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“Through the years, we've been so lucky to have worked and collaborated with many amazing people in both the fashion and art and design worlds, these people are the ones that we always most admire and inspire us greatly including working with Zaha Hadid on several projects, Marina Abramović, Los Carpenteros, Chrome Hearts, the Sean Kelly Gallery, Kehinde Whiley, Todd Selby, Erin Wasson." http://www.thecoveteur.com/erika-cohen-alchemist-miami/

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Irene Chung

“The best piece of advice I’ve gotten is, if you’re going to do it, strive to be the best and surround yourself with people who challenge and inspire you.”

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Casey Fremont Crowe

"[The advice I'd give to anyone who wants to start a career in the art industry is] intern! I’m proof that internships open doors. It’s a great way to meet people, make relationships, and prove that you’re invaluable."

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Miju Bijou

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Alessandra Lanvin

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Bobbi Brown

"The peace sign [is the emoji that best describes me]. People who know me will know why."

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Romantically Bohemian Lookbooks : Free People March

Romantically Bohemian Lookbooks - The Free People March 2014 Lookbook is Sweet and Free-Spirited (GALLERY)

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Erika Cohen

“There are no rules when it comes to fashion. I love to see people embrace their own personal style and not go with the seasonal trends.”

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Ieva Leguna Models for Free People November Lookbook

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"Linger A Little Longer" Table by Jay Watson, uses a thermochromic finish to respond to the heat of objects and people, bringing to light the impact of the user on his furniture. #gadgets