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Showing posts from July, 2009

Photo Bubble - Shabby Chic

Some beautiful pics via one of my favourite design and craft blogs, Twig & Thistle

Accessory Bubble - stacking rings

Fashion Bubble - Saba meets the Sartorialist

Scott "the Sartorialist" Schuman + Saba = the new Saba Denim campaign.

Foodie Bubble - Eggplant cremes

Eggplant goodness on Vegan Yum Yum

Shoe Bubble - Rupert Sanderson

Paragon by Rupert Sanderson - why so expensive? sigh...

Photo Bubble - A new Sartorialist?

Everyday people, everyday fashion at Lookbook

Travel Bubble - Where would you rather be #2

Fashion Bubble - Philip Lim

Rachel Bilson in 3.1 Philip Lim

Design Bubble - Paris je t'aime

Fashion Bubble - Chanel Fall 2009

Travel Bubble - Where would you rather be #1

Fashion Bubble - Christian Dior Fall 2009

Crafty Bubble - Mondocherry

Fabric and paper designs by mother and daughter team, Mondocherry.


Foodie Bubble - Summer Sorbets

Get ready for summer with Kiwi, Peach and Pineapple sorbets

Design Bubble - Wasara

Sick of the usual paper party plates from the supermarket?
Then check out the eco friendly range from Wasara who make their products from reed pulp and bagasse (sugar cane waste).


Beauty Bubble - Primitribe

Shu Uemura Primitribe collection for Fall 2009

Fashion Bubble - Brigid McLaughlin

Aussie designer Brigid McLaughlin

Foodie Bubble - Berrylicious

Blackberry & Apple Pie by Jamie Oliver

Accessory Bubble - Bambako headbands

Feathered headbands by Bambako

Crafty Bubble - Floating felt

Fluffy felt mobiles from le petit papillon


Accessory Bubble - White Owl

Rescued and repurposed by White Owl

Photo Bubble - Spools and Spools

Shoe Bubble - Bow Love

Fashion Bubble - LBD Daily #5

Cate Blanchett in Armani Prive

Crafty Bubble - Coffee Face

Paint your next creation with coffee...
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Photo Bubble - Looking out my window...

Foodie Bubble - Singapore delights

Just got back from 5 days in Singapore which means 5 days of eating and eating and eating... Much was consumed including Singapore's national dish - Hainanese Chicken Rice or simply known in Singapore as Chicken Rice.
On the face of it this meal is quite simple and looks kinda boring but it tastes amazing. A fusion of flavours this meal can set you back about $3-$4 in Singapore's famous hawker centres - an absolute steal. Try making it yourself!