A Night with Fashion
It is time for the annual CENTRESTAGE Fashion Show - one of the fashion events I look forward to attending each year. I always find these shows very inspiring; the passion and life our talented designers put into his or her work reminds me the importance of diligence and detail necessary in the field of arts. And this year's Elite show was definitely not a let down, assorted with lines of true excellence and charm.
Based in Seoul, the designer seems to redesign the classic tailoring. Evidently in how he overlap different items to create a new silhouette. Shirts, pants and blazers are constructed into a totally new style by mixing the classic items and street looks. A fanatic of white, I wish I could wear all the pasty items, the cutting and silhouette would look just perfect on me.
The Hong Kong based studio creates a ready-to-wear collection with a laid-back simplicity, crafted by modern cutting and a touch of fluid, eclectic aesthetic. The palette of colours in this collection would fit into any woman's closet easily. Reflecting on the “Every Day”, the Hong Kong based designers create a ready-to-wear collection with a laid-back simplicity, emphasised by modern cutting and a fluid, eclectic aesthetic. The color palette of the collection is also very beautiful.
#whatcharlottewears - Classic Chic
Here I am wearing a parka-dot one-piece black dress by Uniqlo x Ines de la fressange and a pair of Camper flats. Simple. It matches unintentionally with my brother Calvin, too.
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