Bo.lan – Bangkok, Thailand

Dining at Bo.lan in Bangkok has got to be one of my favorite food experiences. Michelin-star chef, David Thompson partnered with native Chef Duangporn Songvisava to create a restaurant focused on Thai gastronomy and the slow food movement, which is increasing conscious selection from farm to fork. We ordered the Bo.lan “Balance” menu, leaving it up to the chefs to…
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Hello, fall

H&M sweater ASOS fishtail dress Zara sandals A key sign of autumn, in addition to swirling red leaves on the ground, is the permanent clutching of a pumpkin spiced soy latte in my hand (seasonal siamese twin). Anyway, I like the return of easy-to-throw-on-crewneck-sweaters for fall, and this one has some cool details to keep things more interesting. I got…
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Hong Kong Photo Journal

I’m convinced Hong Kong has the most perfect skyline, from anywhere you see it or against any color background the sky decides to dream up that evening. The streets are kept but with enough grit, graffiti, and character as to keep you on your toes and your camera out around every turn. As with the food, I’ll note the photos…
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Love Like Denim – San Diego, CA

Club Monaco denim blazer J.Crew linen shirt Helmut Lang chambray shorts We shot these photos in San Diego this past weekend before watching the sunset from the La Jolla cliffs. The pictures don’t depict these massive dry dusty cliffs overlooking an endless Pacific Ocean surrounded by a vast sun-toasted meadow. Time is so fluid for me in the presence of rushing…
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Digital Perm in Hong Kong (#2)

A year ago I posted about my digital perm and every month it’s still the most visited and searched subject on my blog. I also get asked a lot of questions about it so I figured I’ll do an updated post. When I went to Hong Kong last month, I got my annual digital perm. This style works for me…
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Young girl and the sea

WiNK floral dress We stayed at a resort in Phuket, Thailand with its own private beach. Since it was rainy season, the resort was eerily empty, but after weeks of running around major cities that was a welcomed change. The most amazing part was $10 massages by the beach with a breeze and the sound of waves crashing in the…
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