It was perfection! The costumes, the choreography, the dancers, the MUSIC. Filled my hear with ultimate joy. My previous post on Cinderella (2015) AND this year’s performance by Ballet Manila, has made Cinderella my ultimate favorite princess. This was Ballet Manila’s first take on the production, with original choreography from no other than Lisa Macuja-Elizade (she also played the Fairy Godmother!) Click here for behind the scenes!
I brought along my mom and dad for the first time, and they LOVED it! My brother also enjoyed the detailed set designs, pointing out the moving hand on the clock about to stroke midnight! This production is by far my favorite, and I am so proud of Ballet Manila. They bring the best of ballet to Filipinos!
I had a Cinderella inspired outfit. Basically, I realized I had a dress that matched the Cinderella shade. Added pearls and a black ribbon and my favorite black coat.
Have a look at my video of the show:
The BenCab Museum near Baguio City was so much fun. Aside from the vast collection of Ben, our guide Ryan gave us a unique experience through the museum. He himself is very artistic, taking our smart phones and incorporate the art into our photos.
My photos are taken in the erotica section, where there are interesting works of art on the…well art of sex. It’s a very popular feature in this museum.
Obsessed with mermaids, finding this bag was a dream. Abby Jocson has numerous quirky designs from pineapples to hearts. My belt is from Pattye’s Closet, a vintage boutique in Glendale. It was a score (at just $10). The swallows are classic. Something from Sailor Jerry, or any flash tattoo design.
Taken at the BenCab Museum,Benguet
How fun is this?
A friend took his family’s classic Volkswagon Beetle into a piece of canvas. And he didn’t keep it all to himself, rather he invited us to splash on our creativity! This was possible by adding a layer of foiling allowing us to freely brush on our ideas without ruining the vintage beauty.
A project for an exhibit with the theme of “break”. This is where we paint on anything we associate with the word! Gathered together on the street we went crazy with designing anything on our minds.
My design became a mini mural. Keeping in mind of the theme, I thought of designing a mermaid. I love mermaids and their tale of beauty and viciousness. Their struggle with the power of freedom definitely gave me the inspiration for “break”.
I brought along my brother who had a great time. And it was fun seeing friends get artsy!