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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.

    I did Yogaworks for a month














    There are too many days where I need to just switch things up a bit in my fitness and wellness lyfe. When going to the gym and lifting weights or running becomes a bit redundant. When I can’t possibly think of a workout. Nor motivate myself to do the workout. I’ve literally walked out of the gym mid-workout once. I just couldn’t do it.

    This is where classes come in. The hardest part is getting there. Then you have someone just telling you exactly what to do. God, that is the nicest thing. I spend 8 hours telling people what to do or planning what I have to do. It can be very liberating to not have to think once in awhile. I’ve been practicing yoga for years. And no, I cannot do any crazy headstands or binds but it has always been a source of groundedness I craved in this hectic city.  I recently tried Yogaworks for a month. A whole month. Now that’s a commitment! But unlike other studios I’ve been to, Yogaworks Soho really stands out amongst the plethora of others in Manhattan. The moment you walk in, you don’t get this vibe that you’re walking into an underground cult. Phew. The one thing I really appreciate about Yogaworks is their instructor. Each instructor is highly knowledgeable and passionate about their practice  And they have classes beyond yoga, like their 6:30pm Pilates class that really focuses on the one area I never work on (abs) and the one area I love to work on (butt). It’s the perfect degree of challenge yet you never feel like you’re there for way too long either. Those two perfect combos actually translate to all their other classes as well. They have Barre, Sculptwork, and, of course, yoga—Vinyasa, Yogaworks, Heated Yoga, and Restorative. I also enjoy how big this studio is without losing that feeling of intimacy and connection. There are two floors, three studios, and self-locking storage areas. They even have tea and water available for you. I’m a sucker for the little details and Yogaworks delivered on that. After a month, I can feel my body thanking me. I feel more flexible. I feel like I also know my body more. And I'm absolutely more hydrated from all the free tea I drank.

    Visuals by Karina Munoz
















    There are too many days where I need to just switch things up a bit in my fitness and wellness lyfe. When going to the gym and lifting weights or running becomes a bit redundant. When I can’t possibly think of a workout. Nor motivate myself to do the workout. I’ve literally walked out of the gym mid-workout once. I just couldn’t do it.

    This is where classes come in. The hardest part is getting there. Then you have someone just telling you exactly what to do. God, that is the nicest thing. I spend 8 hours telling people what to do or planning what I have to do. It can be very liberating to not have to think once in awhile. I’ve been practicing yoga for years. And no, I cannot do any crazy headstands or binds but it has always been a source of groundedness I craved in this hectic city.  I recently tried Yogaworks for a month. A whole month. Now that’s a commitment! But unlike other studios I’ve been to, Yogaworks Soho really stands out amongst the plethora of others in Manhattan. The moment you walk in, you don’t get this vibe that you’re walking into an underground cult. Phew. The one thing I really appreciate about Yogaworks is their instructor. Each instructor is highly knowledgeable and passionate about their practice  And they have classes beyond yoga, like their 6:30pm Pilates class that really focuses on the one area I never work on (abs) and the one area I love to work on (butt). It’s the perfect degree of challenge yet you never feel like you’re there for way too long either. Those two perfect combos actually translate to all their other classes as well. They have Barre, Sculptwork, and, of course, yoga—Vinyasa, Yogaworks, Heated Yoga, and Restorative. I also enjoy how big this studio is without losing that feeling of intimacy and connection. There are two floors, three studios, and self-locking storage areas. They even have tea and water available for you. I’m a sucker for the little details and Yogaworks delivered on that. After a month, I can feel my body thanking me. I feel more flexible. I feel like I also know my body more. And I'm absolutely more hydrated from all the free tea I drank.

    Visuals by Karina Munoz



    . April 7, 2017 .