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Never again without… Bangles.

“My own style influences have to do with where I grew up, in the Bronx, and I still like to wear bangles and big hoops!” Jennifer Lopez. The young and cool wear fun, colorful, plastic versions with their t-shirts and Converse. Actresses often choose to wear a pile of thin gold ones like ancient goddesses (Charlize Theron on J’Adore commercial). And the “It Girls” go for funky ethnic styles from India and Africa. Bangles are a style essential that let a girl play around. They are available  ...

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Hoy come ayer, Magazine

Hoy como ayer – Irving Schott

Probably you don’t know who Irving Schott is but don’t worry me neither until 3 months ago. I was thinking about a Never Again Without episode dedicated to the Motorcycle Jacket and I found out some pretty interesting things. This is the story of two brothers, sons of russian immigrants going for their own american dream, the perfect story! It was 1913 and the two decide to start making rain coats in a Lower Manhattan basement selling them door to door. Keeping up with the outdoors garments  ...

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Magazine, When I wake up, in my make-up

WIWUIMM – Tony Moly lip patch

“Wear some mascara, give attention to your eyebrows, and also take care of your lips.” Fei Fei Sun My super secret agent just came back from New York and one of the presents was this cute lip mask so … here we go! First: this lip mask looks pretty famous already, you may have seen it on a lot of Instagram famous feeds, Jessica Alba, Emma Stone… hmmm if it’s good enough for those beauties lets give it a try. The lip patch once opened is juicy and has a yummy flavor, it feel like having a  ...

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Lifestyle bon vivant, Magazine

NEVER AGAIN WITHOUT … GOURMAND – Sanuk-Asian kitchen

“Fusion food as a concept is kind of trying to quite consciously fuse things that are sometimes quite contradictory, sometimes quite far apart, to see if they’d work.” Yotam Ottolenghi Applied to this place the fusion works, you bet! Sanuk means fun in Thai and I think they nailed it! This small restaurant is definitely a gourmet trip across Thailand, Vietnam, Korea, Philippines, with stops at Singapore and Hong Kong. As you well know I’m cuban (if not go to the “about me” section,  ...

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