The Fairest of The Seasons

>> Monday, November 28, 2011

Aloha! Another delayed blog post. This time I'm gonna show you some pictures of Jakarta Fashion Week that was held two weeks ago. Umm, it's not too late to write anything about it, right? I couldn't manage to see many shows due to my "tight" schedule so I only attended very few shows to support my fave Indonesian designers like Sapto Djojokartiko, Barli Asmara, Adesagi Kierana. And these are the two collections that are completely jaw-dropping to me. Too beautiful for words!
pic courtesy: fimela.com
 So this is what I wore to Jakarta Fashion Week 2012: Thrifted white shirt.
Zara sequins top, black skirt, and studded bag. Topshop booties.
Pics by Thornandes James and Rajasa.
Thrifted white shirt. Zara structured blazer, wide leg pants, studded belt and bag.
Burberry shoes.
Please let me introduce my stylist fellow, Rajasa. He's the one who took my pictures. :D
 One of the best Indonesian fashion photographer, Nicoline Patricia Malina and Stanley Allan.
A plus tard!

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Fimela Fatale

>> Thursday, November 24, 2011

Heyho! This post is actually such a long overdue because the photoshoot was done last month, and the pictures were published on end of October. Well, it's better late than never, no? Fimela.com invited us the Indonesian bloggers to play dress-up with so many cool stuff they prepared for us. Basically, they let us mix and match with anything and then they asked us why we picked and wore those items. I myself was overwhelmed with tons of hot stuff from the latest trends, so well yeaaa here are the pictures!
Guess what, we have the video too! Click click click!!

Anyway, fimela.com is throwing "Fimela Fest" to celebrate its first anniversary. If you live in Jakarta, I tell you what, do not miss this event! Click the website for further details. I'll see you there. :)

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Javatrip Photo Diary

>> Saturday, November 12, 2011

These are some of so many amazing antiques at Pasar Triwindu in Surakarta, Central Java Indonesia. I spent five days in Surakarta and did managed to visit Pasar Triwindu for at least three times in between days. I scored tons of antiques for a fraction of price compared to Pasar Antik Jalan Surabaya in Jakarta or Mirota Jogjakarta, and surprisingly the shipping cost to Jakarta was unbelievably cheap! This antiques market gotta be one of my favorite places on earth, especially remembering how nice the sellers are to me even though I haggled an awful lot. :)

From Surakarta I continued my trip to Jogjakarta, my favorite little city in Indonesia. I had always wanted to visit Prambanan Temple in my whole life and this time I finally made it! Although it is known as one of the biggest temples in Indonesia (the biggest one is Borobudur, just in case you didn't know), it turned out to be smaller than I thought. Some of the temples are ruined because of the great earthquake a few years ago.
Still in Prambanan Temple area, this one is called Sewu Temple. When I saw this temple from afar, the stupa architecture reminds me of Borobudur Temple and according to the guide, Sewu Temple is indeed a Buddhist shrine. Not only some of the buildings are ruined due to the earthquake, some of the statues were also stolen.
Let me introduce you Mr and Mrs. Sujono. My tour guide, my foster folks, and the creator of www.pickaface.net (you can create your own avatar on their site! Try now, it's free!).
A plus tard!

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The Life After

>> Monday, November 7, 2011

Photographer / Director : Ricko Sandy
D.O.P / Videographer / Editor : Shakti Siddarta
Asst photo / Videographer : Ifan Hartanto
Make up artist : Andy Chun
Hair : Tedza Syah
Models : Eugenia Shefer @VTM and Angela Filipova @Damn
Wardrobes: Priyo Oktaviano, Sapto Djojokartiko, Adesagi Kierana, Mel Ahyar
As published on www.dewmagazine.com, the eastern issue.

We have the video too! Please check it out and I hope you like it. :)

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