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Michelle Is into Ess and Emm

Fashion Breakdown: Vintage



Shop skirt,


cognac leather purse

, Ralph

Lauren yellow shirt,


grandmother's old sweater,


bow earrings,


opaque tights

, and hair styled by Todd Jameson of Nue Studio in Midtown.
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Name: Micelle Leshem

Where are you originally from? Toronto
How long have you been in Miami? 12 years
Occupation: Co-founder of SuperMarket Creative and Creative Mafia (design, event, and marketing agency)
And adding to that you are part of a DJ duo Ess&Emm?


What would someone hear if you spinning a set?

Nu disco to new wave

Any predictions for 2011?

Lady Gaga will become vegan and opt for a wheat grass ball gown, and Taylor

Swift will clean house at the BET Awards and finally show up Kanye West.

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