Saturday, January 15, 2011



 Juliana wearing wanpa Galaxy Batik collection 2010/2011

Juliana in Cave men collection 2010 / Zain Jacket by Cutecarry

***Styling by Jaydee Mohammad ( nstp) &  the credits mention shud be dedicated to the nStp photographers


Dolce &Gabbana  winter 2012

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Body Smart Dressing

Body Smart  Dressing

How to Work with Your Curves
Dress for the size you are—not what you want to be or once were! Work with what you have! Own it.
-Dress from the inside out. A well-fitting bra and shapewear will camouflage all lumps and bumps.Clothes should skim your body, not cling to it like sausage casing! Think high-waist, wide trousers, and A-line or flared skirts.
-Don't cover your curves! Big clothes on big bodies only make you look bigger.
-Skirts should end just before or under the kneecap. Your legs will look longer.
-Shorter, fitted jackets will also flatter your legs—and waist
-Avoid elasticized waistbands. They might be comfortable, but they add bulk to your midsection.
-Keep necklines open. A deep V- or scoop neck lengthens your neck.
-A dress with a belt will cinch you in, focusing attention on your smaller waist.
-Wide feet need to be counterbalanced with wide heels. A thinner heel only draws attention to your wider foot.



Crystal Renn, plus-size model

"I'm very proud of my hourglass figure now," says Renn, 23, author of the eating disorder memoir Hungry. In this gown, no curve goes unnoticed. The black lace over a blush slip is sophisticated but sexy; the skirt's mermaid flare plays to Renn's love of dramatic shapes.

If you're curvy...
    • Show off your shoulders. They're pretty no matter what size you are.
    • Lengthen the lower body. This flared hem offsets the hips (they'd look wider if the skirt tapered all the way down).
    • Look for structure. Don't let your small waist get lost in something loose or boxy.
    • Create a diversion. A strapless or one-shoulder style draws the gaze upward—a smart tactic if you carry most of your weight on the bottom.

  • TALL

    L'Wren Scott, designer

    "I've spent my life obsessing about silhouette, shape, and proportion," says fashion designer Scott, who is 40-something and 6'3". She believes in clothes that "transcend the day-night difference"—like this exquisitely fitted leaf-pattern sheath. And a hemline at or below the knee is a Scott signature.

    If you're tall...
    • Be fussy about fit. Sleek is best; lots of fabric over a large area starts looking like a circus tent.
    • Experiment with prints. They make a long, lean body seem curvier.
    • Be wary of minis. They can make you look as if your skirt shrunk.
    • Choose eclectic shoes. Stilettos? Sure, but kitten heels and pointy flats are cool, too.
    • Go wide. Horizontal details that shorter women avoid—square necks, ankle-strap shoes, crosswise stripes—are fine for you.


    Donna Weinbrecht, Olympic skiing gold medalist

    Growing up, Weinbrecht, 44, wanted to look like a dancer, petite all over. But a career skiing moguls gave her a strong—and hard to fit—lower half. With time, she's changed her mind. "Now I celebrate my body for what it allowed me to become and do," she says. Weinbrecht, currently a coach and mentor for young athletes, adores the "here I am!" vibe of this empire-waisted silk stunner. Its unique pleating masterfully draws the eye away from a wider bottom, and it included an excellent surprise: "I don't dress up much, so I wasn't sure what to do with my hands," Weinbrecht says, "The pockets made it feel comfortable. Like me."

    If you're pear-shaped...
    •Show some leg. Above-the-knee hems give the illusion of length.

    •Shift the focus up. Attention-grabbing necklines are especially flattering for this shape.

    •Wrap it up. Wrap and faux-wrap dresses (like the style above) hold you in up top and conceal on the bottom.

    •Choose to skim. A-line shapes slide over hips, creating balance.


    Gabourey Sidibe, actress

    Sidibe, 26, the breakout star of Precious, the acclaimed indie film about an abused Harlem teenager, is discovering the difficulties of dressing for the red carpet. "There are not a lot of options for girls my size," she says. But this gorgeous dress and arm-camouflaging sequin capelet are youthful, chic and slimming. "I feel sexy in clothes that cup me at the bust, then fly out," says Sidibe.

    If you're full-figured...

    •Draw the eye up. A show of skin at the neck or chest shifts the focus from body to face.

    •Support yourself. Invest in a good bra with convertible straps (so you can wear it invisibly under a variety of necklines).

    •Keep it simple. Eschew ruffles and frills, which add bulk.

    •Stay in the black. We're not saying zero color, but deeper, darker tones take off pounds.

    •Layer lightly. A coat or jacket will make you look bigger; a capelet or shawl offers equally good coverage without tacking on inches.


    Sherri Shepherd, actress

    This flirty dress is brightly colored but discreetly cut. "It does not scream, 'Hey, big boobs!'" says Shepherd, 42, cohost of The View; star of Sherri, a Lifetime sitcom; and author of Permission Slips: Every Woman's Guide to Giving Herself a Break. A skirt with inverted pleats keeps her hips looking narrow.

    If you're busty...

    •Stick to one shade. It creates a head-to-toe sweep of color, so you look longer and slimmer.

    •Contain yourself. If wearing a tank, choose wider straps, which allow for a more supportive bra. Avoid strapless or backless dresses.

    •Don't go with the flow. Tailored clothes that give the body a clear silhouette are more becoming.

    •Stretch out. Establish a strong vertical line with pleats, seams, or long necklaces and scarves.


    Karolina Kurkova, model
    "I'm thrilled with my bump," says Kurkova, 25. She likes that her romantic dark teal dress is not skintight but sexy, outlining her swelling belly. And the bias-cut velvet is stretchy enough to accommodate it.

    If you're pregnant...

    •Go Grecian. Draping is good; you want to show off your belly, not broadcast every detail.

    •Define your shape. Baggy makes you look bigger; Kurkova belts looser clothes under her stomach or beneath her breasts.

    •Don't cover up. Bare skin is sensual; you don't have to be shy about exposing great legs or lovely arms.

    •Think colorfully. Consider deep, rich shades—they're more flattering than brights or metallics.

    •Borrow his stuff. Kurkova likes to go out for dinner in black leggings, a white shirt of her boyfriend's, and a tuxedo jacket.


    Lauren Zalaznick, TV executive

    This tuxedo dress—great over leggings or opaque hose—reflects Zalaznick's preference for neutral shades and sculptural shapes. At 46, the president of NBC Universal Women and Lifestyle Entertainment Networks believes that dress-up clothes shouldn't stray too far from your everyday wardrobe. "My basic colors are gray and off-white," she says. "My evening look is a shinier version—metallic or satin—of that palette."

    If you're long-waisted...

    •Sharpen color contrasts. Break up the length of your body with a stark pairing, like black and white.

    •Relocate the waist. The dress narrows to a deep vee just above her natural waist, then flares out, creating a whole new silhouette.

    •Think big. Architectural construction—defined shoulders; sculptured-looking ruffles—won't swamp a tall, lean figure.

    •Play up the legs. Let them be seen.

    •Go for bold jewels. Delicate accessories disappear on a stretched-out body. Instead, think cocktail rings or chunky, extravagant bracelets.

    Alexander McQueen Spring 2011

    Vogue 2011
    Lily Donaldson, Sasha Pivovarova, Caroline Trentini, Miirte Maas, Patricia van der Vliet


    SARAH BURTON took on a great challenge tonight in presenting the first Alexander McQueen catwalk collection since the designer Lee’s death in February and the result was a show laden with emotion that was made even more remarkable because of how right she got it.
    The sparse, stripped back presentation of a standard catwalk in the Palais de Tokyo, on bare floorboards with grass emerging from between them, immediately set an entirely different approach to the McQueen spectaculars for which he was so famous and so celebrated.
    As well as acting as a fitting, respectful setting, the format made the statement that this was something starting anew. It also acted as a natural starting point for a collection inspired by nature that, while it was full of McQueen trademarks and ideas, had a very different and far more optimistic sensibility about it.
    Burton said before the show that she didn’t feel she was as dark as McQueen, and the dresses today – featuring the same McQueen exaggerated, stiffened silhouettes – had a lightness of subject matter despite being as brilliantly and painstakingly constructed. Gold painted corn ears made up incredible regal dresses with trains of pheasant feathers, stunning butterfly print dresses had feathery butterflies clustering out of the necklines and silk ivy coated in black or gleaming gold grew around nude sheaths.
    Bandaged chiffon dresses fell in degradé from black to cream or featured age-burnt sepia prints, dramatic sleeveless cream waistcoats had manes of horsehair swinging down the back and heavy gold brocade suits had dressage fringing at the neck and hems.
    White broderie anglaise dresses featuring beautiful sculpted corset belts of stiff golden leaves and white military frock coats or fit and flare dresses of rich colourful brocades had splits at each shoulder or open seams down the inside of the arm. Nothing was quite as it seemed on first glimpse – which is always the McQueen way.
    “I thought it was amazing and as if the McQueen woman had been unshackled somehow, she was freer than before,” said Alexandra Shulman. “Sarah’s done brilliantly – and now it will be interesting to see where she moves it on from here because the McQueen woman was rather complicated and dark - and there was nothing dark about that collection.”
    Michael Jackson’s I’ll Be There played Burton out to her standing ovation and us back out into the Parisian rain, many in tears - the extraordinary poignancy of the Alexander McQueen story once again breathtaking.


    Lady GaGa

    2010 : Daging Dress


    Yes, Lady Gaga's meat dress was made of real meat

    Tuesday, January 11, 2011



    AJL 25 Vs ASK 2010 - Siapa lebih hebat?Scha Al-Yahya & Datuk Siti Nurhaliza

    Kali pertama memandang Scha dengan gaun hebat rekaan WanPa kala ke ASK 2010 lalu, mata Detektif Stailista terpana seketika. Lebih mengejutkan lagi bila Datuk Siti turut memilih WanPa ketika ke AJL 25 sebagai pembuka lembaran 2011. Tiada lagi batu-batuan atau hiasan manik, cuma draping beralun sebagai pengganti - Haswari Ali,

    Eja & Diana Danielle

    Susuk Diana Danielle memang serasi dengan rekaan WanPa. Bagaimana pula dengan Eja? Bila diperhatikan semula, sudah macam tikar mengkuang pun ada. Mungkin WanPa tidak perlu terlalu kreatif terutama di atas tubuh kecil molek dan wajah manis seperti Eja -Haswari Ali,


    11.1.11 @ The Weld~Celebrities & Green CheongSam Showcase

    Semalam telah berlangsung Celebrities & Green CheongSam Showcase kat the Weld dimana menggabungkan lebih 30 celebriti wanita yg cun melecun dri yg baru hinggalah yg tahap diva. yang tingtong pun ada ..tak faham.. hihi. semua pakai cheongsam hijau. Ada Erra fazira Nasha Aziz Fazura Erma Hasmi ( in wanpa) n ramai lagi.Even cukup meriah walaupun ada yang mengadu terpaksa berdiri sepanjang program tu berlangsung.

    Antara celebriti yang hadir .semua hijau .most of them are wearing taditional cheongsam as we can see in the picture... teteibe terselit Erma Hasmi yg bajunye tak berapa nak cheongsam pada hari itu..well...

    Erma Hasmi pakai baju wanpa hari tu.this is our interpretation of cheongsam..modern cheongsam.

     still mengekalkan trademark cheongsam iaitu pada kolarnya...

    menerima tempahan baju raya baju nikah baju suka2 sila hubungi kami.tq  wan 012-2386148 rashid 019-6690717



    The cheongsam is a female dress with distinctive Chinese features and enjoys a growing popularity in the international world of high fashion.
    The name "cheongsam," meaning simply "long dress," entered the English vocabulary from the dialect of China's Guangdong Province (Cantonese). In other parts of the country including Beijing, however, it is known as "qipao", which has a history behind it.
    When the early Manchu rulers came to China proper, they organized certain people, mainly Manchus, into "banners" (qi) and called them "banner people" (qiren), which then became loosely the name of all Manchus. The Manchu women wore normally a one-piece dress which, likewise, came to be called "qipao" or "banner dress." Although the 1911 Revolution toppled the rule of the Qing (Manchu) Dynasty, the female dress survived the political change and, with later improvements, has become the traditional dress for Chinese women.
    Easy to slip on and comfortable to wear, the cheongsam fits well the female Chinese figure. Its neck is high, collar closed, and its sleeves may be either short, medium or full length, depending on season and taste. The dress is buttoned on the right side, with a loose chest, a fitting waist, and slits up from the sides, all of which combine to set off the beauty of the female shape.
    The cheongsam is not too complicated to make. Nor does it call for too much material, for there are no accessories like belts, scarves, sashes or frills to go with it.
    Another beauty of the cheongsam is that, made of different materials and to varying lengths, they can be worn either on casual or formal occasions. In either case, it creates an impression of simple and quiet charm, elegance and neatness. No wonder it is so much liked by women not only of China but of foreign countries as well.

    Monday, January 10, 2011

    Dato Siti

    Majlis Harijadi Siti Nurhaliza ke 32

    Selamat hari jadi Dato siti 11.1.11.semoga panjang umur n cepat dapat baby.terima kasih sudi jemput kami ke majlis yg sungguh vass!!! n Tq sudi pakai wanpa. Love u.

     Birthday girl in wanpa

     Sempat nyayi few song ..memang best... baju yg Dato pakai ni disiapkan kurang dari 6 jam.kul 12 baru nak ptg kain .bangun lambat hahah.tapi Alhamdulillah semua or .walaupun terpaksa marathon dari jalan yang jam nak ke marriot.macam merentas desa pulak!

     Dato K

    Faizal Tahir

     Dato n wanpa
    Dato n Cutecarry . mlm tu cute carry macam nak pitam n merenget2 bila tgk ramai org bawak beg chanel , dior ,ysl...hihi
    Tq Kak Rozi n Rashid sebab jempu kami bertiga!