Quinoa says you don't really know someone until you've sat in their drawers and worn their accessories.
Quinoa's not just imaginary, she's open to interpretation. "She is very intentionally ambiguous and I love that about it," Tiffany said. "To me, it’s more about the personality and the character rather than any one look. That’s been fun. To me, it’s a little abstract because it is all these different girls of all these different ages and all these different ethnicities." That's just a part of the brilliance that is Quinoa.
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Source: Lee Clower
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