La Vie Umami had the amazing opportunity to be invited backstage on the first day of Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week Ready To Wear (KLFWRTW) 2016. Special thanks to Around The Block and Moto Guo for giving me the chance! Join me on this two-part special backstage and beside the runway.
Have you ever wondered why, or more importantly, how you are what you are? LVU takes a deeper dive into the realms of identity, gender, and masculinity to figure out if masculinity really is woven in the fabric.
Tired of the old water cooler to find a short break away from the desk? Why not head over to X Coffee, a coffee shop located in an office building? Ditch that paper cup of water for some delicious coffee (with some water after you've finished savouring your coffee).
A fan of South Korean culture but tired of the many cafés with their presumptuous K-Pop interior décor? Take a gander at Bean Brothers for some raw refinement where you can taste the Korean coffee culture without all the K-Pop fluff.
How do you control a very messy world where people don't act the way you think they should in front of your camera? The answer, wake up every morning and start the day by picking your outfit. A Clean Mess featuring Uniqlo's Linen Collection.
Enjoy a cuppa at this cozy corner café in Mont Kiara, sharing its space next to a hair salon, 76Style. So what are you waiting for? Get a trim and grab a cappuccino for a fabulous day with hair on fleek.
La Vie Umami visits a café specialised in organic and slow-cooking, Real Food, located in the quaint suburban area known as Mont Kiara. Have a taste of what's cooking in LVU's cafe review of Real Food at 1 Mont Kiara.
LVU takes a plunge into the art world as an art critic with Mark Tan Art and his exhibition with TP II at Hom Art Trans. Take a gander at his monochromatic pieces as they transport you to your individual past and what they mean to your identity.
Sometimes it takes a little fun to get back into the groove of Life's groove. You've got to let your inner child out and don't lie to yourself! In every man (or woman) there is a chile screaming for freedom.