Today is one of those days where I was actually crazy enough to be able to pull myself out of bed for an early morning shoot. Armed with a rusty replacement tripod (my own is still in the tripod hospital), me and my friend rushed like mad to reach Putrajaya before 7am. Continue reading
In all honesty, I have had some contact with the local fashion industry for some years now but my contacts really haven’t extended much beyond Malaysia.With that, I hope everyone can forgive me when I actually asked this question silently, “Elga? Who?” when I saw that one of programme today at “It’s A Girl Thing” was a private show by the House of Elga. Continue reading
Today is the launch day of It’s A Girl Thing. It has been hectic and I have just managed to select and watermark 5 photos up to now. The event covers everything from makeup to spa to furniture and even saw NTV7 interviewing potential hostesses for their programs.
Lots of running around and all, plus Canon as usual is giving free 4R prints with their Selphys. If you do spot anyone of the Canon staff or the photographers, just ask and we can take a photo for you and print it on the spot. Absolutely FREE!!!
Anyhow, I need the rest and I shall leave you with one more photo from the launch event. The rest of the 5 photos can be found on my Flickr, the link is on the right panel.
No, this is not one of my long rants about the ills of the world nor about how girls are. Was at a very interesting event rehearsal today, the name of the event is “It’s A Girl Thing”.This “It’s A Girl Thing” is the first event of it’s kind in Malaysia and it will start tomorrow (23rd November 2007) and end by this Sunday (25th November 2007). at Halls 1 and 2 of KLCC Convention Centre. It is by Tourism Malaysia and Shopping Malaysia Secretariat, and is designed to offer everything a girl could ever want or need. Continue reading
The Kuala Lumpur – Jakarta Islamic Fashion Festival 2007 is the brainchild of Dato’ Raja Rezza Shah and it is his vision to both grow Islamic fashion with more varied design and creations as well as to turn the 2 capitals Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta into preferred fashion destinations.Held on the 18th November 2007 at the beautiful Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, an amazing array of fashion was on parade; from the traditional to designs made by handicrafted fabric and items such as batik and songket right up to contemporary designs that challenge the boundries of fashion itself.
“While it prides itself (the Islamic Fashion Festival) in presenting an avenue for Muslims with different levels of religious understanding and readiness to accept Islamic wear with a varied choice of stlyes, it is also important to note that IFF gives the non-Muslims a better understanding of the trends and styles of Islamic wear.”, says Dato’ Rezza. Continue reading