SiammPatra 2016 Lookbook Project
New York

SiammPatra 2016 Lookbook Project

These images are stills from SiammPatra 2016 Lookbook Project. You can read all about the Fashion Jewelry line SiammPatra and my interview with their Head Designer Anita Jacob, here. When Anita and I got talking about how she wanted to take…

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To The Person That Cares
New York

To The Person That Cares

We interrupt Snow Storm Jonas for this simple message to the dreamers and dream chasers. For each person who cares enough to pursue their dream, who is courageous enough to act on it, who is generous enough to say, “here, I did this,”……

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Jaywalking Is A New Yorker Thing
New York

Jaywalking Is A New Yorker Thing

Who knew that there was a whole guide to Jaywalking in New York City?! But that just goes to show how boisterous and busy our lives are in this giganormous concrete jungle! So what behavior makes for safe (or unsafe) jaywalking?…

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Designer Spotlight: Anita Jacob of SiammPatra
New York

Designer Spotlight: Anita Jacob of SiammPatra

You may recall my story of my world-wide quests that I go to when searching for that perfect ‘something‘ that I am looking for, and my mister dubbing it the “Christopher Columbus Effect” – and when I get into this ‘CCE’ zone, there…

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Jord Wood Watch
New York

Jord Wood Watch

I will be the first to admit, I go through these weird phases where I hate watches and then I like them and then I hate them again and then I like them and I think the root of that…

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Sequins For Brunch
New York

Sequins For Brunch

While quite literally, but not, dumbing down your quintessential human disco-ball attire to brunch is the fun way to give other’s something to stare about over some western omelette and coffee – black. You can call this sequins for brunch, my…

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The Initiator
Brooklyn

The Initiator

I don’t know whether it’s the assassinator look or the stark black and white mood filter to my photos, but it got me thinking today. When we were young, people (including our parents) asked us what our dreams were and…

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Be The Change
New York

Be The Change

When you think about what it is that brings all of us together in this World, I would have to say that love and compassion are the two key powerful connectors. Whether you agree with me or not, I truly…

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Puma Eskiva
New York

Puma Eskiva

Since relocating to New York City, I quickly learned that walking is the only option (or at least the better), and soon realized that my collection of running shoes have been growing and my looks have become more versatile –…

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Fashion Equilibrium
New York

Fashion Equilibrium

My on-going pursuit to experimenting with style will forever remain a relentless journey to mastering the art of fashion equilibrium. When it comes to putting together the most flattering outfit possible or any outfit for that matter, there are two main things…

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Motorola X Pure Edition
New York

Motorola X Pure Edition

When it comes to smartphones, I am iPhone loyal. I remember when I had my first blackberry transitioned from a flip phone (remember those?!) and my husband getting his iPhone 3, I scoffed at him like “how could you get…

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Designer Spotlight: February People
Singapore

Designer Spotlight: February People

If there is one thing that I am always on the hunt for, is the next classic “it” bag. Note the word classic before the word “it”. I tend to distance myself from the trend-wave because what’s the point? Fast forward to next…

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What’s In A Name
New York

What’s In A Name

The classic adage that Juliet Capulet once asked herself in her soliloquy of “what’s in a name?” can we all just take a second to ask ourselves that exact question when we next decide on our next big splurge, or…

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