Fashion is superficial in the sense that writing is superficial. On the surface, what you see is what you get. But fashion is like using metaphors in writing. On the surface you can see what it means easily, but if you look deeper you can glean more meaning through further study and thought about it.
The Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia is over and I’ve got the trends to prove it. Below, my favourite trends to rock, thanks to the streets.
Spent my 21st birthday in school and classes, but it was still a great day thanks to my classmates and friends (‘: Lotsa surprises, laughs, and embarrassment but I’m just so thankful it wasn’t a bore.
Chinese New Year is in full swing and so I’m back with my annual roundup of the most amount of new clothes worn within the shortest amount of time! Here we go.
Here’s a mini shoot shot by Fatima, for which the brief was “eh make it look like Shentonista”. Special thanks to SMU for their very Shentonista-appropriate background!
An all-red look in anticipation of Chinese New Year. (Just kidding, I couldn’t decide what to wear and panicked.)
Literally just threw this outfit together from all the clothes hanging out in my room. No makeup (except for a dash of lipstick).
Sweater by Brandy Melville, dress from ezbuy.
Shot by Fatima.