Monday, May 31, 2010

Sex and the City 2

I'm sure all the lovely ladies can't wait to get a piece of Sex and the City 2. Set to release this Wednesday! Is it sad to constantly get all flushed with excitement when watching the trailer a billion times and smiling at the smallest thing and pressing play once again hoping you are closer to watching the real thing. That is me right now!

It's not just about the drama, but the fashion. The first movie caused a craze for Carrie's Gladiator Shoes! Im predicting the second will bring out a trend of dazzling Aladdin pants, head pieces and lots of loose flowy dresses.

I can't wait to see these girls knock it off in the box office! This is definitely going to be HUGE!

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Featherhead: Outskirts

A couple of posts ago, you would have seen my post where I was wearing a Featherhead Piece. The colour was absolutely gorgeous and it was definitely comfortable! I couldn't help but want to take it another step further by taking Philomena's (the designer: Philomena Kwok) advice on dresssing it with a nice dress and parting my hair to the side to create a flick! I hope I did it right!

The following images include me with both the hair flick recommended by Phil and my hair out to try out a bit of hippi glam!

Thankyou so much for the headpiece Philomena, I am definitely in love


The outfit you see me wearing is something old from my wardrobe that still had a tag on it. There's always so many hidden treasures I find whenever I clean that room of mine. The belt was an attachment to another dress and the shoes you see me wearing are brand new! I decided to spoil myself yesterday at novo. They are ultra comfortable and I fell in love with the boot!

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Moore Park

Today I was at the Ultimate Bridal Show at Moore Park. Lot of very many soon to be brides with the most romantic collection of music being played. You couldn't help but feel all joyful and mellow. I have never seen so many glowing and happy people all under one roof!

Just so you know, I am not a soon to be bride. I was there to enjoy the experience cos I love wedding as well as to photograph the show. Unfortunatly I wasn't allowed to take any due to copyright and legal issues enforced by the event! I was bummed, but still embraced the experience.

The photograph you see here is me outside the event. It was the closest I got to taking a photo.
Since I knew I would be surrounded by glowing soon to be brides, I thought I would dress in the brightest colours to suit the occasion!

Here I am wearing my most comfortable RMK heels, bright ruffled Forever New skirt, Sportsgirl bangle, Diva accessories, Temt blazer and Revenge singlet.

I went on a major shopping spree over the last 2 weeks, so there will be many more photos coming up!


Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Featherhead: Outskirts

These days the only head piece you see on most girls are headbands, bows, straw hats and ribbons. However, Philomena Kwok, designer of Featherhead, is starting a new trend: FEATHERS!

With a self confessed obsession for feathers, Philomena has created the label
Featherhead. She is an accessories designer, creating headpieces, necklaces and bangles......all made out of beautiful Feathers in all shapes, colour and sizes

Below is me with one of her creations from her newest collection: Outskirts. It is definitely a statement piece and you will definitely be seeing me wearing alot more often.

To find out more click HERE

Monday, May 24, 2010

Fast and Glamorous: The People that Matter

This is my last post on the Lifeline Event. Here, I wanted to reflect on the big personalities that have definitely affected my visions and goals for the future. These people may not know it, but they are the ones that have inspired me to keep moving forward and to pursue my dreams. They have made the impossible seem possible and for that, I am forever grateful

The amazing people who had made the Lifeline night possible. Third from the left is Simone Cozens. She is a professional make-up artist and organiser of the Lifeline event. If it weren't for her, I wouldn't have had the opportunity to take the photographs I did. She could have easily said no, but instead she was welcoming and more than happy to give the chance to get out there. It was a huge privilege to be given the experience.

This is me with the MASTER/SLAVE Team. They made my experience at Lifeline a memorable one. They were so nurturing and inspiring to be with. I love the passion they have in their work, The MASTER/SLAVE team have definitely inspired and motivated me to find my passion and enjoy each moment of my life, no matter what path it takes me. It is uncommon to find such an amazing team that are willing to support you and I found that in MASTER/SLAVE.
These 2 amazing people from Moonlight Photography and Zar Productions have inspired me to pursue my love of photography. It is rare to find such great photographers and film makers that are willing to take a moment to make you a part of their experience. Alex Zar and his wife did just that and I am definitely grateful to have met them.
Thanks to MASTER/SLAVE I won a photograph, shot by Creative Director Tim Gratton. He is a man of many talents and his work is sitting on my wall right this moment! I absolutely love it!

The ever so stylish, MASTER/SLAVE Team
Roderick and Suzy on the red couches at Lifeline

These bulked up men have their bodies painted by Tim Gratton. It almost looks real!

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Fast and Glamorous: Fashion Runway

The Lifeline Charity Event showcased a Fashion Runway Show featuring: Peep toe shoes, Funkis, Secret Squirrel, George, Amorette, George Elsissa and Master/slave.

Each designer played an important aspect in this event to support Lifeline. Not only are they talented, but they definitely showed support for the cause.

You will see from the following images how amazing each piece is. My heart was pumping and my my eyes were shot frozen to the runway. I get a rush of excitement everytime I see such beautiful innovative creations. I fell in love with one piece after another and I never wanted it to end!

If you would like to know more about Lifeline. click HERE

This was an amazing white couture dress by George Elsissa. The line, shape, body and ruffles were so well constructed and symmetrical. This dress had an amazing layed trail which looked beautiful when she turned to walk backstage

This dress was one of George Elsissa's eye popping pieces. It had an amazing trail with beautiful black flower sequins adorning the garment. The colour of the dress definitely complemented the model's skintone
George Elsissa portrayed punk rock glamour in this number with it's sexy black ruffled one strap shoulder. It's a very youthful piece that looks both fun and classy!

It looks like George Elsissa can't get enough of ruffles with this couture number. I'm loving the ruffled shoulders and tied in waist. Gorgeous!

The back of this dress was amazing
George Elsissa
This is another creation by George Elsissa. I'm really loving the ruffles he put into his work. This one is definitely a show stopper

This dress is by George Fashion Company. It reminded me of fresh lilies, my favourite flower. The colours were so bright and the dress fabric looked so flowy and comfortable

I was loving the purple in this MASTER/SLAVE couture dress. The bodice was absolutely spectacular with it's intrinsic design which linked to the one sided shoulder. Im not sure if you guys can see, but on the side of the dress you will see a rose constructed out of fabric. It's so creative! It's always the small things that really get me excited and this definitely did!

This is a MASTER/SLAVE number from the COLOURSHOCK Couture Collection. I am definitely loving the colour, its cheerful, fun and very Summer. The flow of the dress makes it look so comfortable; this dress will definitely turn heads!

This MASTER/SLAVE v-neck piece was very simple and bold. I loved the mix of bright colours. The hot pink finishing and draped armholes added a soft touch to this show-stopping outfit

This MASTER/SLAVE piece looked amazing with black laser cut petals holding the zebra printed dress up. It had great volume and the perfect trail for a Summer's day!

Another piece from MASTER/SLAVE's couture collection included this neutral number. It screams class and power with its beautiful one shoulder ruffle. I love how each colour complements the next. It's absolutely beautiful!

I loved this skirt, by Amorette. It was bold with the perfect contrast!

The dazzling dress is from the Secret Squirrel Collection! The gold reminds me of casino royale. Very rich and classy!
This is another Secret Squirrel Number. I love the flower patterns on this dress. It's very vintage and simple
The models were wearing these clogs by Funkis throughout the first runway.

I loved this print. Horses running around this flowing dress. Beautiful for a casual summers day.