No, I wasn’t the best style apprentice there was when I applied for Team Rain x Em but I am happy that they trusted me to be part of their style team. The best part of being in their team is that every member is a team player and this is very important in every style team.
Shangri-La Style Spectrum was an event to showcase some of the Shangri-La Plaza’s new collections for selected brands. Kudos to the event organizer for creating such an amazing runway stage on top of an incredible show. I got to witness new collections from seven different brands which are G200, Topman, Topshop, Gap, Marks & Spencer, Miss Selfridge, and Debenhams. I gotta say, for someone who is not a fan of Spring/Summer outfits, trends for this season are quite amazing. It’s not your typical print on print, color blocking, print over solid layering, and etc., but more on a different perspective for these styles.
Some of you probably know that I was part of a TV show back in 2014 called I Am Meg. It was actually a competition more than anything else, something like America’s Next Top Model, the goal was to fight your way up to be the next cover girl of Meg magazine. We used to tape once or twice a week every month but each taping was not easy at cause we had eliminations almost every episode.
Inside Showbiz October 2015 issue is very special to me, it’s the first magazine that featured me as a stylist. For that issue, Alden Richards graced the cover and I was lucky enough that I was part of his glam team for that shoot. I was working with one of my favorite people in the world, Kelly Medina!!
Sitti was my first ever celebrity encounter as a junior stylist. Our first ever meeting was when my boss sent me to SM Aura to meet her and hand her pre-styled clothes for her event that day. I was excited and nervous at the same time cause I realized that it was the start of my journey as a stylist for well known people. Being a junior stylist is very hard, well being a stylist in general is actually hard, whether you’re a junior stylist or a senior stylist.
The term “idol” is used in South Korea to call KPop superstars. That is why we often hear them say such during shows and etc. Sandara Park has a special place in every Filipino fangirl/fanboy’s heart because Sandara grew up here and also became a public figure here before she became a superstar in South Korea.