East Meets West
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Kimono robes, mandarin collars, qipao dresses, dragon-embroidered shirts—the list goes on, for so many Western trends can be traced back to Eastern cultures. Many of these styles have cultural significances in their own respective countries that are forgotten once brought … Read More

The Comparison Act: Social Media
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I have a love/hate relationship with social media. I’ve become so consumed by the world that exists within my phone that it’s the last thing I look at before I go to sleep and the first thing I wake up … Read More

It’s Complicated: My Relationship with the “Boyfriend” Look
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Photographs courtesy of Lindsay Wang I live in my “boyfriend” jeans. They sag on my hips. They don’t accentuate any curves I might have hiding away somewhere. They aren’t traditionally flattering, yet they remain one of my most worn articles … Read More

Young & Innovating: Melisa Seah
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  Recently, I caught up with an old friend, Melisa Seah. Back in high school, she started a club called Run Without Boundaries that raised thousands of dollars a year to support local Shanghai charities. Now, attending USC Marshall School of Business … Read More

NY / LA
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There seems to be an ongoing battle between the major cities of the American coasts: New York City and Los Angeles. Some people claim that a person naturally affiliates with one or the other, but is the choice really that … Read More

Five Podcasts to Start Your Morning
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Podcasts have a fraught reputation: some of us depend on them for our daily commute, while others find them hard to follow. Just as any given person’s tastes and interests cannot be put in a box, neither can podcasts as … Read More

1960s to 2016: Fashion and Political Culture
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In the wake of this election, I feel a profound, but terrifying truth. How can I come to terms with an administration that has made it clear that hatred and ignorance win? In searching for guidance, I turn, surprisingly, to … Read More

Finding Happiness: A Photo Journey
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Leh rests in the unforgiving, orange-tinted landscape of the Himilaya mountains. Leh is a city in Ladakh, in the northern corner of the Jammu and Kashmir province, India. From the second the plane touched down in Leh, the same mandate … Read More

Exploring Morocco
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Over Winter Break, I had the unreal opportunity to travel through Morocco. I started in a Moroccan city named Fez, drove down through the Atlas Mountains and Sahara desert and then finally to a city called Marrakesh. The people were … Read More

City/Body
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  The City is Alive In this photo essay I wanted to explore the way in which the city and body relate and interact. Although made of steel and concrete, the city seems to pulse with energy, emotion, beauty, and … Read More

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