Mothercare introduces a new maternity toiletry range called It’s Your Body—six products ranging from indulgent body creams to medical remedies.
Pamper that special mom-to-be with a stretch mark cream or oil (Php 399 each), bath milk (Php 499), or leg and foot cooling spritz (Php 349).
For new moms, the perineal cream (Php 399) and nipple cream (Php 399) will help soothe those sore areas.
Available in Mothercare stores at Greenbelt 5, Shangri-La Plaza, TriNoma, and opening soon at Abreeza Mall, Davao.
Two iconic brands have come together to create a unique collection of colorful flip-flops.
World-renowned Italian luxury fashion house, Missoni partners with Havaianas, one of the world’s most prominent names in casual fashion.
The result is three new designs—two for women, one for men—that combine Missoni’s famous zig-zag patterns with Havaianas’ bold summer colors.
Available in both Slim and Top straps, the limited edition collection features the distinctive white, red and green of Italy’s national colors with the trademark hues of green and yellow of the Brazilian flag.
Only 200 pairs of the “Missoni loves Havaianas” collection are available now at Adora, Greenbelt 5.
Each comes in an exclusively designed Missoni knit bag, made in Italy.
Only one pair can be purchased per customer at PHP 3,300/pair.
Calling all fashion lovers, artists and designers.
Are you looking to pursue a creative career path? Is Fashion Design your career goal? Are you an artist or designer in need of additional training or are you simply looking for a way to express your creativity?
Designer Fashion Workshops (DFW) is back for another session this June.
Check out their latest schedule and receive an early bird discount and don’t forget to mention Chuvaness when you enroll!
Designer Fashion Workshops are the brain child of design veterans Lulu Tan-Gan, Inno Sotto and Jojie Lloren.
The give you the edge and opportunity to learn more about fashion through the knowledge and experience of its faculty—all active industry players willing to share their first-hand knowledge and experience with their students.
DFW offers workshops for beginners to existing fashion designers, offering high-quality workshops taught by top-fashion professionals, such as:
Jojie Lloren—Flat Pattern Drafting and Draping
Pidge Reyes —Creative Sewing and Garment Sewing Joey Samson—Fashion Design
Robi Lolin—Fashion Illustration Millet Arzaga and Noel Manapat—Styling
Lulu Tan-Gan—Global Fashion and Knitting.
Mentor faculty is Inno Sotto for Introduction to Fashion Design, while guest faculty is Roy Gonzales who teaches Advanced Draping.
Yesterday I made sure to check out the restrooms at the arrival area of NAIA, Terminal 1.
The floor and wall panels certainly look “new”
Even though it has that old Japanese retro feel, kind of like those really old ’70s restrooms you can find in parts of Tokyo.
Somebody bothered to put plants. I’m not sure all of them are real.
Note the scary, retro lavatory and fixtures with left and right faucets, as if they didn’t know that more hygienic, hands-free, automatic sensor faucets exist.
This was inside the toilet stall, yes somebody bothered to decorate
Sad to say the toilet bowl is still retro (no offence to retro)
Tapos, walang tubig. See that giant blue, cracked drum of water there? The restroom attendant scoops water after each toilet use and flushes the toilet manually kasi no running water.
In fairness, she really did manage to keep the restroom odor-free. I really wish she had a fishbowl for tips because she really deserved to be rewarded for her efforts. That girl is waiting for her turn to use the toilet.
Can’t believe I enjoyed both flights, round-trip from MNL-SIN-MNL, as in I didn’t feel scared at all (okay maybe for 2 minutes on the way back). But Singapore Airlines is my new fave because Cathay Pacific had two scary incidents only this month.
Here are some pics from flying SQ:
Cause I rarely eat on the plane