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Maile, Studly in Studs

Fashion Breakdown: Dress by Temperley London, shoes are Vintage Miu Miu ("I love these shoes!"), bag is vintage Chanel, and earrings are by Goriana.
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Name: Maile Rodriguez Gamez
Occupation: Partner, Communications Director at the Workshop


do you describe your style? A little bit boho, a little bit rock and roll, a

little bit glam. My motto with fashion (and life in general) is less is more.

is your favorite designer (past or present)? Chanel

won't you wear? High-waisted jeans

your bag - what's the story behind it? My parents gave it to me in high school

as a gift. It's a classic Chanel bag. I never wore it in high school b/c I was

stupid and thought I was too cool for Chanel. Now I wear it all the time.

Spotted at the South Beach Food & Wine After Party

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