Serendipity | Memories linger, so do smells: One-of-a-kind perfumes you need to wear
Some people say that perfume is the second layer of clothes for a woman, and it's not an exaggeration. But instead of pleasing others, the real function of a perfume is to tell a story of each person, show their own charisma, and distinguish them from others through self-expression. Smells linger much longer than your imagination, and sometimes even years afterwards, when you think of a person, you might still remember the smell he/she leaves, together with the memories. Here are some high-class and one-of-a-kind perfumes that you absolutely need to wear.
Serendipity | A city blooms in most unexpected way
It could be depressing for people under lockdown due to the pandemic, but thanks to Lewis Miller, New Yorkers are able to wake up to see their beloved city blooming in the most unexpected way. The 46-year-old florist uses his creativity and delicate skills to decorate the easily-forgotten spots, such as trash bins that can be seen in every block. Every street is presented as a flower exhibition, and as observers, we can fully understand: A city that you truly love will love you back (in its unique way). Let's now wander into the sea of blossoms.
Serendipity | Dogs in bags: slowing down in fast-paced metropolis
People always say that dogs are man's best friend. In a fast-paced metropolis like New York City, many people are even more desperate to get companionship from dogs. It helps to relieve their pressures and soothe their souls. However, there is a rule in NYC subway that no person may bring any animal on or into any conveyance or facility unless enclosed in a container. But that can never stop creative New Yorkers from bringing their dogs along with them. An Instagram account (@bagdogs) is even dedicated to recording the dogs in bags. Let's check out what these lovely creatures are thinking?