It’s been a lot of fun working with HKTDC and Fashionally.com on Hong Kong Fashion Week, learning about new, young designers and seeing all the new clothes for the season. A special part of Hong Kong Fashion Week is the HK Fashion Map, which puts together a few stores around Hong Kong that stocks designs from talented, local designers. My first stop on the map was at the store, Voulez Vous, which had a really cool, laidback street style vibe. I loved the different materials used in all ...
Sometimes it’s a lot easier to do things knowing that you can stay anonymous and nobody knows who you are. Occasionally this is my defense mechanism and I like to hide behind a big pair of sunglasses, just for that moment of anonymity where I can be lost within my own, free thoughts. You know what, a wide brim hat is just as good too. Keeps the light out and the dark in.
It was so nice to be asked to be a new contributor to the Style Tips website. Not only will I be writing for them, but you can also find some of my lookbook photos on there as well. Check out their website every two weeks for a new feature about my thoughts on fashion and style. This week I’m sharing what I think about the high fashion approach to street style. Hope you like it! Have an amazing weekend!
The key to wearing what you want year round is knowing how to adjust pieces to fit the weather. Like shorts for example. I won’t give up wearing this wardrobe staple ever! Layering is key when it’s cold, especially when you’re transforming summer garments into winter pieces. If you’re asking yourself “what do I wear” today, then here’s your answer. Don’t give into the weather, no matter how cold!
Miroslava does it again with an effortlessly cool outfit, and Tommy Ton is there to capture it of course. They’re not lying when they say that a picture can tell a thousand words. Not that I can think of a thousand words to say for this picture, but it evokes a feeling that is very difficult to describe. What do you think? Have an amazing Tuesday!
It’s always such a great surprise to be featured in the press. This time it’s on Lane Crawford’s website as on of the “Street Style Muses” for off-duty skirts. Here, I’m wearing a Zara jacket, Small Frize tee, a skirt, and Amaya wedges. Thanks for the shout out, LC!