia (Pasay)


Bought at Zara Trinoma for only 795Php

Not only that many other brands like Oxygen, Mango and Marks and Spencer are also having their mid year sale so go to your nearest shopping destinations! Go Fashion-noypis!

Wednesday, June 20, 2012


Inspired from Fracis Libiran's Hello Kitty haute couture collection for ANTM 18: British Invasion episode 8, me and Kristin made our own version of our Posh Pink Fun Shoot. My styling and photo editing equipped with Kristin's photography prowess all three of us ,including out model, had fun in creating our Vivienne Westwood like creative shoot.

To give the creative a twist, Kristin and I decided to use a male model so contradict the frilly girly setting that we have. And I've entitled the shoot "Geek in the Pink" from Jason Mraz's hit song.

So if there are guys who are courageous enough to be adventurous in fashion you can use this shoot as inspiration, as the saying goes "REAL MEN WEAR PINK."

So without further adieu, here it is guys.

Fedora and Shades: Thrift Store in Victory Mall (Monumento)
Top: Topman
Suspenders: Zara
Shorts: Hangten
Shoes: Zara

Tuesday, June 19, 2012


Check it out you guys!

thebargaindoll is giving away 2 Firmo glasses! (, a global leading online optical store of prescription eyeglasses and prescription sunglasses. Since its establishment, Firmoo has served over 300,000+ customers and now has 450,000+ fans onfacebook. Presently, they are offering best quality products s at the most affordable prices, 85%~90% lower than that in the brick-and-mortar optical stores.

so check it out guys!


A Fun Shoot I made last April, will post the whole set tomorrow.

Keep looking at the aquarium guys!


Last Friday I went to Techno Hub in QC to meet up with my friend Sarah, a student designer, to buy a few accessories that she personally made. And I'm freakishly excited to show you guys these quirky accessories that I got.

Vamp Accessoriesare fashion forward accessories taken from bits and pieces from something you can see every day. Vamp believes that style can be taken from anything. It is where budding fashionistas can go to find stand out, unique pieces for their wardrobe, without breaking the bank. Customers can get fun, quirky accessories to boost up any look. It is also open to Made-to-order customized accessories. Vamp has all you need to give your wardrobe an instant facelift.

Yes, Vamp can be a bit girly but there are some pieces that would accent a modern Fashionisto as well, specially it's current collection.

Quirky keyboard accessories from CHATBOX
For all the girls and the guys out there who are looking for a cool out of the norm accessories check this out.

So these are the ones I bought from Vamp.
rings are 50php each, the bracelet 130php, and the necklace 100php each. You can check out more designs in Vamp's facebook page.
Advice for the guys out there, these are some pieces from the collection that 
think would suit best for men who would want to wear these quirky one-of-a-kind 
accessories, simple yet still fashion forward.

It's best for men to wear simpler accessories in order to not collide with one's


Inspired by Steve of Blue's Clues I wore a striped green sweat-shirt with khaki shorts
finished of with a pair of quirky shades and my dark brown leather shoes from Black Box.

I would like to thank Diana Lo, Chatterbox, for accompanying me. ;)


Will blog about this later! So keep looking at the aquarium guys!

Wednesday, June 13, 2012


Last month I received an email from one of the top leading fashion magazines of the country, Mega Magazine, that they have seen my application for Mega Fashion Crew Season 2 and invited me to attend the go-sees in EDSA Shang Plaza. Being my usual enthusiastic self I was there as soon as the mall opened, with me was my friend Kristin, who's hopeful for a spot in the Photographer's category.

As I tire myself waiting standing in line for a spot in the Fashion Stylist's category, both excitement and nervousness possessed me when I saw the infamous Avel Bacudio in the line up of judges, and I was certain he will be the one to decide on whether my journey will start or end at that moment. My one on one with him felt very indifferent as he gave me a few smiles that I wasn't quite sure of what it lies underneath, nevertheless at least I tried.

As for now the Top 100 contestants are not yet announced, and I am very much hopeful that I may be one of those aspiring young "fashioneers". Whether I get in or not I won't lose hope in making big in this industry, as long as I have to wear clothes, fashion will have to be in the air that I breathe.


Photo creds to Ms. Kristin Cornejo 

Blazer: Andro Collection (own design)
Top: thrift store (168 mall)
Skinny jeans: Lee
Shoes: Leaveland
Shades: Thriftstore

Wednesday, June 6, 2012


Photo credits to Ms. Kristin Cornejo

From Left to Right: (Fanny Serrano, Edgar San Diego, Cherry Veric, and June Pugat)

Once again Philippine Fashion Week's Grand Allure never failed to amuse me. With its grandeur high fashion couture collections, the designers blew away their audience with one epic gown after another. The designer's were mostly inspired from the crimson's powerful color; if not neutrals and all whites were present amongst other collections, coincidence or an up coming trend? I'll let you guys decide. The following designers were featured on this season's collection: Aris Pico, Boyet Dysangco, Cherry Samuya Veric, Edgar San Diego, Fanny Serrano, Gil Macaibay, June Pugat, Luis delos Santos, Popo Go, and Mitzi Quilendrino-Bustos.

Aris Pico's Last Look

I'm actually not familiar with Aris Pico, and this is the first time I've seen one of his collections. His designs were inspired by brocade-like embellished elements using sheer fabrics with a touch of contemporary silhouettes and patterns, a mix match of classic and futuristic design in my opinion.


Boyet Dysangco

Red and Gold, an excellent and everlastingly elegant powerful combo, that would always look like a million bucks. Boyet matched it up in sequined pattern long trained gowns which added more sophistication in its oh so overflowing elegance.


Cherry Samuya Veric
Head pieces by: Van Cleef Emnacen

This collection is one of my favorites of the night, Cherry created haute couture garments with beads of nude and vermilion color patterned into a Greco-Romanish style, and the wonderful headdresses were crowd stunners. 
And I would definetly wear the blazer on photo number four. Two Thumbs up!


Edgar San Diego

Edgar San Diego's collection is a stunner for many. With its "oriental feel in a modern cut" inspiration, I must say I'm a fan of the orient's culture and seeing then come into runway reality is just a major plus points for me.


Fanny Serrano

Tita Fanny did it again, with his all white euro themed layered ensembles slays the crowd in awe. His collection definitely sent me to another dimension, a piece of his imagination. I'm sure that this is the favorite collection of  most in the audience.


June Pugat

The master of the art of dyeing. June Pugat is one of my fave designers, not only because of his creations, but also because of his attitude towards the people around him. June's collection was the most diverse of all, he used neutral earthy tones with of course his signature dip-dye effect that gradients the whole ensemble. His designs are always forward with his unusual cuts and drapes that I find effortlessly beautiful.


Popo Go's Last Look
Another fashion week veteran, Popo Go, showcased his fabulous collection in the Grand Allure house. He showcased a more on high fashion RTW look, than the Haute Couture genre where Grand Allure is known for.

Mitzi Bustos

Taking a big leap from her 2011 collection that comprises of plain looks as she now made use of different fabric techniques and embellishments for details, going out of her usual RTW looks where skin was dominant, she created floor length gowns with the same monochromatic touch.



Leopard Print Trench Coat that I got for 240php only
Vintage Police Sunglasses
and a White Zara  Polo


After the show I went mingling with other people and viola look at who I bumped into :)

I couldn't help it and had a chat with Fanny Serrano himself, and he was very nice and very down to earth.
Ms, Sarah Oxales, one of the fellow student designers from Lee Jeans' "National Denim Day" Student Designer Competition

Michael Cinco was fun to talk with, he really entertains people. 
An attitude that most people must learn.