Beauty and the Muse

O.N.E. Mile Detroit’s Zine Launch Party

Posted on: April 16, 2015

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My little sister made the cover of O.N.E. Mile’s first zine!

 

April 11, 2015

The Garage

O.N.E. Mile Project

7615 Oakland Avenue

Detroit, MI

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Me, Jean-Louis (Artist and Editor), and Jannah at the launch party.

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Don’t you just love Tyson’s smile?

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I made my mom pose. lol.

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Some fashionable partygoers.

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Halima and I. We’ll be working together soon.

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My new best friends, Matthew and Allen. We make a style trio.

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Outfit Breakdown:

Turban: Forever 21

Necklace: Deb’s

Undershirt: Regeneration

Shawl jacket:  Burlington Coat Factory

Dress: Wal-Mart

Purse and Sandals: JustFab.com

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