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  • Interview with the Beautiful Nila Palacios!

    Interview with the Beautiful Nila Palacios!

    Author: Lavender Nila Palacios, the gorgeous Latina designer has been taking the fashion world by storm with her beautiful dance inspired clothing lines. Her sexy cuts and breathable fabrics are what made her collections so popular amongst local dancers and celebrities! Want to know a little more about this successful fashion designer? Read on or […]

  • Interview with Chermaine Poo

    Interview with Chermaine Poo

    Author: Lavender   I’m sure you ladies are all familiar with the beautiful TV personality Chermaine Poo! An investment banker turned actress/ model/ TV host, Chermaine is not just a pretty face. In fact, she is both beauty and brains! Interested in hearing more about her and her views on the entertainment industry? Read on […]

  • Why Can’t You Score That Job? Part II

    Why Can’t You Score That Job? Part II

    Author: Elise   Hey guys! So here is the second part of our two part article on why you’re having trouble scoring the job you want. Last week we mentioned that even your handshake and be a problem and affect your employers’ impression of you. And that is very, very true. Your handshake is extremely […]

  • Why Can’t You Score That Job? (Part I)

    Why Can’t You Score That Job? (Part I)

    Author: Elise   You’ve done everything right. You’re wearing the right outfit that looks smart and sharp, you’ve got your resume and your certs compiled nice and neat in a folder for easy reference, you arrived at the interview ahead of time, you think you answered every question the interviewer asked you well. So why […]

  • The Rising of Netpreneurs: Opportunity to Showcase Your Products

    The Rising of Netpreneurs: Opportunity to Showcase Your Products

    Two exciting events happening this whole month of  November in conjunction for GEW, Global Entrepreneurship Week! As some of you know, emmagem.com is a proud committee member of Gorgeous Geek (GG). This time around, we are involved in a series of , well two really , entrepreneurial based programs, 1st is NST’s training for soon to be netpreneurs […]

  • Emmagem Exclusive: Interview with Jonathan Liang

    Emmagem Exclusive: Interview with Jonathan Liang

    An interview with Jonathan Liang, young designer who had his first showing at London Fashion Week recently which we featured his collection recently. Hi,  Jonathan, what do you think sets you apart from the other designers? I believe everyone is different and that what sets us apart are our minds. Who or what inspired you to create? Anyone […]

  • Emmagem Exclusive: Interview with Jattinn Kochhar, The Designer with A Presence

    Emmagem Exclusive: Interview with Jattinn Kochhar, The Designer with A Presence

    emmagem had the privilege of a long distance telcon interview with Jattinn recently at his design studio.

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    We talked about his latest development and also about the fashion industry in general, MIFW and his philosophy about life. This multi-talented designer, not just designs clothes , but he paints and exhibits in his spare time and he is also involved in  all kinds of ventures; next year he will be going to Japan for a fellowship.  He has won many accolades and awards in India for his work as  a designer, (he won the Lycra Design Partner Award consecutively for the last four years)  , for his  charity works and contribution in academics of fashion. He has anchored and guest anchored television shows where his styling and conceptualizing was involved.  Jattinn also writes on fashion and lifestyle related topics for some leading dailies on fashion and lifestyle like the Hindustan Times and Times of India. His corporate clients’ list reads like the Who’s Who of white collar India.

    This self taught designer who designs  for the A listers but also  finds it equally if not  more challenging and fulfilling when he is able to design for people  from all walks of life and all shapes and sizes ,which is why he takes on designing highly specialized uniform projects with some of the more important companies in New Delhi like the EMRI (Emergency Medical Research Institute) , their equivalent to 911 or Malaysia’s 991.

  • Emmagem Exclusive: Interview with Ahmad Shareza

    Emmagem Exclusive: Interview with Ahmad Shareza

    October 15th , is the launch of the new Maybank2U site and it is quite an awesome site (yeah, we know, we tested it) as it is user friendly and has a lot more  features than the previous one. It is also a nicer looking updated version and caters to all ages, tech savvy or otherwise. […]

  • Emmagem Exclusive: Tutu DIY

    Emmagem Exclusive: Tutu DIY

    Author: Karenmarie

    Tutu underneath the flare dress from Abiferrin

    Remember the House Bunny Movie Tickets Contest? We asked readers to send in a picture of themselves wearing something pink. A reader, Tammy, who calls herself Miu because of the brand MiuMiu and the love of cats sent in a very interesting picture of her boyfriend wearing a Tutu.

    Tutu’s are awesome. They can be worn just for fun or can be worn underneath skirts to make them look puffy. Just make sure your tutu is puffy enough and can stand the skirt’s weight 😀 You’ll look all flirty and playful with a tutu underneath your dresses. Tres cute!

    Miu made a tutu all by herself with the help of some online tutorials. She has agreed to share with us the how to’s and so we went on to ask her a few questions about why she made the Tutu, her fashion picks and get to know Miu in person :)

    Why do you call yourself Miu?

    During school days, my girlfriends would use designer/branded names as our “calling name”. So I chose Miu (MiuMiu) which sounded like Mew (cat) I love cats!

    Why did you make a Tutu?

    It started because my bf had to wear a tutu for our friend’s wedding (u know the games/stunts bride’s girlfriends would make the guys do so that they’ll let the groom in to see the bride). We went looking in Klang Valley for a tutu but could not find any that’s affordable or comes in sizes that my bf could wear. It dawn on me I could make my own, as my mom used to make costumes too when I was a kid. So I figure I could make one myself.

    How did you make the Tutu?

    I made my tutu by tying strips of netting on a long ribbon (which is used to tie around the waist like a belt).  It’s a bit difficult to explain in words so I have a simple diagram showing how I tie it.