LA Designer Creates PPE for an Airline, Doctors and Consumers!

Style takes to the skies and COVID-19 cannot stop it! On this week’s episode of Keeping it Krischic’s pandemic special, Quarantelling Stories (more explanation about it in this post), I chatted with LA Designer Puey Quiñones about his stylish line of PPE for AirAsia Doctors and eventually… consumers! The style savant who has been featured in Harper’s Baazar,Continue reading “LA Designer Creates PPE for an Airline, Doctors and Consumers!”

Emmy-Nominated Costumes Showcased at FIDM Museum

Photos by Alex J. Berliner/ABImages If A Series of Unfortunate Events led us to these larger-than-life television costumes, where a sky-blue gown blooms with embroidered whispers of a garden, well then they were worth it. My blogger bestie, Mari Makatsaria and I were like giddy girls in a costume confectionary at FIDM Museum’s 13th AnnualContinue reading “Emmy-Nominated Costumes Showcased at FIDM Museum”

A Couture Tour with Krischic: Guo Pei in Orange County

For Chinese couture designer, Guo Pei, sartorial stories were her rebellion. Santa Ana’s Bowers Museum, which is currently hosting a retrospective of the designer’s work, is an assurance that her story is amplified in one of the capitals of Western Culture and fashion: the west coast. The couturier was born in Beijing in 1967, aContinue reading “A Couture Tour with Krischic: Guo Pei in Orange County”

Marcell Von Berlin: The Hottest New Designer in LA You Need to Know About

You never know when that celebrity that you spot at a trendy restaurant and attempt to snap a picture of will become one of your clients. Just ask designer, Marcell Pustul the creator of Marcell Von Berlin, the street-meets-couture brand for men and women that has been worn by members of Hollywood’s finest: Alessandra Ambrosio,Continue reading “Marcell Von Berlin: The Hottest New Designer in LA You Need to Know About”

Commes [des Garçons] with me to the MET’s Costume Institute

Since the genesis of my fashion affinity, I’ve dreamed of attending the Met Gala–of paying tribute to the designer or theme of the night–turning into, quite frankly animated art. Fashion is an art form in and of itself, one whose wearer brings it to life. It becomes a part of the person and the personContinue reading “Commes [des Garçons] with me to the MET’s Costume Institute”