In this regard, it's not just fashion that informs my style, but also my heritage, my comfort, and mostly my humanity.
I paired it with the Mother bag in the Lee colorway named after my mother.
And I largely have my relationship with fashion to thank for that.
It's always essential for me to feel comfortable for a full day of unknown adventure.
Technology is a wall, politics is also a wall, and our hearts are full of walls.
Throughout history, we've seen the idea that a physical garment under the label of 'fashion' is an individual's representation of nationhood, identity, privilege, and power.
Those priorities work for some, but for the first-generation Korean-American model and Asian rights activist, getting dressed is about communicating her values first and foremost.
I'm a huge outfit repeater, and I don't find any shame in that.