So, after watching the "Possibilities" fashion show, Michelle and I decided to go to the nearby mall to grab some snacks and drinks before we continue to watch the next fashion show. Of course not to forget to capture some outfit photos too ;)
Once again, I was wearing sheer top from Chicwish, dots print sheer mesh green skirt from Romwe and galaxy print Jeffrey Campbell lita from Solestruck.com.
I was so grateful that I didn't have come to watch IFW 2012 alone since Michelle was also invited to the event and I'm so lucky to know her. I can't imagine watching the whole fashion shows and roaming around the area alone. Moreover, Michelle is so fun to talk to! I think we almost talked non-stop whenever we met even during the fashion shows hahaha it was like we never run out of topics to discuss.
|All photos above were taken by Andreas Setiadi.|
Alright, back to the show. The next fashion show was the "Fashion Painter Parade" by Rudy Chandra, Jeanny Ang, Sofie and Barli Asmara. Here's the recap:
1. Rudy Chandra
This time, Rudy Chandra decided to show off his collection which was inspired by Hanbok, the traditional Korean dress with lots of colors. And look at those shoes!! Those were specially custom made for his fashion show, I'm amazed!!
2. Jeanny Ang
Officially opened her private label “Jeanny Ang Couture” in 2002, Jeanny Ang's collection of evening gowns and cocktail dresses had always been an eye candy to most of women. Femininity with romanticism is clearly seen in most of her designs.
Batik goes pop! The words that totally describe Sofie's collection at the IFW 2012. His idea of using batik and creating a whole different traditional vibrant to his pieces along with the magic of creativity, resulting in some of the most interesting traditional modern batik designs is looooove.
4. Barli Asmara
Barli Asmara once again stepped up his game by giving us the edgy style with a touch of his signature design of smocking, and not forgetting to focus on the details in each of his designs totally blew my mind away. By only using red, black and white, Barli was one of the designers that people keep an eye for during IFW 2012.
Stay tuned for the recap of IFW 2012 Day 3 on Brown Platform ;)