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Abbey Lee for Alexander Wang Fall 2010

12 Aug

Ahh this girl with the deepest blue eyes is one of my favourite model. Even though she’s Australian she has this such a distinct European Look.

Did I mention I saw her in real life posing for the camera?

Absolutely Amazing Abbey Lee!!!


Ready for Boom!

8 Aug

This is a collection of  Designer David Bazzerla, winner of the 2010 Premium Young Designer Award for Menswear. I was so astounded with his design- comfy and casual modern worrior!!! His use of soft jerseys mixed with finer harsher pieces such as leather and tailored shorts evinces such a iconographic style.. somewhat boyish with attitude…

I know it’s menswear but I’d love to adapt this boyish style! : ♥


6 Aug

“Blissfully Happy…”

by Romiya

From Photo took by Jak and Jil

Hello Sunshine

4 Aug

Something struck me today. I haven’t drawn for years… Well, actually it must’ve been my boredom. I’ve been in front of my computer all day working on a short film effect that really has been dragging… and the beautiful notebooks that I’ve bought ages ago in determination to pick up drawing again just caught my eye.

I love Garance Dore, how she takes beautiful  pictures and also turn them into lovely drawings. Yep, the girl in the picture is Anda caught in Dore’s third eye and then reinterpreted by me. ♥

Chris Kane Resort 2011

4 Aug

Absolutely loving Chris Kane’s yet another amazing collection! This print textile genius takes a futuristic take in his Resort 2011 collection with streamline cuts and minimalist tailoring. The space inspired fabric print seem to give that ‘wow’ effect with it’s depth and vastness! Combined with pitch black patent leather and it’s Chris Kane!

I want to scream!!!

Egon Schiele

3 Aug

He’s my true inspiration. I would love to draw like him.

Yuliya Kyrpo 1000 Crane Dress

29 Jul

This is a dress by Yuliya Kyrpo made with 1000 of newspaper cranes. I’m just very impressed by the whole practice of this piece. I know very well what it feels like folding 1000 cranes myself as I grew up folding everything foldable into origami objects. AND even if you have supernatural speed in folding cranes (like me) I can not deny that 1000 crane is the most tedious and frustrating labour you can get yourself into.Well I stopped at 867… My sister bet me and completed the holy 1000 for her school exhibition installation piece but you wouldn’t believe how devastated I felt (even though I didn’t fold them) WHEN SHE SET THEM ON FLAMES  in a glass bowl as part of the performance. It was quite emotional… It’s not only the blood and sweat and the whole effort it takes to fold 1000 cranes but the other historical meanings that paper cranes embody in asian cultures… Paper cranes are crafts made very carefully representing HOPE, LOVE and PERSEVERANCE that is meant to bring miracles and grant otherwise impossible wish.

Maybe the artist was aware of these embedded meanings when she created this piece. If so, may your biggest wish be granted!

Red Heels

11 May


Red Heels ♥


6 Apr




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Hello, Nice to meet you.

6 Apr

‘Nice to meet you’



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