C L A S S I C C O L L A R

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

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photos by Riski A Zein
photo editing by Me

Blouse cape - Panglook
Collar - Fevelle
Pants - Zara
Watch - DKNY
Shoes - June+Julia
Cat eye sunglasses - Asos

COLLAR are my thing of the moment. This probably came about from my love for ladies blouses and collars can give a whole distinctive accentuation to them. In this particular post, I am wearing a cape modeled blouse backwards, where I have used the back part of the blouse as the façade with the button detailing. I think this is a pretty versatile way to maximize all your tops and a great opportunity to challenge yourselves fashion-wise in creating new, varied looks out of a single item of clothing. There are no boundaries to your creativity!
Translated and edited by Farida Win (@iFreddie)

xxx
June

B L A C K & W H I T E

Sunday, June 19, 2011

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photos by Nuri Arunbiarti
photo editing by me

Shirt - Uniqlo
Jacket - Screamous
Pants - Versace (thrifted)
Belted necklaces - DIY
Shoes - June+Julia
MINIMALISM is my favs. I love to wear black and white colors, maybe you guys think it looks boring, but we can make black and white outfits great with some details for example belted necklaces and patent shoes.
xxx
June

PMC MAGAZINE (USA)

Sunday, June 05, 2011

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FEATURE. I’m featured in who am I of the new york magazine PMC, big thanks to Jilly!

DIY TOP

Wednesday, June 01, 2011

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photos by Nuri Arunbiarti
photo editing by me

Top - DIY
Pashima - flea markets
Pants - DIY
Belt necklaces - DIY
Shoes - June+Julia

This week I’ve been experimenting quite a lot with creating tops, which is mostly an aversion from my never-ending thesis-induced stress! Instead, I’m enjoying this way too much. Oops. :p

In this episode, I’m once again parading my DIY top, the result of approximately two hours of experimentation. I’ve stacked a white T-shirt and white chiffon scarf, where the scarf has been sewn onto the T-shirt by hand to give off that drapery accent. If you look at it from the façade, it looks like I have a blouse on but from the back it simply looks like a T-shirt. It’s so simply interchangeable, if you ever get fed up of the whole blouse look.

To add the ‘impression’ of layering, I threw my mother’s pashmina on my left shoulder, just to add some nonchalant element to it. Besides my DIY tops, I also make DIY “belt necklaces”, chiefly inspired by the Hermés Spring 2011 collection. I’m actually planning on making a belt that’s inspired by the Lanvin Spring 2011 collection :).
Translated and edited by Farida Win (@iFreddie)


xxx
June

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