Thursday, 28 October 2010

Nice raffle and dirty dentists

Over at Stylight they have a great raffle to win a trip to Paris. Just by participating you get a bracelet so it´s a win-win situation. Check it out and please wish me luck!

Despite a hurting hip that makes me walk like a duck I went to a party of Viennese dentists and I have some conclusions:
1; Homo-eroticism is alive and well in the world of drunken dentists.
2; Female Dentists of Vienna apparently tend to be dirty and filthy because the toilet was a battlefield. Seriously the way to the toilets was already covered in toilet paper. XD;
That´s me in the battlefield, not pictured is the mountain of paper tissues, toilet paper and other stuff right next to me.

Shirt: new from Asos; I love it!
Silver Rosario Necklace: Antique, present from my grandmother
Skirt: cheap shop near Inôkashira Park
Bag: Louis Vuitton

Now I´m off for dinner, a screening (a movie about Chantal Ackermann) and a party with a Brazilian filmmaker I recently got to know...

Thursday, 21 October 2010

Mascots, Movies, DJs, Maxi Dresses and Insider Jokes

Met some cute. intellectual, pretty, talented, gorgeous celeb some time ago-"BusuKawa"(ugly-cute) mascot Gachapin!ガチャピン! and his entourage:

He granted me a picture together:

Maxi Dress is from a small store on Cat´s street. It was a sale item, was about 1500 Yen. It´s so rare to find a maxi dress which has not a cleavage-reveling cut so it was love at first sight.
Sunglasses (1000 Yen) are from a cheap store in Shibuya which name I never can remember. Guys always want to steal those. XD

Actually, the pictures are based on a joke between me and some other Shibuya based friends. Ladyboy´s old friend is one of the main DJ´s in Shibuya´s notorious Kindergarten club ATOM. I (and everyone else with eyes) think he looks like Gachapin and therefore nicknamed him that.
(I should explain that I do have a kind of grudge against Gachapin-boy since he used to stare and stare and stare at me, my mixi,... .before we ever talked a second.
You know the weary feeling that someone is looking at you constantly, you look back and there´s actually someone.
That someone would be that guy for me.
(WHEN I was actually introduced to him by Ladyboy, Gachapin-boy´s reaction was a quick "Yeah, I KNOW her" with that strange look that could mean a bundle of things. Of course you do, stalker. XD))
So basically the whole purpose of taking a picture with Gachapin was to send a joke mail to Ladyboy and others: "Just randomly met ...(insert real name of DJ here)!"
And -of course- since real mascot Gachapin is adorable. (Check out his twitter:

And my favorite Japanese actor, Shidô Nakamura (中村獅童) stars in a new film which -by the looks of it- tells also an interesting story:

The English is bad but given the time period it is placed in, it fits.
Always glad to see a role in Japan not given to some talentless boy band guy.

Plus, if you haven´t seen it yet, the video for H&M´s collaboration with Lanvin. I used to work for H&M and since then have a slight aversion against them (no bad experience, just a work place kind of feel) but despite lacking what I look for in a fashion I like their effort to bring high fashion to a larger crowd of people in an affordable way.

Friday, 15 October 2010

Kitchy Halloween @ Tokyo Disneyland

Lately I am spending too much time at the hospital; so a report of past, more fun times.

Quite a while ago I went to Disney Land- I usually go to Disney Sea because they have non-scary rides, alcohol, gyoza dog, Duffy, Shelly-may and concept-wise you can enjoy yourself even without riding anything- it is all together more stylish and adult. Disney Land is OK but not just my cup of tea.
And god the merchandise was awfully ugly- there was nothing half-way decent. Or at least I could not find it. Dasai, dasai, dasai.
Initial problem was Lady Boy took the complete wrong train- an extreme express which stopped nowhere. I noticed it immediately but since we anyway could not change anymore sarcasm was our only rescue from the long journey.
The train took us to the deepest depths of Chiba- and may I say that the deepest depths of Chiba bare any attraction. Since we are snarly bastards we made fun of every city on the way as well as the train which may or may not pissed of the other passengers.

Finally in the right train- the Mickey train.

Coming just in time to catch the pretty Night Parade and take some ~artistic~(read bad) pictures over the heads of dozens of it.
View of shops, shops, shops.

In this mix-up of European architectural styles of a building you will find the most trippy of all the rides in all of Disney Resorts. And Ladyboy surely knows about trippy experience (*cough* ) so you can believe our conclusion. XD
It is an extremely slow, long boat ride accompanied by singing dolls dressed up as different countrymen. Over and over singing the same song that we are all one and differences don´t matter. Xenophobic Japan, you´d better listen to those dolls!

With messy hair and make-up and my OraOra bad boy fist-pose, next to a messy Disney character.
Dress is from a small store on Cat´s Street. It was about 1800 Yen-cheap.
Sadly too short to wear it without showing the world your panties so I wore a jeans skirt from H&M´s kids department under it

Saturday, 9 October 2010

Lace socks to sooth my heart- tutuanna 1

I feel fever-y and my scars hurt so just a small, sweet update about before mentioned Tutuanna- summer to autumn edition.
As written and broad-casted a 1000 times- this years Japanese summer was hotter and longer than ever before so socks may not seem to be a logic thing to buy in the humid heat.

But if you are like me and have a certain disinterest to disdain usually towards flat shoes you´ll find yourself probably with hurting, swollen feet. Those sweet, romantic lace socks did not only protect my feet in high-heeled sandals (which combined with some rolled-up trousers would be ideal for autumn fashion still) but also made me feel like a princess- even when wearing jeans.

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Khaki-Leopard-Minihats-Knee Highs

For a change a calm and nice quick outfit post.

I took lonely purikura at a day I was running around busy in Shibuya and wanted to have a make up break without going to a cafe, so instead I choose the brightly lit purikura machines.
The results aren´t too overwhelming but you can see my eclectic autumn 2010 style:

Leo ruffle shirt: still from Anap

Jumper: 3 years old sale item from Mango. One of the staff girls in 109 asked me actually where I got it from and was shocked when I told it is not only old but was also cheap (about 1500-2000 Yen?). XD

Knee Highs: Tutuanna, the shop where I lately spend every second day. It is chain which primarily focuses on fashion for your legs: socks, tights, leg warmers,... with a bit of underwear and PJs mixed in. I will make a post about the glory of their recent releases soon!
Disney Sea´s Shelly may and my legs show you the product in it´s original form:

You could apparently only buy it in the Tutuanna near Shibuya´s center-gai and since that was the last one left in that color, I guess it is sold-out now.
It contains a tiny bit wool so it is warm but didn´t make my legs red and hurting (I have the typical red-blond people problem of sensitive skin so wool is normally a no-go for me.).

Did you guys gave in on the trends of knee highs, leg warmers and so on too?