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Caroline, a Flemish Kitten at WMC

Fashion Breakdown: Jacket from Belgium, bracelet is her mother's, one ring (with gem stone) is from Ghent in Belgium, the other with the pin are from the Antique Market on Lincoln Road, Dior watch, T-shirt from Paris, scarf and tights from Urban Outfitters, boots from Amsterdam, and hair style/cut by Jenny Rey from Prive.
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Name: Caroline Geys
Occupation: Artist
Who influences your style? This is me.
How long have you been doing Winter Music Conference? This is my 13th year.
Take it you like dance music? Yes! Only the good stuff, not the crap.
Originally from? Belgium
How many languages do you speak? Two. Flemish and English.
So you travel a lot? Yes. My family is all in Europe and there's always a good reason to go and visit....and shop.

Spotted at The Betsey Rooftop during WMC 2011.

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