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Besides a Lanvin dress and a Chanel purse, I also dream of one day owning a frock by Tunisian-born fashion designer Azzedine Alaïa. I’ve read all about how his clothes flatter the female body like nothing else…

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In case you haven’t noticed, people act differently when it’s oppressively hot. As the sweat starts to stream down your neck, your patience dries up. Tempers flare…

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I recently read two different articles one right after the other, and Frank Lloyd Wright happened to be mentioned in both…

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Here’s my final post about the Gaultier exhibition in San Francisco…These are the looks that captured my imagination the most.

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A few of the kookier looks from “The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier” exhibition…

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Flesh-toned frocks from “The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier” exhibition…

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Have you ever been to the de Young Museum in San Francisco? Before this trip, I had not. Boy, was I missing out. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning firm Herzog & de Meuron, the structure itself is spectacular…

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SFMOMA served up a handful of visual treats for me to take in—the relaxing rooftop garden, the jaw-dropping Mark Bradford exhibition. I also enjoyed seeing some unexpected linear patterns in its physical space…

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During this trip, I visited the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art for the very first time. The rooftop garden was one of the best parts…

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I’ve been out here on the West Coast attending Apple’s WWDC conference for the past week. (Lucky me!) I last visited San Francisco more than twenty years ago and had somehow forgotten just how amazing it is…