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My round-up of Logo-a-Gogo sometime last year, spurred on by a pair of comedy Chanel denim shorts, had one mighty big omission.
“Moving to New York ended up bringing me closer to home. Berkeley ceased to be the city where I lived, and became instead a set of values and memories—a nationality. Suddenly I was Californian, something I’d never been before… How wonderful is it to explain away your peculiarities by attributing them to some faraway place!”
“Trying New Things” submitted by CC, the model and photographer. “As of right now, I’m a cisgender female who’s interested in acting as an ally to those rebelling against the gender binary.
Hanbok, the display explained, is the Korean national costume, which while somewhat antiquated in modern Korea, is still appropriated for everyday use, by many Korean women.