Collaborations, FASHION

Interview with the editor of Pictorial Project: How she created the biggest fashion project of Korea

I just did my own thing, even though people would often tell me, ‘you’re doing it wrong, you’re going to fail.’ I think that in today’s world, you need to do what you love because it’s not going to work any other way. If you do something you don’t truly love, you’re going to be beaten by the people who are in that field of work because they really love it and are competent.

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Collaborations, FASHION

I just got new sunglasses from Warby Parker!

“Every idea starts with a problem. Ours was simple: glasses are too expensive. We were students when one of us lost his glasses on a backpacking trip. The cost of replacing them was so high that he spent the first semester of grad school without them, squinting and complaining. (We don’t recommend this.) The rest of us had similar experiences, and we were amazed at how hard it was to find a pair of great frames that didn’t leave our wallets bare. Where were the options?”

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Collaborations, FASHION

Talking to Korean fashion people in a cafe: An honest look inside the newly arising fashion scene

Meet the emerging heroes of the Korean fashion scene, the popular Korean fashion group, Alexandergrupe…
“I think the most important thing would be… a person’s overall atmosphere. But looks are also important. I can’t deny that. You do need to be a certain height and your body needs to meet some physical standards for you to be able to be a model in the industry. “

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Collaborations

What to wear to the baseball game

I don’t usually wear hats. Don’t get me wrong-I absolutely LOVE hats(woolly hats, snapbacks, hats with tassels, fedoras, hats hats hats) and I even used to wear a different hat every day of the week back in primary school. But as I grew,  I started to hear “Ohmagherd that makes your face look super huge.” […]

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Collaborations

Interview with loveable singer-songwriter Rachel Platten

“I think on this upcoming record my fans will surprised and hopefully psyched to hear the different influences. I have a gospel choir on two songs, electric guitar on a lot, live horns, drums, and yet tons of programming. Im super excited because I explored quite a lot of genres on these new songs while maintaining my sound, not easy to do, but oh man we did it.”

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