Thoughts on Teen Vogue and Alexi McCammond

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As an Asian American, I have a lot to process and this news about Alexi McCammond isn’t the most important but it is the easiest to write and share with the world. Of course, I’m appalled by the comments she made back in 2011 but if I were a decision-maker in Teen Vogue, I think I would respect her decision to…

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Design and Strategy living in between Manila, Seattle and New York. Writing about design things and things in Design. And sometimes random things.

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Design and Strategy living in between Manila, Seattle and New York. Writing about design things and things in Design. And sometimes random things.

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