The Shout Out Louds are announcing the release of their new album very uniquely to select friends, fans and press alike. In line with the Wintery season, they’ve decided to really go with the theme with a sort of transient, temporary art sculpture which you make yourself. Check out this video to hear your very first ice record, and [click here] if you want to hear their track in a more conventional format.
Currently I’ve been running around, what with taping for the new gma soap I’ve been doing and juggling writing as well as squeezing in as much gym time to ready myself for the growing number of Christmas parties I expect to attend. Need to offset some weight if I expect to fit into my clothes after the holidays.
I mentioned that it’s suit season a few days ago on the twitter, and perfect timing since I’m getting a bespoke suit made. Two more fittings (I know, it’s torture waiting) and it should be done before Christmas or New Year’s. I’ll update about that in the coming weeks.
December also means the Childhaus Christmas party, which Karylle is in charge of organizing with the help of Divine and Iza. Seeing those kids smiling is truly a lesson in gratitude. I’m hoping Christmas arrives as happily to everyone as I expect it to for myself and my loved ones. I’m also praying that the coming storm Pablo spares us from further loss of life.
I’m happy that I’ve been as busy as I am, and even though I’m guilty of sometimes biting off more than I can chew I always try to deliver what’s expected of me. Recently, I’ve also been featured as Nuffnang’s blogger of the month. Who knew my little blog could get their attention? (link here) I consider myself very lucky and blessed. Thank you to everyone who has continued to believe in me. This December looks bright I think, whatever the destination.
The awesome people from Primer invited myself and a few hand selected individuals from various publications and blogs to have lunch, hangout and get treated to a private fashion presentation put together by style impresario Luis Espiritu in collaboration with Bauhaus.
Cheap Monday, a long time favorite of mine was seen on the mannequins as well as on the shelves.
Some real live ones nice enough to pose for my camera. Love the detail on that Tough Jeansmith jacket.
Stella was a choice venue as the natural sunlight poured in and we got to see the clothes as they really were, no shortcuts. From the clothes on the mannequins, the racks and finally the models really made me wish that there were more stores in the metro like Bauhaus. Carrying one of my favourite swedish brands Cheap Monday, are among the reasons why I usually find myself spending a bit more time in their store, and find myself walking out with a purchase.
Racks on racks on racks. I wish this is how my closet looked, filled with Cheap Monday, Tough Jeansmith, and 80/20 Black Label.
Be sure to drop by their store when you’re in Shangri-La to check out the latest in high street and the most current ready to wear styles.
Really authentic and great detail on the patchwork denim of Tough Jeansmith.
Our gracious hosts, thank you!
Bauhaus – Facebook (click here)
Bauhaus Shangri-La Plaza – 2nd Level
Bauhaus Trinoma – level 3
Bauhaus Abreeza Davao – 2nd Level
Bauhaus Alabang Town Center – 2nd floor Garden Wing
+63(2) 552 28 96
Available also at select Bratpack stores!