Christmas in the Krischic Crib – The Chic List

I’ll not be home for Christmas…you can count on it. I’ll be home for Christmas, if only in my dreams this year. That is the reality of being an on-camera journalist. Sometimes, you must work holidays so that your viewers who are home for Christmas have something festive on their television screens to enjoy! MyContinue reading “Christmas in the Krischic Crib – The Chic List”

I Only had a Fraction of My Closet During This Pandemic– Here’s how it went

*Come back for new posts every ‘Forward-Thinker-with-a-Vintage-Soul Friday! I have a confession: I survived the last few months of this pandemic on ten percent of my closet. Yes, you read that right. The illustrious, “lady with lots of luggage,” who four years ago brought four pieces of luggage to her London study abroad program, spentContinue reading “I Only had a Fraction of My Closet During This Pandemic– Here’s how it went”

summer Loungewear you can take from home to town after the pandemic

*Come back for new posts every ‘Forward-Thinker-with-a-Vintage-Soul Friday!’ Okay, I know I’ve recently made the case for off-duty style that isn’t loungewear, but in my defense this comfy set of isn’t sweats! There are ways to make laid-back look luxurious instead of lazy (and it’s totally fine to have your lazy days too, because let’sContinue reading “summer Loungewear you can take from home to town after the pandemic”

LA Designer Creates PPE for an Airline, Doctors and Consumers!

Style takes to the skies and COVID-19 cannot stop it! On this week’s episode of Keeping it Krischic’s pandemic special, Quarantelling Stories (more explanation about it in this post), I chatted with LA Designer Puey Quiñones about his stylish line of PPE for AirAsia Doctors and eventually… consumers! The style savant who has been featured in Harper’s Baazar,Continue reading “LA Designer Creates PPE for an Airline, Doctors and Consumers!”

Los Angeles Muralist, Ruben Rojas on His ‘You Can’t Quarantine Love’ Campaign

The city of angels is also known as the city of wall art: Crowds normally form to take photos by them, but with the sheltering-in-place order over LA, this is no longer the case. LA muralist Ruben Rojas won’t let that stop him from spreading hope through his craft. On this week’s episode of Keeping itContinue reading “Los Angeles Muralist, Ruben Rojas on His ‘You Can’t Quarantine Love’ Campaign”

Talk Show S2Ep3: How Clothing Brand, LaMade Pivoted into Mask Making During the Pandemic

The CDC has recommended we all wear face masks. Ethical fashion brand, LAmade is making sure we stay safe in style. On this week’s episode of Keeping it Krischic’s pandemic special, Quarantelling Stories (more explanation about it in this post), LAmade’s CEO, Elbert Chang gave me all the details on why their factory decided toContinue reading “Talk Show S2Ep3: How Clothing Brand, LaMade Pivoted into Mask Making During the Pandemic”

Introducing: Keeping it Krischic’s Pandemic Special, Quarantelling Stories

Keeping it Krischic a  Talk Show for the ‘Chicest’ Creatives is back with a shift of focus during the Coronavirus pandemic! Chic by definition means “elegant” or “fashionable,” but by its origins the adjective also means “skillful.” Keeping it Krischic is a talk show for guests and audiences who are looking to embody those qualities.Continue reading “Introducing: Keeping it Krischic’s Pandemic Special, Quarantelling Stories”

SOLOW Owner, Daniella Clarke Chats Social Distancing Fashion and Community Outreach

If this quarantine has taught us anything, it’s that no matter who we are in the grand scheme of society, we all put our pants on one leg at a time. For designer Daniella Clarke, perhaps the only different is those bottoms may have a dipped waistline. After all, Clarke was one of the pioneersContinue reading “SOLOW Owner, Daniella Clarke Chats Social Distancing Fashion and Community Outreach”

The Krischic Approved Way to Work at Home

I’ll be honest, I’ve engaged in an unhealthy relationship with the word “productive” lately. This is mostly because during the coronavirus pandemic, it’s been a buzz word that stings. I have felt the pressure from myself as an overachiever and my from fellow Type-A personalities on social media to “use all this new free time”Continue reading “The Krischic Approved Way to Work at Home”

How to Throw An Afternoon Tea Party At Home!

This Saturday’s descent down the family staircase felt like a passage out of an Elizabeth Gaskell novel meets Audrey Hepburn film. After all, I wore a Victorian-style off-the-shoulder dress trimmed in black lace, the low-scalloped neckline the right cut to show off my mother’s gold coin necklace. I grinned ear to golden-ornamented ear with red-rosyContinue reading “How to Throw An Afternoon Tea Party At Home!”