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An Unknown Silence

7 Sep

USCARI current collection!!!!!

I got to look more into USCARI’s SS collection when I noticed their cute high-waist shorts in Cosmo’s October issue! It’s pretty amazing how they evolved and it’s great to see they are taking more risk for artistic value. Jira Kohl accommodates the whole ‘Desert Goddess/Worrior’ looks so well  and I applaud them for choosing a perfect model for the look! Well, maybe I’m biased because Jira is one of my favourite models that I worked with but honestly, I was disappointed with some of her other shoots. Not because the shoots were dodgy but she’s such a beautiful model with strong looks I really couldn’t help wonder what they were thinking when they chose her for Dotti!!

ANYWAY! I’m loving USCARI’s current collection- the mixture of dirty ropes, masses of linen fabrics and tribal motifs and prints really transports the whole utility look effortlessly into summer. It looks quite comfortable and carefree and I can’t help to reference it to Sass and Bide but I’m glad the prices are more reachable for part time students like me!

ANYWAY I’m moving blog!!! Please come and see me at:

www.romiromiya.blogspot.com

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Chris Sorbello Shoot

2 Aug

It was a pleasant surprise when I was asked to assist for Chris Sorbello’s Ministry of Sound Photoshoot!  Thanks Jana. ♥♥♥ It was my very first styling experience and I do feel that I’ve learnt a lot! Trading in my backpain and all when I finished today. haha Chris was such a honey and everyone was great! Jana brought some fab stuff that seemed so eccentric and edgy! Hopefully I did ok today- I’m so used to running the photoshoot and giving directions – it was a bit awkward trying to be at my place as a styling assistant. I just wanted to be careful not to intervene anyone’s roles… or more like seeming like I’m running the shoot. haha. It was such a good experience overall and I feel you do learn a lot just observing and really trying other people’s shoes.

Oh! I had a great talk with Elvis Di Fazio the photographer. He was quite an inspiration! He just had such a clear idea of what he wanted and it all worked out great! Also he seems like such a vivid visual mind. Looking at his portfolio, he seems to get the every element right for the final outcome of the image. Yet still, the most amazing thing is that he’s been only doing photography for less than 2 years.

He’s a must to check out! Find him at http://www.dlm.com.au/

Oh by the way, Chris’s So Lonely is getting addictive again!! Check out the video!