Since I had taken a countless of pictures of deer so I may as well just do a post on deer.
Tuesday, 21 October 2014
Saturday, 11 October 2014
Wednesday, 8 October 2014
I have been wearing this River Island watch for more than a month and I have received so many compliments for it from my friends and strangers so I think I may as well share this watch with you lovely people. The minimal design of it surely helps catch people's attention and it is so much cheaper than buying a Daniel Wellington one.
Asos still had stock yesterday and it goes out of stock today ... anyway, the link here, click me to go!
Sunday, 5 October 2014
Penhaligon's is an English perfume house. It was founded in the late 1860s by William Henry Penhaligon, a Cornish barber who moved to London and who became Court Barber and Perfumer to Queen Victoria.
My first collection of Penhaligon's, thank you my love Mallory for buying this for me all the way from the UK.
Wednesday, 1 October 2014
Tuesday, 30 September 2014
Have you read Malcolm Gladwell's The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference? (Kind of a good read but really takes time to digest) The first chapter of the book examines the legendary bloom of Hush Puppies. The brand was languishing at one point but was flowering again in a few days all because of a sudden craze over the brand, as one may as well conclude the whole conceptualisation as "trending".
Speaking of fanaticism, hardly can one not to mention Daniel Wellington, it has been prevalent amongst fashionistas, surprisingly even around some of my friends who have been wearing CASIO or Swatch for a few decent years. Everyone is abruptly obsessed with it. Of course, I appreciate the astonishing minimal design of Daniel Wellington watches. But when it gets so insanely ubiquitous, to a certain extent it actually halts me from buying one ... Because who wants to wear something everyone else does too? So, if we are on the same team, have a look on these four gorgeous watches handpicked by me. They are very unisex for me so do remember to add them in your shopping carts.
01/ Nixon Acetate Watch - $125 / CASE: 37mm, 100 meter, custom handmade acetate case, fixed handmade acetate bezel, hardened mineral crystal, triple gasket stainless steel crown, stainless steel screw down caseback and spring pin lugs. / Nixon offers a limited warranty of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of two (2) years after original purchase.
02 / The Horse Watch - $129 / From their small warehouse in Sydney, Scott & Amy continue their cobbler trade but with an equine edge: their unique label The Horse. This label describes a different approach to your regular slipper. You see, adding on the approach of a farrier (one who shoes horses) Scott & Amy are always changing, tailoring and fashioning their shoe design (as a farrier would for the hoof of a horse) until the leather wears and works best with our own human heels.
03 / Larsson & Jennings Watch - £315 / Established in STHLM and LDN, Larsson & Jennings is an Anglo-Swedish label creating contemporary watches which combine classic British aesthetic and Swedish minimalistic design. The unisex watches modernise classic style and take design inspiration from their Swedish and British roots.
04 / Stirling Lansen Watch - $230 / Stirling Lansen is a fixed lug watch which features a steel sunray dial with a high contrast yellow second hand, circular black hour index markers and minute/second markers in black and yellow. The band is a one piece braided leather band made in black organic leather by Swedish tannery Tärnsjö. Water resistance 5 ATM.
Saturday, 27 September 2014
plot twist: 哀悼香港步入苟延殘喘的居面。
plot twist: 高唱《愛情陷阱》，「我墮入情網，妳卻在網外看」。或許更多人會是在網上（Internet）看。
未見其人先聞其味，那刻如果不是身邊奇濃的阿摩尼亞味（氨，Ammonia），我是不會留意她的。 她上車時垂著頭，髮型是emo kid的那種，總之看不到眼晴。她走到兩卡車卡的交接位後就把臉緊貼在牆壁（是真的好像貼貼紙一樣緊貼著，literally sticked together）。半小時的車程都沒有移動過，最後又是垂著頭離開。悄悄的她走了，正如她悄悄的來，不帶走一片雲彩。
plot twist: 突然自己唱：「用Hair Jam...無用Hair Jam...用Hair Jam...無用Hair Jam...Hair Jam...」
Sunday, 21 September 2014
It has long been my dream to travel alone - wandering around in an unfamiliar place, talking to native people in their own language (えぇっ！カワイイ!Σ(＾∇＾；)えええええ～ comprenez vous? Vous devez avoir fait cela.), taking photos ceaselessly and essentially on anything you see (as if you would never come back again), you name it. [Okay, been there, knew it.]
SO I went to Japan alone two months ago and had experienced all these things. *virtual high 5 if you have done these too. we are cool kids* The trip was an impulsive one and I even booked my air ticket before booking hotels. *truly one rebel* but this is how things get interesting - when you are totally unprepared, everything becomes funny.
Highlights of my trip:
1) I got to the wrong station on the first night. Too poor to hail a cab. *Cabs in Japan are 3 times more expensive than those in NYC.
2) I got lost for an hour searching for my hostel. Yep, I had no internet connection so no Google Maps.
3) I rode a bike around Osaka castle area. Live like a local, ride a bike in Japan.
4) I couchsurfed twice in Japan. Amazing to live in a native's place. SO MUCH LOVE!
5) I made some damage in Hermes. If you are looking for a Birkin bag, Japan is the way to go. No more snobbish salespersons from Paris.