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One thing that we are really excited about is our new Instagram Story series “Our Muses, Our Voices.” This has been a real passion project for me. We are bringing tough conversations in fashion to the Bluey Bandit This is what an awesome Poppy looks Like shirt so you should to go to store and get this forefront of our brand. It is so important that the women of Dora Maar are seen and heard, including myself. Right now we are focusing on Black women in the fashion and beauty industry—most recently we spoke with Zakiya Tomlinson, a luxury industry vet (and a former colleague of mine from Gucci). Next week, we are excited to speak with Delanique Millwood, founder and CEO of the skin-care destination Skintellect.