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New Formulas

Yesterday I caught up with the Chemistree team and discussed a lot of exciting things to look forward to in the future, but with all good things that are made, there is a better meal that helped fuel the creatives.

The newest Korean Pop Star: Daniel Yoon. You saw it here first.

We set off to ink.sack to visit the newest venture of Mario Voltaggio, aka the winner of Top Chef… but they sold out. In less than 3 hours. Sold out of food. Wut.

Since we were on Melrose, Tomato Pie seemed as the only logical place to eat at instead. A cool, small little joint amongst all the streetwear commotion. The slice pictured above is the Syracuse, aka my future school!

Also decided to take a small business trip down to De La Barracuda and walked in on the beginning work of the pop up shop that’s being built there! Make sure to stay posted with these guys.

Finally ended the excursion at Boba Bear, where the real business is just beginning to go down. Everyone excited about the Chemistree Line is barely ready for what’s to come, not to mention with the good man of The Red Eye Flight. Check them all out and “like” the page too!

– Willy.

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About William Azcona

18 year old Creative. Photography | Cinematography | Music

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