I finished my last exam for my degree ever last friday and in true form, I woke up saturday awfully ill. As soon as I finish exam my body enters classic “post-exam exhaustion”. It is as if all semester it has been in combat with virus’s and flus to fight off any ill health then as soon as the examiner announce “pens down” it relaxes and succumbs to every bug alive.
I suppose I did not help myself leaving a maximum of thirty minutes between ‘pens down’ and finishing a cocktail, but completing exams calls for celebration.
So, waking up on saturday I felt ill from a hangover but also struggling to talk with laryngitis, a cough, cold and fever I decided the only thing that would cure me would be soup and tea.
I decided to make chicken wonton noodle soup. In prepraration I pulled out my soba noodles and was shocked by their pure simplicity. Each noodle was so perfect and delicate, very opposite to how I felt. Their design was my first step to recovery… they also were a delicious addition to my soup. yum
Rachel Zoe. Fashion Quote.
Perfect denim wear that only needs white t-shirt and patent boots.
Beautiful, comfortable, stylish.
I want I need…now
Designer: Chelsea Scott-Blackhall
Seen on: Johnny Depp, international model Rebecca Tan
Founded in 2008 by former model Chelsea Scott-Blackhall, Dzojchen is a Singapore-made, New York-based luxury street wear label with premium materials sourced from all over the world: selvage fabric from Japan, leather pelts from tanneries in Spain, threads from the UK, and denim from specialist mills in Japan, India and the US. Each of Dzojchen’s pieces are all hand-tailored by bespoke craftsmen. Whilst the brands roots originated as denim specialists, their expansion to leather + denim successfully recreates their exclusivity in both quality and cut. The most differentiating characteristic of Dzojchen is expressed in the one-word definition of the brand’s essence: individuality.