Hi.Lovelies! I flew to Korea after visiting Tokyo, Japan. All of my family lives in Korea and it’s been almost a year since I’ve been back. Today, we had lunch at a famous Korean BBQ restaurant, called Sam Woon Garden. Their BBQ is so juicy and tasty and delicious. Aside from their yummy food, the place is well known because it’s owned by pro golfer, Grace Park and her father. I’ve even heard that once when Grace won a tournament, her father gave out free meals all day to diners. There’s not much better than free Korean BBQ in my book :).
Anyway, the temperature was below 32 F so I pulled a warm cozy white fur mink from my own clothing line, OH2 by Christina Oh. I paired my coat with a gray turtleneck, a flared skirt and grey boots. I can’t wait to share more info with you guys on my new clothing line just as soon as I get back to the US. I’m so excited!
This is some of my family. It’s always so wonderful to see them.
Everywhere here is decked out in beautiful Christmas decorations.
My mom, me and my younger sister. Family time is the best Christmas gift I could ever ask for. Happy Holidays!
Mink coat: OH2 by Christina Oh (price upon request), Top: Equipment, Skirt: J. Crew, Shoes: Jimmy Choo, Pin: Chanel
Christmas is just around the corner. What’s on your wish list? I’ve finished wrapping gifts for my family but haven’t decided what gift to treat myself to. Maybe something in an orange box :). I had so much fun at my photographer, Sara Hanna’s studio shooting with a few Hermes goodies. For today’s shoot, I picked a black and silver knit dress which I paired with my one-of-a-kind, Fendi monster bag and a fun pair of sandals.
Great combination, yes?
Dress: St. John, Bag: Fendi,Shoes: Pierre Hardy
Sara Hanna Photography
Though Tokyo is amazing, I’m a little sad that I missed an awesome event last week. My dearest friend, Su Longman hosted the new Bentley Handbag VIP event at Atlanta restaurant, Davios. I’ve been dying to see the new limited edition Bentley handbag and Su and Richard, the manager of the Atlanta Bentley dealership, generously allowed my photographer, Bryan to take some pictures so that I can still share this awesome event with my blog readers while I’m away. Last year, 60 limited-edition bags were sold in 30 minutes. Clearly this is a big ticket item.
This is the second collection of the Bentley bag. The bags come in two distinct styles: The Barnato and The Continental. As you can see from the pictures above, these are timeless pieces that truly reflect that sleek and stylish Bentley aesthetic.
Our beautiful host, Su Longman, with Richard, the manager of Bentley and my dear friend, D’anne Heckert of Modern Luxury magazines.
A few more of the night’s charming guests.
Vanessa and Dawn.
And more fabulous guests.
This miniature Bentley is absolutely adorable.
Gift bags! For more information on the Bentley handbag collection, visit their website here.
Venue: Davios Fifth Plaza, GA
Today, I decided to visit Odaiba. This place is known as the place for the couples. I’ve heard so many good things about Odaiba that I definitely had to check it out. Odiba was little far away from Tokyo so I took the monorail which made travel there easier.
I was scared to try the monorail here in Japan for the first time but the vending machine has an English version and people were so nice and helped me find my way.
As you can see, the monorail has three lines: Asakusa line, JR line and Ginza line. Taxis are quite expensive in Tokyo so if you’re visiting Japan, I strongly recommend to try the monorail.
Here I am in Odiba. What a pretty view. I bet the night of view will be also fantastic. No wonder this place is known for couples.
I took a stroll by the water.
Today was sunny but windy. I wore a color-blocked rabbit jacket to keep myself warm.
Venue: Odiba, Japan
This is my first time visiting Japan. I grew up most of my life in Korea and Japan was our neighbor but I never had a chance to visit. Now I live in Atlanta GA which is much further away and I finally got my chance to go to Tokyo to attend the Dior Pre-Fall show. Tokyo is similar to Seoul where I grew up. The people are very kind and the food are amazing. The Street is also very clean and organized. Most areas are very small but very well structured. I definitely see a trip back to Tokyo sometime in my future.
Today, I explored Ginza which is one of the most busiest places in Tokyo. The weather was chilly and crisp but still great for walking around and exploring.
I pulled out my favorite leather jacket and matched with white distressed denim. I wanted a little color, so I added my Chanel patchwork denim bag.
There are so many restaurants in Ginza that I didn’t know which one to choose.
I decided to try Japanese Style Italian Spaghetti today. The miso sauce seafood pasta was amazing!!!
Street of Ginza.
Jacket: Christian Dior (similar), Sweater: Risto, Pants: J Brand (similar), Shoes: BCBG (last seen here), Bag: Chanel (last seen here)
Venue: Ginza, Japan
Hello from Tokyo! I’m in Japan to attend the Esprit Dior Tokyo 2015 show. My trip was a last-minute decision and when I got on to the airport, my connecting flight from Atlanta to Korea was delayed for eight hours which meant I missed my flight from Korea to Japan. I almost missed the show, but luckily arrived in japan just four hours prior to showtime. As you can see from my photos the show was well worth the craziness I went through to get there.
The press pit gets me every time. It’s always so crazy but it’s part of the fun of the show. I wish I could share the actual experience with you all.
I wish I knew who these gorgeous ladies are. Must be Japanese celebrities. Stunning!
A look at Raf Simons’ Pre–Fall 2015 collection. Lots of shimmer and prints.
The show’s not just about the clothes. I also pay special attention to the accessories and I’m absolutely loving every single pair of these boots.
This stadium was filled with 1.400 guests.
Do you see Raf Simons in the right corner? I almost missed him.
A quick glimpse at my show look.
I have to say, it’s official. J’adore Dior!
Venue: KOKUGIKAN stadium; Tokyo,Japan
Sparkly stand-out bags are an ideal accessory any time of the year, but they’re especially fun during the holiday season. They add an extra pop to any cocktail dress and also lend an unexpected, dressed-up twist to jeans. No matter how you decide to style your blinged-out bag, you’re sure to turn heads. I’ve picked a few sparkly bags that I love to get you started. Happy shopping!
I’m a big fan of denim skirts. They have a retro, ’90s vibe that’s really fun. I wore mine with a sequin top and spiked candy-colored booties.
Wanna dress up your denim? This sparkly Valentino bag will definitely do the trick.
Time for a shoe close up.
Sequins and sparkles.
Top: Topshop (similar), Skirt: AG Jeans, Blouse: The Kooples, Shoes: Christian Louboutin (last seen here), Bag: Valentino