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Miami Social's Maria Lankina at the Surfcomber

Fashion Breakdown: Hat unknown, top and pants by Bumicci, bag by Prada, cuff by Forever21, glasses by Prada, necklace by Q-LINK (cool energy focusing shtick), shoes from a small boutique Coo Cuu, bracelets by Wishbone, and watch Palm Royal.
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Name: Maria Lankina
Occupation: Besides being one of the characters of the reality show Miami Social, Maria is also a fine art photographer and artist.
What influences your style? Me
How's this beautiful Miami event: Beautiful weather, but I'd like to see more people dancing.
Anything coming up in the world of Maria Lankina? Yes,

my partner and I have a great space on 23rd Street here on South Beach

that will be dedicated for art shows. Please check www.art33139.com for

information. It's huge!!

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