Wednesday, August 31, 2016

A Sunday Afternoon at Harvard Sq, Cambridge


Jamaican curry goat, a street festival, colored buildings, a visit to the world's most prestigious school, and a jump fest is all it takes to have a great Sunday.
                                    
Though not pictured, our first stop was to pick up warm clothing at GAP, as the weather had drastically changed from warm to chilly
We had no idea there was a street festival at Harvard Square, but we joined in on the fun and posed it up for pictures

My girl, Kay had to cop a new jacket too (side eye to New England's unpredictable weather)
Jamaican curry goat and plantain was all it took for me to stop being upset at the weather
Posed it up for more pictures at Harvard Square
Then we went off to Harvard University to touch the foot of John Harvard for good luck
Oooh, colored chairs! Take my picture please
Lilac floor?? I'm in!
Falafel or nah?
Harvard Lampoon in all its glory
Modelling career in my future? Lol
Now let's burn the calories from the curry goat
Look ma, I'm jumping!


In all it was a great Sunday, and I especially loved how we hadn't planned our day, but still got to do cool stuff. Days like this, are the best!

Happy hump day guys.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Lately on Instagram

Hey guys, here's what I have been up to on instagram--@chic_Therapy


African greek goddess ;-). Bangles available here

Maxed in print. Skirt available 

Yellow polka dots
Denim and skirt obsession
Tips of many colors

Cocktail hour

All black err'thing, and yellow

Back to the roots

West 33rd Str #NYC

When you turn your brother's buba into  dress #Stylerevamp

Subtle pink

Watermelon obsession

Flagged at Times Square, NYC

Coolest backdrop ever!

Meow

Black #WeddingSaturday #Annapolis, #Maryland

Watermelon meets bardot top

Back view

Pouts and deuces

Harlem, #125th&Lenox #NYC

Brooklyn to Ojuelegba. "Wole pelu change e" #Danfodriver

Stripes and watermelon

Cupcake

Goofing off in print

Hope you enjoyed my IG round up. Please leave your instagram handle, so I can follow you. Mine is @Chic_Therapy


Enjoy the rest of the week.

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Philly: Colored Strands, Vibrant walls & African print

A Wednesday afternoon in Philly.
Bibi and I started off the day by taking in the sights and sounds of East Passyunk, the  neighborhood we stayed in

Then we went off to explore East Passyunk Avenue. The eclectic and vintage boutiques on this street were in numbers, unfortunately we got there too early and could't explore most of the stores. My headscarf is from Chic Therapy Accessories

My friend Bibi is a lover of vintage, so we stopped by this store so she could feed her appetite

The owner of the store was really nice, and told us it was actually a bridal consultation store and none of the fab items were for sale :-(

How cute is this vintage wall?

There were so many colorful walls East Passyunk Avenue, and I am restraining myself from posting all the picture I took :-)

We visited another part of East Passyunk to vintage shop, and then headed to the Philadelphia Museum of Art to check out the Creative Africa exhibition

The Creative Africa exhbition boasts of 5 exhibits, and our first stop was the "Three Photographers/Six Cities" exhibit

Photography by Akinbode Akinbiyi. Though black and white, these images capture the essence of Lagos. I know It's corny, but I could feel the energy and the spirit of Lagosians from these images. I wish I had taken close ups



Every scenario in this series were somewhat familiar to me



The next exhibit we visited was Vlisco: African Fashion on a Global Stage

This exhibits highlights African print textile brand, Vlisco


The exhibit also showcased designs by African and European designers
Of course, Vlisco prints were used to create all the pieces 
This was my absolute favorite

Drum roll for my favorite exhibit --The Architecture of Francis Kéré: Building for Community
The Color Scape installation is by renowned Burkina Faso born architect, Francis Kéré 
About Francis Kéré 


The idea for this installation was born out of the comparison of the unstructured terrain of Gando (Kéré's Village), and the structured grid of Philadelphia. (I included this picture to show you guys the top view of this wonderful installation.Photo by Tim Tiebout--source)


I had a blast interacting with these colored cords


Serving major profile :-)

Still in awe

How creative is this. I believe it's by Francis Kéré

We saw two other exhibition in the Creative Africa series, but for some reason, I did not take pictures :-(. 


Anyway, I hope these pictures give you a glimpse into the #CreativeAfrica exhibition @PhilaMuseum. The exhibition is open till September 25. If  you are in the area, please go see it, you will be blown away. More adventures from Philadelphia coming soon. 

Happy Thursday.