Sunday, 29 September 2013



It is quite a long time since I make my signature freestyle draping patchwork dress. i enjoyed making Anversa as I infused with embroidery applique and whimsical yarns. I started this style since last year after my influential vist to Anwerp(Belgium)...a fashion city with Ann Demeulemester, Walter van Beirendonck, Dries Van Noten, etc.

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Lace Tulle Rhinestones Feathers

Imogen Lace Tulle Dress, Katie Rhinestone Sash Belt & Arie Hair Piece

Imogen Dress is really gorgeous. I am happy with the result of emphasizing the lace at the neckline and the bigger piece at the back. I contrast the white tulle with light cream lace which I recently bought from Barcelona. The pleats by hand is hard to tame but it creates lovely texture and visually pleasing. The bigger piece lace at the back has make it a challenge for me as it almost limits the dress to be a halter neck cut for the front as the width is quite narrow. By placing it on the tulle, I manage to keep the front design without compromising. Here, I show the dress with and without Katie sash belt, with and without the train for the back.

As for Katie Belt, I have combined rhinestones, resin, silver beads and sequins altogether. The 6 petals flower gives a more elegant and glamourous look. It took me 5 hours to essemble this creation as it requires to be symetrical and I did it with embroidery hoop without the stand support.

Finally, I also design Arie Hairpiece to go with the dress and the sash belt. It was hand embroidered silver hand-embroidered in silver yarns, adorned with crystal rhinestones , small flowers, faux pearls, spray and feather. Felt backing. Attach with hairclips. This style is perfect for the bride looking for something romantic. 

Thursday, 12 September 2013


Introducing some colours to my collection. Here are some injections of pink, yellow, mint and blue.

Lilla Dress

Maya Dress

Norma Dress

Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Autumn Breeze


Autumn is here. Great to work as it is not so hot in my atelier. Well, I wanted to create a flapper dress with gorgeous embroidery lace from Japan. I wanted it with corset details, ultra romantic and not too grunge. The 5 tiers ruffles at the bottom took me a lot of time to runch it but it is worth it:) 


Monday, 2 September 2013

Vintage Style


I bought this gorgeous floral applique few months ago and finally put together for Jessica Dress. I have chosen a light cream lace to go with the applique. Love the vintage colour. The back is kept real low with see through lace. The bottom is an ample circle skirt, flowing gorgeously in light cream chiffon. I felt something missing. So, I designed Nadia sash belt to add more romantism to the dress.


Recently, a bright spirited client(Rita) ordered Jessica Dress in tea length version. The lining from the skirt has to be transformed from A-line to a circle skirt to accomodate a detachable crinoline. Hope she will send me a photo of how it looks like with crinoline under to puff the skirt.