Three life lessons from three sassy and successful women

Over the past weeks, Onah and I have been talking about starting a new category. We wanted a section unlike fashion, architecture, and interior design. A section dedicated to personal stories that bring us closer to you than my usual how-to’s and fashion throwbacks. Here, we’ll talk about career, lifestyle, health, and happiness (more life outside the design studio). I am so excited to share the first post of “life”- life tips from successful women that have really stuck with me. 

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Our second vlog! Q&A with Onah

Like my previous post, Q & A with Jin, Onah decides to pour out (under 3 minutes!) her story on all things blogging….

Onah and I have collaborated on a little heart-to-heart about our lives and why we love blogging. We’ve been super excited to give you guys some more insight on us. This is quite exploratory so any feedback is much appreciated!

 

 

Keys Learned from Coco Chanel – My Fashion Hero

As a lover of Fashion History, it’s in my blood to be inspired by designers of the past as well as the present. Earlier, I’ve written about a groundbreaking designer, Rei Kawabuko. This week is a tribute to one of the fairy godmothers of fashion Coco Chanel. Gabrielle Chanel was truly a timeless woman. What she stood for a century ago remains relevant today! As I always say, fashion is not just about clothes. It is expression, art, ideals, and philosophy. It shapes not just our bodies, but how we interact with the world. Here are four keys to live by that every creative lady can learn from Coco Chanel. Continue reading →

The Art Of Social Gatherings

Previously on “The Art Of People Watching“, we identified that, one, we all do it, and two, we learn from it. Continuing from that topic, I want to explore how design frames the context for social groups in public spaces. So let’s dive into it- what have we learned from observing design and its influence on assembling people?

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