I've moved on...
...to a different domain. Why, what were you thinking? The truth is, I just woke up one day and decided it's time for a change—a metamorphosis, if you will; or, in layman's terms, if Britney can shave her head, then maybe so can I? Nevertheless, it's been a rather handsome 10 years of talking to you, and thank you for putting up with all my moodswings and terrible dad jokes. Fear not! The hormonal imbalance and jokes are more terrible on CUBICLE, see you there.
Watch – Calvin Klein class.


Sometimes, just sometimes, you look up and around your hunch-back blanket-burrito and whatever deadline you’ve been quite professionally avoiding and think, my goodness the office looks like a tipped-over crap basket. The mountain of beauty products and pile of press releases printed on what seems like Peru’s last remaining trees have been long since shoved aside into a blind spot, but you conclude that the reason there are 19 irrelevant tabs open and three very very expensive things in the Net-a-Porter basket is all due to this mess. The juices simply ain’t flowing.

Of course, I do what everyone who has ever worked in the creative industry does and go out for fresh air, aka the equivalent of sweeping dirty laundry under the bed. When I was in Uni, I didn’t frequent much cafes – possibly something to do with the fact that my PC sang such noises (remember the ear-splitting Microsoft loading tune? That, coupled with my overheating spluttering Toshiba, burned coffees) and the fear of being judged by Mac-clad hipsters. I liked bright, big spaces instead… like libraries or museums. The British Museum was one of my usual haunts, with its vast, invigorating open spaces and architecture that made any dormant ‘good ideas’ to re-surface; on sunny days I’d sit in one of the triangle shadows cast by the giant glass-roof and read a paperback (gasp!) until I got hungry. Nobody bothered if you sat on the stairs for hours, and the staff only got riled up when a throng of schoolkids made too much noise or ran around. At which point I’d stop chasing them, but generally it was also a great spot to bring friends.


Watch – Calvin Klein class. Ring – Calvin Klein beyond



I have fond memories of this place, which is why I brought Calvin Klein to shoot the class watch, as a means of sharing one of my old stomping grounds with you but also because FRESH AIR is what this blog always used to be.

In Collaboration with Calvin Klein Watches

Jacket – Dagmar. Crop-top – American Apparel. Jeans – Levi’s. Sneakers – MySwears. Calvin Klein watch + jewellery



Shirt – Filippa K. Jeans – vintage Levi’s. Watch – Calvin Klein class.


art direction SHINI PARK photography assistance SIMON SCHMIDT location THE BRITISH MUSEUM

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  1. love the way you take photos. This is a perfect, casual outfit that still remains chic. And i need that watch in my wardrobe!


  2. pure simplicity, love it!


  3. Gah, look at the BELLY!! :) Me like.



  4. Lovely shots. Great choice in location too.


  5. love that watch


  6. Fabulous and absolutely flawless combo!!


  7. <3 : )

  8. beautiful, clean colors!



  9. beautiful, clean colors!



  10. Cool watch shape!

    Today concentrated inspiration…with my monthly outfits recap ! ;)
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  11. Beautiful!


  12. Such a beautifully written and visually put together post, really lovely post! -G,x

  13. miri

    Beautiful watch and I love your cropped top with jeans!


  14. Alice

    Gorgeous shoot as always! Would love to visit the British Museum one day!

    xo, alice / T Y P E N U

  15. Such a beautiful photos! Inspiring post!


  16. What a stunning timepiece! The British Museum is certaiy a wonderful environment.


  17. that watch is sex on a wrist. love it and love this post. my favourite places to hang out are the natural history museum and the V&A museum.

    xx Faiyaz

  18. Incredible as ever! I remember you Snapchatting from the British Museum and it’s amazing to see the finished project from your time there – gorgeous photos and post, as always!

    Shot From The Street

  19. these photos so fresh so clean, in love with the sun kissed effect:) dat glass roof is just like the one in vancouver bloedel conservatory, one of my favourite haunts.


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  21. I am SO into those jeans Shini. Also you are one of the first people I’ve seen who can make even a crop top look sophisticated, YOUR POWER IS LIMITLESS Sophie xxxx

  22. Gorgeous shots!


  23. This is sooo gorgeous. You, the British Museum, and the Calvin Klein watch are a match made in heaven!

    Characters & Carry-ons

  24. I am loving the angles and framing on these shots! Absolutely gorgeous. And you make me want to get out and appreciate the nice spaces my city has to offer a bit more.

  25. Love this post! And those words. 3 very very expensive things sitting in the net-a-porter basket? I feel you girl x

    Real Life Nerd


  26. hi shini… are you a blogger? teeeeheeeee. and that ck watch is so summer appropriate! nice!

  27. Been following for a while but now my curiosity demands a comment… Where are your white sneakers from? I am hunting for the perfect white sneaker… Your snapstory makes my day every day!

  28. Your images are always so flawless and editorial. Love how you just pair basics and make it look that more refreshing. xx


  29. I also go outside when I am having writer’s block! It works surprisingly well, as long as I am by myself without any disturbances taking a walk in the park for example.


  30. I go outside too when I am having writer’s block! It works surprisingly well, as long as I am by myself without any disturbances taking a walk in the park for example.


  31. I LOVE this post Shini! Major chic vibes I must say x

  32. Always love your work. The airiness of the photos and simplicity of the outfit are beautiful. I also like to go to museums to work instead of cafes! :)


  33. Your images take my breathe away (in a good way) keep doing what you’re doing. I love it.


  34. Is that a Pluss Minus card wallet? I’ve got one too!!!

  35. Haven’t worn a watch for awhile. I cracked the glass front on mine mysteriously (cause its so smashed that one would think I might have felt some pain when I hit whatever I hit.) I thought I would miss it. I haven’t removed it except while around water, or replacing the battery for what must have been 20 yrs. But….I couldn’t bring myself to replace such a part of my identity. It’s been at least a year and don’t miss it at all. When we all carry cell phones likes they’re a part of our bodies, a watch seems sooooo. tres’ usless. Non?

  36. Elie

    I’m like genuinely in love with your text. In general.
    They are funny and I love them.
    It sounds just like your snapchats in my head
    oh well…

  37. Anna Zu

    Love the outfit! What levi’s are these ?

  38. Great watch, simple style but still gorgeous <3

    xoxo, Lastestbag – Best Bags For Women 2016

  39. Beautiful shots. Your CK watch is a great choice with your outfit. Where is the cardholder from?

  40. Beautiful watch!


  41. This is such a wonderful look and so timeless! I love the Calvin Klein brand.

  42. I really like this look perfect on you
    I love your style and your blog.
    Visit mine if you want
    many kisses

  43. The Calvin Klein watch collection are swiss made quality watches… Great photos. Thanks…

  44. Love your watch! It looks so chic and simple!
    This might suit on every outlook!! Love it! :)