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It didn’t hit me that i actually have a pet rock (ok i have many stones and rocks in the house, but i’m putting a lot of energy into this one) till this evening as i changed its water (don’t ask, just read on).
When i was in a bookstore getting a something for a baby shower, i spotted a book about crystals and kept clinging on to it till i decided to just GET it. Been trying to read a few random pages to wind down before i sleep. I realised that i’ve got all these semi-precious stones that found their way into my home, and i’ve never paid them much attention!
For instance, i have this GIANT quartz Sarah found on the beach in Koh Samui. I sat next to it all day and patted it to see how i felt about it and whether we could be friends, and ended up bundling it into my sarong to carry all the way back to KL.
Here is me doing my flamingo pose. 😆
An excerpt from their article:
“It feels like it was just last night when we were partying with Joyce, sipping freshly-pressed juice at her infamous blog, KinkyBlueFairy’s 11th anniversary party. The event was in the presence of colourful and vivacious party goers with equally exciting setup – balloon bouquets and sparkly décor against catchy beats from guest performers like Reza Salleh and DJ duo, Twinkies. The blogger queen’s choice of birthday suit? A silver sequin haltered dress in a mini skirt streamlining her petite body. In true Joyce fashion, her hair was bobbed in bright purple with streaks of neon pink, notably different from when we last had a chat with her, a week before the birthday bash. Much like her bubbly and unequivocal personality, it was a night filled with party-friendly atmosphere. There were familiar people around and a few fresh faces who were surely weaving their way into the circle of It-posse that Joyce is typically surrounded with. Of course, being in the scene for a decade plus now warrants her social accolade that she deservingly acquires. It’s easy to see the “Joyce” appeal that everyone is drawn to – she talks assertively and takes no flack for expressing her opinions. She is true to herself and ever so generous with her sometimes cheeky but honest smile. Don’t confuse the friendly gesture for one of a naive girl though, she is anything but.”
Wow guys, thanks for saying such nice things about me to the world hahaha!!
You can view the rest of the interview *here*
It was during a crazy-run-around day that i popped by the Dior Beauty Boutique launch, situated on the ground floor of MV. I thought it might be a small blogger/media do, and was so surprised to see how crowded it was from afar! Sometimes you really can’t tell how an event is going to turn out… you go to one thinking it’ll be an intimate thing and BOOM big party going on.
Celeste, me and Mindy
Mindy is editor-in-chief at Marie Claire Malaysia
With make up artist Bong (who did my face for the Mitsubishi ad), and Ai Chiin – the founder of Cuevolution, an online boutique that sells pieces from really cool designers like Cassey Gan and Cristina Sabaiduc.
It was Claudia‘s birthday that day!!!!!! Damn layan man her hug face
Carey and i, with the others popping in
Love Bonito Tea Party & Styling Event @ Ben’s Publika with Raja Nadia Sabrina, Shea Rasol and Maria Elena Zarul
Three weeks ago, KinkyBlueFairy did a fashion event and the PR for Love Bonito, one of our regular clients who is Singapore’s leading online fashion label.
It’s so easy to market their brand because their apparel has cuts that suit the Asian woman’s body perfectly and they’re so up-to-date with designs and silhouettes that easily transcend various tastes and styles. I always have friends asking me where i got a particular piece of clothing from that really stands out and i’ll proudly exclaim, “Love Bonito!”
For the first time, Love Bonito decided to hold a styling event especially for girls who don the hijab and we got on board three major fashion personalities in KL to host a styling session for their friends and fans at Ben’s, Publika – Raja Nadia Sabrina, Shea Rasol, and Maria Elena Zarul.
Shermaine taking care of the media that day, and Cheryl from LB
The event was held upstairs at Ben’s Publika
Every guest had a little Love, Bonito booklet (designed by Joe!) that was specially printed for the event, and soaps from Slim Sabun (made by Steph). Slim Sabun soaps are locally-made, all natural, and free from SLS (sodium laureth sulfate), parabens, fragrance, and phthalates. The cold process soaps are made with real heavy cream or yoghurt, and have such delicious names i felt like eating them instead of washing with them!
Shea tying on a scarf to one of the models.
Shu uemura did the make up for the models that day, and had a little beauty booth to show off Yazbukey for shu uemura – a limited edition collaboration collection with Paris-based accessory and jewellery designer Yaz Bukey.
Just a little plug here: If you fancy make up your weapon of artistry, you should probably check out their make up competition that welcomes all beauty enthusiasts, professional and non-professional. Shu uemura’s “The Beauty Art Make Up Competition 2015” is on from now until 15th June!
I donned the turban to achieve a more halal look but having not worn the jumpsuit before, little did i know that there was a giant keyhole in the back so it became not so halal after all.