Category Archives: Fashion

  • Originally, I wanted to post a big rant today about a sponsor whom I collaborated for a giveaway. I actually wrote the blog post and wanted to publish it, but after much consideration, decided to give another week. One more week and if I still do not receive the items as promised, then the blog post which I had written would definitely be published next week. For today, I’m sharing a ......
  • Well, I don’t know about you but I think dolls might make better fashion models! Just look at these illustrated fashion for swedish designer Lamija Suljevic’s autumn/winter ‘10 look book by Kris Atomic. It’s a great combination of graphic, fashion and photography all rolled into one! The fashion pieces are one-of-a-kind and embellished with hand embroidery, pleats, laces......
  • Here’s a glimpse of the finer things that I enjoy on some days – Chinese tea making in an authentic Chinese teahouse. I love drinking tea and it’s nice to engage in this highly therapeutic activity once in awhile. Don’t be fooled by the pictures here though; I’m no expert in tea making. My husband is better at this, having taken a tea making appreciation cour......
  • I finally got round to acquiring a wraparound watch, after a prolonged procrastination. Okay, it was on sale at Shopbop and I thought, well, it goes pretty well with the color of the bag I was getting. So into the shopping cart the La Mer Simple Wrap Watch was added and it arrived three days later, fitting both my bag and my wrist very well. Sweet. If you check out the La Mer Collection, th......
  • If you’ve enjoyed The Devil wears Prada, then you’re likely to enjoy The September Issue. Unlike the former which is based on a novel, The September Issue is an actual documentary tracking how the legendary Vogue editor in chief, Anna Wintour, and her team of editors created the bumper edition of American Vogue in 2007. Premiering in Singapore on September 10 So far, reviews are......
  • Did you watch The Great Gatsby? If so, you would have noticed the women in the roaring 1920s. They were called the Flapper Girls because they wore short skirts, sported short bob haircuts, used excessive makeup, smoked, drank, partied, and were generally liberal in their sexual behavior. Okay, I’m not so inspired by their sexual behavior but I’m certainly inspired by their sen......