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Alchemy 2017 by L. S. Raheja Fashion Show

My favourite part about working for Roposo, India’s largest fashion network, is being able to attend events like Alchemy 2017, a fashion showcase that features L. S. Raheja Institute‘s graduating designers. I’m going to be honest. I really didn’t expect much from a student fashion show. But the moment I stepped into the Raheja Classique Club,…

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Confession: I Think Marriage is UNDERrated!

It’s shaadi (wedding) season in India! Amidst the frivolous events showcasing saris and lehengas, lively dance performances, and tear-jerking vows of “forever”, I’ve been thinking about romantic relationships a lot lately. The truth is, I think marriage is underrated.  Pause. I know what you’re thinking. Such a statement coming from the same girl who made “catch flights, not feelings” a daily…

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Lulu Meets The Girl in Sky High Heels

Happy holidays! 2016 has been filled with triumphs and tribulations. Hands down one of the most prominent struggles I’ve had to endure this year is spending my first Christmas away from home. Being from a Filipino household that throws the Christmas lights up in September and takes them down around March (we’re so extra), it…

Lulu Meets World Global Beauty Series Sailor Moon Makeup Haul

Sailor Moon Beauty Haul // Global Beauty Series: JAPAN

As the great Tsukino Usagi (aka Sailor Moon) once said, “You can’t judge how beautiful a girl really is by the way she looks.” And I’m sure many of us can agree with that statement. While outer appearances aren’t everything, the way you dress and apply your makeup can have a huge effect on your…

Tokyo Japan Meiji Jingu Shrine in Harajuku

Rise and Shrine

What does it mean to know your purpose? No, not your hobby, your passion, or occupation. Your purpose. Our visit to the Meiji Jingu (“Jingu” means “shrine”), along with the personal emails and feedback I’ve received from readers, allowed me to rediscover what my purpose on this Earth is. The tranquil forest scenery at the Meiji Jingu…

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