The Tiffany and Marchesa show were back to back so we only had an hour to grab a bite. I knew what I was craving for, and I managed to get some at Takashimaya before heading back to the tent at Ngee Ann.
Hailing from Britain, Marchesa's designs (named after their muse Marchesa Casati), the brainchild of Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig has been seen on A-listers such as Renee Zellweger, Sienna Miller and usually graced on the red carpets of prestigious awards due to their elegance and drama.
Inside the tent, Emmeline introduced me and Joyce to BenWu, a local Singaporean designer whose designs were showcased in the waiting room at the tent. His designs are very structural, based on his architectural background. Who say architects can't be fashion designer? haha
Damn I need to re-dye my hair -_-"
This time, we were seated two rows from the front, which gave me, an astigmatism sufferer (lol) a clearer view cause when the runway was lit up, it was kinda bright that the clothes became a little blurry to me.
The show started off with a walk by Song Kyunga, a Korean supermodel wearing a flowy fuschia number
oh, and one thing I loved about the show, other than the dresses? the messy back-combed updo. I've always wanted to do my hair like that!
After Kyunga walked, the runway dimmed and the Alice in Wonderland soundtrack started playing. One by one, dresses with full on drama were paraded and these dresses were handpicked to be showcased at the Audi Fashion Festival according to their pallete.
Ethereal. That's all I can say.
A little bit of the after party, met Singaporean fashion bloggers there:
check out their blogs here:
- Fash- Eccentric
- Miss Glitzy
- Dottie Tan
and headed back to the hotel with sore feet =P
Next - Raoul and a Makeover