Gorgeously Tanned In Summer

Gorgeously Tanned In Summer

          Earlier this year, my younger sister and I had the chance to run around Harrods for about an hour or two. Rather than working our way floor by fabled floor, we instead opted to beeline to the children’s section – because, seriously, if the toys section isn’t any fun, I […]

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Geographical Robes

Geographical Robes

Wottoncool’s appreciation of origami can be traced back to our baby years in blogging (*cough* 2008 *cough cough*) when I wrote Paper Trail. This love and appreciation for the versatility of paper extended into posts such as Research Paper I: Jackets and Dresses, Dalsey Hillblom and Lynn and Research Paper II: others. Combined with a […]

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The ‘Win’ in Winter

The ‘Win’ in Winter

Mulberry has just released their holiday video entitled ‘Mulberry #WinChristmas’. The narrative tells a tale of the proper Christmas tradition of exchanging gifts, and (in my opinion) laboriously opening each present individually in front of the giver. Personally, after the 1997 financial crisis, my family did away with each person receiving multiple gifts. So one […]

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The Colours of Trench

The Colours of Trench

Burberry’s latest video, uploaded last week and with over 3 million views (!), proves the point that tone-on-tone-on-tone is totally on trend right now. Featuring Romeo Beckham and with music by Ed Harcourt, the four-minute long narrative is described as that of a young couple falling in love on the streets of London. But I saw […]

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Safety First

Safety First

  Last month, my family took a weekend trip up to Malacca to celebrate my mom’s birthday. En route home, we stopped at a craft shop and my three siblings, mother and myself all went a bit bonkers scouring the shop very, very thoroughly. We spent over an hour in this humble looking shop and spent sooo […]

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7° of separation | 590 Horowitz dots

7° of separation | 590 Horowitz dots

While Yayoi Kusama’s dots represent life, referred to as living breathing entities and the key to our passage to infinity, according to this Tumblr, Jonathan Horowitz’s 590 Dots project is “a monumentally scaled painting to be realized with the collaboration of 590 individuals over the course of the first month of the show.” On that same thread, Opening […]

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