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Have you heard of the twin spiky domes otherwise known as The Esplanade theatre in Singapore which have been compared to another Singaporean delight - smelly pong pong Durian. If you ever get a chance to see The Esplanade theatre's actual life form, it will strike you as a set of gross house fly compound eyes, consisting of thousands of individual photoreception units or thorny spoke-like windows. Some of my favourite pieces include the Lipsy Jewel Ruched Bustier Dress which reminds me of Spring Summer 2009 stained cathedral glass, crystals and insect-prints Alexander McQueen collection. The black mini skirts and net panel tights resemble Roberto Cavalli's Fall Winter 2009 collection of lace up suede pants/ leggings and grommet ridden skirts.
Designers take many inspirations to mould and form their outfits and the best pieces are often a Hybrid of Ideas.
Here is my interpretation of the Hybrid of Ideas original designers have taken in to create beautiful pieces (from bottom to top):
Honeycomb + Sequins (Skirt)
Pearls + Swarovski crystals + Chrome plated skulls (Ring)
Multicolour + Leopard prints (Dress)
Mirrored Gem Prints + Sexy bustier (Dress)
Lizard scales + Black (Tights)
Red Rouge + Embroidery (Shakespearean Top)
Boat + Wedge (Platform Boots)
Red Alert+ Slabs of Black (Dangerous Bee Sweater Dress)
Leather Cut Sandals + Tarnished Grommets (Shoes)
Cute Platform + All Over Studs (Shark Head Mary Janes)
Black Satin + White Gems (Sharp Edged Skirt)