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Fashion Breakdown: Jacket LF; YMI jeans; earrings Betsey Johnson; scarf from Urban Outfitters; jewelry from her mothers closet; brown knit top Wonder Rocket (Japan);  shoes, boots, and purse from somewhere in Harajuku; and pins Paris Kids (Japan).

Name: Melody Amezquita

Occupation: Assistant Stylist at KSC Kreate
Lots of Japan going on in your outfit. Yeah, just traveled after graduation - did lots of shopping.
Did the country influence you? Of course!
What's your favorite nightlife spot in Miami? If Le Baron was permanently in Miami, it would be there and then a bite at Gigi's in Midtown.

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