TADASHI SHOJI S/S 2012 FASHION SHOW.

When I saw the dreamy tulip inspired runway and backdrop, I was already in love with the collection. The line was uber feminine with the perfect colors and patterns draped over beaded and embroidered fabrics. Very inspired by nature and the simple beauty of it all, Tadashi Shoji was my favorite show to date! It ended with a fantastic flowy chiffon one shoulder gown and I was truly in AWE. With a mix of STRIPES, LACE AND PASTELS the show had a very eclectic feel and definitely stayed true to the Seventies and Eighties! Truly beautiful collection.


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MSc in Media and Communications candidate through the London School of Economics & Political Science -- Master's of Science degree program. A Pennsylvania State University '11 graduate with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Relations with dual minors in Sociology and Business and Liberal Arts. I seek opportunities to gain the necessary career experience and tools pertinent to my professional growth. I have over three years of experience in the public relations sector. I have background in a variety of industries ranging from entertainment to sports to fashion. My main career aspiration is in the public relations field with an emphasis on lifestyle and branding entertainment. I possess skills and knowledge of public relations, corporate communications, media relations, event planning, fashion publicity, marketing, social media, crisis communications and the entertainment industry.

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