No lids? No sweat. Here’s how to do your eye makeup, the Fall 2013 style.

Anthony Vaccarello : Use an intense pop of color like deep burgundy. Leave the rest of makeup matte and try a no mascara look for a change.

Douglas Hannant : Neutral color is always a winner. Line upper and lower lids with black liquid eyeliner for definition. White eyeliner pencil on the bottom lids will make your eyes look wider, try it.

Helmut Lang : Strong brows are good compliment for no eyelids ladies, so make sure you shape your eyebrows perfectly. Apply eyeshadow base/primer and try a glossy color for a modern yet edgy look.

Derek Lam : Play with eyeshadow textures for more minimal and sophisticated look. Metallic shimmer on the center of eyelids will give an iridescent touch to the whole face. 

Dolce & Gabbana : Inspiration, Sophia Loren. Flicked eyeliner is the best trick to achieve the feline style, and don’t forget that crimson lips to compliment this glamour look.



Because 1+1 = 2?

Tight budget? This is the fashionable way out without THE price.


After oxblood color dominates many runways last year, get ready to turn to other color.

Wine. Darker shade of red, sophisticated, warm, yet it made us look cool and expensive at the same time. Check out the latest runways from NY Fashion Week Fall 2013, covered with wine colors, different textures and styles. 


Prabal Gurung, born in Singapore, Jason Wu born in Taiwan, Alexander Wang, Phillip Lim & Derek Lam born in the US from Chinese parents & Thakoon Panichgul born in Thailand. Asian’s heritage with American’s lifestyle. With so many inspiring Asian American designers, no wonder NY Times once reported that roughly 70% of international students newly enrolled at Parsons the New School for Design came from Asia. So did Fashion Institute of Technology whose 23% of the nearly students enrolled are either Asian or Asian-American. 


There are no better ways to check out how the fashion stylists put on together a look, than a Lookbook. It’s like a compilation of photographs to show off the newest collection, and for me, it’s like a dictionary of style. Pronto! Every season, most of designers and clothing line will come up with their very own Lookbook, and these are my favorites from Fall 2012 (from retails to high end brands). Enjoy.