I’m always had a soft spot for pink (mildly speaking) and have fallen in love with the idea of having a Pink Front Door. Growing up in the 80’s, my mom had a pink frenzy using pink wall papers all across the house, and while I love the colour it left me rather reluctant to … Continue reading
I’m absolutely smitten by the wonderful floral fabrics used in Stella McCartney‘s and Valentino‘s Pre-Spring 13 collections. While they are very different, both collections illustrate perfection in their own way. I always admired Stella’s approach to fashion; clean silhouettes mixed with contemporary fabrics while Valentino’s appreciation of the female silhouette and exquisite workmanship is a dream. I went … Continue reading
In true spirit of the year of the snake (which is all about being thrifty), one of my 2013 New Year resolutions is NOT to spend tons of money on fast-fashion. Instead, I have been super-active updating, altering and swopping old pieces from my wardrobe – and believe it or not, some revamped oldies are … Continue reading
With Spring arriving in Hong Kong, I had a BIG wardrobe clean out and invited my girlfriends for a Clothing Swop. It’s a fun and great way to get together, get rid of unwanted stuff and get a couple of new pieces without spending any money. Due to the small size of my apartment (25 square … Continue reading
When most people think about Hong Kong, first thing that comes to mind is its beautiful skyline and architecture. However, it’s an understatement to say that the city’s residential landscape live up to the few blocks around the waterfront. Most houses are either older “Tong Lau” walk-up buildings or newly built mega high-rises complexes. Most … Continue reading
Every since I saw Portia De Rossi‘s Wedding Dress by Zac Posen, I have been obsessed about Pink Wedding Dresses. Not surprisingly, I love pink but what really get’s my heart beating is the way the tulle has been layered with different shades and structure; dusty pink, nude and dots. Love it!
There are new beginnings for everything, and today is marked by me starting this blog (better late then never is one of my favourite sayings). This year is my 11th year living in Asia, including six in Hong Kong, which is even more shocking than me turning 30 later this year. Breaking into Hong Kong … Continue reading