Monday, August 21, 2017

Surabaya Fashion Parade 2017: Moslem Runway (Part 3)

I thought I need to learn more about fashion so I could mention what kind of collections these two were. They might be too quirky for daily wear and had bridal gown too.

Hannie Hananto
Quirky. That's the first word for this collection. I can't avoid my eyes from seeing big heart-shaped ornaments and female line drawings all over the outer-wears, tops, dresses, and even veils. Big polka-dots are understandable in daily wear, but a bridal gown? Catch the spotlight, quirky bride!

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Surabaya Fashion Parade 2017: Moslem Runway (Part 2)

New month, new life? Which girl will decline to wear a gorgeous princess-y dress in the ceremony of her new life a.k.a wedding day? These two designers' collections at Moslem Runway Surabaya Fashion Parade 2017 are the eye vitamin for girls who aim to have princess dress on her wedding.

Despite various types of the gown, all the bridal gowns in Rasya's collection fall wide from the waist area. They have 'tail', the skirts were longer at the back. Various kinds of fabrics were used, such as metallic, solid, transparent, and textured ones. There's a dress with elegant details with grid-textured fabric and gold lace, remind me of an era in European architecture/art. I always pay attention to a show's accessories or properties. And I fall for the twig-like headpieces on the models' hijab.

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