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    Lynn Kim Do

    Lynn Kim Do may be the first fashionista to define and coin the term Neckbreakin’ Style but she is certainly not the only person that this term encompasses. Lynn takes inspiration from the street, from the mundane and thus her extraordinary everyday experiences, and presents it rawly along with visuals and personal style. This is a platform beyond personal style. It is a space of personal experiences. Lynn Do creates a platform that curates her very honest, sometimes too honest, stories called "Street Talk" with style that is also uniquely raw. Having footprints all over the United States, her view of fashion can not be defined by one location or even one style except one - streetwear. She believes in minimal and clean streetwear without losing all the attitude and sass with it. Her visual and production expertise has accumulated many highly recognized repertoire of projects with clients like Revlon and Urban Outfitters. She has been featured on Nylon.com, The New York Times, and WWD to name a few. If you ask her though, her biggest personal achievement is surviving a year lease in a six floor walk-up NYC apartment.

    New York | Nueva York ft. Peralta Project



    "I've been asked - "If you could live anywhere in the States, where would you live?" Without an ounce of hesitation, my answer will always be "New York City". It is the city of dreams, the city of my dreams. You see how attracted I was to Peralta Project's headgear. It put a clever twist into the traditional snapbacks and cultural permanence of the teams."












    Hats - Peralta Project // Denim Jacket - Levis // Long White Tee - THREADWORKSHOP (via Evolve Clothing Gallery) // Ripped White Denim - Rustic Dime

    I've been asked - "If you could live anywhere in the States, where would you live?" Without an ounce of hesitation, my answer will always be "New York City". It is the city of dreams, the city of my dreams. Hope lives in every crevice. Reality checks aren't too far away either, cohabiting with hope as neighbors. It's not that New York City creates the illusion of success, it actually posses the opportunities. Sure, we can't all own a brownstone worth a couple million dollars but why say such things when the possibilities are in your hands and in the universe. New York City is raw. There's a space for everyone. The encounters with people are always unique and strangely welcomed. I think it has to do with the diversity that thrives in the city. New York City doesn't see color as much as it sees a hustle, a lot of passion, and an insane amount of work ethic. All qualities anyone can possess. We are the assholes that will elbow you on the street and the same person that will start a conversation with you at a bar over a round of free tequila shots. We are the indies, the Jazz, the alternatives fighting to keep their voice relevant or to simply express ourselves. We are the born and raise New Yorkers, the newly New Yorkers, and the short term visitors. Most of all, we exist in everyone, in every shape, and in every language.

    You see how attracted I was to Peralta Project's headgear. It put a clever twist into the traditional snapbacks and cultural permanence of the teams. I've always loved the history and culture of different origins. I'm quite a nerd and documentary freak. And there's nothing that I enjoy more than when that culture creates their own unique position in a new space. Peralta isn't just Latino inspired. It's New York Latino inspired.

    Photos by Johnny Utah



    "I've been asked - "If you could live anywhere in the States, where would you live?" Without an ounce of hesitation, my answer will always be "New York City". It is the city of dreams, the city of my dreams. You see how attracted I was to Peralta Project's headgear. It put a clever twist into the traditional snapbacks and cultural permanence of the teams."












    Hats - Peralta Project // Denim Jacket - Levis // Long White Tee - THREADWORKSHOP (via Evolve Clothing Gallery) // Ripped White Denim - Rustic Dime

    I've been asked - "If you could live anywhere in the States, where would you live?" Without an ounce of hesitation, my answer will always be "New York City". It is the city of dreams, the city of my dreams. Hope lives in every crevice. Reality checks aren't too far away either, cohabiting with hope as neighbors. It's not that New York City creates the illusion of success, it actually posses the opportunities. Sure, we can't all own a brownstone worth a couple million dollars but why say such things when the possibilities are in your hands and in the universe. New York City is raw. There's a space for everyone. The encounters with people are always unique and strangely welcomed. I think it has to do with the diversity that thrives in the city. New York City doesn't see color as much as it sees a hustle, a lot of passion, and an insane amount of work ethic. All qualities anyone can possess. We are the assholes that will elbow you on the street and the same person that will start a conversation with you at a bar over a round of free tequila shots. We are the indies, the Jazz, the alternatives fighting to keep their voice relevant or to simply express ourselves. We are the born and raise New Yorkers, the newly New Yorkers, and the short term visitors. Most of all, we exist in everyone, in every shape, and in every language.

    You see how attracted I was to Peralta Project's headgear. It put a clever twist into the traditional snapbacks and cultural permanence of the teams. I've always loved the history and culture of different origins. I'm quite a nerd and documentary freak. And there's nothing that I enjoy more than when that culture creates their own unique position in a new space. Peralta isn't just Latino inspired. It's New York Latino inspired.

    Photos by Johnny Utah

    . December 5, 2014 .