Originally written & published for Luxiders Magazine, Print Magazine Edition #2, Berlin. In today’s digital age where cultural, religious and language barriers are crossed by international globetrotters – long gone are the days when traveling used to be considered a form of luxury, as it is now something more of a necessity. It’s become an escape for many on the search for personal growth and an … Continue reading A Deep-Dive Into Overtourism
— Dubai, United Arab Emirates A week-long family reunion in the heart of the Middle East last month as my brother competed in the Special Olympics World Games, Abu Dhabi 2019. Plenty of sun, kebab, sand, sea and magic. To sum it up – a spectacular and much needed holiday! Continue reading A Special Visit | Dubai
With a calendar of art events such as Art Basel & Art Central, fairs, new gallery shows, designer exhibits and much more – it’s no surprise that March is popularly referred to as the “art month” in Hong Kong. It’s one of the most happening and exciting times of the year as we welcome artists & designers from all around the world to showcase their … Continue reading Art Weekend, Hong Kong.
— Bangkok, Thailand This weekend, I flew down to Bangkok for two days to visit my sister, brother-in-law and the kids. Super spontaneous and definitely the shortest holiday of my life (which apparently is not uncommon for us Hong Kongers that have to make the most of their annual leaves) – I think I underestimated how much one can get done in the span of … Continue reading 2 Days in Bangkok
— Hanoi, Vietnam This February, the Lunar New Year holiday that is predominantly celebrated in China, Japan and Vietnam gave me the perfect excuse to leave town and spend a full week in the bustling city of Vietnam, Hanoi – somewhere I’ve always wanted to explore in the Southeast! The city is known for its centuries-old architecture and rich blend of Sino-Vietnamese, French & Russian … Continue reading Un-pho-gettable | Vietnam
Capturing The Muslim Market With Modest Fashion Published on Feb 11, 2019 by Marketing Week As the consumer market of diverse, trend-driven Muslim women grows, so does the demand for modest fashion – characterized by the need for conservative clothing that doesn’t just serve the purpose of covering skin, but also looks good. According to the State of the Global Islamic Economy Report by Thomson … Continue reading Industry Scoop: Modest Fashion