I didn't allow myself to leave Kota Kinabalu without checking out it's Sunday market which is located in Gaya street. I didn't mind the slight rain plus Gaya's just a short distance from where I was staying. It's an interesting place and for a good shopping experience in Kota Kinabalu, you should check it out. Many varieties are being sold there from antiques, some knick knacks, food, plants, organic items, pets, clothes, etc. Too bad I didn't have much time to check out everything but at least I was able to take few photos and thanks to my local friend who helped me bargain the prices.
Cotton on scarf, vintage Christian Dior top, Topshop shorts
This vintage Dior top has been with me for seven years now. Back in the day, I would be excited for anything vintage that caught my eye from accessories, clothes and even furniture.Through time,I learned what things to let go and what to keep, mainly because of the influences of my parents, grandma and brother. Now, only the items that have a classic feel deserve a place in my closet.
Here are some of my photos during my Halloween 2012 at Area 51. I was dressed in a MEOW MEOW costume without the whiskers for my first Halloween party ever. I know, it's kinda weird that it was myfirst- coming from a person who loves to dance all night long and party with friends. I chose the perfect
place to celebrate it. I think nothing beats Boracay for Halloween parties. Everything's just there- good company, booze, beach, bla bla...
It's so amazing that aside from the gorgeous designer items from Valentino, Vanessa Bruno,
etc, the shoot done by Cass Bird for The New York Times was done in one of the most
interesting countries for me, Israel. Now i don't know which amazes me more, the clothes
or the picturesque Tel Aviv.
photosvia nytimes style magazine