My friends linked me to this photo that was posted on the school’s facebook page awhile back. I found it funny because I have no recollection whatsoever of someone coming and and snapping photos of me. I guess that’s what happens when you’re so engrossed in what you’re doing lol
On a random note, missing my long hair. Can’t wait to grow it out and do braids like the one in the photo again 🙂
Definitely one of the most tedious projects I bestowed upon myself. My wedding collection was inspired by teacups. I didn’t really know how to begin painting so when I went home for Christmas break, I asked Tito Dadz (my mentor in painting using water-colour) if he could help me. For 3 days, I went to Victorias City (1-2 hours away from Bacolod City) so that we could paint together. Eventually his friends (who were also painters) decided to help in the process. I learned so much from them in terms of what paint is best, what brands to buy, how to manage my time more efficiently, etc. I’m very thankful for all the help and support that I got for this project. It’s truly something I made with a lot of love.
I made up a magazine for my Midterms in Fashion Trends. We basically had to make a magazine (individual work) that should have a total of 5 editorials. The editorials had to take inspiration from 5 activities we had in class namely: 2 inspired from a fashion decade in history (Because I wasn’t listening in class, I did 2. I chose 1920’s and 30’s), the Desigual launching event, the 2013 Graduation show of the Fashion Institute of the Philippines, your own aesthetic and how socio-economic events affect the fashion industry. These pages are not in the right order. Credits of who did what are found in the layout (which I did by myself and I never want to do that again). Oh but most of the clothes were borrowed from my very very good friend Reese Lansangan, suit used for the 1930’s editorial is by Tatenda Sipula, and the rubber band dress was done by the fabulous Mimi Garbo. 🙂
On the up side, my teacher told the class that I had one of the best magazines so two thumbs up! At least all the effort didn’t go to a waste.
One of the first few (if not the first. I can’t really remember) exercises that we did for Advance Draping with Ms B. Her only instructions were to draw inspiration from Balenciaga’s SS13 collection which features Flamenco flounces. She told me to create my own design but to follow the neckline.
So my Physics teacher (bless his kind heart) decided to give us an Investigatory project that could be about anything that we wanted. And since we are fashion students, Wanda, Guia and I decided that our project should be about something design related. We discussed about the possibilities over lunch and we all realised that in previous projects, none of us have experimented with 3d garments. So I designed an accessory that supposedly “defies gravity” and they constructed the piece. We agreed that it was best that they make the accessory and I make the paper since they aren’t experienced in making scholarly papers. The original designs of this are probably lost forever (I gave it to one of the girls and forgot all about it after the project was over) so if ever I do find them again I’ll just update this post. 🙂