I had the great pleasure of attending Mulberry x Cara Delevigne launch party in Mandarin Gallery, Singapore. The hottest model in the world right now is Cara and so you can guess why this special bag collaboration launch party was so fab to attend! The love entire collection; however when I chose the Large Cara Delevigne Bag as my tote for the evening. I chose the large size to carry me from day to night and found the khaki camouflage hair to be so fun and playful.
At the event we got to personalise a leather strap of our chosen colour. These ran out quickly and so I am glad I got there early to design my own one-of-a-kind Mulberry wristlet.
With the gorgeous an fun MTV VJ Hanli pairing her Ox Blood with my Camouflage Khaki. I am wearing head to toe Mulberry leather top and shoes. Hanli is wearing a chic Mulberry dress and Melissa shoes.
The Cara Delevingne Collection is now available at all Mulberry boutiques in Hilton Hotel, Mandarin Gallery, Takashimaya and The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.
For two semesters I went to an acting school in Singapore called Haque Center of Acting & Creativity or HCAC. I took Method 1 and Improvisation with actor, teacher, and founder Kamil Haque as well at The Actors Gym with two local Singaporean directors. All courses are workshops that I would recommend to anyone who is interested in the arts or curious in acting. “The Actors Tools” can be applied to many fields and have taught me a lot about myself and connecting to my talents.
As a final project I got to work with Kan Lume, Keagan Kang, and Luke Lee on a fully improvised short film. Kan Lume’s style, he explained, is much like famed director Mike Leigh. No script, no specific story line, no perceived outcome. Simply, a basic premise which is developed through improvisation by the actors. My character is an SIA stewardess who is in a relationship. The story is told around my love life past, present, and future. Without knowing the ending to the story we put our trust in Kan Lume’s hands. His creative direction allowed for artistic freedom that was both perfectly comfortable and natural; yet challenging for each actor to portray an extended version of themselves on screen. This was a one-of-a-kind experience that I hope to be able to work at again in the future.
Photos for now…short film coming soon!