What is the Problem?

­­­­­“What can we do to make you feel safe and supported?” Safe and supported? What does that even mean? Two years ago, I was standing at the sample cart at Teavana, and two businessmen walked by me. One was white and one was of mixed race. As they walked by, I asked if they would... Continue Reading →

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PLAYING IT (SAFE) BY EAR: the Influence of Music on Fashion and Choices

(MARCH 2011 VS APRIL 2018 PHOTO BY @AGATABEE) When I was 11 years old, I stumbled on the But It’s Better If You Do music video by Panic at the Disco. For the next four years, I would stammer into Hot Topic, buy band merchandise online (with whatever money I was allotted from my parents),... Continue Reading →

Tu-esday OOTD: Japangeles

(L.A.) recently made a trip to Los Angeles for KCON 2017, and judging from all her stories and pictures she shared with me, it seemed like she had a ton of fun! Seeing her enjoy herself that much made me want to visit LA again. Hopefully for next year, I can go with her and... Continue Reading →

To Explore is to Experience

Every time I leave a place, old or new, the part of me that I leave behind gets bigger and bigger until I find myself scattered across the world, trying to get back until I’m satisfied with what I’ve seen. That’s the thing with vacations - they will forever be a moment that passes, a... Continue Reading →

“I Am No Stranger to Strangers.”

(Old image featured - 2015) I am no stranger to strangers. Every time something shifts in my life, I momentarily forget past occurrences and only look forward. My memory gets foggy, and the concept that "this seems familiar" disappears for half a second. Thinking back, this is not the first time I've heard these words,... Continue Reading →

Being Friends with a Beauty Blogger

We've all seen them. Whether you follow their full posts online or rapidly hit the 'like' button when their faces appear on your Instagram feed, beauty bloggers are taking over the fashion scene, each with their own unique sense of style and presence. There's a mild sense of intimidation when you see that 'k' next... Continue Reading →

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