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Valeri, Sleek Like a Snake

Fashion Breakdown: Earrings Hope Fashion in Wynwood, top J. Crew, belt vintage snake, bag miu miu water snake, shoes reptile skin Balenciaga, skirt BCBG, bracelet bought in Colombia S.A., nails by essie called Hot Pants, and hair by Sheenon Olson at Oribe Salon.
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Name: Valerie Graves
Occupation: Founder of Legacy

Luxury Marketing + Branding Studio
Originally from? Panama, but I've lived in Miami for years
In Miami, where do you like to visit?  Anywhere in midtown or the Design District. I

love Mai Tardi, Sugarcane and all of that there. But I also love

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