Etienne Aigner Tasha Ivory Crossbody Satchel

This Tasha satchel is an amazing satchel made out of lightweight nylon fabric with PVC trim.
This bag has shiny gold hardware for added glam.
The front features two zip pockets, one on the front and one on the back.
The inside is fully lined and has a back wall zip pocket and a front wall multifunctional slip pocket.
The inside also has a detachable change pouch.
Dual handle straps with a drop down length: 6” and a satchel strap with a drop down length of 19.5”.
Dimensions: 14”W x 4.25”D x 9”H.

Raya Crazy Sale Price : RM300 !!

Nine West Bow Tote (SOLD)

The bag is approximately 11.5" wide at the bottom (tapers up to ~13.5" wide at the top), ~10" high, and ~3" deep at the bottom (plenty of room to hold everything you need in a sleek, modern, easy-to-carry size and shape)
Handle drop : 9"

DKNY Python Leather Wallet

Style : 741122603
Measurement : 7 3/4W" x 4"H x 1"D
14 Credit Card Slots
5 Banknote Slots
Zipped Side Pocket for Coins
Front "DKNY" Metal Logo Plate

Raya Crazy Sale Price : RM300 !!

Nine West Yellow Canary Hobo (SOLD)

Measurement : 10" X 10" X 5"
Handle Drop : 10"

Nine West Black Wallet (SOLD)


Fossil Key-Per Coated Canvas Convertible Satchel

If you're looking for adorable captivation in a handbag, look no further than the Fossil® Key Per Satchel!
This go-anywhere satchel is made of PVC-coated canvas.
Holds your wallet, sunglasses, personal technology and a small cosmetic case.
Dual handles with an attachable shoulder strap.
Handle drop: 5" length. Shoulder drop: 18" length.
Whimsical pattern is ultra versatile.
Flat bottom.
Top zip closure.
Lined interior with a back wall zip pocket and multifunctional slip pockets.
Dimensions: 11.5" wide x 6.25" deep x 8" high.

Raya Crazy Sale Price : RM320 !!

ELLE Square Link Sunnies



* no casing included
Price : RM150 including postage

DKNY Town & Country Signature Hobo Red Trim Khaki (SOLD)

Color: Chino Saddle Khaki Brown with Red Trim
Size: 14"L x 10"H x 7"W Drop: 8"
Closure: flap with turnlock
Interior: 3 main compartments with middle compartment fully zipped
Additional 1 small zipped and 2 open mini compartments
No dustbag included.

Kenneth Cole Wallet with Key Holder (SOLD)


Nine West Yellow Mustard Crossbody (SOLD)


Happy Independence Day Pakistan

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Today is the 64th Birthday of my beloved country Pakistan. This is a day of celebration for all Pakistanis, whether at home or abroad. I recently came across a term earlier this month, 'Pakophilia'. Pakophilia is a term used to describe love for all aspects of Pakistan, ranging from its culture and history to its food and people. I can proudly say I have quite a few Pakophiles in my family, the most 'Pakophilic' being my two younger brothers Mustafa and Mujtaba.

I got an email today from my aunt Dr. Tahira Jabeen. She had sent me a very interesting and informative forwarded article about the history of our country. The original email is from a person whose father in law gifted him a 1948 copy of Life Magazine. The contents of the email, without editing at my end, are:

'Article on Pakistan from a 1948 copy of LIFE Magazine that my father in law gifted to me.

Some of the key takeaways from the article on Pakistan

-          97% illiteracy rate.
-          Only 26,000 people working in industry
-          All professionals left for India and Pakistan inherited 6 million impoverished peasants who had left their land behind.
-          No real leaders besides Jinnah (interesting that LAK was not even mentioned at that time) – was it an inevitability that Army filled the void an started a cycle of producing corrupt politicians?
-          The magazine suggests Pakistan needed a commercial rapprochement to India if its citizens were to be clothed.
-          At the time of partition all important businessmen migrated to India with all the gold bullion and other liquid assets of the country.
-          US$ 450 mln in income vs US$ 800 mln of expenditure – and of course LAK pursued borrowing /aid over investment (freedom was mortgaged right from the start)?

After reading this article, it seems that in 1947, Pakistan was further behind India than it is now. It is a miracle that the country survived even with a continuity of corrupt leaders, feudalism and radicalization of general public. The only thing that kept the country going at that time was the zeal, positivity and unity of the people. This article gives me hope that all’s not lost yet for our country. We have been called a failed state before and we have survived. All we need is a leader, a direction, faith and tolerance.

Happy Independence Day.


The original copy of the 1948 Life Magazine is also included in the email. I can't figure out how to attach a file that can be downloaded on my blog, so I will do it the hard way, copy the images from the pdf file on paint via print screen and attach the main contents of the article on Pakistan. If you want the original copy of this particular 1948 Life Magazine, let me know and I will forward it to you.

I remember reading an article few years back which had a few lines that really touched me. I do not recall the name of the article or the name of the author. I do recall the lines very vividly, and they are perfect for ending this article:

'Ask the Chechens, ask the Palestinians, ask the Kashmiris how precious freedom is. Even an imperfect one.'

Fossil Modern Cargo Convertible Tote (SOLD)

Color : Red
The Modern Cargo convertible tote in soft leather is the perfect vintage-inspired accessory.
Material : Leather
Closure: Zipper
Interior: Zip, cell phone and PDA pockets; 2 exterior flap pockets
Double handles with detachable strap
Measurements: 12 1/2L x 2 1/2W x 13 1/2H
Drop: Handles = 4 3/4 Strap = 21

Micheal Kors Signature Grab Tote Blue Leather Trim

Measurement : 14" X 11" X 6"
Handle drop: 9"
Gold tone hardware
Interior: 1 small zipped wall pocket + 1 open mini wall pocket
Comes with original tag + care card.
No dustbag.

Raya Crazy Sale Price : RM500 !!