Posts Tagged ‘Fashion’
I can’t thank you enough, i’Lovmor – The wonderful team of people behind this one-stop bridal studio – Karen, Reanne and Kassandra. Thank you for your wonderful service, unending flexibility and support throughout this competition. It is my pleasure having made lovely friends like you ladies ♥
Left to Right: Daphne Saw, Reanne from i’Lovmor, Cherie Lee
The bright yellow cocktail dress I wore during the finals for Miss Singapore International 2011 is wonderfully made and beautifully adorned with shimmering crystals.
I love how the intricate designs and refined detailing created a sexy silhouette, giving the judges an illusion of me ‘floating’ gracefully down the runway.
5 Subsidiary Title Holders from Left to Right: Novell Tan – Miss Personality, Mabel Lim – Miss Crowning Glory, Cherie Lee - Miss Body Beautiful, Yunny Yong – Miss Elegance, Stella Kae – Miss Photogenic
The other girls wearing specially designed cocktail dresses by i’Lovmor.
Ladies, i’Lovmor offers more than what you’re looking for. Meticulous made-to-measure handcrafted gowns and impeccable quality stunning dresses at amazing prices. I popped by there a few days ago to rent a gown and was told that in conjunction with the Great Singapore Sales, there’s up to 70% discount for in-store gowns and 15% discount for made-to-measure gowns starting from today, 15th July to 23rd July 2011. They are located at 402 Orchard Road, Delfi Orchard #02-15, Singapore 238876. Otherwise, you can give them a call at 6235 8900 to enquire :)
All you need is that perfect dress to complete your beautiful occasion.
Thank you i’Lovmor ♥
This Spring Summer 2011, Francis Cheong Couture expresses his collection through its interpretation of Club Chinoiserie – think Oriental with 5000 years of history filled with Dragons and Phoenixes, away from the traditional form.
As mentioned by the designer himself, each piece is a statement by itself. “It’s very naughty… vain, flirtatious, fun, fashionable and of course, couture!”
The collection is presented in the most current couture mode with touches of oriental ornament incorporated into a kaleidoscope of colours, beautiful embellishment and flowy silhouettes.
The collection suits the modern society and celebrities; and it celebrates thousand years of art, treasures from Chinese culture and its successful achievement in the world market.
The moment everyone is waiting for… Christy Chung, muse of Francis Cheong.
Photo Credits: Backstage (Lisa Maree Williams) and Catwalk (Chris McGrath)
Below are some After Party pictures taken with gorgeous celebrities by Ying Zi.
Left: Nadya Hutagalung and Cherie Lee. Right: Cherie Lee and Rebecca Tan.
Left: Cherie Lee, Irene Ang and Jeanine Quee. Right: Ying Zi, Eye Candy and Cherie Lee.
Left: Cherie Lee and Irene Ang. Right: Christy Chung and Cherie Lee.
Thank you omy.sg for the invitation to Day 5 of Audi Fashion Festival 2011, featuring Francis Cheong Couture 2011 and also, thank you Janet from omy.sg for this lovely picture :)
Left to Right: Cherie Lee, Francis Cheong, Jeanine Quee.
“In an age of slovenliness and fat, simply being thin is a mark of status, and high heels emphasize the advantage by lengthening the leg… Women’s willingness to tolerate discomfort, even pain, in the service of fashion is often chalked up to the desire to attract a mate or to rise a step in the social hierarchy.”
I read some intriguing fashion insights regarding 12-inch heels on display at Alexander McQueen’s 2010 spring show. It makes me wonder. Why do we love the shoes that hurt us? What are the consequences of wearing high heels?
How is it similar to relationships, men in particular? How much pain can women tolerate? What are the consequences of being in an unhappy relationship? Many people settle too quickly into situations that aren’t a good fit for them because they think that being with the other person externally validates their worth.
Unlike shoes, you don’t have to settle for someone who completes you. Instead, find someone who complements you.
There are some classic fashion pieces every girl needs to own. These classics not only keep you looking chic on campus, but also sexy at work! You probably already own a killer pair of black heels. Black is classy and goes well with anything. While black is great, sometimes you just need a little oomph.
If you don’t have a pair of nude heels of your own, they are a style you must invest in.
There’s just something so naked about this wonderfully inviting neutral color. Dresses, tops, pants and accessories – you’ll find fashionistas wearing this trend in every form possible. You’ll be able to integrate your new pumps into your wardrobe seamlessly, and may even find yourself picking them instead of your basic black when you’re getting ready to go out! For legs that look like they go on forever, take a cue from some famous fashion moguls and find some flesh-fitting kicks.
What can I say about Maggie Q? She is smoking hot!
My favorite way to sport my nude appeal is on my feet hee
It’s time to be in the nude girls :*)
“I don’t know who invented high heels, but all women owe him alot!”
- Marilyn Monroe
I miss being in the limelight. I hope to shine one day.
Will there be a chance for me to do so?
This is a want… not a need.
I have the black one though… *drools*
Now, I can only pray hard that my leg will recover soon.
I miss wearing them.