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.
Top & Bottom – Rejina Pyo. Phone case – OtterBox. Necklace – Louis Vuitton.


top: shirt & trousers STYLENANDA bag DELVAUX. right: notebook OHH DEER phonecase OTTERBOX earrings MARIA BLACK


Once upon a time, in a land far, far away – far enough from a Starbucks (one equipped with a toilet) that warrants this rant a fairy-tale/hipster beginning – lived a girl whose name was Butter Fingers. She had the face of any ordinary girl, but possessed an extremely rare useless magical power, one that allowed her to drop everything – little or high in value – to the floor. Her fairy godmother had concluded that Darling, earth’s gravity must be a little stronger around you and had slid a card to a botox clinic before *poof*-ing off. The people in the village however, had banished her with pitchforks and selfie-sticks, to a leafy-yet-ironically-well-connected borough, after an incident at Oxford Circus station that sealed the fate, and name, of Butter Fingers.

It had been the height of rush hour, exactly five hours past the hour of noon at which the sun is at its highest – villagers retiring from a day’s work poured into the under-passage of Oxford Circus Station, all four entrances choked up to the brim. Butter Fingers had been on an excursion, one of her busier days – ending with an appointment making BLARRHGHER cupcakes and that of similar unimportance. She had shuffled along into the station with the throng, sharing in agitation with the day’s exhaustion, and joined the bottle-neck queue up to the ticket barriers. Just as she reached the double-gates and pulled out her magical oyster that grants entry, out spilled the entire contents of her bag. Keys, phones, wooden ladles, anti-bacterial gels… even the DIY cupcakes tumbled onto roadkill. Domestic/foreign coins rolled towards the escalators, and she’d lost in the Schrodinger’s cat query: Is the phone screen cracked, or intact? The station ground to a halt, and then, an uproar.


…after an incident at Oxford Circus station that sealed the fate, and name, of Butter Fingers.



It was since that day, the villagers dubbed her Butter Fingers. Or Lube Collective, for those who remember the incident. Marinating in self-shame, she’d since thrown out all flap-less bags and stocked up on OtterBox Drop+ Protection cases, and lured a man to carry all peripherals, who she eventually married. She resorted to a life online, dedicated the rest of her life to a blog (the laptop nailed down to the desk), and lived happily ever after.


Top – Rejina Pyo Trousers – COS.
Marinating in self-shame, she’d since thrown out all flap-less bags and stocked up on Otterbox phone cases…



creative direction SHINI PARK editorial assistance SIMON SCHMIDT in collaboration with OTTERBOX


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  1. These pieces are absolutely stunning!



  2. Every image is perfect!


  3. A mystery, A symmetry~ Hey with a power like butter fingers…making buttery croissants should be a breeze~

  4. A life of a clumsy person made poetic, better magical than crippling though!


  5. beautiful all white look


  6. I looooove asymmetrical shapes!!

    Don’t miss today my urban-chic outfit plenty of personality…and showing my new multicolor stud stilettos ! ;)
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  7. Minimalistic perfection! Super unique!!!


  8. These images are wonderful! Love the way you used light and shadow.


  9. Love it! Just love it! I wish there is Otterbox to buy in Serbia though :/


  10. Very inspiring pictures!


  11. fantastic!!!!


  12. pia

    what a unique outfit, love it!
    Fash ‘n’ fudge
    Fash ‘n’ fudge

  13. w-o-w!


  14. The magazine layout is on point! <3


  15. In love <3


  16. Love the story, I’m so clumsy. The pieces are amazing too and so well styled.


  17. Isus Iso

    Dear Butter Fingers,

    I know exactly (and I mean -exactly-) how you feel. But try to keep the following in mind on your future journeys: If you embarass yourself once a day it
    strengthens your character. Hurray! That’s the bright side!
    Thinking about it, I must be strong as an ox by now. Hmmh…



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  19. I am not worthy :O :O

  20. As someone who is equally clumsy as *ahem* Butter Fingers, I feel the pain of spilling everything everywhere. For me it’s less so in subway stations and more so in every restaurant I walk into.. forks they go flying everywhere..

    That case though, probably should get one since I have dropped and cracked my phone 5 times and counting….


  21. “or Lube Collective” HAHAHA! The best. Also, how do you make an Otterbox look chic? Give it to Shini Park.

  22. Love the outfit !
    Jane Smith

  23. Gorgeous black and white, so perfect <3

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  24. Yet another superb post! Your iPhone case looks really handy too. The storytelling in this is extremely encapsulating!

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  25. Amazing pics!


  26. That is the most amusing story i’ve ever heard hahahaha you’re a genius.

    xx Faiyaz

  27. Great symetry! Very nice look! White is … best!


  28. Everything in this post is really original and unique as your style
    I love your blog
    I hope you will like mine

  29. GORGEOUS! x

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  30. GORGEOUS! x

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  31. Lovely shots! Especially love your nails!

    Agnes x


  32. Once again butter fingers you have surpassed yourself. Love a very loyal and constantly-in-awe-reader xxx

  33. Love it! Great photos :)


  34. I love your writing style you are so creative. And I love all the outfits here. Have a great weekend sweetie <3

    xoxo Eva | http://www.evakindles.com

  35. Omy loved this so much. I am the same and Otterbox is a true lifesaver! Absolutely beautiful photos and words as always.


  36. Simba

    Always pay attention to you, very beautiful

  37. Ted Theodore

    Very beautiful

  38. Interesting article. I love taking pictures of people and starting to do my own photoshoots. But sometimes my photos are not as good as I wish they would, and now I read your article with much happiness, you have so many useful tips! I am now working for an events promotion company and noticed more and more photography courses were posted. However I don’t have enough time to attend them. So your article helps me a lot, keep continue posting great articles on your blog! Thank you.

    Valentin – jorlio.com

  39. Symmetry in everyday language refers to a sense of harmonious and beautiful proportion and balance. In mathematics, “symmetry” has a more precise definition



  40. Every blouse is fab!

  41. Gorgeous outfit! Minimalist and classy!

  42. Next Generation. Love this, its so different. The iphone is definitely fitting in your pictures.