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Anya Belomoina

Emma Bleck, sophomore

“I feel like my siblings really inspire [my style] and my family in general. Because my family always inspired artistic sides and supported all the arts — even though they knew my sister and I were STEM people — they always supported doing art and dance and that kind of thing. And they all have their own style, so they kind of inspired me to have my own … I think [fashion] is something that’s important to me because I feel like I define myself and the more artistic side of myself, so it is important to me, but at the same time, it’s not like it takes me hours to get dressed … Most of [how I dress] is setting myself apart from other people. I feel like a lot of times, people will ask me, ‘how do you do it? How do you wear stuff like that?’ And I don’t know, I just do it … When I was in middle school, I was making terrible decisions about fashion, so by the time that I’m a sophomore now, I’ve established [my style] more.”

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