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    Lynn Kim Do

    there's nothing to hide and no one to hide from, especially yourself

    . February 29, 2016 .

    Insider's Guide to Bushwick | On Framework Magazine

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    . February 10, 2016 .

    Each year, Fashion Week and I gain a more and more complicated relationship. We hate to love each other and love to hate each other. Actually, feelings aren't entirely mutual but you get my drift. The great thing about being an avid Fashion Week attendee is that I now get to avoid all the bumps and whoops. Or at least most of it. Here are 5 tips to prep for one of the most anticipated Fashion holidays in New York. 

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    Everyone has a love language. And, then what? What do you do with that? Cupid has an influx of bows eager to pierce through the thick pink air of love also known as Valentine’s Day. And he needs to reach his quota, so you should to pray that the cute baby-like winged sucker is in a good mood to suit you with a tolerable partner. 
    . February 8, 2016 .

    There's two kinds of Staycationers. There are those who never leave their rooms. I applaud your netflix binging, room service indulging, and real genuine efforts at relaxation. Then there's people like me and Mai, who is currently suffering cabin fever... 
    Here are three Instagram Worthy Cafes in Midtown NYC!

    . February 5, 2016 .

    The perfect way to initiate the SLAYcation series at Executive Hotel Le Soleil New York is alongside my partner in slay, Alexandra of Lexicon Of Style, draped in Vestment robes. Post-whisky, hungover, zero tolerance for judgement, and good vibes, let's take a trip away from home...but not too far. K, thanks.

    . February 3, 2016 .

    "Let's take a walk," he said. It'll be fun, he said. You see how this seemingly innocent suggestion in form of a period punctuation as oppose to a question mark is quite deceptive. Its meaning will forever change due to this incident. And if you don't know what I'm talking about then let me explain...