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Validate Magazine Feature: Shades of Summer



It was an incredible experience to model for Validate Magazine’s Shades of Summer Issue. Validate Magazine is an independent magazine based in New York City. I’d like to thank Gregory Hudson of PNB Photography who is the main editor and photographer of the magazine for working with me!


I’m featured in the back cover wearing a very daring bikini made out of grass – talk about being eco-friendly. Well I suppose this gives you a useful idea of what to wear if you are ever stranded on a deserted island?


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Validate Magazine features artistic, edgy collaborations with designers and models. It represents the art and culture of  the talented people of New York City in such a dramatic way.


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Speaking of designers, I’m wearing one of my very own designs, a headdress made out of faux flowers to match my Panoply floral print dress. I’m so happy to have the  opportunity to express my personal style in this magazine!






To find out more about Validate Magazine’s Summer Issue, do check it out on the link below!

Live, Inspire & Love Always!



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Making a Splash with Harry Martin Underwater


Looking for ways to cool off during the summer? How about going underwater in something fabulous? I had an amazing opportunity to model for an underwater photo shoot with Harry Martin Underwater. Harry Martin is an Emmy Award winning TV journalist who has anchored the 10 O’Clock News at My9 and The 6 PM news on Fox 5 New York.

He has expanded his passion for photography with his project “Harry Martin Underwater,” which captures beautiful fashion and glamour underwater.  Neiman Marcus Paramus featured his work for the “Art of Fashion” event.

I absolutely loved working with him and his team. It was a challenge to pose effortlessly underwater but it was all worth it!


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Some of my photos from his shoot were selected for display at the Marriot Hotel in Boyton Beach, Florida and were also featured in his book.


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I hope this post inspires you to create something beautiful before the summer ends! Don’t forget to check out more of Harry Martin’s stunning photography!


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Visual Impact: Scene Magazine



It was an honor to be featured in Scene Magazine’s Visual Impact Issue! Scene Magazine is an artsy magazine distributed throughout South East Asia, picking only the best submissions in the region for its publications.

The photo shoot was conceptualized by talented art directors and photographers Ade Lau and Venus Khor, Singaporean photographers based in Australia. It paints a surreal world of reminiscent of Tim Burton’s style. Our stylist Sarah Murray did a great job of picking  quirky outfits with vibrant colors and patterns. It is a little hard to recognize me and my model partner Yquey with the dramatic hair and make up done by our make up artist Carmen Chan but she did an incredible job!




 The shoot was set in an unconventional location – a supermarket for foreign construction workers. Using real fish as props was an ingenious idea! I love how pictures imply that I was the dominant one and the man is doing the cooking! The bright contrast of stripes and polka dots with the gothic dark eye makeup made us look like characters from the Beetlejuice movie, another one of Tim Burton’s classics.







Our final shot is with the crowd of Bangladeshi workers in the basketball court, with me and my model partner seated in the middle. It’s one of my favorite shots as it not only looks dynamic, but it also gave the construction workers a chance to shine!

It was one of the most amazing shoots I have ever done and it was a blessing to work with such a talented and professional team!



If you ever plan to dress up as a couple for next Halloween or costume party and hope to make a unique fashion statement, try mixing together bold colors with contrasting patterns and dark makeup. Don’t forget to add a quirky accessory or two!




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