Two months ago, a pretty young girl who looked like a "idol-drama" actress visited my shop. Turned out that she was a reporter instead. After browsing my shop, she asked my permission to feature my shop in Sin Chew Daily.
Shuang Yan, the pretty young reporter, is the earliest who discover my shop among all journalists. And I believe this is the first story of a LOFT of things run by main stream media. Thank you Shuang Yan.
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Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Saturday, September 18, 2010
a LOFT of things featured in The Sun (August 23, 2010, Monday). To read this feature, please click on the image to enlarge it.
Friday, September 17, 2010
NTV7 news anchor Jiaqi came to my shop and asked me if it was possible to provide costumes for her new show, Project Sunshine.
Of course. Anything for this sweet and extremely nice lady.
Watched the first episode of Project Sunshine on the internet just now. A heart warming show, it dealt with autistic children in the first episode. Stories of autistic children were unfolded in mere 30 minutes. I thought it was going to be a sensational show, but instead of tears and sorrow, the show was filled with laughter and positive energy. Great job, Jiaqi and the whole NTV7 crew!
If you'd missed the show like I did, you can catch the show on NTV7 website.
It felt a little surreal when I saw the credit rolled up: Costume sponsored by a LOFT of things. It was the first time I saw my logo on a TV show. :P
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Monday, September 6, 2010
I want to thank Char Chyi parents and brother Ermesd. Why? Because I believe it was the way they raised their kids, so Char Chyi has grown to be a good-manners, understanding and responsible young lady.
This is also Char Chyi first job. And I hope she can gain some enriching experience in a LOFT of things.
Saturday, September 4, 2010
Don't you think this lady looks so cool? She is Valarie. She totally possesses this action movie's heroin look, like Angelina Jolie or Mila Jovovich... Of course, I'm not saying she looks like them, but I'd cast her as a assassinate or a beautiful spy in a James Bond movie. Ha ha.
All the outfits she was wearing were available in a LOFT of things. But, that's right, it's "were". They were all sold out.
But my new stock has finally arrived! Come check them out!