Check out this fun video campaign “Small is Beautiful”.

Trio street style darlings, Miroslava Duma, Elin Kling and Hanneli Mustaparta front this campaign for Louis Vuitton. 

Spotted: tiny version of LV’s best bags with various colors on the streets of Paris. 

Oh la la.


20 years old Brit’s own supermodel, Cara Delevingne, known for her full eyebrows and such in high demand in fashion world, shows off DSquared2’s Resort 2013 Collection campaign video.

Designers Dean and Dan of DSquared2, together with director Senio Zapruder, shows the supermodel acting a scene from the 1996 iconic horror movie, Scream. Check it out.


These body care products are not for those who think that being beautiful is what makes them happy.

On the contrary, the people behind this new brand from Burt’s Bees think that being happy is what makes women beautiful. And they’re trying to prove that natural products can also look pretty and fun too. Yes, just like her sister, güd products are as natural as they can get. They don’t contain parabens, phthalates, petrochemicals and most importantly, not tested on animals.

If her sister is targeted for more mature user, güd is aiming for those in their 18-24 age range. “Because women at these range are very sensorial. They may make great choices to protect the environment, but they’re not as on the lookout for villain ingredients, or worried about wrinkles, as the Burt’s Bees shopper is. Güd customers are the kind of women who will pop open the cap in the store looking for an indulgent fragrance,” Garrett Putman, Global Marketing Manager for Burt’s Bees told Marketing Daily.

I’m definitely out of their age range but still sensorial somehow (yup I still pop open any cap in the store if possible), I might try one of their products just to make sure that they really smelltastical like they said. I’ll keep you posted on that review as I’m surfing their website as I typed. You can also check out their colorful animation ad here:



The spring summer collection 2013 from an Italian footwear brand can be viewed via super short cinematic experience. 

Cannes Film Festival winner Drake Doremus, directed a special commissioned film for Sergio Rossi. And like the combination of colors, textures and geometric shapes in the shoes collection, we can say the same about the short movie that can be view here

Titled “The Search”, it is an unique kind of celebration between fashion and cinema, and is dedicated to all the women who have ever worn Sergio Rossi. Even though walking in the woods with Sergio Rossi pumps might sounds absurd, but “The Search” is beautifully made with a nice tune as well, so I’m excited even just for shoes watching. See it to believe it.


Sigh…looking at life through our children’s eyes is the most joyful thing in this world. Even Peter Pan didn’t want to grow up. 

But not every children in this world are so lucky. Especially those in India and Bangladesh. Child labour, poor health and education are their major concerns. And it’s good to know that we can help them through the latest collaboration of H&M and UNICEF. 

On October 18, the Swedish retailer will introduce “All For Children” Collection to benefit UNICEF at 300 stores worldwide. H&M and UNICEF are working together to protect the rights of some of the poorest children in the world. H&M will donate 25% of the sale of each garment to UNICEF’s work mainly in India and Bangladesh. 

While it feels good to purchase something that eventually helping a cause for children, just look at these adorable clothes. And just in time for halloween, this collection added wizard hats, magic wands and rabbit ears too. Totally adorable, cute and put that smile on my face. Watch this on youtube to make you smile even more.


Remembering the teenage years, too many hormones to tackle and too much pimples to handle, this (another) youtube sensation is really an inspiration for teenagers. 

Watch Cassandra Bankson on her youtube (, and you’ll understand why this 19 years old California’s native is such a big hit. Said her first pimple popped up at 9, followed by cystic acne at 14, and got bullied because of them, she decided to put her barefaced once and for all in youtube back in December 2010. Her skills to cover her troubled skin by foundations, concealer and powders had more than 45 millions youtube’s viewer inspired. So inspired, designer Stacey Igel decided to put Cassandra on her label “Boy Meets Girl” runway in New York Fashion Week 2012. 

Now, she’s pursuing modeling (she modeled for Sephora, Hourglass Cosmetics and CHI) and she has a dream of becoming a dermatologist. Way to go, girl!