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Wish Every Day was Christmas!

Wish Every Day was Christmas!

Arrrggghhh! I know, I know, everyone has got back into work mode after the Christmas and New Year breaks a few weeks back except me. I have literally had difficulties getting over my prolonged holiday mentality since I came back from a merry Christmas getaway in Taichung (this time procrastination is more intense than ever

Review of My Exceptional Festive Season Part 1 – Fashion Fellowship: Christmas Isn’t Christmas Till Jesus Comes Into Your Heart

Review of My Exceptional Festive Season Part 1 – Fashion Fellowship: Christmas Isn’t Christmas Till Jesus Comes Into Your Heart

Sadly and pitifully, Christmas under economy-driven culture has degenerated into unlimited consumerism, indulgent partying and epicurean holidays – simply a superficial entertaining idea, anything but spiritual and religious. With God’s love and grace we a group of christians working in fashion got together in fellowship this Christmas to create an exceptional festive experience which revealed

Not a Style Post: A Self Empowerment Journey with Sandra Motallebi

Not a Style Post: A Self Empowerment Journey with Sandra Motallebi

Read on before you judge too soon. I am not posting another usual style post. It is a retelling of my self-realization journey through hooking up with an empowered autonomous designer – Sydney-based Sandi for Sandra Motallebi. From the moment I received an encouraging initial comment about La Mode by GV Miao from Sandi that

African Fashion Show in Hong Kong: All Are Equal; All Are Welcome!

African Fashion Show in Hong Kong: All Are Equal; All Are Welcome!

The fact that big name editors, top international bloggers and celebs are so proud of sitting in the front row of the “Big Four” fashion-week shows indicates that the whole idea of fashion, by its nature, is hierarchical, which means only the elite fashion circle is entitled to enjoy the privilege of watching the glamorous