Whimsical Alice + Olivia Has Landed In Bangkok

Too much food postings in my blog, and it is turning into a food blog! That is not what I envision my blog to be! In defense of myself, I do have to eat everyday. And I do like to try new foods.

Well …

Fashion is something close to my heart, after handling numerous fashion clients in my life as a media planner. At one point, most of the agency’s fashion clients landed in my portfolio, for whatever reason.

I am attracted to anything-fashion, especially quirky pieces.


Adore it soo much

Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet‘s kooky display at Central Embassy caught my eyes, and I was awestruck by it.


You had me at your whimsical logo!
Quirky mascot
Ooh .. how kooky
Quirky print

Quirky logo, quirky mascot, quirky red lippies, quirky print *heartmelts


Hello lil’ Stace
What is Alice + Olivia? Why the name? And who is Stacey Bendet? There are influx of new brands in Thailand, and many I have not heard of. This included.

Read that A + O was founded more than a decade ago in New York. The brand was named after 2 mothers – the designer’s own mother and that of a college classmate. 

The brand was born from the Stacey Bendet’s quest of creating the perfect pair of pants! So, is there a perfect pair of pants somewhere out there? Her interview with Business Insider says that she got her start tailoring funky pants for herself whilst she was an Uni student.


RTW and accessories collection
The accessories up close

The keywords of the brand include whimsical and colorful. LIKE!

An article in The Vogue says that A + O is still strongest in the eveningwear category, so do check out this cat if you are new to the brand.


Where you can find A + O
A + O is now available in Bangkok exclusively at the Zen Department Store and Central Chidlom Department Store.


Travel opens up a whole new world, which is cliche but true. I am a strong advocate for independent and solo travel. I was born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia but now live in Bangkok, Thailand, resulted from a chance encounter in 2009 with my why-are-you-Thai bf. I am now split between two countries. One country for my bf, another for the family, for the occasional weekend together.