In an excerpt from David Yi's new book, "Pretty Boys," the author explores the historic and cultural significance of the Korean superstars and their approach to self-love and self-expression.
"I wish the beauty industry would stop colonizing and instead, use its power and influence to support Asian people and businesses."
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Touted as 'the year's most important influencer brand,' a new, mysterious label is using makeup as a tool to vote Trump out of the White House.
David Yi is entering uncharted territory with a little help from a team of teen consultants.
In our sixth episode of Haute Cuisine we went to the land of sunshine, palm trees, and juice bars--Los Angeles!--to get together with our friend, Christos Garkinos. If you didn't know already, Garkinos is co-owner of the legendary Decades consignment boutique and also the star of the Bravo's new show Dukes of Melrose. Watch as we cook up some mouth-watering Greek treats like spanakopita and some juicy lamb chops while talking about all things LA, reality shows, and fashion! Tasty--trust us!
It started out as a big idea: We'd have Fashionista contributor and Haute Cuisine host David Yi dress up exactly like Bryanboy (we're talking head-to-toe) and then attend a New York Fashion Week show along with him. And then, with cameras rolling, we'd see what happened. People already mistook Yi as the renowned fashion blogger. "I remember one year an editor sitting next to me at Peter Som noticed my then-bleach blonde hair and said, verbatim, 'Bryanboy, your fans are going to go crazy because of your new hair.'" Yi said. To which he replied, "Uh, racist." Anyway, we thought we'd have a little fun with that. Watch what happened!
It's time to grab your food processor and your favorite fashion glossy, and head into the kitchen--the second episode of our new fashion cooking show, Haute Cuisine, is here! In episode one we made lobster rolls and salty sweet cookies with Joe Zee and Rob Younkers--this time we're getting raw with designer Kimberly Ovitz, who shows us how to make her spicy gazpacho. And speaking of spicy, she tells us all about that time she had to write an apology letter to Karl Lagerfeld and what it was like designing Lindsay Lohan's courtroom dress. Click through for all the shenanigans, plus the recipe (it actually looks really good!).