Sunday, May 9, 2010

Embassy of Fashion

I was really thankful to get invitation to opening show of Embassy of Fashion - Botanic Poetry. Four designers - four collections: Natalja Lill, Ketlin Bachman-Põldroos, Riina Põldroos Aldo Järvsoo plus jewelry by Tanel Veenre.
The atmosphere was amazing - lighting, music, interior and loads of flowers everywhere! The dresses were as same beautiful.
My favourites were probably the spectacular headpieces and jewelry.

I took some snaps for you



 







And this was my outfit for the evening.. least my leggings matched with the theme. Also wore my new amethyst ring, it's even more bigger and heavier than the first one.
/I wore: self-made jacket, skirt and ring, leggings - vero moda, boots - vagabond/



24 comments:

  1. The head peice with the cream dress is amazing. I love that swirly detail, so textured.... Gorgeous. Lucky you!

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  2. I love the use of quilling in the headdresses I haven't seen that yet.

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  3. ma oleks ka tulnud aga mul oli mingi gaidide üritus.

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  4. Oh my God, you made that ring yourself?
    HOW????
    i love it!!

    Anne Sophie

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  5. Wow, I love the collection's 1980's/spring vibe!

    That ring is so amazing!

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  6. All of those are beautiful, I love the ring it's very pretty.
    Your outfit was really cute, I love the skirt and jacket especially.
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    Love Poppy
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  7. beautiful leggings:))) where from?
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  8. Wow those headpieces are amazing:)!!!
    And I ADORE your ring:)!!

    Cathy
    thestylestrutter.blogspot.com
    xxx

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  9. hi darliNG. hope you had a wonderful weekend. thanks for sharing these photos. I dig your looK. especially the skirt &the ring.

    xx ediot

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  10. :O love your blog so much!!! really!

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  11. Ma armastan seda sõrmust aga veel rohkem armastan ma sinu outfitti

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  12. oo! kust sa sellist tahumata ametüsti said?

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  13. I remember making paper quills in art class! How inventive to use the same technique for couture headwear. Gives me ideas...

    Tamia
    TheStyleSample

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  14. <3

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  15. I was wondering if you knew who did those amazing quilled headpieces?

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  16. Thank you

    @J.Christina Huh: They should be by Riina Põldroos
    @anonymous: Ametüsti sain ühest väiksest Tallinna vanalinna poest, kuhu juhuslikult sattusin.

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  17. kas selliseid sõrmuseid on võimalik sinukäest osta ka?

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  18. @anonymous: põhimõtteliselt küll, aga hetkel veel mitte. praegu ma alles töötan selle tehnoloogia kallal,kuidas neid teha, preagu seisab see kivi vaid super attacki abil so see pole just kõige turvalisem :D

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  19. seriously! that ring looks amazing!:O

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  20. hei:) kust su saapad, mis viimasel pildil, pärinevad?

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  21. @anonymous: Vagabondi omad, Kaubamajast. Ilmselt enam müügis ei ole, ostsin need juba Augustis ;)

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  22. have you thought aboout selling rings?

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  23. btw I just found out that the headpieces are really made out of paper!

    @Mari: I have but then I would have to work on my tehnique and quality first ;)

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