A Walk in Tokyo

September 21, 2011 No comments

Last Sunday was amazing. I was given the chance to work with some very talented people on a fashion show that featured the different subcultures of Japanese street fashion. I was, of course, asked to represent mori girl. I didn't give it a second thought. I've been in love with J-fashion for the longest time, so it was pretty much a no-brainer.

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The fashion show happened right in the middle of SM Mall of Asia's main atrium, on a Sunday. On top of that, it was on the same day as three other events—Best of Anime, the Manila International Book Fair, and SM's 3-Day Sale. So yes, there were A LOT of people. A LOOOOT. Add that to me getting only less than four hours of sleep the night before, absolutely zero practice before the day itself, one of my shoe straps coming off a few minutes before the show, and me being NERVOUS AS HELL. I at least managed to do a clean walk, without tripping or anything. Thank God.

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I have to congratulate everyone on the team for such an amaaazing show. I think everyone did a fantastic job on the runway. Thank you for all your hard work! And to everyone who came to watch and support us during the show, thank you very much! It really means a lot to us ♥

A Walk in Tokyo is part of the complementary exhibition programming for Zero In X: A Decade of Collaboration, showing at SM MOA until September 24. This fashion show was held to also promote the world touring exhibit called Manga Realities. The exhibit will be running from August 16 to October 02, 2011 at the Ayala Museum located at Makati Avenue corner de la Rosa St. Greenbelt Park, Makati City.
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