Monday, March 23, 2015

Erlend Oye & The Rainbows Live in Bangkok

Erlend Oye and The Rainbows Live in Bangkok on at The Jam Factory. The venue was lovely and cozy with a crowd of approximately 300 people. Erlend Oye got us all singing, jumping, waving our hands and dancing to rhythm. He even taught us some Italian words to sing along to his Italian song "Dico Ciao" and letting us listen to the Keyboard guy of The Rainbows singing a song in Icelandic. I personally don't know the song but Icelandic language sounds absolutely beautiful. It was really special. Erlend Oye and The Rainbows sure got us all entertained. Thank you for such a great show. Talking about Icelandic I just have to mention Sigur Ros a band from Icelandic. Their songs are awesome that you don't need to understand Icelandic to enjoy their music. It can easily pull you in. Anyhow, Sorry in advance for the photo quality. All the photos and video were taken with my iphone. I have to admitted that sometimes I get lazy to bring my proper camera since it's too heavy. I am sure you guys understand :)

I opted for crop top and teamed it up with my colorful vintage skirt, crossbody bag, and a pair Jeffrey Campbell shoes.
I was trying to upload several videos I recorded during the gig but it didn't work because the files are too big. In case you wish to see more videos can head over to my facebook page. I'll try to upload more. Have a great day!

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Monday, March 16, 2015

Color Block Monday

 Feeling lazy and unmotivated on Monday? Try dress yourself up in brightly clothes. Opting for bright colors could help you feel more energized and be productive. Thus, everyone should make an effort and pay attention when choosing outfit and color to start of your Monday wisely as it will help get your body and soul ready to handle all the works for the rest of the week. Always look your best everyday. Have a bright Monday!
 Outfit Details 
Color Block Dress: DVF
Red Duffle Bag: DVF
Necklace: H&M

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Sunday, March 8, 2015

New York Food Scenes

Last couple weeks, I went to New York to attend DVF market week and fashion show. Apart from work, I spent my spare time exploring the city, experiencing culture, and really great food! Hence, this March I will be sharing you guys my experience in New York City through series of blog posts and pictures. The first post of my New York Series is "Food Scenes". When one experience good food, one is more likely to have a good mood  New York City has the most dynamic food scene and home to some of the best cafes and restaurants in the world. It's a city with mix cultures so one can expect to find almost every nationality's restaurants. Also, West Village the place where I was staying during my New York trip is packed with cool cafes and restaurants in every corner which is awesome! Additionally, many thanks to my cousin Emile and his boyfriend Niccolo for recommended great restaurants in New York for the first-time visitor. I truly appreciate all the help.

Cafe Cluny: 284 W 12th St, New York, NY 10014

 OTTO Pizzeria: 1 5th Ave, New York, NY 10003

 Wall Flower: 235 W 12th St, New York, NY 10014. Between 4th St. and Greenwich Avenue (West Village)

 Serafina Meatpacking: 7 Ninth Ave, New York, NY 10014

Le Pain Quotidien: 52 9th Ave, New York NY 10014

ABC Kitchen: 35 E 18th St, New York, NY 10003

The Park: 118 10th Ave, New York, NY 10011

Ed's Lobster Bar: 222 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10012

Magnolia Bakery: 401 Bleecker St. Between 11th St. and Perry St. (West Village)

Eileen's Special Cheesecake: 17 Cleveland PL, New York, NY 10012

Lastly, Niccolo home cook. Definitely, featured-worthy! I felt as if I was tasting an authentic 5 stars Italian dishes. The taste of all the dishes just blew me away. No joke!

I still have plenty of awesome photos from my New York City trip to share to you. So please stay tuned for more posts! Have a nice day!

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