Fashion and the city: monochrome & grunge


I usually write about locations; spaces that bring back some memories to me. Although this blog is about fashion, style and beauty, I never really explicitly write about fashion.

So while I am dirt poor and will not be able to travel to another exotic location every month and Singapore is tiny, I have decided to write more about fashion. So this is the first of the monthly fashion write-up entitled ‘fashion and the city, where I feature a more editorial look, a guest make-up artist or a guest stylist and write about what inspires the look, what goes into making it, can we wear it everyday, etc.

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Sentosa Boardwalk: Connecting past and future

The first time I went to Harbourfront, the site of the bustling Vivocity shopping centre now, was to visit the Madam Toussauds pop-up museum with my English language class. Harbourfront area was then such a  remote place that no sensible soul would come to visit unless to take the cable cars to Sentosa island. So much has changed.

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Bus stop: Lost in Transition

I must have spent about 1/3 of my life at bus stops. Ok, that’s a huge exaggeration but you get the idea. Apart from the first 2 months of my life in Singapore when I was driven to the then language school by my father, the luxury of being driven around by a car is rare. Even when I was 10 going on 11 in a foreign land, I took the bus alone. The trend continues as I started flying overseas alone when I was 12.

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