Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Eccentric Oriental by Sutanto Danuwidjaja

For you who lives in Indonesia, especially Jakarta would've known about the latest big fashion event called Bazaar Fashion Festival 2014 at Jakarta Convention Center last week.. Many local designers showed their collection in the runway and at this event, I got the opportunity to see Sutanto Danuwidjaja's show.. I've been his fan since I saw his "Bird Paradise" collection and I was very thrilled to witness his new collection, Eccentric Oriental.. Now let's scroll and be part of his amazing works.. 

My jaw literally dropped as soon as a couple models walked out the runway.. This collection is magnificent! Each and every piece of them made with amazing details, a combination of different materials, you can feel the Chinese vibe for sure.. Uh oh.. I'm speechless, just scroll for more..

Look at those smiles <3

Mr. Sutanto DW himself, a very humble man behind the extraordinary design
I had a great time watching the show, it's like chinese paintings went alive.. Thank you and congratulation Mr. Sutanto Danuwidjaja for the show.. I can't wait to see your next collection.. ;*

Love & Dream,

Sunday, August 24, 2014


Skirt: ASOS (similar here and here) | Shoes: Zara (similar here and here)
Crop top and necklace: local brand | Bracelet: Forever21

We can never go wrong when it comes to black colored outfit.. Even though I must say that wearing all black errthang isn't really my cup of tea but I do enjoy styling them.. This time, I try to embrace myself to wear a midi skirt and it quite challenging because midi skirt can make you look short, especially for a 5'3 girl like me.. So I chose to wear this beautiful embossed pencil skirt with a crop top to help elongate my body.. It turned out not so bad, isn't it? Maybe you will see me with a midi skirt more in the future.. :)

Love & Dream,

Photos by Faustina DP 

Sunday, August 10, 2014


As I promised you before, here are some more pictures from my latest trip to Bali.. My first destination are the beaches, of course.. And on the next day after my arrival, I had the chance to go to 3 beaches because it's not a high season yet so the traffic was not bad.. The first beach I went is Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua which highly recommended for their water sports (you can check here).. Don't worry about the safety because they have full safety equipment and you will be accompanied by the guide.. I chose parasailing that day and I really want to do it again (with the guide of course).. Too bad I didn't dare to bring my camera up there, the view was breath taking!

Yes, it's me with the white pants, in front of the guide

Our next stop is Pandawa Beach, known for the 5 Pandawa giant statues.. Our tour guide said that they actually cut the cliff and built the statues there so people always remember their god and goddess..

We didn't spend much time there because we need to catch our Kecak Dance Show in Pura Luhur Uluwatu, one of the biggest temple in Uluwatu.. This is a must-go destination because you can experience many things..

It's a sacred place, so we must wear long skirt or pants, or if you accidentally wearing a short like me, you can wear their Sarong at the entrance.. One other thing before you enter the temple area, don't forget to take off your sunglasses, glasses, hat, big hair clips, even your camera, because you're about to meet the monkeys and they're not that friendly to your eye-catchy stuffs..

Up up to the hill and remember to try every path you meet because you never know what view you will see.. 

It's finally time to watch the famous Kecak Dance Show.. What so special about this Kecak Dance? Well, you can find hundreds of Kecak Dance Shows in Bali but only in Uluwatu you can watch the dance and still catch the beautiful sunset because all Kecak Dance Show start around 6 pm..

Till the next post from paradise.. ;*

Love & Dream,