Thursday, October 1, 2009

Pictures from Victim À la Mode - 19th September 2009

Organized by collaborating colleges, HELP University College and SML Fashion Academy, Victim a la Mode was held in Mist Club with the purpose of raising funds for HELP Matriculation's Annual Ball as well as for charity to the Woman's Aid Organization. Victim a la Mode's aim was also to expose the everyday college student to the fashion industry and what is has to offer. It was held on the 19th of September 2009.

The event was emceed by 17-year-old Denise Chan, who's energy hyped up the crowd for the show.

The transformation begins...

The emcee, Denise

The show consisted of four segments, each from different designers. The first segment of the event featured Giordano's Fall/Winter 2009 line, which consisted of casual looks made up of jackets layered over graphic tees, everyday cardigans, essential jeans and sweaters with a fall colour pallete.

The second segment featured the creations of Rebellz, an online boutique established by 2 young designers, Phang Ju Nn and Ng Hui Jean. Rebellz's collection was made up of sexy cocktail dresses as well as evening gowns. The line featured is's latest collection, Savile, inspired by the Victorian times of elegant gowns covered with delicate lace. Now personally designed by the designers of Rebellz, they bring you the modern era of hand stitched lace designs on elegant party dresses and classy dinner wear, all made to cater to any body type. Do visit to view their latest collection launching on the 29th of September 2009.

8 young designers from SML Fashion Academy took their designs on the runway. The young designers took the show to a whole new level with 3 looks per designer, with the exception of Ivy Wong who showcased a 5 piece batik evening wear collection. All garments were specifically hand-sewn by the designers themselves.

And for the final segment of Victim a la Mode, Julia Leong showcased a 10 piece collection which included designs that bagged her the Best Casual Designer Award MIFA 08', and also pieces that made her a MODA Malaysia's Young Designer Competition Finalist as well as designs inspired by Nelson Mandela which got her into the finals of the Triumph Inspiration Award, an international lingerie design competition. Titled Mandela's Triumph, Julia's eccentric ideas were well implemented on her designs.

The event ended with emcee Denise Chan closing the show and the guests staying on to have a good time in Mist Club with DJ Double D of Traxx FM and Prem of FLY.FM & 8TV on the deck!

The young designers from SML Fashion Academy


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