A little bit of Croatian fashion

First of all apologies to everyone for not updating my blog. I have been extremly busy working on some projects but now I am back and ready to write again. This time I wanted to introduce you guys to a bit of fashion a’la Croatia. Last week I was opening the show for my dear […]

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Gentleman od Passports

On my previous trips to Tokyo and Doha, I got to take a leather friend with me . Not exactly a girly passport cover you would expect a girl to have, but still a very nice and luxurious one. If you travel a lot, your passport gets ruined very quickly. At the airport you can […]

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Lost in Translation, The New York bar

One night we went to Golden gai. Golden gai is a couple of small blocks of houses with super miniature bars. Some of them only fit 3 people at the bar. We were told to leave a couple of them, I guess most of the owners aren’t so keen on non Japanese speaking tourists, but […]

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Green Outfit in Tokyo

So , just to be clear. Tokyo is not a fashion friendly place. I struggled in these heels. Thank God for this  BiteMyStyle backpack and the sneakers I took with me, because my feet were killing me. Anyway. I decided to wear something casual so I mixed and matched my clothes with Charlie’s clothes. It […]

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This is what a cat caffe in Tokyo looks like

Have you ever been to a Cat caffe? No? Well,… you don’t know what you are missing. A cat caffe is a perfect way of making your hair allergic boyfriend want a cat. It is cute, fluffy, adorable and surprisingly not smelly at all. Obviously I had the honour of visiting one in Tokyo and […]

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13 things that I loved and Hated about Tokyo

I hated that : Nobody spoke english. It is a miracle if you come across someone who speaks english. Tourist information centres included. Charles and I were on a mission to get to mountain Fuji and were getting lost in the subways trying to retrieve information. Thankfully we used all sign and sound language to […]

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