It's been a month since posted my last entry and I feel sorry about it. Basically, my whole life has been a mess- jeopardized by hate and some doubts. I don't know if I will pass the USTET because Math was horrendous and Science was terrible. English . . . uhm, I can answer it with one eye opened. Thanks to Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights. All unfamiliar words there were present in the synonyms-antonyms, vocabulary and sentence completion part. How ozzum is that.
My laptop was stolen and my only source of internet was my phone. That's eet. Been transferring to so many places to steal WiFi and ended up having my own. Coolness. When I'm not writing or performing wicked experiments, I'm working on these:
I know, boring, nonsense, hiatus post. I swear though, after all these shits I'm going through are gone (prolly after grad), I'll be back, full-time, like feedmink. lol
Complacency bores me, a lot.. I just didn't know what to do since my parents were out and I'm fucking bored watching horror movies in my laptop. That face is my very first attempt in painting. It was hard. Seriously. First because I only used one brush. And it's not even a painting brush but rather, it was an eye shadow brush that I do not use. Although I feel like I cheated because I used two useless pentel pens in outlining the eyes. Haha. Anyways, that's a failed Jesse J attempt. Nyahaha, goodnight and Happy Holloween.
I didn't have that painting board so I used the container of my false eyelashes.
Xernan Orticio'sMecha-Symmetry was bound with an enthralling origami techniques, peculiar patterns and seemingly oriental feel with the play of its structure. Orticio's collection was Japanese-inspired which was composed of cream and fuchsia panels, chiffon and embellishments. His precise fabric cutting technique was still obvious. Its keen geometric was lauded with the strength of fuchsia giving enough life and power to the femininity of the cream. Include his magnificent pick in color combinations plus that structured patterns- all amazing. Mecha-Symmetry is definitely my favorite from the Designs Fusion | Visions and Trends.
As previously said, one of my favorites from the Luxe Wear collections is that of Tina Daniac's. It was a sigh, a relief perse when the models have started walking the runway in an unusual patterned beading on sheer silhouettes. Amazing show Ms. Daniac!
Albert Andrada will always be the best for me. Intricately-fused appliques, ornaments, contemporary Native American Indian war bonnets, exquisite detailing-- these and many more tell how creative and astounding Andrada's show was. A movement from the Renaissance to the Native American Indian fete has become the main theme of his show. He has achieved perfect elements which took certain techniques and inspirations from the traditional drama. In the past, war bonnets, or in his show's case, a headpiece, were items of great spiritual and magical importance.
Magical indeed, as the sleek runway have turned into a magistrate of illusive and melodramatic feel so light and fathomable. The last, will be always not the best. Rather, the Grand Allure collection have started with a mystic epiphany. The models were decked with numerous long fringes, seemingly crystallized underwear, and peculiar patterns seemingly inundated with prying with thirst of discovery.
Andrada's Spring/Summer collection was a splendor of beauty aloft any others who presented their collection. His 2012 collection was truly a tryst of the old and the new.