Sucker Punch!

“Sucker Punch” is an epic action fantasy that takes us into the vivid imagination of a young girl whose dream world provides the ultimate escape from her darker reality. Unrestrained by the boundaries of time and place, she is free to go where her mind takes her, and her incredible adventures blur the lines between what’s real and what is imaginary. She has been locked away against her will, but Babydoll (Emily Browning) has not lost her will to survive. Determined to fight for her freedom, she urges four other young girls–the outspoken Rocket (Jena Malone), the street-smart Blondie (Vanessa Hudgens), the fiercely loyal Amber (Jamie Chung) and the reluctant Sweet Pea (Abbie Cornish)–to band together and try to escape their terrible fate at the hands of their captors, Blue (Oscar Isaac), Madam Gorski (Carla Gugino) and the High Roller (Jon Hamm). Led by Babydoll, the girls engage in fantastical warfare against everything from samurais to serpents, with a virtual arsenal at their disposal. Together, they must decide what they are willing to sacrifice in order to stay alive. But with the help of a Wise Man (Scott Glenn), their unbelievable journey–if they succeed–will set them free. Definitely the costume design and the music that dramatized this sci-fi movie, the wardrobe was designed by Michael Wilkinson , the same from 300, Tron Legacy and Breaking Dawn…

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DIY C20 (indonesian) Fashion

DIY Talk #6: Fashion
Saturday 22 Oktober 2011, 5 pm

Panelist:
Kanya (VRY)
Marsha (kimilatta)
Ariani Widagdo (Arva School)
Era Hermawan (Tempat Biasa)
Alek Kowalsky (Ore Premium Store, allthethingsivedone)
Felkiza Vinanda (Surabaya Fashion Carnival)
Camomile Nungki (house of laksmi)

Moderator:
Linartha Darwis

DIY talk day 6 was a record-breaking of the number of panelists and most complete of the various aspects of fashion. Ranging from designer fashion, accessories, bloggers, retailers, and academicians, all the panelists here have the same passion to the world of fashion.

DIY Screening: Bill Cunningham: New York (2010)

A cinematic profile of the noted veteran New York City fashion photographer. Cunningham’s enormous body of work is more reliable than any catwalk as an expression. This video is truly inspiring, and trigger me to continue what I’ve been doing on documenting the street style.

We are now talking about “it” that I’ve always passionate about..it’s fashion..highlighting to the same topic in  DIY  of which related to the attitude and condition in Indonesia specially Surabaya..then come to the questions about the treatment of people in Surabaya against fashion, which is vivid when you were in the streets seeing how people around you dressed then you’ll conclude that not many are sensitive to fashion, these people are definitely thinking more about the function rather than the style of clothes. However the phenomenon  today is the proliferation of distribution, retail, blogs, fashion schools. Those become evidence that they actually liked fashion and not a few who entered the field, ranging from business to education.

(left to right) Alek Kowalsky, Ariani Widagdo, Era Hermawan

Visage and Vogue

After the show was over I engaged with my 7D and started documenting the visage and vogue of the guests that night. The first ‘Fashion Fierce’ was apparently my own friend at high school-Era. She wore dream catcher that flourish to her entire style. She Fashioned Bohemian and Native American style. So western I like it!

Then we had Novity in all black..the young fashion fierce brought us to the new height of Surabaya fashion..by wearing the color dark in her entire look, she managed to escape from boredom by adding vintage shade as a necklace while wearing the other one and she slung her small purse to balance the overlook. Smashing!

The panelist-posing with style-second from the right is Kanya

Kanya went wild and edgy

black leather bag and Oxford shoes…so British

Andri with baggy pants and oversized cardigan

what we’ve got here…Mr.Sherlock Harris tribute to his future wife Era..

..and the old school Anna Wintour..the lanky fashionista has  a provocative inner beauty behind her simplicity style

DIY Urban Art at C20

It’s a summer -like evening when the sky is red and the sweat is coming out all over the place, that’s when we (me n my hubby) arrive at C20 library at Dr. Sucipto street. I’ve never been to this place before, I thought it was formal place, you know.. you meet guys with pants and shirt and all that stuff??-but no, it’s a place when you can hang out loose with your friends, smoking around, gets nerdy or even just taking photograph like I do while waiting

…go inside then you’ll discover the knowledge..it’s all about design and general learning…humanities dominate this library content..

hours of waiting, humidity and hot pavement creates hallucinations of oasis..water…and…snack..

Finally..people start to gather up and Kathleen (The Owner of C20 Library) opens the show, and it starts…I must admit that this show is dominated by men, when we talk about art there is no way to women to take role into, the weaker sex is always be an object of art…it’s rarely to find a woman has a name imprinted among the male artists..but we (me and Dinar) are sitting in front of them yelling girl power and feminine enthusiastic.

We are like vigorous girls among these boys, talking straight up about our passion to make arts. The topic is about the relevance of art work we’ve been doing on with urban art. It’s about us, ours and hours we have spent to create masterpieces whether  by conventional media or using public space as a media to express our mind about this city-Surabaya. Brangerous (me and Dinar),Komunitas Bunuh Diri (X-Go Warhol), Nudeface (Redi Murti) and  Street Art Surabaya (Rizky) are ‘battling argument’  into one mind that Surabaya has its own style in responding the urban problems..and it all happen because of respect for one another..One big idea that is delivered from tonight’s long discussion is a documentation. We are all the low art actors should understand the risk that  the masterpieces we produced are shortly abandoned, forgotten or event banished replaced by others, compares to high art that hanging beautifully on the gallery wall eternally like Picasso or Van Gogh.

Thinking for a while..before getting pointed-again- by (pak)Obed to share my opinion..

Last but not least thank you to my hubby and his dedication documenting these..love you babe!

for more info log on to www.c2o-library.net

Celebrates for Ko(kolaps)

Today is time to announce the winner IMC for KOKOLA Wafer & Biscuit on P 3rd floor. Unfortunately the event thematized with “4Lay Pengen Menang” didn’t actually go well when the client that supposed to come and announce the winner by them self didn’t show up yet the show was so utter a shot. It was all bcoz these bunch of finalist girls pulled of the theme that day as 4Lay Pengen Menang.

Though the client had unilaterally cancel their coming to the show that caused a no no shorts the finalist seemed to enjoy their time, including me…tried to be 4lay…

Mmm..eye see

The must wear items are my Maybeline mascara “Stiletto” and shadow liner “Eye Studio”. They give definition to my eyes and characterized them, well since they’re so narrow and  lash less..I put these eye wear kit for the last touch before I go to work, actually I wear them just about every time I go outside..Extreme Stiletto I bought for 95,000 IDR and  ” 2-IN 1 Impact Shadow Liner Eyestudio” for 60,000 IDR.

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