Tag Heuer, Millennium Dance Complex, Ausländer.

Hello you all! How is it going?

In a week, it will mark 2 months in Brazil! It's been a great experience and journey so far, and I'm very excited for all the partnerships, projects and everything else coming my way.

Today I would like to share with you some fun times and exciting news.

Tag Heuer:
2 weeks ago I had the pleasure to attend Tag Heuer Brazil's event, for the launch of their tech oriented new watches named #DontCrackUnderPressure, think Apple Watch feat. Tag Heuer. The event was held at Casa Fares, a huge, beautiful and modern space right in the heart of Jardim Paulistano. Brazilian Judo athlete and olympic medal winner, Flavio Canto was the special guest and played some games while the presentation was on.

After a few drinks and some great chatting with the beauties Maria Preu (C&A) and Priscila Borgonovi (PBPR), we went downstairs for some good dancing and more fun!

Millennium Dance Complex:
Millennium is the biggest Dance Complex from Los Angeles. Their clients include Starts such as J.Lo, Justin Timberlake, Selena Gomez and more.
Since I arrived in Brazil I've been looking for choreographers, dancers and a studio to start practicing and creating the choreography for my first album (tone released ) #PopLife.
Guess what? I found Klaus Duarte, amazing choreographer and dancer who believed in my work and decided to have a meeting with me and his team. I finally met Paula Tomazella and Milo Levell head of the first Millennium Dance complex in Brasil. If you don't know, Milo was Michael Jackson's choreographer!
The big news is: They love and believe in my Music and Art, so we decided to seal a partnership where they will be creating the choreographies for #PopLife and in exchange I will be co-producing their amazingly talented artists! This is extremely exciting! 

Check out my first workshop with the kids and my very first session today with Klaus, creating moves for my first single #PopLife!

Ausländer Halloween Party:
To complete an amazing post, I should finish it with an amazing party! =)
I was invited to attend Ausländer's Halloween Party held at an amazing location called Nos Trilhos, an old and industrial neighborhood of Sao Paulo, Mocca. They party itself was ok but the looks were absurd and I had the PLEASURE to wear Walério Araújo, an amazing Brazilian designer who is a sweetheart and extremely talented! Alongside me, Andre Florindo and Paola Ludtke in the gang who were also in Walério. I also matched my look with Chernobyl Show's custom headpiece I was gifted back in L.A. Check it out below!

Guys, I hope you enjoyed all the news and had fun it. I will keep on posting the good news! If you like it don't forget to engage a bit with me by liking, commenting and sharing it!
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Much LOVE, Catch you all soon,


#PopLife Shooting, Art Shows and Beverly Hills.

Hey Guys,

How are you? I hope you had a good weekend.
My week was pretty fun and busy, just how I like it! 

Over last weekend through Monday, I was prepping for my amazing #PopLife shooting, which is basically some new photographs for my promotional material to be used by my booking agents and PR.

The actual shooting was on Tuesday, 9th, and I have to say, it was BEAUTIFUL!
My amazing friend Hank, Director and Editor of West Hollywood Magazine and WeHo Ville,  hooked me up with one of his friends who owns a Mansion in the Hollywood Hills, the location couldn't have been more #PopLife!

After an amazing shooting day, nothing could possibly have beat it, expect a full amazing week of fun!:

Thursday night, my beautiful friend Jacky invited me to the Basic Magazine Red Carpet Event held at Confidential Beverly Hills. The party was very 90's Beverly Hills style (look it up) and I made some new dear friends including Justin Howard and Charmaine Joie.

Friday night my birthday friend (once again) Hank, invited me to the opening of 'Round Hole Square Peg', an Art Show curated by the fascinating Phil Tarley, a fellow of the American Film Institute and an artist member of the Los Angeles Art Association, whom writes about contemporary artpop culture and photography for Fabrik Magazine.

Out of the photographers exhibiting, two caught my attention.:
Rob Lebow, who is actually a good friend of mine and shot me a few months ago in Palm Springs for his book 'GORGEROUS', featuring Armen Ra on the cover, and Josef Jasso, who I have never heard of before but definitely was winning the game, with some very colorful and bright pop art photographs featuring the one and only, Amanda Lepore.

Saturday night  I attended another Art Show my dear friend Aaron Rosenberg was photographed for.
The full collection of underwater photographs entitled 'California Mermaids', features naked models and friends, shot by Ukrainian artist, Alex Sher. His impactful and stunning pieces are spread throughout the entire Lurie Gallery.

To finish the week with a Golden Key after so much work and fun events, at night (still on Saturday) I went for drinks and a lot of Disco Music accompanied by some new friends and my bestie Lily at my favorite club in town, Giorgio's, at The Standard Hotel, hosted by the sweetheart, Bryan Rabin.

I hope you guys enjoyed the highlights of my week! There is so much great content including Art, Fashion, Photography and Music to discover in this post, so I really  hope you get inspired and have fun! =)



California Dreaming.

Hello Everyone! How have you been? 

It's been forever since I last posted. As you may know I've been in Los Angeles for almost 2 months now and sorting out life isn't easy in a foreign place.  

It's been a great experience so far. It kinda takes me back to last year when I was living in NYC, recording and producing my album '#PopLife' (to be released). Everything was new and fresh, tho this time around I'm more familiar with it as it's still America. 

My first 2 weeks was full on Angelino lifestyle: Hikes and runs at the Runyon Canon which is sadly closed now for maintenance; West Hollywood realness with all its beauty, healthy lifestyle vibes, sexiness and expensiveness (such as a $250 membership at Equinox); Hollywood glam nights at The Standard Hotel meeting David LaChapelle, Alan Cummings, Justin Tranter and more. 


In less than 2 weeks I had already met some amazing new people for life and reconnected with some old friends, making me feel at home more and more. 

One of the highlights so far has been our 24H Coachella experience. My dear friend Jacqueline Chambers invited me for a little private party hop around Palm Springs (where I wrote a new song!) filled with artists, celebs wannabes and actual celebs!

The drive was once again, full on (this time) Californian lifestyle: Convertible, loud music and sunshine! 

From pool parties to an exclusive shooting with Rob Lebow of 'GLAMOROUS' book project to the grand finale, Jeremy Scott's annual bash!


Basically life in L.A. has been great! :) I just moved Downtown, my place is getting tidy and I'm keeping up the hustle, in search of the best Manager, the best Record Label and the best Team to help my dreams come true! 

Stay tuned! 

Thank you for the constant support, I LOVE YOU ALL! :)


#Healing in #Hakone.

Happy New Year Everyone!

I hope you all kicked off 2016 beautifully and graciously!
I did and here is why!
I did a full day "#Healing in #Hakone" trip as I like to call it! =)

Every now and then we all need some Healing time right? 
I can't complain, my 2015 was a great year. I got to spend an amazing time in Brazil and Peru with my super mother, traveling around those 2 amazing and so culturally diverse countries. I spent 3 months in NYC, living my dream life, eating organic food 24/7, networking, performing and most importantly, recording and producing my first album #PopLife (out soon!). I shot 2 music videos back in Tokyo with a great team, did a bunch of shows, released my debut single and music video #PopLife, met amazing new people and I could go on and on... 
But, none of those came easily or without a big amount of stress, anxiety and exhaustion. 
I hassled my ass off in 2015 and by the end of it I was just extremely worn out! =(

Anyways, all is great again and I'm ready to kick some arses! 
Now, I would like to share with you my Hakone experience.

I hope you like it!

First stop, Hakone Open Air Museum.
Contemporary Art for everyone and a beautiful Picasso collection! =)

Hakone Ropeway had such a beautiful view of Mount Fuji and the Ashinoko Lake.
Best part of it, I got my own cable car! 

On my way to Moto Hakone by ship, cruising through the Ashinoko Lake.
Wind, Fresh Air and Peace.

And to end my #Healing in #Hakone trip, a chill end of afternoon Eating Japanese food, Praying at the Hakone Shrine and Loving some delicious desert and life.