Only one can wish to have breezy August nights with dinners on the terrace but to be quite honest I have been spending absolutely every single possible moment on set styling for campaigns and different magazine editorials the past 2 weeks.
Here is one of the campaigns I styled for a Japanese hair care line called Hoyu!
I promise to start get back to my regular blogging schedule starting tomorrow! Tons of outfit posts and updates coming your way!
Photographer- Karla Ticas // Make up- Leibi Carias // Hair- Sienree Du// Styling- Chriselle Lim/ Styling assistants- Laura Arias & Hina Khan//Model- Jade
A couple months ago I had the chance to style up a lingerie editorial for Serendipity Magazine. As your Wedding gown should be extravagant…what you wear on the special night of should be as important! I styled up 5 looks for 5 different type of girls…From “The Pinup, The Vixen, The Babydoll, The Showgirl, & The Belly dancer”
My favorite look has to be “The Pin up” look. You cant tell from the first image but the back of “The Pin Up” look was just Oh So Cheeky! I created a cute little bow out of random tulle fabric and these ahhh-dorable cheeky roses on her bum! You can get your Serendipity copy at your local borders, CVS, or Barnes & Nobles!
One of my MAIN source of fashion inspiration comes from different eras & decades. One of my favorite decades was the 1950s, where Audrey Hepburn and her uber feminine circle skirts and ballet flats came into place. But I have got to admit all the sultry and sex appeal started in the 1960s, where the hemlines were becoming shorter and kitten heels replaced ballet flats…overall the curves of a woman were embraced!
We recently shot this Fashion Film which our wardrobe inspiration came from the 1960s…the MadMen Era!
so here it is….. LOOK DONT TOUCH!
Director: David Gallardo
Photographer: Karla Ticas
Hair: Sienree Du