Behind-the-design: Spring Blossoms

If you’ve seen Preview’s Best Dressed issue last July, I’m sure you’ve seen this photo. I can now say I’ve climbed a tree in a freaking gown! It’s all worth it though. I mean look at this shot!

Gown designed by me | Kenneth Cole necklace | H&M bracelet | H&M shoes

And here’s another photo–the shot that didn’t make it:

(Photo by Pat Dy | Makeup by Pong Niu | Hair by John Valle)

Hype this look on here.

This is also the same gown you see whenever I take my outfit shots outside my atelier. It’s actually part of a 4-piece collection I made as a featured artist for Shu Uemura’s event at Robot last year. My inspiration was Japan’s spring blossoms. I combined tulle and floral printed cotton for the materials and kept the finishing raw to achieve this effect. If you’ve noticed, the huge ribbon at the back is also a Japanese reference. Actually, all 4 pieces of this collection have obi belt-inspired ribbons like this.

What do you think? :) For those interested, this gown is still available at my atelier.

10 Responses to “Behind-the-design: Spring Blossoms”
  1. Pam

    Hi Ms. Camille! I really love the way you pose in each of your photos! Your stunning and gorgeous! In this photo, I can say you do really look like Sarah Geronimo :) Oh please, don’t stop posting your photos. They do really help me a lot to improve the way I dress! Keep it up! :)

  2. Alonica

    Camille that Gown is really designed by you? Wow! It looks so gorgeous! :) I am starting to wonder now if you are also designing a wedding gown so that If the right time comes,I would definitely choose you as my gown designer! It look so good fairness :D

  3. Dheya Suzuki

    omg. I love this dress. and the shoes! looking very fierce. :)

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