I completely missed September’s blog post. Opps.
July was a pretty hectic month…
I have been neglecting this blog again, so I am going to use this post to catch you up on what I’ve been doing!
So you can go follow my blog with Bloglovin!
I’m still learning what exactly Bloglovin does. I’m also brainstorming new content to share on this blog and my PGF social media. Thankfully, I am taking this weekend for myself to get things in order. I’m cleaning and organizing my house, working on a collection I was to present in the Summer, working on individual apparel items for shoots, sponsorships, sales, and more, etc.
I am determined to get these things in check so I can continue to grow and be better than the person I was yesterday. Always strive to be the best ‘you’ you can be!
I have been working on a new collection, as I promised. I’m hoping to show it off in the Summer. I also recently had the chance to sort through all my fabric and am really planning on making some great stuff for the shop (it really needs to be updated).
One thing I really want to work on is organizing my fashion show kits– I need a hefty suitcase to carry things such as a steamer, my camera/recording equipment, etc. I’ve been really tempted to get a Fravel— not only is it cute, but it matches a lot of my designs! You can pre-order these cute travel suitcases here.
I think I’ve found my calling with Geek Fashion.
Big thanks to Geek Fashion Show and SacAnime for having my collection on their runway! I appreciate how organized the event was, the full house, the talent (hair, makeup, models, DJ, designers, photographers, etc.), the advertisement and exposure, and for making us all feel safe and accepted. I had a ton of fun, met a lot of great individuals, and felt genuinely fulfilled. ❤
I should really post here more often! In case you don’t follow me via Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/pixiegiftfashions/), I recently participated in a small fashion show at my alma mater for their Japanese Culture Festival (Japan Day).
I showed new and old looks, and had the opportunity to begin trying out fashion photography with actual models (rather than trying to shoot myself with a tripod and with the camera on its timer)! Also, I am still learning Photoshop and tried my hand at editing the photos. Come take a look below!
It was a small show, with three designers who showcased=– including me. Not that that is a bad thing– I actually had a great first fashion show for 2016! My models were amazing and Shelby Rose (https://shelbyrosestylist.wordpress.com/about/) once again did amazing work with the hair! Federico Beauty Institute (http://federico.edu/) stepped up to the plate and did the rainbow-inspired makeup :].
The PGF team did a fantastic job showing the Gyaru/Gyaru-Hime looks that I was able to put together for the event!