Bobo Chic

As I write this from my hotel room in Paris (happily enjoying my stay thanks to ma gurl Kristen), I feel this editorial look from LFW a week ago could not be more appropriate.

There's something about this look that reminds me of a parisienne girl. Simple, yet so stylish. Bo-bo in france stands for 'Bourgeois et Boheme', a typical word for those hanging out in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, and I guess that's what I was trying to achieve with this look. You just need a good red lipstick and a pair of kinky boots et voilà! Off you go. And that's what I am doing today in the city of love :) 

Wish me luck, and stay tuned for more!

TCB xx

Pssss, photography is by mega-babe Roz Alcazar


Photography by Garon Smith

Photography by Garon Smith

As you guys may have heard me saying on my insta stories, this has been quite a peculiar London Fashion Week. Silly me didn't realize that my brother was visiting the same weekend fashion month was kicking off for me! And family should always come first, really. 

So, as much as I love seeing what's gonna be cooking next season, I had to restrict myself to attend just the most necessary bits. 

That doesn't mean though, I didn't dress to impress! That's my favourite bit of it all! The attention, the grandeur, the photographers and the flashlights, ... It is is very empowering, and that's what I went for for my first outfit of the season. Would you agree?

Stay tuned for more, 

TCB xx


Daivor Casablanca Blazer
Boden Velvet Suit Trousers
Launer London Mini Traviata Bag
Maria Pascual Jewellery
ZARA Boots (old)

LFW Rave-views

Fab and busy Day 1 at London Fashion Week this year! 3 catwalk shows and 4 presentations! Oh dear, my feet is crying. 

The first show we attended was Eudon Choi at Brewer Street Car Park. It was the first time we attended the show and it was very pleasant to the eyes. Lots of pleated patterns and what I loved the most: shiny shoes. Defo the star of the show! 

After that we head to The Vinyl Factory to check out Edeline Lee's presentation and I LOVED IT. Such a grunge but yet subtle collection. Set in paper mountains (that will go to recycling) the clean lines with a touch of rockandrolla showed how a catwalk collection could become wearable on a daily basis. Here, Michael Azu hosted its new shoe collection presentation and it was fab, very outtaspace! You know how addicted I am to shoes so this was just the perfect match.

Ong Oaj Pairam at the Carlton House Terrace followed straight after that and I must say I did not like waiting for half an hour in the cold to get in! And I've heard a lot of people weren't even able to go in...So not such good organisation this time. The collection, however, was beautiful. xxxx

Lots of presentations were going on during the day at Elms Painting Rooms, but my favourite there would definitely be Miuniku. Loved the color blocking and the mix of fabrics. It reminded me of what NASA clothing would look like if they were fashionistas. Let me tell you, it would look very nice. 

To finish the day, I went back to Brewer St Car Park to see Fyodor Golan's latest collection and as always, he didn't fail to amaze me. There's something about his collections that reminds me of The Fifth Element. In any case, the new line was full of acid colors, embellishments, lots of ruffles, paillet and the best: COCA-COLA all over the place. I'm sold, baby!

Cannot wait what Day 2 is gonna bring us. Stay tuned peeps,