Sarah and I have been attending a few shows at the Singapore Fashion Festival and we were lucky enough to be randomly allocated front-row seats, yo! (Okay, so it was only two shows so far :P)
Outside the tent
The proximity of our seats to the runway!
The very first show we went was Ashley Isham, where he showcased his Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter ’08 collections (according to Harper’s Bazaar).
It started off with edgy-prettiness with a variety of long and mini ensembles of white and speckled black, cinched in with a clean black and white waist.
Then came in pops of red! orange! and purple! and red and purple together, broken up by dark emeralds and plums!
Now that we’ve eased in to colours, shiny glimmering plates of blue surfaced on the skirts and dazzling sheets of silver plastic were gathered into pretty, and hypnotic folds. I swear, I HEARD the plastic material as the models sashayed past. Ooo, it was so close, the details were pretty overwhelming. I was tempted to stretch a finger out to feel the material haha.
The kind of dress you could hear ruffle!
Glimmering plates and boggling prints. These are genius!
There was this absolutely gorgeous printed dress that Pinks (Sarah) and I went gaga over. It makes you want to swoon over it, paint rainbows and nibble on strawberries and cream 😀
Pictures that don’t do justice to an aweeeeesome dress
I was kinda hoping there would be more of his outrageous stuff, the kind of thing you have to see in the flesh. What with the sumptuous metallics and diaphonous fabrics!
More shows pleaseee!
Blows faux snow from the runway to make my wish!