The instant we saw fashion stylist Mercille Tiomico posted behind-the-scenes photos of stars like Piolo Pascual, Toni Gonzaga and goddess Cai Cortez for her movie project then entitled “Unlove You“, we knew it’s a must-see. And when we heard it’s directed by Olivia Lamasan and written by Carmi Raymundo, we knew it’s something to be experienced and discussed with good friends. Our first event for 2014 is set! Read More
Around this time of the year last year, Mitch and I had just announced that we’re starting 2013 with a swap meet. Looking back, we are teeming with gratitude that we received immense love and support to our events, namely swap meet, quiz night, Juana C. The Movie date, Glam Tales, Spooky-Oke Night and relief operation for Yolanda survivors in Guianan, Eastern Samar, and online gatherings like #UsapangCurvy and Pinay Curvies Swag blog link-up parties. Plus, we even surprised ourselves for surpassing our own target of 4 events in a year! Amazing! Read More
We’re still beaming with gratitude for all the helpful souls who joined us yesterday for our little relief operation for the Yolanda survivors, in spite of the short notice here. For those who were unable to participate, we hope you’re with us in prayers for our beloved brothers and sisters. We will let you know if there will be another gathering to extend help.
We still can’t believe that we’re turning one-year-old! Imagine, in a few weeks time, we can proudly participate to weekly merriment like #ThrowbackThursday and #FlashbackFriday. Seriously though, it brings us happy tears just thinking that our curvy community seems to be growing tight. In addition to that, the “outer world” recently took notice of our efforts. Read about our features on GMA News Online and POC. Amazing, right?
So, before I get too sappy, let me proceed to our little announcement. We are inviting YOU to join Spooky-oke Night! We ask you to come in your fab costumes (not necessarily Halloween-ish like manananggal or sparkling vampires) and join us sing our grateful hearts out in celebration of our first bloggiversary. It’s happening on October 26th, Saturday, 8pm to 12mn. You can confirm your attendance by sending us an email to [email protected]
Frequently Asked Questions:
1.) Do we really need to be in costumes?
Yes, yes, yes! The tribe has spoken.
2.) Do we get a prize for our costumes?
Of course! We’ll reward the 1.) best in costume and 2.) best singer of the night with a beso, among others.
3.) How much do we need to shell out?
We took care of the venue rental. Drinks and pica pica will be served.
4.) Will there be a corkage fee?
Unfortunately, there is.
5.) So how do we confirm our attendance? Can I confirm on my gal pals’ behalf?
Send us an email to [email protected] Please ask your friends to send us their confirmation email individually.
If you have other questions we missed to cover, please let us know!
Lornadahl: How would you describe your personal style?
Mercille: My personal style is classy yet sexy, glamorous. But will always prioritize comfortability.
Lornadahl: Name your fashion icons.
Mercille: Khloe Kardashian, Kate Middleton and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Lornadahl: What’s that one thing you will NEVER be seen in public?
Mercille: Basketball shorts!
Lornadahl: What got you started in the fashion industry?
Mercille: I started in the fashion industry while I’m still a fashion styling student. I got the opportunity to be a plus size fashion model for SM Department store and other brands.
Lornadahl: What projects did you work on and which celebrities have you styled before?
Mercille: I worked in print ads, styling some politicians, TV programs like ASAP, styled Julia Montes, Paolo Avelino, Joem Bascon in teleserye “Walang Hanggan“, styled Snooky Serna for “Angelito” and “Kahit Konting Pagtingin“, and now I’m styling Jodi Sta. Maria as her character Maya in teleserye “Be Careful with my Heart” and styling Toni Gonzaga, Piolo Pascual, Iza Calzado, Beauty Gonzales and our fellow plus size beauty Cai Cortez in their filming movie under Star Cinema.
Lornadahl: What’s your biggest challenge as a fashion stylist?
Mercille: My biggest challenge as a fashion stylist is to maintain to be harmonious and professional despite of fatigue and consecutive sleepless nights. It’s really a very hardworking job but everything is bearable if you love what you do.
Lornadahl: What’s your biggest accomplishment as a stylist?
Mercille: I got featured and interviewed in some TV programs, and be able to work with prime celebrities because it means they trust my craft.
Lornadahl: Is there anything else you’d like to achieve?
Mercille: I’d like to experience the fashion industry abroad. And have my own styling book.
Lornadahl: What should we expect on Glam Tales?
Mercille: I will share my thoughts and tips for my fellow curvy women to make size not a problem to be chic and fashionable.
Photos from Mercille Tiomico.