Year 2 First Semester

November 28, 2012

First semester of year two is officially over. Next year some of them will be in fashion design, some - fashion management, while some - like me will be in fashion communication. While I'm excited about studying only fashion communication (mainly art direction, fashion photography, styling), it's a little sad to think that some of them will never be in the same class with me anymore! I must admit when I first came to LASALLE, whenever I saw the fashion students, I got intimidated, they look confident (and maybe a little arrogant hehehe), but most of the time after you know them, they're totally different from what you think. I'm glad they're all very nice people - not only talking about my classmates, but all the fashion students. Thankful for all of those who were there for me when I needed, you might not know when I needed you but your sole presence and companionship have helped me get through some hard times. Recently I know I have disappointed a friend whom trusted me, not only I disappointed her, but also myself, I know saying sorry won't help and I've read so many quotes of how trust is like a mirror, once it's broken, it'll never be the same anymore. But I've learned the lesson, and I hope over time I will prove my change. I have absolutely no desire to repeat the same mistake or disappoint anyone I care.

p/s: tonight is the last night I'm in Singapore before 2013. So ready to travel. Ciao Singapore! May everyone will be enjoying an eventful and lovely December!

The Princess Who Saved Herself

November 25, 2012

I actually really don't like how my lifestyle blog has slowly become a blog where I only share photos of my photoshoots, behind-the-scenes, etc. I myself prefer reading something about people's lifestyle, travel, food. So I swear...this is gonna be the last post of my photoshoot for THIS year. yep this year, because my holidays started! And I really just want myself to stop working on photos day and night, I want to just relax and travel without feeling guilty, so I'm starting to reject some of the shoots that people want me to do in the next couple of weeks.

So, back to the topic - "The Princess Who Saved Herself" was a shoot I did few weeks back for a school assignment. It's not so much on high fashion, but storytelling. Behind the scene here.

It's all about a princess who craves for freedom. She yearns to be freed. Staying in a castle all her life, she wants to see the world out there. She is not going to wait for her prince-charming to come and rescue her. She finally escapes from the castle, to a place where no one knows her name.


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