i'm sick of writing gloomy post!
but what can i do? i'm not in the right state of mind. it's too tiresome & i've been trying to escape from this annoying feeling; which is too suffering. i'm not the type of person who can speaks her sadness/sorrow/ anything negative easily. i'm a very delicate (ha!) & sensitive bitch and i do cry sometimes but hate showing it off. i don't have anyone that i feel comfortable sharing my burden with including my family & friends in Indonesia. i feel like i've told them enough, i should carry the rest alone. writing is the only remedy i can have. i feel much better writing than talking to a stranger, but it would feel much better if i could talk to the right person who can support me with love & care - and i left that in Melbourne.
despite all of the dramas, i personally need a getaway. a real holiday where i could enjoy myself, nature, and the good, positive things in this world. i need to feel the sun ray beams my tanned skin, hear the sound of birds chirping while tingling the ocean's wave & see the creation of God that will amuse my eyes & flutters my heart. i need this universe. and yes, this is my first time longing for a real me-time-holiday other than hanging out with friends. i would like to use this kind of time to love the world.
can't i? or am i being too dramatic?
let's just skip that and get busy with the pictures i'm about to show:
a few days ago (well, i guees it was halloween night), i attended Monstore's Kokayne box show at Monstore Bar #01: John Doe.
i personally love the collections as i've always been a fan of simple talking tee (it's just that i don't really wear them often) and they're pretty much eye-catchy for a quite ordinary-cutting top.
the theme itself "Kokayne" basically sums up the concept of their latest collection, summarising all of adolescents' addictions into clothing - doesn't it sound like ffff-u-uuu-un?
as it was a halloween night & i was
alone (read: PATHETIC, PITFUL, SAD ha ha ha), the atmosphere gave me a creep. especially because of the low-lighting & the decor, it's just um, different.
however, i must say it's a plus sign that attracts people who want to sit back & chill while tasting a little bit of halloween's vibe (minus the crazy dress-up). i bet i'd stay longer if i have an accompany. DAMN!
what amazed me the most was the box show itself. i thought it's gonna be another typical fashion show where models will be hanging around the floor and circling my table or some sort, but apparently it's not!
they're literally inside a freaking huge box - where they walk a bit and pose for, err, i guess the right word should be freeze, for a couple minutes.
it's like looking at a living mannequin! so impressive!
oooh-kay, now please excuse myself & see you in next post!