Monday, July 28, 2014


Stephen is from Hong Kong and he was visiting Taipei with his girlfriend (who will also star a post soon) when I met him at the Songshan Cultural & Creative Park.

He was wearing a white shirt, burgundy Bermuda shorts, colorful socks, and mustard Converse. Stephen's complements were tortoiseshell-rimmed glasses, a studded black bracelet, a printed handbag, and a black necklace.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014


Cher was walking with a friend (who will also star a post soon) by the streets of the Zhongxiao Dunhua when I met her.

She was wearing a white T-shirt with cute prints, denim shorts, yellow socks, and silver jelly sandals. Cher's complements were a pink bracelet, a silver watch and an Ed Hardy pink backpack.

Monday, July 21, 2014


Camille was doing some shopping in one of the malls in Makati (Philippines) when I met her.

She was wearing a denim vest over a white lace top, pink skirt with white polka dots, and brown wedged sandals. Camille's complements were big sunglasses, a brown necklace, and a handbag from Ever New.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014


Milly is a fashion writer and blogger from Taipei. She was one of my models for the NYLON JAPAN May issue. You can follow Milly on her blog and on her Facebook.

She was wearing a black tank top, a skirt with floral print from Choies, and mustard sandals with platform from Michael Antonio. Milly's complements were a piercing, big pearl earrings, a brown leather and snake print belt, a Michael Kors watch, and many bracelets and rings from Vita Fede, Losselliani and Vivienne Westwood.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Touch of blue

Rosevie was walking by Makati (Philippines) when I met her.

She was wearing a black tank top, black trousers, and brown wedged sandals. Her only complement was a blue studded handbag from H&M, one of the latest trends as I already talked about here.

By the way, have you noticed the cute guest on the photo? :)

Thursday, July 10, 2014


I am collaborating with the Spanish Yuanfang Magazine. As they use Spanish, here you have another of my articles for them translated into English. You can read the Spanish version here. I hope you like it! :)


There are many ways to "decorate" the fabrics, but one of the latest trends in this field that I have seen in Taiwan, but also in Spain, in other countries and in online retailers, is the studded fashion.

Before, wearing studs was associated with a punk aesthetic, but they have lost exclusivity and people of all styles wears garments with studs. Any piece acquires a rebel touch and the whole outfit changes completely.

And studs are added to any type of clothing. The most common are studded shoes and handbags, but you can also see on shirts, belts, etc.

I especially do not like them very much, because since I'm a little goofy, I think I would end up hurting myself for sure. And there are flattened studs, but there are others that sting like needles!

What do you think? Do you like this trend? Do you have any studded pieces?

Monday, July 7, 2014


Minnie is a 25 years old designer from Taipei and I met her outside the Taipei In Style fashion fair, at Songshan Cultural Park.

She was wearing a black and white striped T-shirt, a black midi skirt with sheer panel, and black booties. Her complements were a golden watch, a pair of rings, and a black leather bag.