MY PERSONAL STYLE IS:
Simple and Chic
MY FAVORITE WARDROBE ITEM IS:
A black one-shoulder bubble dress that my sister passed down to me
I’D NEVER BE CAUGHT DEAD IN:
Anything with spikes and skulls. I feel as though these are a huge clash with my personality, which is delightful, kind-spirited, and engaging…I’m a strong believer of wearing items that are reflective of who you truly are.
…Oh, and drink plenty of water, it does wonders for your face, and a scarf always does wonders for an outfit.
THE WORD OR WORDS THAT BEST DESCRIBE ME:
Affectionate and Feminist
THE CITY I’D MOST LIKE TO LIVE IN:
Jakarta. I love South East Asia and to be honest I wouldn’t mind living anywhere in that region.
I’M LISTENING TO:
Out of Town by Fun
Lolita in Tehran by Azar Nafisi
MY FAVORITE TV SHOW:
A toss-up between Scandal and House
ACTOR WHO WOULD PLAY ME IN THE STORY OF MY LIFE:
I love traveling, going to new places, interacting with new people, learning a new language and embracing whatever cultural diversity is thrown at me. Therefore, my dream job would have to incorporate all those elements. Opening up an African cultural institution in different parts of the world to raise awareness of the immense cultural diversity my continent has, and to also put it on the global platform as a significant actor. Being able to establish institutions like these is when I would feel I truly have achieved something meaningful in my life. Until then I shall continue to work towards it.
IF I COULD DO ONE THING OVER AGAIN:
Experiencing the Water Festival in Chiang Mai, Thailand. This festival is beautiful. I might have been drenched the entire time, but I remember long streets filled with people carrying buckets and traffic jams as the streets were crowded. It was an amazing experience to see how the concept of community and culture is enforced through a symbolic ritual of blessing someone as you poured water over their heads.
HAPPILY EVER AFTER FOR ME LOOKS LIKE:
Divinity, Love, Serenity, and Equality