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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Professional Dress Code for Spring & Summer

May 12, 2015  
Filed under The Workplace

Winter is long gone, but maybe your wardrobe still consists of drab and somber colors because you just don’t know how to do professional any other way. Whether your job requires the prim and proper look or not, it’s always a smart choice to stay on top of your style game and look like you […]

It’s Heating Up: Interview with New Music Group, Aziatix

September 12, 2011  
Filed under Profiles / Interviews

  By Annie Suh — When raw talent surfaces, it doesn’t stay hidden for long no matter what the barrier. A new Asian American hip hop/R&B group is proving this point as they take the reins on the global music scene, and they’re getting much love here as well. Aziatix (pronounced “ey-zhee-attics”) released their debut […]

Call Her Fearless: Interview with a Pro Snowboarder

November 15, 2010  
Filed under Profiles / Interviews

Whether she’s jibbing, free-styling or performing other snowboarding tricks over high tops and rails, June Bhongjan is not afraid of taking risks—even if it means shattered bones, bruises and slits. Thai-American and born in Burbank, California, June began snowboarding in college with a group of friends until they reached pro status. A few years later, […]

Julia LoVan: Fashion with a Passion for Justice

October 4, 2010  
Filed under Profiles / Interviews

Text by Annie Suh | Runway photos by Alicia Olivares — A foretaste of what’s to come by the good-intentioned, talented and emerging Laotian-American designer. Arriving a few hours early at The Think Farm design studio in Silver Lake, I was met with a full house—hair/makeup artists working on models, photographers snapping photos, the setup […]