Sunday, February 26, 2012

I am on TV!

The Star TV, that is, hehe.


Sometime ago, Belinda from The Star contacted me to shoot a fashion video about me and my blog. We met up and came up with a lot of cool ideas that we wanted to do for the video, but alas, as Murphy's Law will have it, we ended up with a really tight deadline (revised deadline by editor + I was due to fly off to Korea) and I was sick on the day of the shoot (actually during the week of the shoot T_T), so we sort of scraped a lot of the ideas and did a simple video of me sharing some outfits that I wear to work.

I still cringe when I see myself in a video (or hear my voice in recorded audio), but I am throwing caution to the wind wtf and share the video with you guys!




You can also click *here* to watch the video.

The video was shot when I was having some hiccups with my skin (subsequently I discovered a product which helped me a lot, I will share with you guys soon!). :(

I still feel kind of shy watching the video, especially the interview part! I don't really have an issue with public speaking, so when Belinda asked me before the interview, "Are you nervous?", I was cool as a cucumber and very nonchalantly told her "No".

But then I was brought into the recording studio which is a huge room with white walls and a lot of intimidating-looking audio/ recording equipment with only ONE wooden stool in the middle of it all-- the stool is for me.

Gulps.

I was also blinking a lot during the interview session because the lights in the studio were really bright! I would have thought that the lights wouldn't really affect me since my eyes are so small WTF.


Anyway, the outfits that I wore in the video are all real outfits! You may recognize them:




Meeting for styling project.



Link

At a fitting session with some talents. Shorts are from AZORIAS.


The crisp white shirt + vintage wide-leg pants combo was something I wore to meet some manufacturers from Korea who came down to KL end of last year (no pics though!), whereas I wore the floral trench combo during one of my merchandising trips.


Hope you guys enjoy the video! And thank you for all the comments on my previous post, I read through all your suggestions, and am working with my web designer now to incorporate some changes into the design. Am aiming to have my new layout out by the end of the month! :D


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12 comments:

jeanchristie said...

Kudos! :)

mustardqueen said...

WHERE CAN WEAR SHORTS TO WORK wtfff hahahahaah

Anonymous said...

thumbs up for the video ^^ it's totally different from the typical black & video, lol.... looking forward for more outfits video :)

revel in me said...

jeanchristie: *shy* Thank you!


mustardqueen: Not to office, for stocking!


anonymous: Aww, thank you! If I can find a reliable videographer, I would! :P

xiang yun said...

OMG so proud of you handling the interview so well :) but the world saw your bra WTF #pointlesscomment

Lai Yen Yi said...

Yes I'm really enjoy in your video!
It's exciting to hear your voice!
Nice job. XD

Anonymous said...

You're so well spoken! Very mature and very professional. I love it. Love that you didn't try to put on a fake accent, a trait most Malaysians become folly to, and I love that you stuck to your style.

Jing said...

Love it!!! ♥♥♥

BoboStephanie said...

Babe, looking good in the video!!! Love all the outfits, especially the gold top! *clap clap*

Good job!!!

Big Hug!

Rachel Lai said...

you are a supastarrrrr

revel in me said...

xiang yun: Thank you for the compliment, dear! Haha, eye candy WTF


lai yen yi: Haha nice voice? Should I go be a deejay hehehehe. Thank you so much! <3


Anonymous: Wow, thank you for the lovely comment! I hate fake accents myself, so I would have tried my darndest to resist it no matter what! :P


Jing: Thank you <3 <3 <3


bobo: Actually now prettier WTFFF 'cause I was sick + bad skin in the video! T___T But thank you dear. <3


rachel lai: Hahaha far from it!

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