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Blac Chyna wants her outer self to resemble the new person she is inside. 

The 35-year-old has seemingly been revamping her life, opting to undo most of her cosmetic procedures, such as getting butt and breast reductions and dissolving her facial fillers. The decision to change her entire life came when she realized she was attracting the wrong people and she began by bringing back her real name, Angela White. 

Blac Chyna Was Lumped In An Unfavorable Category Due To Her Tattoos, Piercings, & Surgeries

White has opened up about the type of choices she was making, claiming that they did reflect who she actually is. She addressed the issue during an exclusive interview with ET, stating:

“You have to think about it like this… I could look at you and make any assumption right until you start speaking to me. So my thing is before you even start talking to me or give me a chance I want you to see, ‘OK this is a well-rounded woman.’”

Continuing, the mother-of-two explained that her fake derrière and plastic bosom placed her in “this category when that’s really not who I am internally.” Talking about why she initially underwent the procedures alongside getting multiple tattoos and piercings, the “Monster” music video vixen admitted that it “was always something to set a trend” for her.

Blac Chyna at the 54th Annual NAACP Image Awards
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“Even from my cheek piercings that I had, all the girls went and got that. I used to have the super low bangs, all the girls loved that. The tattoos and this and that and it’s like one of those things to where it’s like, ‘Hey, look at me.’ Once you get to that ‘Hey look at me’ point it’s like, ‘What then?,’” she blacchyna-says-her-cosmetic-surgeries-didnt-represent-who-she-was-internally-exclusive-209892″expressed.

Even though she acknowledged the

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Summer is nearly over, but it’s not quite autumn, making the weather even more unpredictable than usual. 

Putting your style in neutral will have you moving up a gear in transitional dressing. Going vanilla doesn’t have to be boring. 

In fact, keeping your style on the down low will have everyone talking – for all the right reasons.

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Step out in this weather-appropriate fit from Oxendales
Step out in this weather-appropriate fit from Oxendales

Keep it simple with neutral wardrobe staples for a flawless end-of-summer look, as seen at Oxendales.

Wrap Midi Dress in Olive, €89.95, Pretty Lavish
Wrap Midi Dress in Olive, €89.95, Pretty Lavish

Olive Branch: Make the transition to autumn wear easy with a lightweight midi knit dress, €89.95, Pretty Lavish.

Soul Sister Necklace, €59, Little Light
Soul Sister Necklace, €59, Little Light


#ieloves – Full Circle:
A simple yet elegant piece of jewellery will finish off any seasonal look, €59, Little Light.

White Print Shirt, €148.40, Naya available at stockists nationwide
White Print Shirt, €148.40, Naya available at stockists nationwide

Artist’s Way: Let a little artistic license elevate the staple white shirt, €148.40, Naya.

Oatmeal Linen Waistcoat, €29.95, Zara
Oatmeal Linen Waistcoat, €29.95, Zara

Rolled Oats: Go minimal for maximum wear with the hero piece of the season, €29.95, Zara.

Black Satin Midi Skirt, €33.99, New Look
Black Satin Midi Skirt, €33.99, New Look


Pocket-Friendly – Black Out:
Slip into autumnal style in a trend-worthy black satin midi skirt, €33.99, New Look.

Cropped Mac, €45, Penneys
Cropped Mac, €45, Penneys

Return Of The Mac: Make it cropped for a contemporary take on the classic mac, €45, Penneys.

Grey Chino Trousers, €59, Weekday
Grey Chino Trousers, €59, Weekday

Comfort Zone: Ease into wearing trousers again in a slouchy fit chino, €59, Weekday.

White Trainers, €150, Veja
White Trainers, €150, Veja

Walk This Way: Stroll into autumn in the fashion pack’s favourite trainer, €150, Veja.

Striped Polo Collar Sweater, €69.95, Massimo Dutti
Striped Polo Collar Sweater, €69.95, Massimo Dutti

One Liner: Stave off that end-of-summer chill in a loose-fitting polo sweater, €69.95, Massimo Dutti.

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I first came across one of Eunnam Hong’s oil paintings on Instagram: two female figures standing inside an empty room, dressed in matching polos tucked into pleated khakis with easy leather pumps on their feet, one in all black and the other in all white. Their hair is blonde—almost white. Their skin is also white but not exactly skin-color white. It’s marble-statue white. Canvas white. An empty-page white. The figures are incredibly stylish but mysterious. I immediately needed to fill in the space between them—they felt both familiar and alien at once. More importantly I need to know who created them.

“I was really into this idea of doing a fictional thing that blends with some of my realities,” Hong told me on a recent morning in the Park Slope apartment that doubles as her studio. “I wanted to counterfeit an Asian American woman character.” We were sitting in her bedroom, the nine oil paintings that would comprise her upcoming show at Lubov—her first solo show in New York City—placed on the walls and the floor around us.

A former art director who worked in fashion magazines and ad campaigns in her native Korea, Hong studied at the prestigious Seoul Institute of the Arts. “As a child I really wanted to be an artist, but my parents didn’t like the idea,” she recalls. “At the same time, the idea of going to art school was scary—like, you learn art through this academic course, and then what happens after that? It was a question that nobody really answered. So I studied graphic design.” After graduation she found work with a small agency that allowed her to travel around the world and collaborate with some of the biggest names in the fashion industry, including Edward Enninful. “I spent all

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