I’m not very much into sweets but I really do like eating chocolates. I tend to eat chocolates whenever I study, since they give me the energy boost I need to keep myself awake when reading. However, eating chocolates can cost me a hefty amount of money from my school allowance. Good thing I discovered one that is locally made and is cheaper than most chocolates I crave!
Hello blog world! I got really busy with school that’s why I wasn’t able to post in months. I even missed a lot of launch parties, Christmas parties, and many other parties that include a lot of drinking haha. Anyway, I recently just got back from my BuDa trip.
The second Fashion Weekend Davao culminated with a fashion show showcasing the designs by the winners of last year’s Stellar fashion design competition, garments inspired by the 11 Kadayawan tribes of Davao by members of the Davao Fashion and Design Council (DFDC), and high-street fashion brands housed by Abreeza. The fashion show also showcased designs based on Ann Pamintuan’s award-winning furniture pieces, but those designs will be featured on my next post, so tune in for that! For now, I’ll start with the high-street luxe brands. (Side note, was happy I got to sit front row to take photos properly!)
Artwork – the childhood favorite. I’ve been a sucker for this brand since high school and it’s refreshing to see new designs other than the usual white printed tees.
Pyro just recently re-opened their doors with bigger dishes and new flavors. Pyro is an Asian Fusion Restaurant here in Davao City with a menu that’s pretty overwhelming that you’ll get second-thoughts at first, but when you get to try their dishes, you’ll regret having such second-thoughts.