November was a frenzy. I was busy at work, skipped some events and got caught up with the whirlwind of information on Lanvin for H&M and then there was the fantabulous news of H&M finally landing in Singapore.

[25 November] Lovely Christmas lights (and Harvey Nichols) at The Landmark Tower in Hong Kong! [link]

Of course, I was also in a mad rush for my personal trip to Hong Kong. I managed to squeeze time out of my hectic schedule to check out the H&M store at Canton Road – yes I am predictable like that – as well as visit The Landmark, a luxury shopping mall. This is how much of a city shopaholic that I innately am.

[27 November] Romantic ruffles on Valentino for GAP. Available in Gap Milan flagship store or Colette! [link]

In the midst of the Lanvin frenzy last month, the special collection for GAP designed by Valentino was available in Europe. To mark the opening of it’s flagship store in Italy, GAP invited Italian designer Valentino to design a capsule collection which is romantic with ruffles and understated in khaki. If you are thinking of buying something from this collection, you can try your luck at Colette.

[21 November] Received this book “Celebrating 100 years of beauty” from Elizabeth Arden. Here is a picture of an antique EA lipstick! [link]

[17 November] This is cute.. Amelie vs Carrie, Paris vs New York.. [link]

Wanted to share an interesting blog to everyone, which compares Paris with New York. Some of the comparisons are so funny and true!

[15 November] Alrightey, people.. are you the WIRE or STUDS person? [link]

GoldHeart launched two sets of new rings and I decided to find out which design could be more well-received. It seems that the Studs (bottom) are more popular, although I think I am more swayed towards the Wire (top).

[5 November] Anyone used this before? [link]

My friend had tonnes of these Biore UV Perfect Face Milk and I was wondering which one I should choose. It seems like many of you have used this product before!

We are officially in the last month of the year – a festive yet reflective period. I am strangely optimistic of the coming year and I’m all ready to go and enjoy the last of 2010. I don’t really have a habit of making resolutions, what about you?

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