Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Shangri-La: Retail to Runway



The brands you will see as you browse more.

I am a fan of Christmas... BIGTIME!





























I just love the bag.
































































Cool Bloggers I'm with:








Gray Long-Sleeves Top (Oxygen), Checkered Button-down shirt (H&M), Beige Full-length Pants (Forever 21 Men), Brown Leather Boots (Forever 21 Men) and Time Keeper (Rolex).




Stylists of the event and their perspectives:

On Ferdi Salvador and John Lozada
"Street Luxe"

-Their casual yet holiday-ready range of utilitarian outfits skillfully styled through smart layering, mixing and matching and accessorizing all catered the ease in style achieved through fusing rack-relevant separates with statement pieces.

On Mela de Luna, Metro Magazine's Fashion Editor
"Eclectic Vintage"

-trendy anthology of looks was a fitting ode to the holiday season's style highlights, giving cozy and comfy a sexy and chic twist via runway-worthy combinations that utilize varying cuts and silhouettes.

On Angela Alarcon, MEGA Magazine's Fashion Editor
"Luxury"

-eclectic and glamorous combinations fit for a merry season, the series gave holiday dressing an indulgent and fashion-forward spin.


All collections mixed and styled together with skilled fashion authorities with the coordination of the country's top styling teams by NARS, Laura Mercier, T. LeClerc and L'Oreal Proffessionel sums up with one product and that would be a sartorial holiday season.

Since the holidays are fast approaching, I hope all of us will fashionably inspired by the art that Shangri-La has offered us through their Retail to Runway show!
So Excited and inspired to try these and I hope same goes to all of you!




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Venue: Shangri-La Edsa
Photographed by: Vergil Lloyd Chua


2 comments:

  1. Your photos are flawless. First time reading, but I already love your blog! :)

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  2. Thank you very much Wonder Woman! :)

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