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It was filled of fun with loads of activities. I’ve learnt more makeup techniques from the pros as well. Here are some photos taken during the event.
All the cheering and support always been a great help!
Congrats to all the winners!
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Last time people viewed skinny as ‘unacceptable’. Our generation is far different. At least in Fashion industry.
So, what’s wrong with being skinny?
Do you realize that these days in the fashion industry, super skinny models are becoming a part of high fashion labels or runways. I’m sure many of you already saw it from The Fashion Week this year all over the world. In fashion, they define this skinniness as curves. In a runway, people might pay more attention to their skinny bodies rather than the clothes and it’s maybe a big risk in a business sense. However, many high end designers take all these risks as a challenge and prove us wrong. Their models are awesome so are their designs.
Image from here
However, some people also think that it’s not a good message for the fashion industry have this image as it may cause the young girls to imitate.
“They don’t look normal”
What is normal in fashion industry? Do you define ‘creative’ as being normal? Obviously not. I remembered hearing some people comment that most people in art school are weird. If you define creative people who think out of a box and express them in a different way as ‘being weird’ then be it.
“They are anorexia”
In some cases, maybe. But not every skinny person is anorexic. Some people are born skinny and some just prefer to be that way. There are also some teens who have yet to develop their curves and appear to be skinny. It’s never a good thing to go to the extent of becoming anorexic. There is so many good ways to lose weight rather than not eating at all. Exercise, that’s one good example.
But how skinny is too skinny?
Some people think I’m too skinny. Some think I’m just small. My ex modeling agent said that I need to lose 2-3 kilos more when I was already happy with how skinny my body was that time (and now). It all depends on how individuals view and how do you feel about yourself. There are many woman who do not belong to this category and they look great with enough confident and positive personality. Most importantly? Are you happy with your body size?
It’s Cozycot’s 10th year and I’m honored to be a part of this celebration.
I would like to again say thanks to all of you who have always been a great support and made me achieve this Beauty&Fashion award. Heartfelt.
Congrats to other winners as well!
Dropped by Rachel’s booth for little while to have a nice chat.
Also, many thanks for the cosmetics from her own line she passed me on that day.
Richelle and I were waiting for Agri (the late girl) so we decided to take some photos with the nice sunlight on that day.
Feminine look in nude-pink with a little contrast of blue earrings.
Had Korean food for dinner and KTV with the girls after the ceremony.
Love this photo with Agri.
My life in June was really tough so I’m glad it’s finally July as I get a week plus of holidays to visit my beloved family in Bangkok and do many other things I have not done in awhile. Therefore, I went to do some shopping last week and the first destination was KOOSHI.
I got to know this brand through a stylist who dolled me up with all Kooshi pieces during one magazine cover shoot in 2007.
Ever since then, it has became one of my favorite online store because of the classic pieces in every new collections they have launched so far.
Kooshi has opened their first outlet in Mandarin Gallery and I went there last week.
This white dress is by Kooshi. It’s very comfortable.
Making myself home.
Love the packaging for bikini sets.
Located at Mandarin Gallery 3rd floor #03-25.
After spending quite a long while over there, I came out with 2 shopping bags full. Satisfied. Happy. And wearing a smile.
See more of their collection here at www.kooshi.com
*get 20% discount with this code <N1701> T&C apply.
Later on, I dropped by Toast Box at Scape to have a glass of homemade Bali while waiting for J to pick me up.
Not to waste my effort on hair and makeup, I cam-whored over there too. Well. Not everyday is a good hair day though. Appreciate it.
That’s all for now.
Love. – nira