About Ajiri Aki

Ajiri grew up in Austin, Texas and lived in New York City for 10 years. She worked in the fashion and museum worlds as an editor, stylist, research intern and associate curator at several fashion magazines, The Costume Institute of The Met, and the Museum of the City of New York. Recently she co-authored her first book, Where's Karl?, about the whereabouts of Karl Lagerfeld that became a NY Times best seller.

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  1. I really wish I could get the article in english since I am in America and speak absolutely no french. ( with the exception of yes and no, and hello and goodbye) However I too suffer with allergies and food intolerances . Moving from a southern hot humid state to a dry sunny west coast hot state is and was a transition.
    Really would like to hear more on this subject .

    • Hi Barbara,
      I believe Doctor Mussi fine tuned his food intolerences knowledge in California. The practice of testing for intolerences via a blood test is more acceptable in the Americas. (at least it is in Canada). The test I did was called ImuPro. Find a great naturopath or nutritionist where you are living and I’m certain they will be able to guide you in the best direction.

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