Wednesday, September 2, 2015


Alas, summer has come to an end. 
This is a depressing fact, but I'm hopeful for the fall and for the winter. 
My life seems to have picked the right track, and I'm finally back on my feet. 
Let's look forward to what the rest of the year brings us--
Whether it be good or bad, because that's just how life works. 

Featured Brand

Morph8ne is a brand based in Thailand. 
Their edgy/minimal concept is what I love most about them. 
It's also a major plus when brands do stitching/embroidering. (I die!)
Check them out for black and white heaven!

Outfit Details 

Rockwood Platform by Jeffrey Campbell via Nasty Gal 
Food for thought hat by Yuka Chocomoo

Photos by Daniel Hyon

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

White Out

I think about my life 90% of the time. 
There's an incessant worry in my head--not always about the future, but also of the present.
What bothers me the most, I can overcome. 
And we all have to keep telling ourselves that. 
There's a little self motivation tip. 
Let's live life to the fullest. 


Susanna Galanis
Greece born, New York based jewelry designer Susanna Galanis bases her concepts on the creators of the Macedonian Empire, 
"influenced by the glamour of ancient Greece and the Hellenistic world of her ancestors". 

I fell absolutely in love with this statement piece. 
White gold, chain links, and brooch detail = Drool worthy. 

I knew it would look perfect with an all white look, 
and those looks are my best. 
This SG statement necklace can bring an edgy elegance to any outfit.


Dress by Nicole Kim
Suspender Harness by Deandri
Faux Sure Mule by YRU 

Photos by Daniel Hyon 

Wednesday, August 12, 2015


Photography by Aaron Sinclair 

Let's talk photographers for the first time in well, ever. 
Aaron has been a good friend of mine for the past 3(ish) years. 
If you hadn't noticed already, he's extremely talented. 
He has an eye for minimalism, and his aesthetic drives me crazy (in a good way).
It's rare for me to find people I love to work with this much because well, 
I'm probably the pickiest person you'll ever meet when it comes to art and aesthetics. 
I applaud his work and how far he's come, and I only expect huge things from him. 

Check out his work here

It feels like summer is slowly fading away.
Everyone's flying back home, ready to hit "start" once again. 
I'm still on my journey, still living in summer, still hoping for better things. 
One thing I love and hate about life: you never know what the future entails. 
I can't help being cliché sometimes, but I need it to hold myself together. 

c/o with fashion blogger, Nün @nunstyleblog
Nün Visitsak is the designer of minimal/edgy brand, Nün Bangkok. 
She's also a fashion blogger and an amazing friend of mine. 
We've been in touch for two years now, 
but its a little difficult to hang out when you live half way around the world from each other. 
She flew all the way from Thailand to Los Angeles, making that the first time we'd ever met. 
We clicked instantly, it was like we were always friends. 
She's great, she's beautiful, she's talented--She's a keeper. 
I hope she comes back soon so I can smother her with love!

What I'm wearing

Bra top by Zhovak
Tennis Skirt by American Apparel 
White Creepers by TUK Footwear

Now's the time to wear white. 
Hold that thought. The time to wear white is -always-. 
You must know that I've been obsessed with wearing all white for the past year (or two).
Something about it is just so stunning. 
Don't be a snob, be more like Coco Chanel. Aka: Wear white. 

Friday, August 7, 2015


I'm still in shock that summer's almost over. 
By the end of this month, it's donezo. 
I remember the beginning of June so clearly--its difficult to absorb this. 
Just give me a second. 
Soon, I'll be in denial that summer's coming to an end. 
I'll be screaming at the top of my lungs "Wake me up when September ends". 
Minor rant over.
Until next time!


Ghost of Harlem is a Japanese brand that you might have seen me wear before. 
This is my 3rd collaboration with the brand, and I'm loving their growing collections. 
Ghost of Harlem now ships worldwide on their newly launched website, 
separate from their Japanese one. 
Click the link below to learn more about them


Choker by Dolls Kill
Rockwood Platforms by Jeffrey Campbell