Baby, we're not in Manila anymore . I kid you not when I say there are times when I want to smack myself on the face to see whether I'm awake or dreaming. Guess who recognized me from my infamous camel picture…
Unfortunately my dear readers, I don't remember the EXACT words we exchanged but it went something like this —
"And where do you live?" "Philippines." "You've come a long way!" "Yeahhh!!! Thank you so much for having me here!" "I know you. I have seen your photo. So you're the one in the camel!"
Not only Stefano Gabbana is good-looking, he's also super nice in real life and he definitely made me feel comfortable. J'adore!! OMG ang gwapo niya tumitili ang pek pek ko.
It's times like this that I want to scream to the entire world that I love my job, I love my job, I love my job.
Thank YOU so much to the wonderful and folks over at Dolce & Gabbana and Swide who took really good care of me and made everything possible. They even gave me a (very) quick tour of Metropol! I'll definitely cherish these moments! And yes, I would be love to join you guys again next season — womenswear!
Enough gushing… I have to work! More pictures, stories and backstage goodies from the show coming up.
By the meantime, check me out backstage at D&G Spring/Summer 2010.
I forgot to include a few more medicines but this photo pretty much sums up the past two days in Milan.
I've tried to get some rest in the past forty eight hours but it's not an easy feat when a million people are trying to reach you through every point of contact and you have all these things going on around you.
TBH, I was rather petrified at first that I might have caught the swine flu. I got sick a few days AFTER I've flown out but thank god I feel much, mucho better now. I still have a funky throat but it wasn't as bad as it was a few days ago.