What’s in my bag (weekly edition)?
The first semester of 2014 of my law program just commenced and not knowing what books we’re supposed to bring to class, I just brought the prescribed stuff which meant it was too chunky for the bags I wanted to use, but anyhow…I also didn’t bring a laptop as I was unsure of what a small law class in Brisbane would be like…And somehow I was right, as weird as that sounds. But that’s ok, it’s just one less thing to carry, leaving:
- Prada robot bag from 2004 or so
- 2 x law textbooks
- Large Moleskine for notes
- Small Moleskine for ‘to dos’
- Kenzo pencil case
- iPad Mini in Prada saffiano case
- Prada credit card wallet
- Nivea lip balm
- Chanel sunglasses
- Michelle Girl page flags (not really visible in this pic)
The box-looking thing the books and such are sitting on is a Dutch Design Chair, which I’ll dedicate a post to this week. It’s a cardboard box in funky styles and allegedly holds up to 200kg! :O
Milan Fashion Week: Prada Fall/Winter 2014
Relieved though a little disappointed, there doesn’t seem to be any must-have shoes or bags in FW14 (unlike men’s FW14)…Which is good, because I do have my sights set on that Mulberry camo backpack! If Fendi wouldn’t have all that fur, it would be more interesting than Prada this time round.
If you want to see more from Milan Fashion Week…
Falling Back to Earth, Cai Guo-Qiang at the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane (23 November 2013 - 11 May 2014)
There are only four installations, but they’re massive and so worth seeing, even if you can’t otherwise justify a trip to Brisbane. Combine it with a food trip to the real Chinatown in Sunnybank (nope, not Fortitude Valley) to complete the trip. And no, the animals are not stuffed.