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Last week the Fashion train stopped in Moscow for the 39th season of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia. Russia continues to draw visitors to its capital for the vast cultural and historical landmarks as well as its noteworthy fashion scene. Over the last decade, Fashion Week in Moscow has become a platform of opportunity and growth for local and international emerging talent. With over 6o+ brands in the line-up, this season housed a nice range of sustainable designers, model inclusivity and a mix of seasoned and new designers with unique

You’ve had your fair share of following SAU LEE and MASE on various online channels, and now you want to have a taste of what the birthplace of such fashion labels has in store for you. The city (although officially a special administrative region) of Hong Kong is truly a beehive of beauty, style, and self-care in every possible sense of the phrase. It’s the mecca of forward-looking fashion labels, it’s the home of innovation, and it should be on every fashionista’s travel radar for a number of valid reasons.

Russian culinary culture has undergone a major revolution and now offers a wide range of establishments worth visiting. Russia generates an avalanche of political headlines, but amid this media focus Moscow is a very safe, enjoyable and hospitable place. The times of Soviet style cafeterias serving blinis and borsht are long gone. The lack of quality dining options have been replaced with endless establishments offering both exquisite fine dining, as well as international casual options.  However, this culinary diversity makes the industry more competitive than ever, putting pressure on new and

Packing for a trip overseas is a major production, especially when you have to pack a whole family. Something I am not too excited to do for the upcoming trip this summer. On the other hand, packing for a work trip is a different story and a very fun process, especially if it is for an occasion like Fashion Week. This type of trip, although quick, requires some creative planning. Looking good and being comfortable are two major factors when packing for any Fashion Week. Plus Moscow is a very

In recent years, Muslim fashion has been recognized as an important part of the global fashion industry. When the opportunity arose for me to style a fashion presentation that was held for the grand opening of a new exhibit at the De Young Museum, called “Contemporary Muslim Fashions”, I jumped on it. Muslim fashion has had a history of challenges in the industry and this exhibit shed a light on Muslim designers and the misconceptions that come with modest fashion. This show was made to start a positive conversation about Muslim

From the Golden Gate Bridge to the Painted Ladies, San Francisco is one of the most Instagrammable cities in the U.S. What most people don’t know is that it is also one of the top three cities in the country for murals just behind Los Angeles and Chicago. Being a perfect-photo-seeking-junkie like myself, I am always on a look out for that best backdrop. There is much more to include in this list today, but below are the three that I find most noteworthy. There are thousands of murals in

Joshua Tree visit has been on our wish list for a while. I have seen so many captures that had me captivated on this dreamy place of California. So, when our God Momma, suggested we meet there before the start of the school year, Andy and I jumped on the opportunity. We packed a car loaded full of our kids’ necessities, and headed Southeast California to experience the magic of the Joshua Tree. We opted to drive as we wanted  to see a few parts of California like Death Valley

It’s time to check your sweet tooth! First it was the Museum of Ice Cream and now, Candytopia is opening its doors to the public in San Francisco today, September 6th, 2018. My daughter and I, visited the exhibit a few days ago. We spent a whole three hours nibbling our way through rooms of candied fun. From a life size hammerhead shark made from gummy bears, jelly beans and rock candy, to a unicorn pig shooting confetti from its behind, to a swim able marshmallow pit; this interactive, instagrammable exhibit will

Wearing vintage is a way to ensure your clothing is entirely unique. I love finding a treasure that can be reinvented in a modern and edgy way. I believe paring vintage with modern elements is a great way to create your unique style. Today, I am sharing with you my favorite Northern California finds. If you are intimidated to incorporate vintage into your closet, these older posts might just get you the inspo you need. Have you ever noticed that you will often see the same trends come back again and

If you could see me right now, you would see me beaming with excitement – tomorrow we leave for Europe. This is one of the biggest trips we will do as a family. Andy is finally going to see Mother Russia in all its glory and there is no better time to do it but during the World Cup. Besides the World Cup and exploring all Moscow has to offer, we are also heading for an adult only vacation in Ibiza. This is a dream come true for both Andy

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