Take a peek (and read a little snippet I wrote)!
Last year there was Glamazon 2.0: Too Much is Never Enough: it was grandeur in a glossy bottle and I was delighted to take part in the avant garde segment of the second show during my first year of living in Phnom Penh.
Stepping into the limelight this year in sky high heels and mass amounts of glimmer comes Glamazon: Abyss. I’m looking forward to being part of the anticipated event once again and had the chance to write up an article for WUPP! to share a bit more about what to look forward to. Throw on some neoprene and get ready to dive in!
As the general populous of the well coiffed in Phnom Penh know, The Dollhouse isn’t just a place to get shorn, highlighted, and deep conditioned: it also garners immense attention for their monthly spreads in AsiaLife along with a constant flurry of beauty and fashion editorials for the glossies of the city in addition to a number of stylistic events throughout the year.
I’ve been wanting to incorporate my favorite (cats!) into a photo shoot for some time now. While they’ve made guest appearances in other shoots like one I did with Jeremie Montessuis of Film Noir Studio for WUPP, this was the first with two little guys.
Thanks Philippa for letting me borrow Simba and Atticus for the evening and props to Montana Rakz of RAKZ Photography Studio as the guru behind the camera.
A fantastic evening with Little Kitchen full of mouthwatering Basque fare supporting M’Lup Russey was enjoyed on June 22nd for yet another successful and enjoyable Little Kitchen event at Meta House.
“Revenues benefit M’Lup Russey- LNGO which works on providing emergency foster-care to children who have been separated from their families, with the aim of supporting their reintegretion into their biological families where appropriate, as well as supporting young people who leave orphanages to start a safe and independent life.” –Little Kitchen