Daily Archives: February 11, 2011

Blogs x V-Day

Been blog hopping for the last few hours because I’m – 1.) home early (yes, no cringing!), 2.) sick as hell, and 3.) really such a blogwhore. /LOL. Anyway. You should’ve seen my RSS reader! It’s been painted red all over.




I love Laureen, the uber-fashionista.


An idolatry I learned some six years ago – Ms. Lori Baltazar.


Me Buddha Banana

Bjorn x Manila

As much as I cringe how young he is and already making it big, I admire that his passion in everything he does.

Saab x FMCC

Is it necessary to say I love Saab more than any girl in my life? Groupie alert.


Rent is in my forever growing list of theatrical plays to watch. Maybe this Valentine’s. If only V-Day is a holiday!


* Photo credits to the respective bloggers.

I excluded posts from the ongoing Hot Air Balloon Festival in Clark – to which I was about to go, just when my asthma attacks like there’s no tomorrow. Dear lungs, I haven’t abused you at all, so why this? (Sorry. Ranting now.) ALSO! That Status Fashion Show in UST! Damn.

Valentine’s Day (or ❤’s Day to others. Make it Single Awareness Day to many!!!) is only three snoozes away. On a manic monday, I bet you’ll find it difficult finding a quiet, and almost empty restaurant with people less than smooching in front of you. People flood the malls as if it’s the Christmas sale again (AND LUNETA. Do people date there pa?) Flowers’ price hikes (to which I ask, why do chocolates’ don’t.) And the need for the RH bill to be passed increases. For me though (as in for the past 21 years a.k.a. My Whole Life), I’ll be spending it with friends and family (or with paperworks.) Hopefully, the former.

Not that I care that I don’t have a Valentine. Haha!

I’m going random and bonkers already. My lungs are unimaginable.

Greater Good x Stylebreak

This is one of the collaborations I’ve been watching close lately. I love how eco-awareness has been a motivation in commerce, and how the fashion world follows suit. Greater Good‘s geek-hunk Mike Concepcion and Stylebreak‘s uber-fashionista Laureen Uy teamed up for Young Folk, Silly Folk. Ditch the animal fur/hide/scales/whatnot, the collaboration aims to support the environment and animal rights by printing animal prints rather using real ones.

I really hope my last rotation is not in Batangas. I want to go the launch! Or have an excuse to go to the Borough and eat their famous gourmet New York-style burgers. Whichever, I want to go! See you (hopefully)!