Issue 1: Transition

Published January 2010

Ideas, cities, people remain motionless, if only for a moment's time. In our premiere issue, we explored the faces and places dedicated to bettering themselves and the environments in which they live.



Spring Awakening

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[sidebar] Photo by Harold Julian Hair by Ryan Camacho Makeup by Dulce Felipe Model: Erica Miguel [/sidebar] Just stumbled on this fashion editorial from our first issue, "TRANSITION," shot by Harold Julian. Was once again amazed at the beauty of his work!

HI2059

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The future of Honolulu's design is up for grabs. A collective of Honolulu creatives think 50 years into the future, and show us what they see.

NYC Transplants

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It's a city that never sleeps and dreams big. It is, undoubtedly, the cultural capitol of the world: New York City.

Handcrafted Artisan

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Misa Jewelry's imperfect, fluid and organic designs are true examples of craftsmanship. No matter what your style is - from Bohemian to street, Misa's jewelry can be paired to create the perfect outfit.

Yoza

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Yoza's melodic addiction is painted all over her body, and she is quick to admit it, "Every tattoo I have on me is music," she says. "It's the thing I'm most passionate about."

GRN Apple Tree

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"GRN Apple Tree is about being conscious and organic. It's about nourishing something and watching it grow."

Sri Lanka, A Country in Transition

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Our bus ride began in Colombo, Sri Lanka's capital city. I am slightly on edge, especially since Colombo is often the site of terrorist bombings. I keep an eye out for Tamil Tigers, guerilla soldiers listed by the EU and the US as a terrorist organization, but I am told that if I see one, I won't live to tell about it.

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