The rules of style are weird: society forces us to wear uncomfortable clothing in the name of fashion and nobody seems to care whether what we put on our body is actually good for us.
But rules are made to be broken, and I’ll tell you a quick story to show you how:
“Remember these?” I asked, holding up an old cardboard box.
In one of my last posts I talked about preparing for a 4 day detox cleanse. What started as a 4-day plan, turned into an 7-day epiphany (8 and 1/2 for Ambra). I lasted a week, with absolutely no food. Not one bite. I felt no symptoms of hunger, and after the 4th day, didn’t even crave eating.
Every time I fly to Italy and I get off the plane, I am always amazed by fragrance that saturates the air.
I look at Ambra and ask ‘Why does it always smells like pastries here?!”
Macau has many qualities, but the smell of its traditional food isn’t one of them.
Unfortunately cameras still can’t capture the smells, but through this gallery of images I think you can get a pretty close idea.
Strolling around the streets of Macau it’s impossible not to run into the locals exercising outdoors. Not only is every park equipped with ‘fitness machines’, even the most basic sidewalks can become the stage of a training performance.
Ambra & I collected on our phones some precious moments of pageant… and at the end, I joined the Macau Fitness Army too!
My last post on Vibram Five Fingers Shoes really made me think more about my approach to style. I realized we have it all wrong. Fashion usually implies the coolest or trendiest thing without regard for anything else. Of course one has to be acceptable. If you work in an office, play live poker or go to a business dinner, a certain dress code has to be followed.