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June 24, 2011

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I love her bags :) Just need to save up to buy one, one day :-p

Black people are also good in fashion runways. They have the creativity to dress fashionable and shows their best.

I love how she uses her ethnicity to her advantage. She shows her heritage through her works.

I love how she uses her ethnicity to her advantage. She shows her heritage through her works.

Now that is art! I wonder what she would do when tasked with restaurants in Norwich.

Her fashion line is brilliant and the way she markets it is genius. Even though she did not venture in experiential marketing, you can see the effect on the number of fans and followers.

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