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Grace Jones (Not That One) in Gold Boots and Button Dress

Fashion Breakdown: Dress from Recycled Blues (ages ago), Wild Pair (1990s) boots, mothers vintage jacket and earrings, bag thrift Flamingo, YSL Le Rouge Lipstick, and hair cut by Bianca D'an at Control.
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Name: Grace Jones

Occupation: Dancer, performer, model, vibe setter
Describe your style:

My influence for style comes from decades before my time mainly the

1920s and 1970s. I dress how I feel for that particular day. Try not to

plan my threads until I am ready to make moves. But I do try and dress

for the weather.
What clubs do you like at the moment? Definitely Vagabond. The sound system is sick. It's also a place where I feel free to be me.
Who is your favorite DJ?

Tough one. In no particular order, Ray Milian, Juan Basshead, and Mike

Deuce. They all have impecable taste in the music they spin.

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