Photographed by Andreas Kristanto

"Bring A Bit of Light From The Crescent"

A phrase that clearly describes what Somnus Clothing is all about. Inspired by a crescent and nightfall, the brand focuses on unisex streetwear with black and white colours that dominated their collections. In this post, I was wearing Somnus Aeterna t-shirt. I simply love the play of typography on the front part of the shirt, changing the "O" from Somnus to a crescent shaped that mimics the letter of O. Of course, the back part is no less cool than the front one! You can check their latest collection on their Instagram @somnusclothing

Aeterna T-shirt - SOMNUS // Envelope Clutch - Givenchy // Shoes - Givenchy // Watch - G-shock

The t-shirt was quite big on me as I prefer to wear an oversized tee rather than a fitted one. Wearing a short pants to go with an oversized tee is not in my options because it makes you look 'pantless'. I tend to like wearing a white shirt dress underneath it so it looks like a t-shirt dress instead with more of an edgy look. I paired my t-shirt with Givenchy's slip on and bright red envelope clutch. 

Photographed by John Caine (three photos above)


Urban Folks Project

Midi skirts are my current favourite right now. I find it very versatile to find a top that goes with the skirt and paired them with sneakers or ankle boots. I was wearing t-shirt from Urban Folks Project, a local brand in Indonesia, to matched with the skirt. Not only that their t-shirts are comfortable but also the fabric is not too thick for warm weather in Indonesia. Furthermore, I love the simple designs on their t-shirts. You can check their collection on Instagram @ufpofficial. Speaking of this skirt, I also wore it in one of my previous post but with different style. Go check it out here.

T-shirt - Urban Folks Project // Skirt - from Japan // Sneakers - New Balance // Clutch - MCM // Blue Lazuli tripe tour bracelet - Balenciaga

Here is another outfit post of me wearing UFP's t-shirt with Ksubi's skinny jeans. 

 T-shirt - Urban Folks Project // Pants - Ksubi // Cap - Culture Kings

Photographed by Gabijelly



I'm not a jeans person, but if I had to wear one it would be skinny jeans. Adriano Goldschmied, who is known as The Godfather of denim, sure makes super comfortable jeans that even I, a very picky jeans person, fell in love with his creations. Going for all black look with a hint of pop-up color, I wore black t-shirt over my black skinny jeans paired with bright red Givenchy's envelope clutch. My new creepers, it hurts to wear them but I love them because it gives me the boyish edgy look. I hope the leather will softened soon so I can wear them more often. 

T-shirt - Culture Kings // Pants - Adriano Goldschmied // Clutch - Givenchy // Shoes - Underground Creepers // Watch - G-shock x One Piece // Bracelet - Balenciaga

Photographed by Andreas Krisanto 



Last stop was Tokyo, which is my favourite city in Japan, and this was one of the outfits that I wore when I was there. Precisely, to Fujiko F Fujio Museum, who created the famous Doraemon manga. I finally get to wear my Marcelo Burlon's t-shirt. The shirt is huge so I styled it by wearing a custom-made shirt dress underneath and an oversized jacket as outerwear to hide the hugeness. Nevertheless, I really love this shirt because the print is really cool.

T-shirt - Marcelo Burlon // Shoes - Givenchy // Outerwear - bought in Japan // White shirt - custom made

Some photos that I took at Fujiko F Fujio Museum! I really love their drawing such talented people. Too bad we were not allowed to take photos of the drawings. 

Entrance to Harajuku! and yes, it was very crowded.

Harajuku is famous for their delicious and adorably decorated crepes!

A must go place for people who love anime and manga like me is Akihabara! Well, being in Akihabara is like being in your own world if you are an otaku. The place is filled with action figures, anime goods, manga, cute maid cafes, cat cafe and many more.

Out off all the place in Japan, Shibuya is my favourite. I never get bored going there everyday especially at night because the lights look so lovely.

Japan is probably the only country that have cute public buses such as the Shibuya community bus. Can never get enough of the cuteness in Japan. Well, I hope you guys enjoy my last three posts about my trip! Tell me what you think :)

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