April Pickups 2017: All Black Everything – COS, Vanishing Elephant, UNIQLO

If you like what you see in this post, make sure to follow me on Instagram – @03jiahuei Okay, I know this post is very late, but you can blame the group members I was assigned to in all of my uni subjects for that. April was a month of black. I was fixated on trying to experiment with textures and shape, more-so than actually focusing … Continue reading April Pickups 2017: All Black Everything – COS, Vanishing Elephant, UNIQLO

Less is More: Culling for Sustainability

H&M is great. Uniqlo is awesome. Zara is fucking trash and you shouldn’t buy anything from those art stealing bandits. The allure of fast fashion is strong. Particularly for the ubiquitous rise of the brokeboi looking to ball on a budget. And for good reason. I’ve been there, trust me. I’ve seen that iteration of hell. “Whoa Jia, isn’t that a bit judgemental?” I hear … Continue reading Less is More: Culling for Sustainability

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Ode to the Hidden Genius: Feeding the Starving Artist

Featured Photo by Adam Wiseman/Corbis “Did you know that there are more people with genius IQ’s living in China than there are people of any kind living in the United States?” Jesse Eisenberg (portraying Mark Zuckerberg) proposes this in the beginning of The Social Network. While I doubt the statements validity, it does make you think. How many people out there possess talent that will never see … Continue reading Ode to the Hidden Genius: Feeding the Starving Artist