Chris Tsuyuki

Based in Los Angeles, Chris has a yen for travel, a sharp eye for contemporary art and a love for food. Combined degrees in creative writing and merchandise product development lend Chris a unique perspective to contribute to the Style Traveler team. She has previous experience working for WWD and Paper magazine, among others. When not covering cultural happenings across the West Coast, Chris can be found vintage hunting, sipping classic cocktails or watching live bands.

20 posts  |  Last entry Nov 12, 2014


SAN FRANCISCO: Ai WeiWei’s @Large

China's most controversial artist-activist, Ai Weiwei has mounted a multi-disciplinary site-specific exhibition throughout the infamous Alcatraz federal penitentiary.

LOS ANGELES: Dsquared2

The first American flagship for the Italian designers Dean and Dan Caten, known better as Dsquared2, has opened on iconic Rodeo Drive.

CHICAGO: David Bowie is

Making its stateside debut, David Bowie is chronicles the unparalleled career and seminal reinventions of musician, visual artist and fashion icon David Bowie.

LOS ANGELES: Doug Aitken

Los Angeles-based artist Doug Aitken examines the modern landscape in his solo exhibition Still Life at Regen Projects.


Open this week, cult juniors brand Wildfox bows its first flagship in West Hollywood.


Copenhagen-based design agency e-Types' Playtype font foundry is translated into a permanent brick-and-mortar concept store.

LOS ANGELES: Uniqlo Pop-Ups

Uniqlo hits Southern California, rolling out pop-up shops through the summer in anticipation of four Los Angeles and Orange County flagships debuting this fall.


The recently opened West Coast flagship for France's A.P.C. along the changing face of Melrose Place is a testament to the brand's effortlessly cool and pared-down style.

BUENOS AIRES: Richard Long’s Mendoza Walking

British land artist Richard Long's first exhibition in Argentina is now on at the Faena Arts Center, with works inspired by his journeys through the Andes of Mendoza, Argentina.


Now on view at the Hammer Museum and encompassing the entire museum's gallery spaces, is the biennial Made in L.A. exhibition, focused on emerging and unknown artists practicing and creating in the greater Los Angeles area.

SAO PAULO: Forever Now

Gucci Museo's three week long exhibition and boutique pops up in Brazil, just in time for the World Cup.

LOS ANGELES: John Altoon

Opening June 8, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents the first comprehensive retrospective of little known Southern California-based artist John Altoon whose brief but notable career has resonated with artists around the country.