The day has finally come, where I have finish my course and it’s time for me to graduate. I don’t know whether to be excited or to be nervous as I am not continuing my studies. I have plans but i don’t know whether these plans will last and be where i vision myself to be. Although i am definitely excited for the new year to come and definitely want to still pursuit in the fashion styling industry. They say it’s not easy and that it’s cut throat industry. I know and I think i am ready to prepare myself for this as I want it so bad and that i love it so much that I just want ‘REAL LIFE’ experience. I’m travelling next year so I’m really looking forward to seeing what is out there for me to take upon and achieve.
Hopefully I’ll be good and update my blog to keep you posted in my whereabouts of after graduating in a course. Look out, it’s going to be interesting….
From Studio shoot moving into location shoot, where i take Human to a deeper connection to nature. Nature is a support for us to be alive today. But we haven’t done enough to support the nature for the future. Us humans get so caught up with society that we forget what was here before us. This is where we need to make a connection back with the human nature.
The nature is a partial reflection of us, nature starts very small and then gradually grow to be it’s own personality. Which this reflects back to us human, where we start as a baby and gradually grow to be adults. In this studio editorial it was able making connection to the smaller nature’s in life and seeing a bigger picture which is using raw, thick yarns of natural materials where we feel the comfort and security we need to give each other, human and nature.
Melbourne Nation Gallery of Victoria presents 200 Years of Australian Fashion. It was a pleasure visiting this exhibition to back track what was Australian fashion History was like. When you have a passion for fashion and garments, you would always … Continue reading →
“It’s a new era in fashion – there are no rules. It’s all about the individual and personal style, wearing high-end, low-end, classic labels, and up-and-coming designers all together.” – Alexander Mc Queen Alexander Mc Queen, The most inspiring and … Continue reading →
Movement within an art work that blend in together, creates a beautiful piece of art. This mood board has expressed my style in the colours, movement of each every image and the simplicity of the images that i have chosen … Continue reading →
Kinki Gerlinki is a Melbourne (Australia) based fashion brand . Their designs are bold prints, vibrancy, textured and embroidery. They’re vintage with a modern twist. Targeting ages 30-40, mature ages. One of our Uni project was to design and make … Continue reading →