Little Secret

Hong Kong’s Central, just like most of Hong Kong’s districts, has an interesting mix of architecture. When you go down its main streets, you’ll see plenty of big stores and buildings in modern architecture. But when you take a little detour down to the smaller side streets, a whole new world greets you. It’s the […]

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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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Travel Diary: Berlin Wall and East Side Gallery

It’s hard not to get interested in politics and history when you’re in Berlin, especially with a history as recent as theirs. Prior to coming to this city, I’ve already heard about the Berlin Wall and how it divided East and West Berlin during the Cold War but that’s pretty much everything I knew about it. Little […]

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Travel Diary: Lee Moon Won + Han River Cruise

Our third day in Korea was totally a “me day”, dedicated to spoiling all of us rotten. After shopping to our hearts’ content at Myeong-dong, we were whisked off to the Lee Moon Won Korean Medicine Clinic located at the posh area of Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam to give our hair a little TLC. Dr. Lee Moon Won specializes in […]

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Travel Diary: Myeongdong Shopping

When you arrange a trip with fashion bloggers, you know shopping MUST be part of the itinerary. It’s a given. It’s practically a crime if you don’t let us shop, especially when we’re at one of the most fashionable cities in the world! So come our third day in Korea, we were finally given the chance […]

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Five Oh One

These days, my motto is–the shorter, the better. I can’t bring myself to wear anything long because the heat is just insane! So what’s my weapon of choice to fight it off today? My Levi’s 501 shorts! They’re keeping me equipped for the long day ahead of me. Since they’re in distressed denim and have little white […]

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Roponggi

Good food is always one of my top priorities whenever I travel, so on my last day in Tokyo, I made sure to add another restaurant in my growing list of Japan “musts”. The restaurant is called Mercer Brunch, located at Roponggi. It’s a good thing that Tricia and I are both foodies so even if Roponggi […]

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Shibuya Lights

Hello there, scramble crossing, we meet again. If New York has its iconic Times Square, Tokyo has Shibuya’s scramble crossing. No Tokyo photo diary would ever be complete without it. So even though this isn’t my first time, I still had to take a photo of it. But this time, I took it up a […]

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Cool Japan

As many of you may already know, I just recently visited Tokyo upon the invitation of Google Japan and Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI). I, along with Laureen and Tricia, were the Philippine representatives or ambassadors of METI’s special project called Cool Japan. This project is a government-funded initiative that aims to […]

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Mystery

No matter how simple a piece of clothing is, when it’s made with quality fabric and craftsmanship, it’ll still stand out among the trendiest and most outlandish clothing there is. This dress from Istanbul-based designer Roanne Othman is the perfect example. It’s a no frills kind of shift dress–straight, clean and subtle. But what makes it […]

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