The following are the artists I found MOST interesting in the Art Mod Fair (refer to previous blog) Michelline Syjuco Her creativity blows my mind! I thought… Read more “Art Mod II – The Artists”
We’re going to an ART FAIR! Those words were enough to convince me to go and face the traffic-ridden streets of Manila to get myself to Megamall… Read more “Art Mod Fair I – Gurkka and Art Nebula”
Ironically, a line outside a restaurant is actually a good sign, so seeing one at Sachi on a Friday night was actually a welcome sight. I went… Read more “Sachi”
One routine afternoon, I was editing the workbook for my English classes for the upcoming school year when the very familiar – and oftentimes exciting – BINK… Read more “Gocoo in Bon Odori”
Anne of Green Gables was a book I read when I was younger. Anne’s quirkiness and wild sense of imagination attracted me to the book, and, of course,… Read more “Anne With An E”
Of course getting there was awesome! Seeing the unique architectural features will impress the majority, and it did impress me. We were ushered to our seats and… Read more “The Pyramid, Cebu”
Yesterday, I was tasked to create a series of necklaces to match the line that we will launch this Saturday in District on the 53rd featuring the… Read more “Beady Eyes”
Whenever I watch any movie set in the 40s, I am always fascinated by what the wore and the manner in which they carried themselves. So, every time I get a chance to dress up as they did, I grab it with both hands.
I went home yesterday to find that my mom, who has been a dressmaker for over 30 years, made the skirt that I had been begging her to make in the cloth that I found over a week ago.
I think I may be a lazy dresser.
I see what’s out there and I am certainly enthralled by the colors, cuts, and creative way these clothes are created and spread out for the picking, but I always run back to my Chuck Taylors and find comfort in what I – particularly my feet – already know.