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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.

    To dream. And to do.









    In the last few weeks, my mind, my soul, my intuition, my discipline, and my inhibitions have been put to the test. I can go ahead and complain about it. Or I can see it differently, see it through objective eyes. And in fact, the world has shown great generosity to me in the past few weeks. It has given me this tremendous opportunity to put substance behind all the shit I’ve said about myself. I’m a dreamer. And oh, I’ve dreamed so hard lately as an actor, creator, blogger, model, and human. I’m a do-er, and how I’ve done so much in this short time. Just in the past few weeks, I modeled in NYFW for the first time ever. I performed live for the very time on stage in a theatrical performance. All while maintaining two production/social clients, additional model gigs, attending NYFW events, networking with new people, showing love to my close friends, and keeping my sanity attached. So yeah, there were some days where I wasn’t sure if I could hold it all together. Wasn’t sure which would falter first—my body or my mind. But, letting a huge breath out, I did. I did hold it all together. I not only held my own shit together but I freaking excelled. I overcame my own fears, my inner-demons, my ambivalence all while being a good friend, a good girlfriend, a good businesswoman, and good daughter.

    And is there any piece of advice I can give or suggestion for anyone going through the same thing? I'm not sure. I don’t think there is an exact formula for this kind of thing. But a few things, in retrospect, made a huge contribution to my sanity. Like saying “No”. I said “no” often. Like, having supportive friends who understands how crazy my schedule was, who sends encouragement, and who makes the plans and takes the stress off my back. Like drinking less, way less. Like choosing sleep over feeling FOMO. And lastly, surrounding myself around good people (strangers and friends) with good energy. Trust me, people can suck out an immense amount of energy of you and when your energy is sacred, you can’t be letting just ANYONE have it.



    Trend Alert: Purple is the new pink. So when I had the opportunity to play "shoe designer" and design my own pair of booties from Shoes Of Prey. I knew I had to get them in full on purple. You can also design and customize your own pair here, but I am fully encouraging you to dip into the purple game. Here is a promo code for free custom inscription inside your soles: LYNNKIMDO.

    Images by Pedro Morales 
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    Custom Kiel Booties by Shoes of Prey, Britches Sunnies by Giant Vintage, Vintage Jeans by Bad Night Good Morning, Vintage DIY Cropped Vest by Levis, Denim Jacket c/o (My Boyfriend's Closet!)









    In the last few weeks, my mind, my soul, my intuition, my discipline, and my inhibitions have been put to the test. I can go ahead and complain about it. Or I can see it differently, see it through objective eyes. And in fact, the world has shown great generosity to me in the past few weeks. It has given me this tremendous opportunity to put substance behind all the shit I’ve said about myself. I’m a dreamer. And oh, I’ve dreamed so hard lately as an actor, creator, blogger, model, and human. I’m a do-er, and how I’ve done so much in this short time. Just in the past few weeks, I modeled in NYFW for the first time ever. I performed live for the very time on stage in a theatrical performance. All while maintaining two production/social clients, additional model gigs, attending NYFW events, networking with new people, showing love to my close friends, and keeping my sanity attached. So yeah, there were some days where I wasn’t sure if I could hold it all together. Wasn’t sure which would falter first—my body or my mind. But, letting a huge breath out, I did. I did hold it all together. I not only held my own shit together but I freaking excelled. I overcame my own fears, my inner-demons, my ambivalence all while being a good friend, a good girlfriend, a good businesswoman, and good daughter.

    And is there any piece of advice I can give or suggestion for anyone going through the same thing? I'm not sure. I don’t think there is an exact formula for this kind of thing. But a few things, in retrospect, made a huge contribution to my sanity. Like saying “No”. I said “no” often. Like, having supportive friends who understands how crazy my schedule was, who sends encouragement, and who makes the plans and takes the stress off my back. Like drinking less, way less. Like choosing sleep over feeling FOMO. And lastly, surrounding myself around good people (strangers and friends) with good energy. Trust me, people can suck out an immense amount of energy of you and when your energy is sacred, you can’t be letting just ANYONE have it.



    Trend Alert: Purple is the new pink. So when I had the opportunity to play "shoe designer" and design my own pair of booties from Shoes Of Prey. I knew I had to get them in full on purple. You can also design and customize your own pair here, but I am fully encouraging you to dip into the purple game. Here is a promo code for free custom inscription inside your soles: LYNNKIMDO.

    Images by Pedro Morales 
    _____________________________
    Custom Kiel Booties by Shoes of Prey, Britches Sunnies by Giant Vintage, Vintage Jeans by Bad Night Good Morning, Vintage DIY Cropped Vest by Levis, Denim Jacket c/o (My Boyfriend's Closet!)

    . February 20, 2018 .