October 22, 2009
I have finally discovered an understanding for all the events in my life happening and occuring the way they did. I finally have understood my purpose here in life. The reason certain circumstances have occured, the reason why things have happened the way they have; tis no coincidence, I assure you; it is purely fate. I have finally discovered the reason why I have so many talents over so many areas, why I have takent he opportunities have in my life, why I have pursued so many different avenues: because God has determined that I will become a lifestyle brand. I completely have the talent to sing, dance, act, design, market, model, photograph, write, and improvise my way through every avenue out there. I have discovered why when I was interviewed by JCPenney they considered me a strong designer, but too varied in my desires of what it was I wanted to accomplish. The greatest feeling in life is truly understanding why you are here and what purpose everything has been for. Now, all I have to understand is how to do it. :/
October 19, 2009
Today is the start of the most productive days of my life to come. I woke up this morning to the most beautiful weather, the most fabulous walk to the park, and the best day of cooking, cleaning, illustrating ahead. As for my project? It is officially done. And I have pictures :)
On all other news fronts, there isn't too much else to report. I have my work cut out for me as far as my portfolio goes, so after the necessary improvements have been made, I will soon publish the result :)
P.S.: will talk fashion later! Lots to report!
October 7, 2009
I saw this and instantly had to post it. I came across it while Googling Barbie, I've actually found myself becoming more and more inspired by her with my fashions. I have been taking a look back lately and have realized I was inspired so much by my childhood things, more than I realized; for example, I draw a lot of styles are reminiscent of Barbie's fashions or of Sailor Moon's. It is very interesting how innate my inspiration has become. Check out these pics and how other designers have found Barbie to be inspiring:
Interesting, eh? In other news, I was told today to "kick it up a few notches, be patient, and be open" by my friend Michael. I suppose there is always some room for improvement. But in some weird sense he is always right. Oh well, back to the sewing machine...