Monday, January 30, 2012

FROM PERRY TO PEROU (PART 2)

So here goes the conclusion of my "From Perry to Perou" post. Since we're done with Katy Perry (even though I'm still not over her yet), it's time for Mr.Perou!

The Status Magazine x Perouvian Wasteland Exhibit was held at Ayala Museum on the same day Prestige Philippines had a meet and greet with Katy Perry. I hope you already knew that I spent the early and best part of the day waiting while standing in line (plus more waiting!) for the popstar to arrive at SM MoA that's why I wasn't able to drop by at the exhibit. But you know what they say, It's quality time over quantity spent that matters. That's why I decided to still pay respect to the commitment I made by dropping by at least to the after party that was held at Robot Restaurant & Lounge in Makati. Who would've thought that the "real" action is gonna happen that night at Robot?



We (Ava, Gersh and Melai) were the first to arrive at the venue since it's too late for us to go to the exhibit at the Ayala Museum. It was my first time to go to Robot and I must say that what they (the owners) did to the area was mind blowing! I tell you that it's every (fashion) bloggers paradise for outfit shots! Check this out…
Topman v neck shirt, Zara buttoned long sleeved shirt, Lee white stretch jeans, Converse purple Chucks




The lights and everything else that sparkled was plain genius! And I'm bias with the food since I love Japanese! More photos…
Ang cute lang ni Nicole (sandwiched by Jonessa and Leynard)
Ava and Gersh
Danica Magpantay = Hot!
another hot model, Pauline Prieto with a friend
…and with Mr.Perou himself!




If you've read my previous post, I mentioned that Mr.Perou and Katy Perry are friends and that their tweets can attest to that. Here's the proof…



I also mentioned that they got the chance to work together right? So here's more proof…



That's it! That's the end of my post. From Perry to Perou, a day with two internationally celebrated personalities. A day with Katy Perry and Mr.Perou.

Last four photos grabbed from http://www.perou.co.uk/

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