Thursday, 23 December 2010
Misyelle mau kasih update news buat Misyellovers......
Udah punya kalender 2011...??
Misyelle lagi bagi-bagi kalender 2011 niy....
Caranya gampang.....di bulan Desember ini pilih sepatu Misyelle atau tas Misyelle di Misyelle Store, pada saat pembayaran akan langsung diberikan Kalender Misyelle 2011.
Persediaan terbatas lho.....so buruan ke Misyelle Store.
Promo ini hanya berlaku untuk yang belanja langsung ke Misyelle Store....karena kalendernya gede, gga bisa kalau dikirim......bisa rusak soalnya.
Misyelle Store ada di Bandung Indah Plaza, King's Shopping Centre dan Blok-M Plaza Jakarta.
Oiya, promo ini muncul di Go Girl edisi Desember 2010 lho...
Thx, ya Go Girl....!
Udah mampir Misyelle Store yang baru di Blok M Plaza ?
Ayo...mampir dong ke Misyelle Store....disana sista bisa ngedapetin koleksi sepatu Misyelle dan tas Misyelle terbaru yang di update setiap minggu.
Pokoknya kalau mencari sepatu Misyelle dan tas Misyelle...wajib datang ke official Misyelle Storenya . Ok, girls ?
Psst,...bagi yang sudah pernah ke Misyelle Store yang baru....pasti sudah melihat dong....foto-foto yang terpasang di Misyelle Store ?
Siapakah dia ?
Siapa sih dia.....lucu bangets.....?
Ada yang tahu....?
Misyelle gga kasih tau sekarang.....
Tunggu deh jawabannya....di postingan berikut.
Kalau mau coba jawab, boleh silahkan inbox ke facebook : MisyelleRoom
CLICK HERE to jump to Misyelle Room
Kalau jawabannya benar....ada hadiah untuk Sista.....
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Tuesday, 14 December 2010
Berita terbaru dari Misyelle Store..
Tanggal 1 Desember kemarin, akhirnya dibuka juga Misyelle Store di Jakarta, tepatnya ada di Blok-M Plaza, di Lt.2. Gampang koq, mencari Misyelle Store, karena tokonya yang berwarna merah dan eye cathing...
Jadi, untuk kamu yang ada di Jakarta Selatan, kalau sekarang mau belanja sepatu Misyelle dan tas Misyelle, bisa langsung datang ke Misyelle Store di Blok-M Plaza aja....
Di Misyelle Store ini kamu pasti mendapatkan koleksi sepatu Misyelle dan tas Misyelle yang paling baru...
Jadi sekarang gga usah jauh-jauh ke Bandung, untuk ngedapetin koleksi Misyelle.
Ditunggu ya, kedatangannya...
Monday, 22 November 2010
Ada sepatu model collar dengan zipper dan buttonnya....jadi ingat baju pilot jaman dulu tuh...
Teruz new arrival tas juga banyak macamnya...
Yu dicek beibi check ya ...di facebook Misyelle Room
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Saturday, 25 September 2010
Saturday, 28 August 2010
Friday, 27 August 2010
Saturday, 21 August 2010
Monday, 26 July 2010
Tuesday, 20 July 2010
Misyelle selalu ngeluarin barang-barang baru....
So, buruan ke facebook Misyelle Room...disana bakal nemuin album foto yang berisi produk-produk yang bakalan kamu suka....
Pokoknya Misyelle yang paling tau yang kamu mau......
Thursday, 15 July 2010
Sunday, 11 July 2010
Terima kasih ya sudah datang ke acara "Red Card Crazy Voucher" nya Misyelle.
Ini dia pemenang yang beruntung mendapatkan "Red Card" sebesar Rp.100rb....
So, next time ikutin terus ya acara Misyelle...
Rugi deh kalau gga ikutan...
Saturday, 10 July 2010
Sista....sebelum acara final Piala Dunia 2010, mari kita belanja ke Misyelle.
Karna Misyelle dari jam 21.00-24.00 bakal ngeluarin Red Card yang berisi voucher up to Rp.100.000,-...yang bisa langsung dipake belanja.
Jadi tunggu apalagi....yu kita serbuu.....ke Misyelle BIP.
Thursday, 1 July 2010
Monday, 21 June 2010
Yayy....ketemu juga dengan pemenang Show Me your Misyelle 1st Edition,
yaitu Vegha Permata, Mahasiswi UI, Jakarta.
Mendapatkan sepatu pilihannya sendiri...yaitu sepatu platform warna coffee...(art.Nicole Heel 136-1)
Inilah hasil obrolan Misyelle dengan seorang Vegha Permata...
1. Apa kegiatan sehari-harinya ?
Kegiatan sehari-harinya adalah kuliah dan mengelola online shop juga... (hebatt ya..nama ol-nya adalah Crayon Vintage Shop)
2. Kapan mulai tahu Misyelle Store ?
Vegha tahu Misyelle Store dari masih SMA....jadi sudah 5 tahunan...
Ceritanya, waktu kenaikan kelas main ke Bandung mau nyari sepatu...eh...ketemu yang cocok di Misyelle Store...sampe belinya kembaran sama temen.
Jadi sampe sekarang kalau mau nyari sepatu pasti ke Misyelle Store, karena sudah cocok dan modelnya up to date.
3. Berapa jumlah koleksi Misyelle nya ?
Sampai sekarang sudah punya 8 koleksi....hore...
Hari ini nambah lagi 1 dari Misyelle.....jadinya 9 koleksi... (hmm...bener2 fans Misyelle sejati niy )
4. Apa sih kelebihan Misyelle ?
Modelnya unik dan warnanya eye catching..dan satu lagi...empuk dipakenya !
Kalau baru beli bisa langsung dipake....ngga sakit... (wah, dipromosiin niy sama Vegha)
5. Masukan dong buat Misyelle ..
Bikin event-event buat cewek, terus buka cabang di kota lain...biar gampang diakses sama temen-temen di luar kota.
Harus lebih meluas....dan barangnya lebih cepet lagi updatenya.
Semoga bisa kolaborasi bikin sepatu Misyelle feat Vegha Permata....Amien!
Pokoknya seru deh ngobrol2nya....akhir kata...Selamat ya, buat Vegha yang udah ngedapetin sepatu dari Misyelle Store.
Doain ya...Misyelle Store segera hadir di kota lainnya. Amien !
Sunday, 20 June 2010
Ini dia pemenang Show Me your Misyelle, VEGHA PERMATA, berhak mendapatkan sepatu dari Misyelle....
Jadi, ayo ikutan Show Me your Misyelle, buat siapa saja yang sudah punya produk Misyelle.
Pake produknya, foto yang keren...dan diadd ke Misyelle Room atau Misyelle Store.
Jadilah pemenang berikutnya....
Saturday, 19 June 2010
Monday, 7 June 2010
Tuesday, 1 June 2010
We are agree with her, that we have same problem....
The option for production the collections :
1. In house - hire someone in to produce the collection from your studio.
- Can oversee closely progress and monitor at all times
- Time not wasted traveling to and from factory
- Good use of local workforce
- May not have the quality of a factory and the quality control
- If they have a problem/ quit you are stuck
2. Small Units - I inquired at a local business that produces clothes for high West End Shows to see if they would be suitable to manufacture the collection.
- Small workforce and team means that you are not such a small fish in a big pond
- Quality control in place
- Experience dealing with small factory/ unit
- Save time if local
- Might not prioritize you if they get a big job on, leaving you behind schedule.
3. Factory in the UK - I have been mainly looking in London Suburbs as there are more here and of good quality. They are also relatively near.
- Great quality
- They know what they are doing and can help you with finishing options etc
- Less hassle and risk than overseeing In-House production
- More expensive than oversees
- Don't really like doing smaller runs and they really bump up their prices.
- You are not a priority.
- Time consuming if the factory is far away from you.
4. Oversees Factory - I haven't really looked into this as much as it is not really an option for me being a one man band I can't monitor it from afar without digging into valuable designing time.
- More cost effective
- Fast turn-around on larger quantities
- Often will do multiple tasks. i.e source fabrics and trims, grading, manufacture and distribute.
- Finding the right factory is difficult.
- Language barriers
- If things go wrong or you need to get something to the factory it takes a lot longer.
- People like brands to made in the UK and in an ethical way.
I had an email from the head designer of a small British brand asking me advice on their production. It seems they are struggling with their options too...below they detail their issues for us...
"Initially I sourced a CMT in * which seemed like the perfect solution as we are round the corner in * so I could drive down there easily. However, we found that despite their initial enthusiasm and warmth, they were really difficult to work with. They insisted that I simplified my designs and patterns and their finish was appalling. Despite pressure from me, the garments looked terrible – overlocking was unfinished so the garments would tear away at the sideseams, huge chunks would be cut from the insides and you could tell they had been rushed through. We continually had to send stuff back and were already receiving it hugely behind deadline.
We found that because of the small size of our quantities (150 per style, in some cases across two fabrics) they just didn’t take us seriously. Even though the docket was placed on time, we were dropped behind companies with more clout in their schedule. The final straw came this season when they cut one of our skirts on the wrong grainline and a whole batch of tops on the wrong side of the fabric and denied that there was a right side and wrong side to the fabric. I felt utterly deflated as all my hard work cutting patterns, sourcing fabrics from warehouses locally and ensuring the collection would arrive in time to stock our boutique seemed to have got us nowhere. In addition, they were really threatening in phone calls, to the extent where other people in the office could hear their shouting down the phone! We’ve just found it an impossible struggle.
We are thinking of taking the step next season of employing a production machinist in-house to produce the garments. For this we would create smaller quantities (which isn’t a problem) but over a greater number of styles. This means I can be more creative with my designing and can have a more direct control over the quality of the finished product. We will need to increase our prices slightly, but by stressing the fact that we manufacture the garments ourselves, we are hoping to get away with this." Posted by Charlotte Taylor at 20:25
Misyelle keluarin lagi new arrival sepatu boot, sepatu oxford dan tas-tas gaya.
Jangan sampai kehabisan....karena sepatu dan tasnya limited.
Jadi kalau suka sama sepatu Misyelle dan tasnya Misyelle buruan pesen online ke facebook.com/misyelleroom
Di Misyelle semua sepatu dan tasnya ready stock.
Friday, 7 May 2010
Saturday, 1 May 2010
by Megs Mahoney Dusil
After visiting multiple showrooms this past fall the Handbag Trends for Spring 2010 were clear. One of the biggest trends is perforated leather. We saw this being used by Rebecca Minkoff, previewed it with YSL, and Prada is implementing perforated leather for many of their bags.
For Spring 2010 expect to see perforated leather from Prada, to Jimmy Choo, to Burberry, to Bottega Veneta. Prada’s perforated leather has an extremely sporty vibe which is largely due in part to the shape of the bags they are using it on (note the Prada Roll Bag). While Prada’s look is very sporty, we have an array of designers using perforated leather in various ways to give the bags a fresh spring look.
Jimmy Choo has really done a beautiful job with their perforated leather bags. We have already covered their Martha Perforated Clutch, which infuses perforated leather with smooth leather as well. Then they have the Bree Perforated Nappa Leather Tote along with the Fracine Perforated Leather wallet, both favorites of mine.
The type of perforation varies by designer. Some are uses larger holes while others are using more uniform small holes. There are also options for bags that only feature perforation in certain spots but not all over. When it comes down to it, adding a perforated leather bag to your collection may be trendy for Spring 2010, but if you choose wisely you may find a bag that works in your collection forever.
Jimmy Choo are legendary. Fashionistas all over the world treat them with awe but what do they know about the designer and his way to fame? I’m sure not much. This article will give you some interetsing information on how Jimmy Choo could achieve such success.
Now the designer has lots of wealthy clients but it wasn’t like this all his life. The 51-year-old revealed some facts about his childhood and youth.
Choo grew up in the Malasian province of Penang. His father was a successful shoemaker who used to create fantastic pairs for his customers. The craftsmanship was so interesting for the young boy that he watched his father with fascination. Young Jimmy was eager to learn the basics and work on his own shoes. With his father’s guidance, Choo made his first pair of shoes for his mother when he was 12.
The designer feels very grateful to his fasther for the skills he got from him:
My father was an artisan, and he taught me so many of my skills,” he says. “He told me that if you have a skill, you can travel the world with it.”
The renowned shoe-maker considers it right to pass skills from generation to generation, from fathers to children. He even teaches young shoe designers while taking on apprentices as often as he has time for that.
Britain is the best place for an education – that’s why I came here. It taught me the rest of my skill. It also has a strong history and tradition for shoe-making, but it is dying or going abroad to Italy, where there is more manufacturing, or China, where labour is cheap.
In the old days, parents liked to pass their skills on to their children. They still do in my home country and much of Europe, but not so much here. I had dinner with Gordon Brown a few weeks ago, and I told him all this. I said we must support the young people. He agreed with my message.”
In his early twenties, Choo came to London to finish his education at Cordwainer’s College in Hackney, now part of the London College of Fashion. By the way, Jimmy Choo is an “ambassador for footwear education” at this college now.
Choo’s professional career started when he arrived in Britain about 25 years ago. And it was gorgeous Princess Diana who contributed a lot into his success. Princess of Wales first met the designer in 1986. At that time Jimmy didn’t have many orders. He used to cobble two pairs a day from a studio in London’s East End. But Lady Diana believed in him and this was a huge encouragement.
Lady Di helped me a lot,” he says. “She trusted me, and for the first seven years I was making shoes for her, I kept it quiet and nobody knew it was me. Even though she was a princess, she often wanted very simple things. She loved flat pumps, even though I always wanted to put her in sandals because she had the most perfect feet. She was always eager to exchange ideas, and she never said no to anything.”
When I started doing her evening shoes, everyone noticed and in those days anything she wore, people followed. She was wonderful and used to invite me to Kensington Palace at Christmas for champagne and mince pies. I made her last pair of shoes just before she died. Gold pumps. I was going to deliver them when she came back from her summer. I am sad I never could.”
Now Choo has plenty of celebrities as his fans. And they pay good money for each designer pair. Jimmy likes working with individual clients rather than with mass shoe production. He wants each pair to be classy and unique. That is why he doesn’t feel happy about the new venture of the company that bears his name to make cheaper shoes for ordinary clientiere.
When the designer felt he had a long list of privileged clients he sold his stake in the Jimmy Choo label. This happened in 2001 and can be partially explained by creative tension with his now former business partner Tamara Mellon. Since his split with Mellon, Choo has focused his attention on handmaking bespoke shoes for his Jimmy Choo Couture label in the basement workshop of his only shop, on Connaught Street.
Each pair is elaborately designed and made. For each pair, every angle and arch of his clients’ feet are meticulously measured.
I design like an architect,” he says. “It’s a beautiful, distinctive art, and shoes are like the foundations. If the foundations aren’t right, the building won’t stand upright, and if a woman’s balance isn’t right, nothing else is.”
Of course a pair that is created with such a skill and labour cannot be cheap. Prices start at £650 ($1000) a pair, and if a pair comes with a more elaborate design it can cost double that. But his clients never care much about the price. They know what they pay for.
My shoes are beautiful, but they fit and they last,” he says. “Yes, there are cheaper dressy shoes on the high street, which is good for choice, but do they fit properly and will they last? My clients keep my shoes for ever.”
In life, you never know what will happen, but, for me, skill is more important than big returns.
I am grateful to my late partner, Tom Yeardye (Mellon’s father who loaned the pair £150,000 (over $250, 000) to start the label). He promised to change my life, and he was true to his word.”
Besides, Choo values the time he has now to spend with his wife, Rebecca, and their daughter, Emily, 18. This time would be impossible to free for the family if he still worked with the Jimmy Choo label.
Talking about the label he used to have the control over Choo is very diplomatic. He never says anything bad or offending though he might have said something to change the talks in the industry. The designer admits his self-control has been enhanced by frequent calls to his guru in Malaysia, Eddie Wong, a 37-year-old spiritual master in Penang.
Choo has learned a lot from Eddie about feng shui and chi, an energy-creating Eastern philosophy. When Choo returns home, the men always meet for one-on-one consultations.
I call him every week, and he guides me in everything. He teaches me meditation and how to be calm. I used to get very angry when my shoe-makers did something that was not right, but not any more. He also has taught me I must never be jealous of anything or anyone. That is why I am so happy to pass on my skill to the young ones, and I don’t mind if they will one day be competition. You must know how to spot talent and help it.You must never be jealous.”Source from http://www.millionlooks.com/footwear/jimmy-choo-his-past-and-present/