Flowers For Kuala Lumpur

The looser, the better. That seems to be my style mantra for pants nowadays. Double points if they’re in pretty prints like this. I’ve actually had these floral culottes for quite some time now but I just kept saving them for the perfect occasion. You know how when you love a certain piece of clothing […]

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Back On Campus

Hello from the beautiful campus of San Beda College! This is why I love doing projects for the youth. I get to visit different campuses and meet bright young students. This is my first time in San Beda College actually, so I’m glad I got to see it for the second leg of Freshgear’s Fashion […]

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Hello Again, Hong Kong

You know how when you love something, even the tiniest details make you a little bit happier? That’s how I feel whenever I walk the streets of Hong Kong and hear its traffic lights make those warning sounds. They’re music to my ears! It’s like they’re greeting me, “welcome back, Camille!” And just like that, […]

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Street Cred

There’s no denying that I’ve got the biggest collection of clothes in my family but ironically, I’m still the one who scours through everyone else’s closets just to find something new to wear. This time, the helpless victim was my brother. I badly needed a few boyfriend shirts to layer on because I wanted to […]

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Spot The Bunny Ears

I just received the cutest boots ever. I mean look at them, they have freaking bunny ears! What’s not to love? They’re actually Finnish brand, Minna Parikka’s signature. You’ll see them on almost all its designs, from boots to loafers. Since they tend to be on the quirky side, the best way to style them, […]

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Travel Diary: Teufelsberg (Former Spy Station)

On our last full day in Berlin, Goethe Institut arranged a tour for us around an old spy station at Teufelsberg. I must say, it’s not your usual tourist destination. There were no information centers or big ticketing offices around it. In fact, it’s like a hidden treasure that’s only visible to people who seek it. […]

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Travel Diary: Charlottenburg Palace

Another day, another palace. Oh the life of a princess! A girl can dream, right? Charlottenburg Palace or Schloss Charlottenburg is the largest and most important remaining Hohenzollern residence in Berlin. The palace and its garden were originally built as a summer residence for the Prussian Queen, Sophie Charlotte (who happens to share the same […]

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Travel Diary: Gendarmenmarkt And Checkpoint Charlie

There’s no square in Berlin that’s grander than the Gendarmenmarkt. With the architectural trio that is the Konzerthaus (Concert House), Französischer Dom (French Cathedral) and Deutscher Dom (German Cathedral) all surrounding this square, plus the statue of Germany’s renowned poet, Friedrich Schiller at the square’s center, it’s a tough ensemble to beat. You can understand […]

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Travel Diary: Reichstag Building

As I mentioned before, I went to Berlin upon the invite of the German Foreign Office. Although my sister and I booked an earlier flight to have a bit more time to tour the city by ourselves, there are just too many interesting places to cover, all in a couple of days. Good thing the Goethe Institute (who took […]

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Travel Diary: Nikolaiviertel (Nikolai Quarter)

Nikolaiviertel or Nikolai Quarter is often referred to as the oldest residential area of Berlin. Technically, it really was. Merchants and artisans settled here in the Middle Ages because it’s located at the crossing of land and water trading routes on both sides of the river Spree. Unfortunately though, most of its medieval lanes and […]

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