Boston Sunset

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Boston Sunset

When we went to Paris back in July, me and the boyfriend would often watch the sunset at our favourite spot at the river Seine, overlooking Notre Dame, with a bottle of rosé. Here in Boston, our view from our room on the 18th floor of our hotel was magnificent. I took this candid shot of the boyfriend as he attempted to open the bottle of zinfandel our hotel sent us.

I love this feeling of being in love.

I must say it's also worrying. Whenever I'm with the bf, my whole world stops. Literally.

It's good for my personal life, however, it's not so good for my business.

Boston Granary Burying Ground

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Boston Granary Burying Ground

Stockholm last week, Boston this week. After four stressful days of delayed flights, flight diversion, baggage delays and other cross-continental stress, me and the boyfriend finally made it into Boston. Our hotel is right in front of this amazing place called the Granary Burying Ground, one of Boston’s oldest cemeteries.

Boston Granary Burying Ground

Vintage hat, Alice & Olivia cardigan with fur collar, oversized Kenzo scarf, Uniqlo t-shirt and jeans, D&G boots

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Bryanboy for Vogue Nippon February 2011: The New Force – Bloggers Beat

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Bryanboy for Vogue Nippon February 2011

February next year is gonna be an interesting month for me, magazine-wise. I was shot for the cover for a Singaporean fashion magazine a few weeks ago — I can't wait for you to see the end result. It's a MASSIVE surprise and you'll be shocked.

Meanwhile, I took part at a shoot for the amazing folks at Vogue Nippon last year and now their February 2011 issue (Karen Elson in Prada cover) is out. Here's my double page spread for their editorial called "Bloggers Beat".

Karen Elson for Vogue Nippon cover February 2011

Bryanboy for Vogue Nippon February 2011

Speaking of Japan, I'm currently stranded at Tokyo Narita airport and I'm just passing time at the lounge. My connecting flight has been delayed. Wish me luck. I can't wait to go to my next destination.