Fringe Leather Top - Romina Karamanea. (From Machine-A)
Black Top - Topshop.
Shorts - Hyden Yoo.
Arm Warmers - Starstyling.
Leg Accessories - Euphemia by Millie Cockton. (From Machine-A)
Shoes - The Only Son. (From Machine-A)
Christian Louboutin and I. Special thanks to Sharon who brought me to the event. And special thanks to the Lady Mrs Lo in the pic, she is the founder of Hong Kong Cancer Fund. She loved my style and just grabbed me and intoduced me to Christian Louboutin (She literally was grabbing my hand in the pic haha so cute). Otherwise I won't have a pic with him (You know I never would go take a pic with him, way too shy.....)
I am an fashion icon??? I still can't believe I am included in a project for fashion students who study in Margrethe-Skolen. These students are Rene Gurskov's students. Thank you so much Rene. I am just too flattered about this. I can't wait to see what will the collection going to be like. I really hope I can inspired Rene's students. These are the photos of me wearing Rene's amazing pieces:
Shorts - Dress 33.
Lace Top - American Apparel.
Socks - Vivienne Westwood.
Clutch - Vivienne Westwood.
Ribbon hair band - Joyrich.
Traditional Japanese Sandals.
This is the fourth day that my outfit is so colorful. I think ever since I recieved Ziad's clothings; I am just in a colorful mood for dressing up. I mean I am not really in a happy mood, but I guess I am using these colorful clothings to hide my loneliness deep down.
The jacket is made in Hong Kong. Ironically, I got it in a vintage store when I was in London. Wearing that jacket makes me think of the golden days for garment productions back in the 70s - 80s in Hong Kong. Hong Kong's economy took off around the 70's; Garment production and textile industry were a major factor for the blooming of the economy. However, as time went by, almost all the factories were closed down. The major reason for that is the rise of China. The cheap labors and the low costs made most of the owners moved their factories from Hong Kong to China. And basically, there is no more factories for garment productions anymore in Hong Kong nowadays.
So when my friends asked me, "Why would you buy a jacket that was made in Hong Kong while you are in London? It's kinda stupid. You should buy something that was made in London." Well, I will buy anything that I think it's pretty and the price is reasonable. I don't care where they from. I am sure so many people wore this jacket before I bought it. And that's why I love vintage clothings. Each piece has a unique history, however, we never knew who were the orginal owners of the piece, and to me, that's the most fun part of all.
Shirt - Maiden Britain by Ziad Ghanem.
Bracelets - Maiden Britain by Ziad Ghanem.
Socks - Vivienne Westwood.
Shoes - World's End Vivienne Westwood.
The new pieces from Ziad Ghanem S/S 11 Collection "Mother Russia" just arrived to my place this morning. I was so excited to recieve all the new pieces. They look even better in real than in the pics and video. I can't wait to show you the other even more fabulous pieces in the future. I LOVE ALL THE CAPES SO MUCH. Ziad, you are the best. Thank you so much for always creating such amazing clothings. I love you.