January 22, 2017

IPMI TREND SHOW 2015 - POPULO BATIK

I looked back to my local fashion week archives and just like, oh! I still have some shows to be posted. This was Populo Batik from Bai Sumarlono. Love the motives, from triangles to herrings, which are definitely applicable to daily wear. Very chic and modern at the same time.

November 23, 2016

GIGI HADID GORGEOUS LOOKS AT AMAs

Have you seen Gigi Hadid's looks at AMAs? Such a living barbie doll! My most favorite looks are the cutout red Versace dress and the white Cavalli wedding dress!


Source:
US Magazine & Cosmopolitan

October 26, 2016

THE WHATSOEVER INSTAGRAM REBRANDING :P

Hi guys,

A long-time blogging hiatus. Really busy months, I even could not take a proper breath every single day :P

There is a lot going on, huh? Now, everyone turns to videoing their blog in Youtube (please simply say "Vlogging", Christie!). While I am a quite late adopter, but I am not really convenient to expose myself to public aside from my thoughts. Besides, I think that I need that (real) writing exercise too. If only I find any reference to vlog the mind, literally...

I love to watch vlog anyway. My current obsession is to watch food videos (who doesn't?). My top list is the "$ VS $$$" by Buzzfeed. Come on, those series are amazing that they got like more than 10mills views, like seriously, guys? It is daym good. It is a food review but one interesting part is how Steven as the host presents and livens up the situation with his partner-in-crime/bestfriend, either Keith or Andrew. Every time I go to Youtube, I always wait for this kind of vlog which unfortunately they post it frequently rare. I also like to watch comedy vlog such as Wah!Banana. Indonesians here but their contents much likely relate to me, lol.

Still on the same page with the holy digital channels, I've been a long-time Instagram player here (same with you, I suppose). Uploading everything I like there until I feel bored and no more interested. Until I discovered these twin girls accounts (now still figuring it out how to differentiate those two) which I found really cool. Two "Follow" buttons were instantly clicked.


Just uhmazing to find these girls' Instagram. Consistently speaking up about enjoying high-scale beautiful living with effortlessly pleasant visuals. While both love to have clean themes, Maria picks the very bright tones and Eliz prefers to have bolder images. I don't care. Because I love both of them anyway. And also thanks to their beautiful Indonesian face, we have dissociated from a constant boredom that we may not skip their posts in our own feed or Insta Story. Forceless beauty that they even do not exercise? I have not found any picture of it, haha.

I find a way to breakthrough my Instagram. Well, at least I have tried, tho. Trying to find a good, beautiful angle of many things (still looking for the perfect single theme of everything like the inspiring twins do). And here some peeks to my IG. Please follow my feeds if you want, Your Majesty!


A photo posted by @marschristie on


A photo posted by @marschristie on

A photo posted by @marschristie on

I am just thinking if this blog needs that kind of rebranding too. But I still love to stuff everything in here :)

Have a good day!

March 28, 2016

IFW 2016 - INDONESIA YOUNG FASHION DESIGNER COMPETITION

Designer: Muhammad Kasihselian
the judges (left to right): 
1) Yudi Wanandi (CEO Jakarta Post), 2) Yetty R. Hadi (Noor Magazine),
3) Herline Widjaja (Director of Galeries Lafayette Indonesia), 4) Camillo Bona (Designer, Koefia International Fashion Design Academy),
5) Bianca Cimiota (Koefia International Fashion Design Academy), 6) Paul Grigson (Australian Embassy for Indonesia),
7) Triawan Munaf (head of the Creative Economy Agency), 8) Poppy Dharsono (IFW 2016 Preaident),
9) Atitje Arryman (Humanist, Lecturer), 10) Enny Sukamto Hehuwat (Senior Model, Painter),
11) Firman Ichsan (Lecturer, Photographer)

New designer equals new inspiration? Yes, it is. The Indonesia Young Fashion Designer was held weeks ago and it gave us some fresh perspectives, how traditional fabric creation was reinterpreted. The competition with theme "Reflection of Culture" had the woven fabric, printed Borobudur temple to the embroidery of Papua's icon turning into ready-to-wear collction (well, some of them). My most-favourited ones belong to the designs of Muhammad Kasihselian and Bhamini Moorjani. They had beautiful red dots of designs, edgy, unique look, and very wearable. But the winner of the night? The judges decision chose Angela Lowhur's pieces which brought her cash and scholarship abroad prizes. Here some of the contestants' works.

Designer: Bhamini Moorjani
Designer: Bhamini Moorjani
Designer: Bhamini Moorjani (pics 1 & 2), Muhammad Kasihselian (pics 3 )
Designer: Muhammad Kasihselian
Designer: Salma Fadhilah
Designer: Emmanuela Jessica
Designer: Andini Wijendaru
Designer: Prasetio Nugroho
Designer: Prasetio Nugroho
Designer: Prasetio Nugroho
Designer: Sunita Sumawi
Designer: Sunita Sumawi
Designer: Janner Losario
Designer: Janner Losario
Designer: Ardina (pic 1 & 2), Janner Losario (pic 3), Angela Lowhur (pic 4 - the winning design)
Designer: Angela Lowhur
Designer: Angela Lowhur
Designer: Adhindha Firdausa
Finale - Documentation of Indonesia Fashion Week 2016