|Finally! Something to watch on TV.|
I am so proud of Rona and Joy for being a part of this competition since it will definitely push them to their limits and will also showcase their craft on a much grander scale.
Rona and I arrived early on the venue because she doesn't want to be late. Since it's too early, I took photos to relieve myself from boredom.
|The early bird's eye view.|
I also loved the display of the show's mentors at the entrance. Their clothes clearly reflected their house's distinct aesthetic.
|John and Paul Herrera|
Unlike last year, this is the Mega YDC All-Stars Edition which means that aside from the 12 young designers, the show will also feature 4 established designers as their mentor throughout the competition. I'll elaborate on the show's format on my next entry which will be a recap/review of their first episode.
|House of Rogador|
Emir, Rona, and Adrian
|House of Quiñones|
Joy, Zendelle, and Brian (not in photo)
I also like that we will see more of Ms. G. Tongi on TV. I remember watching her on Piaf and I immediately loved her new look. That blonde hair is so fierce!
I also got excited when I realized that the Emmy Award-winning producer, Michael Carandang is working on this show. This only means two words: Good TV.
|(From left) Sari Yap, John and Paul Herrera, G Tongi, Puey Quiñones,|
Jeff Rogador, Meryll Yan, and Michael Carandang
After the program, I just have to have a photo op with Ms. G Tongi. She is so rocking her fabulous couture.
|Ronnie, Ms. G Tongi, Me and Joanna|
What's party without your friends right? Here are some pictures with my friends and the other contestants.
Viv, Ronnie, Me, and Joanna
|The young designers.|
Before going leaving the party, Mega also gave us some freebies. Who doesn't like freebies after a party?
Like what I said, my next post will be a recap/review of their first episode so please come back to read my insights about the show.
Au revoir for now!