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Mariana: Modern Pin-Up

Fashion Breakdown: Jacket from Forever 21, jumper and shark teeth earrings are both by Rachel Roy, necklace from mothers jewelry box, bag from her mothers closet, shoes from Bakers, tattoos: "Gypsy" is by Jackson Valiente from Kreepy Tikki and the one on her right front thigh is by Santiago who's with Spinello Gallery, and make-up all by Bobbie Brown.
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Name: Mariana Pineda
Occupation: Make Up Artist for Bobbi Brown Cosmetics
Where from? Venezuela
Have you feel about Miami winters?

I wouldn't want to be anywhere else. It's fantastic. One day it's warm

enough to go to the beach and others you can dress up in a 'winter

It's perfect cause my style is versatile. My look changes all the time.
How do you describe your style? It's inspired by classic pin-up but I modernize it with what ever's in fashion. I mix up something modern and something old. 
I noticed you are wearing a lot of Rachel Roy. Any other designers or boutiques you like? Yes. I love BCBG and Dolce Vita Shoes but Rachel Roy is what it's all about right now. Price, style and design.

Spotted at Mamushka Bar

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