Sunday, August 24, 2014


VOGUE SPAIN SEP 2014 "TERRITORIO NEUTRAL". This is one of the editorials that made me want to own all these tops, jackets and minimal accessories into my closet. There are no secrets that I am always in love with the new normcore style, one of the style that is going to be hit according to Harper's BAZAAR US. FYI. Normcore is the unisex fashion trend characterized by unpretentious, average-looking clothing. Here in this editorial, these oversized knits, cashmere blazer, turtlenecks, cocoon coats are almost the basics that you are going to need for this winter, which you think they are normal, but they're actually not if you dare to make a little twist.

Monday, August 18, 2014


GOOD MORNING HONG KONG. I am honored to be the first blogger in Hong Kong to work with IMPREINT (, an artist who painted balloons that represent the differences and imperfection of human. To embrace the art environment, me - the art novice, chose JCCAC - one of the well-known art and craft center, over the famous tourism places in Hong Kong since it’s SUNDAY FUNDAY on the shooting day (oops, it rhymes.). Those tourism places must be super crowded with trolley suitcases around town, where you aren’t able to get a good shoot.

Back to the topic of IMPREINT, I chose a red balloon to pop out from my outfit, and it’s the best color to go with my new denim coat that I am ready to welcome autumn when the mid-autumn festival will arrive a month later. 

[the red ballon from IMPREINT]

Here’s a little interview with IMPREINT:

Q: When and where did you start Portraits?
A: On 16 December 2013 in Notting Hill, London.

Q: Why using balloons as the major concept of Portraits?
A: The balloons represent the symbol but it could be anything else. It's the fact to see portraits of people with a common object that makes them united and equal.

Q: How is the concept of Portraits created?
A: When I was painting the 1000 balloons I was continuously thinking and looking at them like people. The paintings evolved into videos and through them I understood the importance of how the same scene could be seen with different prospective through the balloon. During an exhibition in London I decided then to run the project Portraits for one year to continue this conversation with the public.

Q: Which city will be the up next target for the Portraits? Why?
A: Tendency is to don't plan a lot preferring follow the concept, the dream, to evolve in a natural and spontaneous way with the circumstances. Whoever feel something inside himself connected with the project so can participate.

Oversized Denim Jacket | John Galliano
White Shirt “The Devil’s Advocate” | IZZUE
Sneakers | Superga
Denim Watch | Tissot
Pink Activity Tracker Device | Fitbit

...more after the jump...

Monday, August 11, 2014


HOUSE OF MARANT. Oversized coats, roll up skinny jeans, boots, turtle neck sweaters, biker leather jacket!
Who can resist them, when they are so YOUR THING!

SHOP them here: FORWARD by elyse walker

Friday, July 25, 2014


ORGANZA BOMBER. Sorry for being a lousy blogger, haven't been updating anything up here for quite a while. I am finally done with the busy schedule for Hong Kong Bookfair 2014, which I am very contented about the successfulness for our digital booth and getting a closer relationship with my colleagues. However, there is always something unexpected - the craziness of magazine subscribers who rushed into the exhibitions snatching gifts that are almost doubling the prize of subscribing one single magazine. Oops. not to tell, some of them are local beauty bloggers (shame).

This week, I am wearing my organza bomber jacket from a local store, and it is totally wearable in this hot and humid weather, especially all malls in Hong Kong turned their air conditioner in a certain degree that there is a must for you to get a scarf or a light weight jacket.

Organza Bomber Jacket | local store
White Tank Top | tailor made
Blue Ultra Skinny Jeans | Uniqlo
Boy Bag | Chanel
Reflection Sunglass | Dienastie
Free Run 4.0 | Nike

Thursday, July 3, 2014


SPUR AUGUST 2014. Simply in love with this editorial even though I don't understand Japanese words at all. What makes me love this editorial is probably they are showing off the brand bags & places from Tokyo, yet it doesn't look like they have tried hard on it (I knew they have, since I was working for Hearst Magazines. I understand even a simply editorial, it might take months to work on). 

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