Cyrielle从去年秋天便开始在新天地举办The Flea Market，最近的一起她将活动改到了新华路的Cotton’s，尽管比以往少了一些美食的摊主，却多了许多服装和小饰品的卖家，非常可爱，逛了一下午，淘了几家店特别有意思。
Coin Qian Collection
Kiss Kids by Soisuda
Mystery Bags 秘密包
Jenni works at William the BeeKeeper as assistant Operations Manager. She is wearing a one-off piece from Kaileeni, made from vintage upholstery fabric.
These letters were written over 100 years ago by an expat in China. Interesting read for those thinking of heading over there, or those, like we, repatriating back in the States after a good stint, longer than anticipated, in the Middle Kingdom. Clearly, many things have changed, but funny how over a 100 years have passed and some things really are the same.
Photographer Jakkrit Jannakhon. Alley in downtown LA.
Jak and I went downtown to work on a photo series. As he tried to integrate photography with night, lighting, and the low key energy of the city, I learned something.
I stood next to a man in a wheelchair, who was hiding behind a towering beam that protected his cigarette from the wind and his bare hands from the chill. I wasn’t quit sure if he was homeless or not, as he had many things attached to his wheelchair, and his cell phone was charging near by. I stood there trying to observe and absorb it all. After a good while, the man in the wheelchair turned to me and plainly said, “You’re peaceful inside,” which surprised me.
Sometimes inner peace can be seen even by strangers. And at the end of the day, isn’t that all we ever want…to be seen?
Our favorite resident BeeKeeper Lucy Jin. Multi-talented actress, stage manager for Mama Mia, China, and artist. This is her self portrait and new haircut. She’s so cute, I can’t take it.