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NYFW Misha Collection Spring 2017


Australian designer Michelle Aznavorian behind Misha Collection presented a stunning show which opened with supermodel Jourdan Dunn. Her sexy silhouettes are inspired by the party scene from Studio 54, New York’s popular night club in the 70s and fashion icons such as Iman, Jerry Hall and Bianca Jagger.

Sleek and sophisticated, her collection showcased lace and feather trimmed dresses, leather bodycon shifts, silk pantsuits, metallic ensembles and shimmering gold fringed slips to femme fatale red and leopard print trench coats. Jourdan Dunn closed the show with a sparkling draped silver dress with a daring high slit. These red carpet worthy outfits are perfect for the It girl who wants to make at grand entrance at every party.

It’s no wonder celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Gigi and Bella Hadid, Alessandra Ambrosio, the Kardashians and Rosie Huntington-Whitely are fans of the label. Her star studded list now extends to Olivia Culpo, Whitney Port and Alana Hadid who attended the show.

If you’d like to get your hands on her ready to wear pieces, they are available at luxury retailers such as Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom Revolve and Shopbop . Get ready to add some glamour and sparkle to your wardrobe!





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Validate Magazine Feature: Shades of Summer



It was an incredible experience to model for Validate Magazine’s Shades of Summer Issue. Validate Magazine is an independent magazine based in New York City. I’d like to thank Gregory Hudson of PNB Photography who is the main editor and photographer of the magazine for working with me!


I’m featured in the back cover wearing a very daring bikini made out of grass – talk about being eco-friendly. Well I suppose this gives you a useful idea of what to wear if you are ever stranded on a deserted island?


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Validate Magazine features artistic, edgy collaborations with designers and models. It represents the art and culture of  the talented people of New York City in such a dramatic way.


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Speaking of designers, I’m wearing one of my very own designs, a headdress made out of faux flowers to match my Panoply floral print dress. I’m so happy to have the  opportunity to express my personal style in this magazine!






To find out more about Validate Magazine’s Summer Issue, do check it out on the link below!

Live, Inspire & Love Always!



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Making a Splash with Harry Martin Underwater


Looking for ways to cool off during the summer? How about going underwater in something fabulous? I had an amazing opportunity to model for an underwater photo shoot with Harry Martin Underwater. Harry Martin is an Emmy Award winning TV journalist who has anchored the 10 O’Clock News at My9 and The 6 PM news on Fox 5 New York.

He has expanded his passion for photography with his project “Harry Martin Underwater,” which captures beautiful fashion and glamour underwater.  Neiman Marcus Paramus featured his work for the “Art of Fashion” event.

I absolutely loved working with him and his team. It was a challenge to pose effortlessly underwater but it was all worth it!


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Some of my photos from his shoot were selected for display at the Marriot Hotel in Boyton Beach, Florida and were also featured in his book.


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I hope this post inspires you to create something beautiful before the summer ends! Don’t forget to check out more of Harry Martin’s stunning photography!


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Stello Official Fashion Show

Stello Official brought us to the far East with their latest collection called Yuki-Onna. The dynamic collection is inspired by Japanese fashion, with metallic samurai-like silhouettes complete with shoulder pads and spiked accessories. Some of the sheer dresses are embellished with oriental floral motifs and patterns.

Flowing pants, kimono-style ensembles, structured bustiers were also part of the collection. The use of cut-outs and high slits added a sensuous element to the outfits. The color palette of black, gold, red and silver made a strong impact with the use of  lustrous leather, silk, lace and metallic fabrics. The men also wore tailored pants with metallic jackets.  The model’s sleek hairstyles were accented with chopsticks that twisted their hair into elegant half up-dos.

A memorable moment was the appearance of a contortionist who walked on the runway with her body bent over backwards at a steep 45 degree angle so her hands touched the floor, something that I thought was humanly impossible.


The collection blends sensuality and femininity with a tough edge. It made a fashion statement that challenged the idea of Asian fashion – it doesn’t have to be conservative, it can be elegant, flowing and provocative at the same time.

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Visual Impact: Scene Magazine



It was an honor to be featured in Scene Magazine’s Visual Impact Issue! Scene Magazine is an artsy magazine distributed throughout South East Asia, picking only the best submissions in the region for its publications.

The photo shoot was conceptualized by talented art directors and photographers Ade Lau and Venus Khor, Singaporean photographers based in Australia. It paints a surreal world of reminiscent of Tim Burton’s style. Our stylist Sarah Murray did a great job of picking  quirky outfits with vibrant colors and patterns. It is a little hard to recognize me and my model partner Yquey with the dramatic hair and make up done by our make up artist Carmen Chan but she did an incredible job!




 The shoot was set in an unconventional location – a supermarket for foreign construction workers. Using real fish as props was an ingenious idea! I love how pictures imply that I was the dominant one and the man is doing the cooking! The bright contrast of stripes and polka dots with the gothic dark eye makeup made us look like characters from the Beetlejuice movie, another one of Tim Burton’s classics.







Our final shot is with the crowd of Bangladeshi workers in the basketball court, with me and my model partner seated in the middle. It’s one of my favorite shots as it not only looks dynamic, but it also gave the construction workers a chance to shine!

It was one of the most amazing shoots I have ever done and it was a blessing to work with such a talented and professional team!



If you ever plan to dress up as a couple for next Halloween or costume party and hope to make a unique fashion statement, try mixing together bold colors with contrasting patterns and dark makeup. Don’t forget to add a quirky accessory or two!




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Mimi Tran Art Hearts Fashion

Vietnamese fashion designer Mimi Tran showcased her Fall Winter 2016 Optical Illusion collection at Art Hearts Fashion Week. Mimi Tran grew up in Paris and her Vietnamese heritage created a sophisticated influence of both east and west in her designs.

Her collection exuded elegance and Parisian chic while accentuating the female figure. I love her attention to detail as the dresses were exquisitely embellished with lace, sequins, beads and floral appliques to create beautiful patterns which is probably how the collection got its name.

Solid shades of royal blue, gold and the bright oriental floral motifs accentuated the primary color black, which is also the color that the French love to wear. Fine fur stoles and long leather gloves completed the look of  timeless glamour.

For the finale, Miss new York walked out in an understated yet elegant white lace wedding gown.


What are your favorite looks from the show? Let me know in the comments below.

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Alice In Wonderland



Alice in Wonderland was one of my favorite fairy tales from my childhood. It still is a timeless classic for most people and it has also has been an inspiration to artists and designers alike . As the sequel to Tim Burton’s first movie, “Alice Through The Looking Glass,” is currently out, me and my team came up with a whimsical photo shoot inspired by the magical world of Wonderland.

We decided to go with a more modern and punk rock spin off the classic style. I’m wearing a short blue mini dress accented with a black tulle skirt and a pink floral fascinator. My hair was also sprayed with a bright pink hair dye. To pay homage to the White Rabbit and complete the outfit I’m wearing a pocket watch on a pearl necklace.



The Mad Hatter played by model Corey Petett, is wearing a suit with a purple shirt, a modern hat and a mix of quirky accessories pinned onto this jacket. He is an eclectic character after all who loves to pick up interesting things.



A fun fact for this photo shoot was it was shot in an abandoned mansion on top of a steep hill overgrown with vines and covered with moss. It actually used to be inhabited by royalty. We had to hike all the way up to the hill for this shoot! But it was worth it as it added a fairy tale like backdrop for the shoot.

I’d like to credit the amazing photographer Gladys Ng for her artistic direction and wonderful photography work! It was a such a  fun experience to work with a team of determined and gifted people!


Here are some outfits that are inspired by Alice in Wonderland and I must say, they are in a style that’s similar to the movie:


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Radmila Lolly Hope Music Video Shoot




Radmila Lolly is an exceptional opera singer who is my regular client and a great friend of mine. She is a classically trained opera singer  and has been singing since the age of 6.  She has decided to make her approach to her music career more contemporary by infusing her operatic singing style into pop and house music.

These are some of her shots from her music video shoot for her 2nd single “Hope,” a romantic ballad composed by Julian de la Chica. The style of the video is set in the 1940s and exudes Old Hollywood Glamour.





The stylist Laurean Ossorio did an incredible job putting together the outfits! The exquisite, intricately beaded gowns are designed by Dany Tabet and the elegant jewelry from Misahara . Luxurious furs added another air of  opulence from that golden era.







Elegant pinned-up waves, smoky eyes and red lips complemented the vintage fashion direction we were going for.




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It was great working with such sweet and talented people. Our art director and videographer Rhonny Tufino did a phenomenal job directing the shoot and editing the video. With Radmila’s powerful voice, the poignant musical score and dramatic visuals, the music video is a rare gem that sets her apart from other artist.

The link to ‘Hope” the Music Video is here: Enjoy!



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Walter Mendez Fall 2016




Walter Mendez captivated the audience with his stunning collection of  evening wear. As the svelte models glided down the runway in elegant, sweeping gowns, mysterious black lace masks and sparkling tiaras, I felt as if I was transported back in time to a royal ball in Venice.



The magnificent gowns accentuated the female curves with nipped waists that flared out into sweeping mermaid trains and shorter hemlines with flirty flounces. Billowy capes and extravagant origami folds elevated the dramatic effect of some of the dresses.


All of the dresses look so opulent with the swathes of  lush silk, lace and brocade fabric in rich shades of  striking red, elegant black, deep indigo, glittering golds and yellows. Elaborate lace, glittering crystal and gold embellishments in baroque patterns added another element of granduer.


The magnificent gowns accentuated the female curves with nipped waists that flared out into sweeping mermaid trains and shorter hemlines with flirty flounces. Billowy capes and extravagant origami folds elevated the dramatic effect of some of the dresses. Some of the more seductive dresses had translucent bustiers and bodysuits decorated with strategically crystals and high slits.

I can clearly see that Walter Mendez celebrates the femininity and empowerment of women with his  glamourous designs that flatter the female form. Every dress was so exquisite that it looked as if it was made for a queen or a Hollywood star.

It’s no wonder why he is one of next top designers in Los Angeles and has dressed celebrities such are Jennifer Lopez and Selena Gomez for red carpets.



What do you think about his fall collection? I hope you loved it as much as I do!

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