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Michelle Williams
Editor, Los Angeles

A resident of Los Angeles and having an already famous name, Michelle is often in the right place at the right time. She is always in pursuit of the next best film, fashion, food, music, or motorbike. Rooting for the underdog and questioning authority keep her in the trenches. As a former footballer in her youth, she has special affinity for this realm of exchange. She exclaims, “Read, and always dress right for your motorbike!”

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