Happy September everyone!!! I will be posting up what I’ve been up to the last few weeks on here very shortly. I’ve been so busy enjoying my last few weeks of summer before school starts and now I can’t wait to share with you guys what I’ve been up too. Stay tuned for pictures of my exciting summer!
Hey loves! It was a crazy week last week with preparations for my grad fashion show and getting all my styled looks together. Although, I finally did it! I am proud to announce that I have officially graduated Fashion School and now have a diploma in Fashion Business & Creative Arts.
Above is a picture of 3 out of the 8 looks that I styled for the show. Basically the show involved light garments that slowly faded towards dark garments. I styled looks for the dark side.. of course.. and put pieces together that I found from my own closet, my grandma’s closet and garments I found while thrifting.
It was such an amazing experience being able to style looks and be a part of a fashion show. Incredible!! It feels even more satisfied knowing that it all went by beautifully and I am done with the textbooks, the paperworks and the projects.
Stay looking out for more pictures from the show as I will be posting all 8 looks on my blog soon!
Hey all you lovely fashionistas! I’ve got some juicy new secrets for all of you! Recently I’ve got an internship position with Canadian designer, Rimpy Sahota. If you haven’t heard this name before then you must be thinking.. “who is this chick?” Well, it’s just yet another person you want to add to your list of “People to know in Vancouver, BC.”
Rimpy Sahota is a Vancouver raised fashion designer. You can check her out on her website which will be linked at the bottom. She has an excellent taste in style and is such a sweetheart! I’m so lucky to be her intern. I could probably go rambling on about Rimpy, although I just wanted to let you all know that she is doing a closet giveaway! Sounds super exciting, right?! Basically you are able to drop in at her house and browse through some of the clothes she has that she’d like to giveaway. What’s better than shopping for goodies from $5-$20? Oh, only one thing: shopping for items from YSL, Bebe, Marciano, Lululemon, Dynamite, H&M, and more! Yes, it did just get better!
Drop by from 1pm-4pm today to shop for trendy and stylish items for your closet. Just email email@example.com for location/questions you may have.
Rimpy Sahota website: http://rimpysahota.com/
Follow Rimpy Sahota on Instagram: @rimpysahota
(Above Picture: window display done by fashion students of JCI)
Hey dolls! I’ve got some exciting news to share with you. My fellow fashion students and I from John Casablancas Institute are hosting a grad fashion show called, “Persephone.” Persephone is the daughter of Demeter and goddess of harvest and the underworld. The show will be held at the Heritage Hall on Main Street, Vancouver, BC. A collection of designs, reworked and styled pieces will be showcased on the runway. This is a chance for you to come view the different styles that will be created by each student from JCI. Join us on July 22nd for your chance to win prizes, view the collection and hear the untold story of Persephone. We have been working on this show for a couple months now and are excited to show you all the hard work we’ve done in our upcoming fashion show.
Fashion Show Details:
Show Date: July 22, 2014
Location: Heritage Hall — 3102 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5T3G7
Time: Doors open 6:30pm — Showtime: 7:30pm
Tickets: JCI Students $15, Pre-Sold $20, At Door $25
Hey guys! I know, I know— it’s been a while. I’m still alive and nothing much has really changed. There’s just a few weeks of fashion school left and then I’m finally off for a month! I’ve been crazy busy finishing final projects, studying for finals and preparing for my grad classes fashion shows— which I will post about soon! Today’s the last day of June as well— insane! Time sure does fly by, especially when you have so much going on everyday. I’ve also been accepted into Kwantlen Polytechnic University to accomplish “Part II” of my dreams: going to school to study journalism. Sounds exciting, right! Over the weekend I chose my classes for the journalism program and now I am all set to start school in September. I know, that means I only have one month of summer; oh well, I guess I’ll just have to make the absolute best of that month. Anyways, just wanted to make a quick post and update you guys on where I have been hiding the past couple of days. I’ll be back with more inside scoop on the fashion show that my class will be hosting! Until then, stay humble.
Elegant, flawless, and impeccable— Kim Kardashian looked absolutely stunning in her Givenchy wedding gown that she wore when she tied the knot just last week with rapper Kanye West.
Everyones been talking about the big kiss, the wedding guest list and the looks that everyone wore. However, the major news that I wanted to hear about was the wedding dress! Kim K wore a beautiful long sleeve dress with a naked back that really showed off her curves and made her look doubtlessly stunning. The dress, which consisted of a mermaid silhouette, was custom made by the one and only, Riccardo Tisci. (Via Givenchy Haute Couture). Mr. Tisci also happens to be a very close friend to the Kardashians. Kim’s hair was worn back loose, which made her dress the focus point rather than her hair and makeup.
The bride of the year, the dress of the year and the wedding of the year! Stay tuned as the video will be shown on “Keeping up with the Kardashians” on E! television— new season begins tonight!