Yay! I finally got to wear my own design after a looooooong time. I usually don’t get to do so because I have a “clients first” policy and my events are always so last minute. But fortunately enough this time, I was able to rush a gown to wear to the Influence Asia Awards that was held last December in Singapore. Woot! Thank you to my dear staff who made this happen.
The gown I designed for myself is a black pleated tulle gown, embellished with black crystal beads and a few ruffles. It’s a sexy sheer number that was inspired by the statement necklace I have on here–full of intricate and eye-catching details that are neither over-the-top nor loud. Like the other couture gowns I make, this one features a full corset that cinches my waist and makes me appear like I actually have boobs to pull this low neckline off (hence the cleavage). Oh, how I wish I can wear more of my own designs in the future. It always feels good to answer the question, “who are you wearing?” with “Oh, this thing? I designed it.” (Insert smug face here.)
Coexist by Camille Co gown | Gucci bag | Stuart Weitzman heels