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Thursday, December 29, 2011
The opening scene of the film "Breakfast At Tiffany's is one of the most memorable scenes I saw as a teenager in the Philippines. I was mesmerized at the sight of a beautiful street, lined by imposing buildings and impressive stores, it was like a fantasy set in a film studio lot. As a newly arrived immigrant in the 90's, never in my wildest dream that I will actually pass by this street called 5th Avenue all the time working at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City. The Tiffany's store front will always be a place where dreams shine and life sparkles like a fairy dust looking at the displays as you pass by, in awe, enchanted, mesmerized...
Monday, December 19, 2011
The accessory of choice this Holiday Season? it's not jewelries, shoes, bags, hats or eyeglasses, it's the SCARF! Scarves keep you stylish, chic and fashionable while keeping you warm, toasty and comfortable during the cold spells of the season. Bring out your scarves collection and wear it in 25+ styles, if you know how! Check out the wonderful video from one of my favorite blogger, Wendy!
Sunday, December 11, 2011
THE ACTUAL VIDEO HAS NO SOUND, YOU CHOOSE THE MUSIC! CLICK ON THE FILM AND CHOOSE ANY MUSIC SELECTION TO ACCOMPANY AS MUSIC BACKGROUND. YOU CAN CHANGE THE MUSIC ANYTIME BY CLICKING ANOTHER SONG AND FEEL A DIFFERENT MOOD FOR THE FILM. ENJOY THE SHOW!
"The Golden Chain Gown" is the first fashion film of designer Watus Solis. Using only the most basic of shots, editing and non-use of music background, it features the creation of a gown from the dress form to the human body. From New York, this gown was brought to the Philippines for the actual photo and video shoots. Shot in the boondocks of Rosario, La Union, the film was conceived to have an amateur home video feel to it to convey the transformation of a couture gown made by the hands of a fashion designer from single pieces of fabrics into a haute couture creation of art. I hope this film encourages everyone that anybody can do anything out of nothing...