Novel Retreat by WAGW

Clean lines and structured silhouettes. Bright bold color blocks and fresh white linens. Meshed with sporty details and precisely place embellishments all collide into a chic-minimalist, post 60s feel. This reinterpretation and blending of pristine and effortless style exudes an in-vogue metropolitan take on casual wear.

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Kryz Uy and Mikel Rama
photos by Joseph Ong
hair and make up by Gari Son

Crislet Gerona and Alexandra Vergara
photos by Jacklyn Kaye
hair and make up by Jomer Arances

Not too hot

Thanks to  for this cute dress.
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Yesterday, my life depended on what I wore and said. And no, it had nothing to do with the fact that it was Valentines Day.

I can’t tell you any of the details yet. I can’t tell you whether or not I did a good job, cause I honestly don’t know. All I’m sure of is that I totally spazzed, and now I can’t stop thinking about what better things I could have said. I half-blame it on the fact that I was (and still am) incredibly out of shape, sick with tremendous amounts of snot and coughing my lungs out every few minutes. There’s a bug going around, and its eaten me alive.

On a totally unrelated note, tomorrow, I am dragging my sick behind to the launching of Young Folk, Silly Folk. Can’t wait to see what the talented duo have been up to!

Also, for those who’ve been asking me what goes on at SOFA, there’s a community blog where students share their everyday SOFA experiences. That could probably answer your questions.

Bushfire Fairytales

Forever 21 cardigan and shorts, dress worn as top, Tyler belt, Michael Antonio heels

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This look was once again inspired by a moodboard I made for Fashion and the Arts class. It’s called “Happy Thoughts” and I took inspiration from the movie Amelie to achieve a quirky representation of a return to innocence. The kind of uncensored, uncorrupted, raw imagination and spunk that children have, before the anyone tells them what to think or do. But I took it down a notch and decided to wear quirky combinations in basic colors. What do you think?

Thanks to Edric Chen for the awesome photos!

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