Posts Written On February 2010

Fashion Software

Hi there, welcome to Hong Kong again! And this time I am going to introduce a brand new software to you — Fashion Software. Remember, without the support of some good software, no matter how amazing your hardware is, it will still not be functioning to its full capacity.

In HK, people are getting more and more accessorized with their ‘fashion software’ such as bow tie, gallus, ray ban, and trendy hair style of course, in order to match with their perfect glamorous outfits, here are some examples which I see every day on the street! And thus I have put them onto myself….. haha! Have a wonderful week!


Vapour Organic Beauty

When Eric came to FIDM to speak, I was so lucky to get to try Vapour Organic Beauty’s Atmosphere Luminous Foundation.

Vapour Atmosphere Luminous Foundation is made with 70% Certified Organic ingredients. The other 30% consists of natural mineral pigments and vitamins which are not available as certified organics.
Mineral Pigments suspended in a proprietary blend of Certified Organic ingredients

  • Sophisticated buildable light to medium coverage
  • Envelops the skin in rich, breathable protection
  • Immediately diminishes the appearance of fine lines and pores
  • Evens the skin tone
  • Enhances the skin’s natural healthy glow
  • Moisturizing base allows minerals to move with the skin
  • Pigments do not deposit in pores & fine lines 
  • Will not clog pores
Too good to be true? Ya maybe!  Infused with Vapour’s Organic botanicals: Frankincense, Tulsi, & Lotus Flower. Oh la la!  I packed it into my bag when then took off to Vegas for MAGIC. Here I am wearing it.. What do you think?
Pretty friggin Luminous right? ^_^

Leaves regular Mineral Makeup in the dust!

Yojie Japanese Fondue and Sake Bar

Japanese Fondue = Mmm…

I’m officially obsessed. I went to check out this new restaurant near FIDM called Yojie Japanese Fondue and Sake bar with a few girlfriends…it was fabulous! 

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If you’re a health-food maniac and need a place to feel somewhat normal, or are looking for a unique downtown experience, I highly recommend this trendy Japanese restaurant. Just blocks from LA Live, Yojie is located in the heart of Downtown LA at the corner of Olympic and Grand. (If you can’t find metered parking, I recommend parking at the lot kitty corner from the restaurant, it’s usually about $5)

The menu consists of mouthwatering starters like edamame and miso soup among other items. For the main entrée, choices include a variety of dishes consisting of uncooked meat and veggies, both of utmost quality and freshness.

By the time our food arrived, the burners at the center of our table had boiled a saucy broth for our food to prepare in, accompanied by rice, an egg and an array of sauces and spices for personalized flavor. I ordered the Vegetarian Medley from the Sukiyaki menu which was absolutely delicious, not to mention healthy. It came with a plate filled to the rim with 2 types of noodles, 2 types of mushrooms, cabbage, leeks and carrots. (I found that dipping the veggies into the egg either before or after boiling in the broth and cooking the softer veggies like the cabbage for a shorter time and harder veggies like the carrots for a longer time, works the best:)

Bottom line, the food was great, not to mention the desserts and drinks. I guess you’ll have to swing by Yojie to see for yourself. Let me know what you think!

If this hasn’t tempted you, check out the photos I took:

Waiting for our food! Check out the burners on the table! So Cool!

Broth for cooking food

Food comes out on a cart!

and here I am 🙂

Make sure ask for Vanessa or TJ when you go… and leave them a good tip!

In the Biz: Eric Sakas

It’s not everyday that you get the inside story. We had the opportunity to hear the story of Kevyn Aucoin through the words of his business and life partner. I am so happy that had my camera! Here are his words. Enjoy.


Colette says…

“What a wonderful life I’ve had! I only wish I’d realized it sooner.”
Sidonie Gabrielle Colette
Live in the present and let the future graciously unfold. Don’t read the last page first and find movie spoilers.