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Sandara Park, what did she do in Milano?
The guest editor of Milano Fashion Week this year is Sandara Park, who is reputable and always interested in fashion. In her first visit to Milano and full of expectation, she started with Fendi Show which is directed by Karl Lagerfeld, then it was Moschino’s show by her friend Jeremy Scott. The last one was Diesel Black Gold which came from New York. She had such a busy schedule that made her not to miss any fashion shows. With a huge curiosity, Sandara Park used variety ways, including videos, gif and photos with her mobile phone to vividly show you her Milano Fashion Week Report!
“On my fragrant way to Fendi Show! Which kind of runway it would be today?”
Sandara Park wore a stripe dress with bare shoulders on Fendi Show. We can obviously found that she was nervous in the beginning. After taking the photos, passing the backboard and received the flashes of light, she sat down at the front row and said her Hello’s to the press.
Caption: “Sandara’s 24 hours in Milano!!! Sandara Park attended Milano Fashion Week as a guest editor of Cosmo. If you’re curious about what happend in Milano, please focus Cosmo Instagram and Facebook on November 1. We’re going to reveal the #MuseSecret that protect her skin. @daraxxi #moonshot #cosmopromotion“
Caption: “Sandara at Milan Fashion Week! Watch her Milan life with moonshot x Cosmopolitan, and wait until November 1st for Sandara’s moonshot Muse Secret!”
A Day With Sandara Park
Being allowed a day out of a busy life is a gift.
From the Minalo Naviglio canals that overflow with sentiment, a special time spent with Sandara Park.
“Patchwork mini-dress and cross bag completes this cheerful styling.”
“Matching the vibrant colors of the graffiti at a distance, Sandara Park’s color point look.” Continue reading