New course at University.
New pretty much everything in life right now.
Turns out, being twenty brings along an array of new stuff to life - well to me it did. But let's take it slowly. I'll first start with describing and sending you a snapshot of my haircut. Which is definitely a step forward for me. I doubt I'll ever go back from this. It's shorter, albeit as black as before and I love it. My hair needed a refresher after the dip-dye which frankly didn't do it much good. Only a few have seen it yet, anyone who I've encountered at uni and the few I've met at the Fashion Workshop last Saturday (more on that later on in the post.) and now you all!
That's me, right now, after a day of work and lectures, fatigue at its best!
[I've been wearing red lipstick with my black hair. I think I'll be sticking to this in fact.]
I should have posted this a week ago, when I actually did it, but well, better late than never!
Now, the course. I'm reading for a degree in Communications now, as opposed to Law. The degree I previously pursued. The reason is quite obvious. It took me a while to make this decision but now I realise it's what I wanted all along. Getting into blogging, and thus communication was an unconscious but determining decision on my part!
Point number three - the Free Fashion Workshop by Platinum Plus - held last Saturday at St James Cavalier. Alison Coates welcomed us and introduced the first ever Fashion School to open next January, here in Malta. The prospect which excited me the most was hoping that Malta will indeed become a European fashion and culture hub - a concept which makes a lot of sense geographically and with Valletta 2018 it's even more probable. Here's a photo of us bloggers, Alison Coates and Elisa von Brockdorff (a talented photographer here in Malta!) in our last event.
From left to right: Alison Coates (the speaker at the workshop), Daniel Azzopardi from Devil Wears Pra-duh, me, Gayle (of Gayle- Fashion stylist), Lara Boffa (of Boffism) and Elisa von Brockdorff.
That's all for now. But before I go, let's raise our (virtual) glasses to a brighter, more fashionable, future Malta!