I spent Sunday strolling down Brick Lane. Trolling through the markets and eyeing up the food candy! Brick lane on a Sunday is a must for any tourist, hip fashionista's or those just looking for a great atmosphere. On and around Brick Lane you will find mass vintage stores and mass freshly...

As I was going through a box of photos this one photo fell out on the floor and I swear I had a laugh that left me with tears streaming down my face when I picked it up. It seems like only yesterday that this photo was taken but in reality it was nearly 18 years ago! Every summer growing up...

Now that I'm all grown up (in theory), I find myself reminiscing about the long-gone times of jelly bracelets and lazy summers. Or I thought they were long-gone, anyway. With a little help from my Shopbop wish list, I've been filling that yearning for a simpler time with Marc Jacobs jelly...

The Hong Kong Museum of History is one of those often seen but never entered buildings in Tsim Sha Tsui, so a few weeks back, I decided to take my friend Audrey to show her that it is worth checking out. While I was waiting for her, I walked through the free special exhibitions - the...

I'm now in super cold Germany and finally have time to sit down and blog all those photos I snapped last week. Had so many little random adventures around Paris and was lucky to have good company there, played tourist in my shorts and sneakers for a couple of days then jumped into heels to go...

In honor of our favorite socialite and maven, we've taken a stroll down memory lane highlighting some of our absolute favorite Jackie O. looks... Enjoy! The nation has it's very first glimpse of Camelot... On her wedding day o John Fitzgerald Kennedy on September 12, 1953. At the tender age...

LOVE mangosteens! Haji Lane (off Arab Street) was filled with cute little bars, stores and eateries It may be funny to eat Mexican food in Singapore, but we wanted a nice spot to 'regroup', and I could not resist the sound of a mango & salmon ceviche (Peruvian dish at a Mexican place in...

Up on rooftops and down little lanes. Glasgow is no different... The Trongate is filled with them including the very special Tontine Lane. The lane is home to the Turner Prize winning Douglas Gordon's 'Empire' artwork and while Tontine Lane has long been intriguing to those passing...

Five years after she first exhibited it at the Great Exposition of 1900, the top half was being sold separately as the "soutien gorge", literally "support for the throat"; "gorge" also meant breast in old French and the name stuck. In 1926, Marks & Spencer began selling their bra to help...

Trust Jeremy Scott to send his models down the runway in miniskirts for a Fall collection. Scott believes that everyone "should have fun with fashion" and his style reflects just that attitude. Using icons and trademarks of popular culture, his critique on consumerism and other social...

 

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