On Sunday I visited a fantastic exhibition of Andy Warhol. Already a fan of his artwork, I’m now even more impressed!
You may already know this, but here are some interesting facts about his life and work that I had forgotten:
- He was born to working class Slovakia born parents.
- He was quite sickly as a child and he spent large amounts of time drawing in his bed.
- He actually started as a fashion illustrator. Editors loved him for his brilliant work, but also because he was very willing to change the drawings and do exactly what the editors wanted. [click to continue…]
Of course you know this green Sabrina Goh dress from a while ago, where I showed you how I wear this dress as a separate. This week I felt like wearing it in the style that I’m so comfortable with, namely as a dress over pants. I also turned the dress around and am wearing the wrap at the back instead of the front. It’s great to have a dress with options! And if you are still not convinced that a nice drape dress is a wardrobe staple that you can wear multiple ways, perhaps you will be at the end of this article! [click to continue…]
You know that I’m in a colourful phase at the moment, but last week I attended the launch of Rocs new range of Sublime Energy creams and the dress code was grey. So I thought it was a good time to wear this old silver grey dress I bought in Australia a looooong time ago.
It’s a very thin (shine through) dress so perfect to wear over capris. Since it’s quite open at the side, I also needed to wear something underneath. A nice statement necklace spiced up the look a bit and since I always get told off by Singaporeans that I’m too tall with heels, I chose to wear my flats this time. [click to continue…]
The nautical theme is still very popular this season. This is a style I have worn many times so I wondered how I could change it up a bit. Since it’s all about the colours as well this season, I decided to add some colours to the usual blue and white. I normally add red to the mix, but this time went for both green and yellow instead. What do you think. Does it still have a nautical look? [click to continue…]