My first love is watercolor, it's the first media that I became proficient at to express the stuff going on in my head in a coherent way. Whenever I see photographs that have a watercolor quality I am mesmerized, I actually start seeing brush strokes and color drips. Okay, I know that sounds crazy.
This Korean fashion spread was photographed by Kim Kyung Soo. It's so beautiful. I also feel a connection to this as a Korean, growing up wearing these traditional Han Bok for Korean holidays. I remember being stared at as a girl in an all caucausian neighborhood. They had never seen anything like it. A few years later, the neighborhood started changing and you started seeing women wearing saris, men in turbans, men practicing tai chi, cheongsam at the market, then I stopped getting stared at.
via automatism via alisabloh