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Hong Kong Diary #2

Edith shares an insight to city life in Hong Kong part 2. Continue reading Hong Kong Diary #2

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NYFW Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear Coverage: Part 2

  Bonjour people! I am back with part two of my coverage for New York Fashion Week we just left behind and all eyes are on London at the moment (don’t make me speak about Christopher Bailey’s last act for Burberry because we would be here all day). I once again saw how hard it is with the skim-all-the-looks-on-vogue runway-and-have-somewhat-an-opinion. But here we are. I hope you … Continue reading NYFW Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear Coverage: Part 2

NYFW Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear Coverage: Part 1

As NYFW rolls around, there is nothing left for us other than to prepare ourselves for an intense eye/brain stimulation. From where fashion is headed (questions in gender fluidity, body type varieties, lack of ethnic representations, ethical fabrics, out-of-the-box ideas, anarchism, slogan tees, defining grey areas, designer musical chairs etc.) I am eager to see what the industry has to offer to us each fashion … Continue reading NYFW Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear Coverage: Part 1

Loving Vincent: A Painted Masterpiece

After 6 years of creative development, over 1,345 discarded paintings, out of 65,000 frames from 125 painters comes Loving Vincent. Last week at my favourite Prince Charles Cinema, I got to see the first fully painted feature film of all times. Here is the trailer if you have no clue what I’m on about: It explores the mystery surrounding the wonderful Vincent Van Gogh’s death. … Continue reading Loving Vincent: A Painted Masterpiece

Summer in the City : Venice

Wave goodbye to cars and uneasy, jay-walking situations as you reflect upon these pictures I took on my trip to Venice with my family. If given the choice, I swear I would never have left. In between scurrying through the alleyway-streets filled with little shops that sell intricate glass-made jewellery to dirt cheap fashion, Venice offers you a peace of mind for the brief period … Continue reading Summer in the City : Venice

Summer in the City: Rome

Much unlike the film ‘When In Rome’, I didn’t go stealing coins thrown with deep faith and strong hope to finding love from a special fountain, drunkenly and angrily at the thought of not being or finding love. In fact, I did the complete opposite – I fell in love with the city without having to pick up some coins. Cheesy, I know. Ancient Roman … Continue reading Summer in the City: Rome