Sunday, February 7, 2010


I told myself i wasn't going to spend. Like, yeah right. Discounts, much more designer ones are like catnip to women. We just can't resist! Prices were such a steal! (Lame attempt to justify) but with that roll call of designer one-offs, (good mix of labels btw stylebible, congrats!) it took a strong will and a half to walk away and say no. i guess that just wasn't me. Haha.

Least theres eye candy for all of you. Happy with the turnout, though I wish there were more undiscovered style mongers. Where could they be?

Yes, Alexander Wangs. Diego Suede Bucket bag. My heart just dropped to the floor.

Signature studs on the bottom.

Hard edge hardware on gladiators.

Of course all on styleccentic Liz Uy. Loving those printed pants! Which I have to say is a very big S/S trend. Hello Balenciaga? Mond looking all street dapper with a rolled up blazer paired with easy sneaks.

Here's Kate Torralba's new assistant Dave Manaloto, straight from Canada. If the waxed denim skinnies don't get you, I'm sure the seriously cool updo will.

Or it could be the studded waistcoat also. =)

Hindy bringing in the summer breeze with graphic prints and bold color.

Vida in an asymmetric volume top contrasted with tailored shorts. So chic for day!

Op Art print on KT.

You know how some guys wear their drop crotch trousers all wrong? Well, take notes because this is how to do it right. Effortless! Jigs rocking his dhotis with a fitted tee, thongs and a Mojito!

Those tassels are just lovely!

And a close up. Top by Rajo Laurel.

Designer love. Eric Delos Santos and Czarina Villa.

Thats an Eric slashed dress and a Czarina 'Palabok' scarf.

Mich Dulce's clean lines. Loved most of her stuff on sale.

And here she is, a week before heading off to London, still working hard.

I'm biased with grey. It's the second none color that i wear to death. This tube dress can actually work as evening wear, but for day, its made casual by a denim waistcoat and a tan cinch belt. And instead of going predictable tan shoes to go matchy with the belt, she went for a monochromatic finish. Nice.

Puey in summer layers.

Would you believe I actually followed her to take her photo? Utilitarian is big, as in mayjer HUGE this season. So far, in all my photos this year, she's the only one I saw rocking the trend. And obviously its not some style accident, as this olive parka dress looks so contemporary, with a skinny cinch waist and slouchy pockets, that its not hard to believe it was snapped off the Spring Runways. And isn't that yellow knapsack a bold and unpredictable bag choice? Haylaveet.

Flora printed blazer for the win!


terranova said...

i soo loved that olive parka dress with the metallic glads & yellow backpack, something i could throw on too!! thanks for snapping her, this will be my current inspiration pic--now off to find a dress with the same look & feel--obsessed ferosh mama off on the hunt!! thanks d!!

KD faustino said...

oh, utilitarian!!! i haven't seen anyone from manila rocking the trend. wonder if other fashionistas would follow the trend too :) have you seen the combat pants from balmain? i diiiiiiiiied!!!!!

Fierce and Fabs said...

The studded waistcoat statement of KT's assistant is rocking chic for Men's Military Fashion Trend. And other combat style is a kick off for Fall 2009/2010...aviator boots and the likes.

Lizz's bag is a piece of precious!

kaye said...

i looove the Wang bag! myyy ohh myyyy. those are yours? YOU'RE SO LUCKY!!

i really wish you could visit my blog!=)