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In The MIT Catacombs

There are tons of tunnels under MIT, and my friend Spencer introduced me to this amazing interactive art mural filled tunnel, that has AR functionalities. So cool! The vibe here is pretending I don’t live in the freezing cold REALNESS. The shirt is from Uniqlo – they really do great collaborations – the image is […]

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Brooklyn Street Style: Coffee Color Palette

I was in Brooklyn this past week and headed out to the Whitney Museum’s new exhibition on the interface of art and technology, Programmed, and had to stop at this wonderfully derelict grafitti wall in Bushwick for a hashtag fashun moment.    Is anyone else majorly feeling shades of brown for fall? I think the […]

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Lifestyle | Musings

Jews in the ‘Jing: An Interview with Roberta Lipson

Passover Seder at Kehillat Beijing Beijing, a bustling metropolis of 21 million, is world renowned for its Peking duck, imperial architecture, long history and booming tech scene. Yet, amid the hustle and bustle, Beijing is also home to one of the most vibrant and active Jewish communities in China, Kehillat Beijing. My first time living […]

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Getting Sculptural

Finally arrived at MIT and needed to take a minor fashion break moment from all the numbers, theorems and data models! And it’s only been one week! MIT has an amazing art program and the campus is dotted with beautiful sculptures from artists ranging from the well-known Alexander Calder to the lesser-known Chinese contemporary artist […]

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David Hockney: 82 Portraits & 1 Still-Life @ LACMA

I was very excited to attend David Hockney’s 3-year-painting-experiment-gone-come-to-life–installation-vision at LACMA a few weeks ago. Hockney Himself  True to title, David Hockney’s 82 Portraits and 1 Still-Life features paintings in which Hockney invited family members, friends, employees art world luminaries and what have you to his Hollywood Hills studio. Over a period of three, or […]

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*~Koreatown~*

Pink, pink, pink……. Out in Koreatown, again, looking for #nomz and #wallz. I love a good pink-and-white moment, and this pink mural at the Line Hotel did not fail one bit. The sweater of the crying Kim is iconic in all kinds of ways and in all kinds of layers.   The sunglasses are from […]

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Memoirs of a Gaysian

Continuing my street style in Koreatown series, let me present you with this AMAZING “Gaysian” hat I bought online. Having recently lived in Asia, and being a gay man, I feel ok about using the term “Gaysian” to describe myself and my experiences, challenging, in a way, the typical notions and sometimes negative connotations of […]

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The Marciano Art Foundation

The Scottish Rite Masonic Temple on Wilshire Blvd.  Somewhere, on an non-descript part of Wilshire Blvd., after LACMA and before Koreatown, sits an old Scottish Rite Masonic Temple that is now home to the Marciano Family Art Foundation. The Mariano Brothers with Takashi Murakami  The Marciano Family earned their fortune from the primarily denim brand […]

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Werkin’ on Wilshire

Out and about in Koreatown on Wilshire Blvd, trying to rock LA summer street style meets Harajuku pink glam. Socks and sandals ftw. The glasses are from a Taiwanese brand called Kinsole, which I found at a mall in Beijing. The crying Kim Kardasian sweatshirt is from Etsy, and a friend got it for me […]

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Spellbound Sky

For agate lovers and sage-smudgers alike, Spellbound Sky is a crystal oasis on Santa Monica Blvd in Silverlake, Los Angeles.   The shop features every kind of crystal and stone, and, in addition to pure pieces, they sell amazing bracelets, necklaces and everything one would need to live out your gay-witch-gone-to-Ojai fantasy.  More than just crystals, […]

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