• The Obliteration Room by Yayoi Kusama for the Children's Season at National Gallery Singapore.
    EVENTS,  TRAVELOGUE

    National Gallery: Children’s Biennale 2017

    Kooling visited Singapore again this year and I got to meet up with her when she did! We went to the National Gallery last year, and this time we decided to go back to check out the Children’s Biennale. I also recently learnt that the National Gallery is abbreviated by some as ‘NaGa’?! I first heard it last week in fact, and thought that they were referring to local snake farm. Our first stop was at Sandra Lee’s The Enchanted Tree House. I’d never heard of Sandra Lee before, but Kooling had, and she was excited to find ourselves immersed in these colourful playscape. We were the largest children in the…

  • FEATURED,  OUTFITS

    Style Squad

    So here’s some pretty major news – Ottie and I made the Zalora x Wear Style Squad! We’re really stoked about it and can’t wait to show off our new wardrobe. I’m feeling really happy for Ottie, since he’s been wanting for new kicks forever now that his go-to slip ons are wearing out, among other staples which he sorely needs. Also, it’s a major boost to his newly-created sartorial account – it only seemed natural that all his human-tripod-stand-in photos while I composed my outfit shots be archived somewhere. Barely made it. I come in at #9 while Ottie follows in my wake. I don’t think he’s come to terms with the…

  • OUTFITS,  TRAVELOGUE

    Joburg

    The city of Johannesburg, or Joburg for short, was a mere one-evening stopover for Ottie and me. We had originally allocated 3 days for this city, but booked a safari for ourselves when we were in Cape Town – which was such a last-minute thing that securing the best option for a safari was a feat for the Cape Town agency who had to work around our flights in and out of Joburg. Note to self: allocate at least 4 days and 3 nights for a safari, not the 3 days and 2 nights which we did. Anyway, we stayed at the Premier Hotel O.R. Tambo for the night, as it was close…