Tuesday, 30 December 2014

In 2014 I ...

Time is ticking and soon 2014 shall become 2015, so before the year ends, I decided to put together a little round up of all that happened on and offline this year.

In 2014 I finally finished my 30 song post challenge...

and you can read them all here!

Went to Ocean Park after a few years...


Saw a few bands play...


King Krule


Started shooting in this location...

Went all American Horror Story... (and thus the obsession began)

Graduated from high school! 

Spent my summer walking in London...

And travelling around Paris...

And relaxing with family in Malaysia...

Moved to london!!

Started university at CSM (!!!)

Saw a few shows...

Giles Deacon


Met a few lovely people...

Henry Holland

Jim Chapman


Gwendoline Christie

Daphne Groneveld

Maria Sharapova

Went to a few more concerts in london...

Charli XCX 

Sam Smith

And finally met my number one bae (yes!!!!!!)

All photos taken by me or Conrad on my DSLR/ iphone 5s

Thank you for sharing this amazing year with me, I can honestly say that 2014 has been one of the best years of my life. Apologies for what appears to be a more sparser post year, it was indeed hectic with exams, moving to a new country and travelling around places. However, I'm excited for what 2015 will bring on and offline. I hope you have a wonderful new years wherever you are and I'll see you all in 2015!



Sunday, 14 December 2014


Jacket- The Ragged Priest // Beanie & Sweater - Lazy Oaf // Turtleneck- American Apparel // Jeans - ASOS // Trainers- Rick Owens x Adidas // Tote- Monki (borrowed Nicole's!)

Photography by Nicole
Christmas is without a doubt, my favourite holiday. There's just something about the smell of freshly cut christmas trees and endless nights sipping hot chocolate that just appeals so much to me. Of course, there's the much needed uni break, but that transcends seasons. Speaking of uni, first term has finally ended, our long but incredible White Show is over and in my rare period of rest, I climbed out of the comforts of my bed into the bewildering chills of the outside. As Nicole and I finally ventured to Winter Wonderland, on a Sunday (also my last full day here until next year), no less. Despite the insanely priced rides (£10 for a 5 second ride!), freezing temperatures (7ยบ C? Lies!) and the lack of debit card accepting food stalls , it was everything that a commercialised, money-sucking theme park could be. There were crying children, haunted mansions (a bit off season don't you think?), hot chocolate stations and none other than, Santa land. One thing for sure, nobody does christmas better than London. The spirit is strong with this one. 

Also, to anyone who's heading to winter wonderland, please note that IF you wear white shoes, they will not come back white. I repeat, they will not come back white.