H&M & V

As we all know by now, this collaboration of mainstream with high power designer/brand is getting insanely out of the box! I mean we, ordinary peeps, will actually be able to get our hands on Versace designs?! I’m drooling already…… Here are photographs I took today while strolling on Shinsaibashi, Osaka   This is the … Continue reading

[Style Shoot] Old Hollywood Glam

5 Sept 2011 It’s a hot…HOT…day… We started early though at 7.30am. Photographer, Mons, and Michaela Novakova, were already in location, Hauwke Auto Gallery. My make-up artist, Priscilla Myrna, arrived short after. While we did the make-up & hair, Mons & Laurent, the manager of the location, had to set up each outfit’s setting as … Continue reading

Creative and the Chemist | NOT JUST A LABEL

        Creative and the Chemist | NOT JUST A LABEL. I came across this article from NJAL about a collaboration between fashion &  science. Helen Storey, a designer & Professor at London College of Fashion, and Tony Ryan, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for the Faculty of Science at the University of Sheffield, had teamed up together … Continue reading

2nd video of Takashi Murakami for LV

Takashi Murakami still stands as my source of fantasy inspiration. His mushroom, his colourful flowers, his bears with colourful spots & big round dizzy eyes, those colourful background…it’s out-of-this-world! His work collaboration with one of the long-standing brand known for its luxurious products, Louis Vuitton, really made the brand stand out to distinction. Marc Jacobs … Continue reading

The anime exhibition

My Japanese language school (or we call it Nihongo school), Meric, happens to be at Nipponbashi, Osaka. Nipponbashi is like Akihabara in Tokyo. The centre of electronic goods, computer, camera, electronics stuff, you name it, it’s there…yea boring…BUT the exciting part about these 2 areas are the anime community with lots of game centers, anime … Continue reading

Street live painting

I’ve been spotting live painting on the street of Osaka in the past few days..it’s quite interesting actually to see how the artist transforms the blank canvas into a piece of art The 1st live painting I watched was by a friend of mine, Julie Blanchin, a French artist who resides in Tokyo now. She … Continue reading

Hiroshima’s Pain & Strength

I went to Hiroshima last week. I only knew about Hiroshima from the nuclear bombing back in 1945. So I was very curious to see how the city looks like now. We checked the city out on the internet and there’s a few site that is of the nuclear bombing…the A-Bomb Dome, Peace Memorial Park … Continue reading

Sakura in the midst of crisis

I’ve always wanted to do hanami, which really means viewing sakura. In fact, I was so excited to be spending time in Japan during the Sakura season, which only runs for about 1-2 weeks in each city and there’s never really any certain prediction.But due to the earthquake & tsunami & nuclear disaster, we were forced … Continue reading