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    Architecture and Fashion in Tokyo; Featured in SisterMag;

    March 6, 2013

    For years I wanted to travel to Tokyo.

    I was curious about Tokyo ever since I watched Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner (at age 16). Years later when I watched Lost in Translation my curiosity to this place increased even more.

    I finally made it to Tokyo last year in 2012.

    I was there for only 72 hours to shoot two articles in a row. And even for a person like me, who lives in the midst of Manhattan for the last 11 years and always thought that New York has it all, after visiting Tokyo, I realized that I was wrong.

    Tokyo, mind you, DOES have it all. Imagine New York City but on steroids. This was Tokyo for me.

    I’ve always wanted to write about the correlation between Architecture and Haute Couture in Tokyo and how top world-wide architectures design these great buildings for the top world wide fashion designers. I’m so glad I finally got the chance to do it for Sister Magazine in their latest issue (no.6).

    See the online magazine here  and flip through to page 68.

    SisterMag, Tokyo, Japan, Architecture, Fashion

    SisterMag, Tokyo, Japan, Architecture, Fashion

    SisterMag, Tokyo, Japan, Architecture, Fashion

    SisterMag, Tokyo, Japan, Architecture, Fashion

    SisterMag, Tokyo, Japan, Architecture, Fashion

    SisterMag, Tokyo, Japan, Architecture, Fashion

    SisterMag, Tokyo, Japan, Architecture, Fashion

    SisterMag, Tokyo, Japan, Architecture, Fashion

    SisterMag, Tokyo, Japan, Architecture, Fashion

    SisterMag, Tokyo, Japan, Architecture, Fashion

  • Few thoughts before my birthday

    One of my closest friends tends to measure her Birthday and the year that passed by the number of places she has visited and the number of people she fell in love with. In…

    June 5, 2012
  • H.P France; The Fashion Trend-setters of Tokyo

    There are those who associate the words ‘Japanese Fashion’  with a Kimono. There are those who would associate the words with Issey Miyake or Yohji Yamamoto, the  two well known Japanese fashion designers, and there…

    March 29, 2012
  • 72 Hours in Tokyo

    Living only 5 minutes walk from Harajuku train station, and luckily only 4 minutes away from Starbucks. Walking back and forth along Omotesando every day and finding some really cute boutiques in the alleys…

    February 12, 2012