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Milan Fashion Week: Gucci FW 2017/ 2018

Milan Fashion Week: Gucci FW 2017/ 2018

I happily watched Gucci’s fashion show via livestream, as it was rather unfortunate that I did not receive an invitation this season after so many years of attending. But I shall not dwell on it because as it turns out, I got the best seat– front row, center on livestream, along with the many other...
Shop, Shop, Shop the Big Sale!

Shop, Shop, Shop the Big Sale!

You know what they say, Shopping is considered therapy (haha retail therapy). And the timing could not have been better for most of us folk who are stressed with work this week. So here’s a Big Sale shoutout: Moda Operandi’s Sale has got me excited because some of the pieces I’ve been eyeing for quite...
Bag Review: Sunshine in Rainy Paris with a Steiger

Bag Review: Sunshine in Rainy Paris with a Steiger

Sorry I have not been writing lately. I have been on this info- gathering mode for an upcoming project. That and I’ve just been trying to enjoy living in the moments instead of being on my phone while in the moment 🙂 I woke up to rain in Paris this morning and I felt like...
My Life Lesson Takeaways From 2015

My Life Lesson Takeaways From 2015

Many have quietly gone through tough times this 2015. Though my year was so much better than the last one, I too, did experience a number of bumps. There were so many times I questioned myself and questioned my purpose in this society, in this industry, and in this life. And while many times my...
A Quick Paris Fashion Week Roundup

A Quick Paris Fashion Week Roundup

Filming has overtaken my time, along with dinners and work- related meetings so by the time I get home, I am pooped beyond comprehension (it’s age, I tell ya). Tonight though, I had a real strong cup of coffee and my mind is still hyperactive even if my body is already asking for my bed....
Bag Reviews: Tod's Cape and Wave Bags for FW2015

Bag Reviews: Tod’s Cape and Wave Bags for FW2015

By now, you know that I am a big fan of Tod’s. In fact I’ve been a fan for a looooong time– even before this blog began. But I loved their shoes more than their bags before 🙂 Since Alessandra Facchinetti became their creative director, I became an even bigger fan of the brand. The...
Bag Review: Today's Iconic Louis Vuitton Bag

Bag Review: Today’s Iconic Louis Vuitton Bag

After having seen so many bags and having developed a temporary (haha yes, this comes and goes) distaste for all things monogrammed and logo- peppered pieces, we bag- loving community peeps somehow always revert back to iconic pieces. While there would’ve also been times we want something that not many have, we always go back...
Bag Review: Tumi Backpacks for Daily Use and for Travel

Bag Review: Tumi Backpacks for Daily Use and for Travel

I’ve had a few backpacks in my life– but most of them have been for school (haha, I know that’s already way way way way back in the past but hey, I still remember those good ol’ backpacking days). Function was really the number one reason why I chose backpacks over totes in the past....
Bag Review: That Camelia Classic Flap at Chanel

Bag Review: That Camelia Classic Flap at Chanel

Season after season, my eyes just grow wider when I find out the price of a Chanel classic flap bag. If I had kept my first, small sized one from 1992 (heh don’t start counting back to find out my age lol), I’d have made a killing now if I sell it today. Alas, I...
You are a Beautiful Bag, but...

You are a Beautiful Bag, but…

Bags today are not just about aesthetics anymore. Luxury goods consumers have become very discerning these days, and designer bag brands need to keep stepping up to meet consumers’ expectations or this is a factor that would make them lose out on sales to other competing brands. A bag no longer sells based on the...
Face-Off: Saint Laurent Emmanuelle vs. Mansur Gavriel Bucket

Face-Off: Saint Laurent Emmanuelle vs. Mansur Gavriel Bucket

Sorry for the blogging absence as the internet connection was pretty bad the last few days during Pope Francis’ visit in the Philippines– crazy, the mobile network providers were actually asked to disrupt service for the security of the Pope. But it’s all good because his visit was a success and that it was also...
Rustan's Christmas Wonders: My Gift Ideas (Part I)

Rustan’s Christmas Wonders: My Gift Ideas (Part I)

Hi everyone! I have not really had a decent “personal” update in the last few months, so please pardon me for throwing it all out here all of a sudden because also all of a sudden, I am experiencing peace and quiet (no work phone calls, no getting stuck in traffic and no work stress)....