Monday, 29 July 2013


My days in Kuala Lumpur are officially over. *cue violins and crying into empty wine glasses*. And despite the title, there was actually very little haze in Kuala Lumpur and much more sunshine. I had such a wonderful fifteen days back in my 'second home', and just thinking about all the curries consumed make me crave for more days back in this summer haze. 

Thursday, 25 July 2013


All photos by me and my sister

During my 'just over two weeks' stay in Malaysia, my family and I took a little venture to our favourite holiday 'we need the sun and lets stuff our faces' spot, Penang. Despite a very brief trip, I thoroughly enjoyed laying under the hot sun, and consuming many bowls of prawn mee. Days were mainly consisted with basking in summer's glow and deciding what to eat next. I have been greeted with humidity defying showers in Hong Kong so needless to say, Penang, you will be dearly missed. Until next summer.

Wednesday, 17 July 2013


Skirt- American Apparel, Turtleneck top- Thrifted, Bag- Kipling, Flatforms-Topshop, Sunglasses- Vintage

Greetings from Malaysia! Sorry for the sudden unexplained absence, but I am currently away in my second home in Malaysia. I've been having a lovely time basking in the hot summer and sipping on lime juices. These pictures were actually taken when my family and I took a quick trip to Penang. I've been living in these flatforms lately, they're no where near white anymore! I've got a couple more posts lined up so watch this space for more. 

30 day song challenge

Day 20: A song that you listen to that makes you happy

Rearrange- Miles Kane

Miles Kane you make me so happy. 

Thursday, 4 July 2013



Jewelry by Lin Huang

Lin Huang has incredible talent. Her designs were displayed on hangers and it gave it a sort of 'floating' effect. The pictures really speak for themselves. Check out her website for more information

Jewelry by Naomi Alice Brown

Naomi's jewelry is simply amazing. She bears the incredible talent of turning something harsh and negative into something quite beautiful. I, in fact, am loving every bit of her collection, especially the intricately detailed silver gun.  And Naomi was just an absolute delight to talk to. Watch out, this one is going to go far. For more information, click here for Naomi's website.

Jewelry by Bella Mung

Bella is the sweetest person, and she screamed for joy when she found out that I was a fellow Hong Kong-er. Bella's work, no doubt, will be an instant hit. I am lusting for her pearl encrusted brogues. Needless to say, Bella's work is simply incredible.

Battle of the cutouts


A very belated post, I must apologize. About two weeks ago, I ventured into the prestigious Central Saint Martins (CSM) and was fortunate enough to attend "The Degree Shows". This was an exhibition in which all CSM graduate students displayed their work. The exhibitions ranged from jewelry to fashion to animation, and they were all simply outstanding. Fashion design was probably the most exciting aspect for me, and it did not disappoint. Hangers were filled with colorful and intricate cutouts/textures/patterns. It was all a visual masterpiece. I found myself also really enjoying the jewelry and I loved chatting to the students about their work and school. All in all, it was a lovely afternoon and please ignore my awkward stance in the last photo. It had just stopped raining and I had developed some sort of aversion to deadly watered grounds. But then again, that is english weather for you! Anyways, Congratulations CSM class of 2013, you really deserve it!