I went to the hospital earlier this afternoon for a doctor check-up and a dental appointment. Might as well hit a few birds with one stone. I took the stairs to go six floors up (and down) rather than wait 10 years for the elevators. Exercise is always good.
I saw this woman stranger smile at me on my way up. She looked like a nice person. I dunno if she recognized me or she just smiled at a random faggot taking vids of himself go up the stairs. LOL.
Natasa Vojnovic is dat chu? Tina Turner is dat chu? Just kidding. You HAVE to give kudos to that woman for being so fierce and for having the moves. I had one chance to try it and no matter how many times I’ve watched her video, I simply could NOT pull her shit off. This is simply too painful (or funny??) to watch. Hahaha!
Belated happy birthday Rogelio. I hope you like your birthday present. It’s a lame attempt, I know, but at least I tried!!!
In the future, I want whatever Natasa is having. That’s all.
I can’t even remember the last time I had a birthday party. I think it was about three or four years ago, I’m not sure. In any case, it’s always nice to celebrate your birthday surrounded by great old friends and amazing new acquaintances. I had a little surprise birthday celebration at the Commons&Sense Magazine + A Shaded View on Fashion party at Le Baron de Paris. As my favourite style icon Diane said, I sure did get the ‘rockstar treament’.
Baby Mary of Faline, Jun Takahashi of Undercover, my dearest Yoshiko, the fabulous Yuya, the iconic Diane Pernet, Yoshiko of Yoshiko Creation Paris and of course, Shun (of Vogue Hommes Japan) in the background — I can hear your voice!
Thank you so much to everyone who made my birthday special. Tokyo rocks!
I went to Beijing and all I got was a bloody t-shirt. Just kidding. Here’s a video of me mincing around the Nanluoguxiang Hutong district of Beijing. Hutongs are these traditional and ancient Chinese alleyways that are almost very rare to find in this city of enormous buildings.
Funny how my Spanish friend Ate Danica (the one with the green scarf) didn’t bat an eyelash when I walked past him. Hahaha! We were so pressed for time so I didn’t get the chance to check out each and every shop but I did end up buying a t-shirt that says “I <3 BJ”. Hysterical!
My newfound acquaintances in Beijing made me ride the subway yesterday en route to a housewarming party and boy I had fun. You know, I would like to use the subway more but walking in Beijing is such a bitch. It’s a MASSIVE city and for me, it’s so much easier if I cab it.
Each ride on the subway (you can go ANYWHERE within Beijin) costs 2 Yuan which is like oh bloody hell, thirty US cents? Dang!!!