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    is a virtual space where Liyana Aris documents her evolving modest personal style, which is based on the art of looking casually stylish while still remaining modest and doing it all on a budget; about 93% of her closet are filled with affordable things. (PS: The remaining 7% has a lot to do with her secret addiction to Adidas shoes and her occasional splurges on discounted high-end bags and clutches, shhh.) [+]
    1.12.17 .

    Photo Diary: Arts & Lights - An Interactive Pop-up Experience at Icon City, PJ


    My family and I had loadsss of fun at this event. While the installation was nowhere near as thoughtful as the artworks I saw at Yayoi Kusama's exhibition in Singapore (not that I'm an expert, I need plaques to tell me so tbh), it was still a little reminiscent of that exhibition in the sense that people just want to feast their eyes on pretty things and have fun photographing (and selfie-ing with) them!



      Nowadays events that can result in eye-pleasing visuals undeniably have the power to attract crowds; we live in a digital age where lots of people strive to decorate their social media pages, after all! As someone who loves sharing images on this blog and Instagram (not that I think my images are exceptionally pretty, I just like sharing photos!) I happen to think it's a positive pastime to have, so an event like Arts & Lights is right up my alley.







          All these are shots I took around the "interactive" exhibition, using both my Samsung point-and-shoot and iPhone 7 plus, taken by moi, Shah, and my younger sister Rina  hope you like them!








          This Arts & Lights has been extended until 24 December so if you're in PJ area, do check it out (but don't forget to register first)!

          If you haven't already followed me on Instagram, look for @theliyanaaris and follow me ❤


          My family and I had loadsss of fun at this event. While the installation was nowhere near as thoughtful as the artworks I saw at Yayoi Kusama's exhibition in Singapore (not that I'm an expert, I need plaques to tell me so tbh), it was still a little reminiscent of that exhibition in the sense that people just want to feast their eyes on pretty things and have fun photographing (and selfie-ing with) them!



            Nowadays events that can result in eye-pleasing visuals undeniably have the power to attract crowds; we live in a digital age where lots of people strive to decorate their social media pages, after all! As someone who loves sharing images on this blog and Instagram (not that I think my images are exceptionally pretty, I just like sharing photos!) I happen to think it's a positive pastime to have, so an event like Arts & Lights is right up my alley.







                All these are shots I took around the "interactive" exhibition, using both my Samsung point-and-shoot and iPhone 7 plus, taken by moi, Shah, and my younger sister Rina  hope you like them!








                This Arts & Lights has been extended until 24 December so if you're in PJ area, do check it out (but don't forget to register first)!

                If you haven't already followed me on Instagram, look for @theliyanaaris and follow me ❤

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                1. You and Shah snapped MANY great shots!! There are several of them that are really cool. What an intriguing way to spend the day! You do cool stuff my dear! Love, Jude

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                  1. We certainly enjoyed our day at this event! =D

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