Maranatha Christian University proudly present Evolusia, a fashion show that was held on Friday, 27 April 2012. The dresses were designed by seniors in Diploma of Fashion Design. They make me envy by their creativity in fashion design. Yes I am a student of MCU, but it is a pitty that I'm not a part of fashion design, where my passion is. But it's okkay! At least I watched the fashion show. Here's the photos.
|Bat collection by Sherly D. This is one of my favorite collection.|
|Bat wing-ed dress in Cirebon's Batik? How nice!|
|So classy and wearable. I like Sherly's collection!|
|It's Sara Olivia's great colour-mixing! I love fourth the most.|
There were color blocking designs that I love the most. So colorful! Look at the shoes!
|Yessi F's. Love the skirt!|
Yes, I'm Indonesian and I love Indonesia's culture. Here are their works, dedicated to Indonesia.
|Claasy Kebaya, for wedding. By Cindy T.|
|Ah! I wish I had one! Please, Maria K., send me one!!|
Not only inspired by Indonesia's culture, another designer, Jeanne F, was inspired by Sakura, as we know that it is from Japan. Since I am a fans of pink and soft colour, so I coose this as one of my favorite.
Then my camera was out of battery. How pitty! Fortunatelly, my friends shoots several more photos. I choose my favorites here. Sorry if I don't know the designer of the clothes. If you know them, feel free to tell me!
There were a lot of fashionistas there. I saw 2-3 known people. I know the face but I forget who they are! Then, about my outfit, to spread my love to Bali culture, I wear the most recognizeable Bali pattern, black to white squares! Balinesse believe that by wearing that kind of pattern, can protect them from evil or bad hollow. Then I added "Kipas" on my hand. I bought it in Bali too. Then, because I am a member of two chorals that have a great love of folkore, I grab their head-accessories, that represent Bali's culture.
|Half traditional, half modern.|
- Make sure that your battery is full. Bring more the 2 batteries.
- It's okay to bring a pocket camera if you don't have DSLR. The lightning there will be so good.
- Write the designer name, include 1-2 words about the dress, because I have the difficulty in selecting which photos belongs to which designers.
- Keep your camera at a part of stage, especially on the part when the models stop for a while, so the quality of your photos will be better.
- Be as fashionable as you can. When or where will you wear that 20cm heels plus that big big big hair band? Or maybe colorful neon make up? I saw a man with a patching batik blazer. Seems weird to be found in mall or even on a sweet sixteenth birthday party, but you know, on fashion show, be as unusually-fashionable as you can. Be as stunning as you can. A friend of mine were a cameraman there, and he told me that he was going to interview the most fashionable person there.
- Bring at least one friend to assist you to take some shoots of yours, or to note the designer names, etc.
- Be on time! They may delay the show, but the closer you from the door, the more chance to sit on the front.
- Bring a light bag. Don't put anything into your bag.
- Do not bring foods, otherwise, it will be taken by the guards. So, eat before attending the fashion show.
- Bring name cards! You won't know whom will you meet!
- If you have blog, website, a company, etc, feel free to comment anything to put on the sticking board, then don't forget to put your blog or website, or whatever you want.
Are there any more tips? I will learn from your comments.