Don’t you just love unconventional weddings? Â I’ve had the opportunity to make a red wedding gown, I’m currently making outfits for both groom and bride for a Beatles-themed wedding and just a couple of months back, I made the entourage dresses for Joe & Chok. Â They chose midnight blue as the color for the gowns and I was so happy to make it for them because it’s not usual for a Pinoy couple to choose a dark (almost black) color for their bridal entourage. Â The ninangs and moms wore gowns in different shades of blue which I think worked really well with the midnight blue gowns of the rest of the entourage.
Aside from working with such an awesome couple and the ladies from their entourage, the best part of the whole project was when I got a hug from one of the ninangs after she saw how she looked like in her gown. Â :)
Here are some of the pictures I got (stole) from the couple’s Facebook account. Â Thanks, Joe & Chok!
I’m so happy to be getting positive feedback on the new collections, especially on Art to Wear (which I call A2W for short) and people have been asking who’s the artist responsible for the great prints.
Vernon Perez, local artist extraordinaire, does not just specialize in airbrushed art. Â He also creates installation pieces, accessories and is also a DJ! Â Below are some of my favorite pieces by Vernon:
For those of you who’ve been to our house, we have several metal artwork on both sides of the walls. Â This one is called LIFE and it’s actually the same pattern on one of the dresses from our A2W collection.
My new website is finally up! Â And I’m also happy to share with you my two collections for 2010 . . . satin et lacet and Art to Wear. Â As most of my clients know, I make collections depending on my mood and what I’m currently into so having two different collections is quite exciting for me. Â The film noir (more…)