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Music Issue Special: Cassie

Since her mystical voice captured the attention of P. Diddy, Cassie has produced such hits as “Me & U” and “King of Hearts.” Her catchy beats and simple lyrics have earned her a large following among DJs, who remix her tracks. The former Abercrombie & Fitch model has spent almost four years working on her second album, which will be released this winter.

Cassie’s bold style, which she describes as “ever evolving,” is full of swag and sparkle. Here’s what she had to say….

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Her Favorite Accessory

“My gold Rolex, I bought it and had it redone for me. The diamonds are on the bezel and the face is pearl-ish blue, it’s a timeless piece. I wear it with everything – I wear it with a gown, I wear it with a t-shirt.”

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Stage Gear

“I usually like performing in sneakers. I wore these gold glitter high tops from Jimmy Choo, they’re just sparkly and dope.”

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Her Latest Favorite Designer

“Jeremy Scott. I am wearing so much Jeremy Scott, it’s so funky. They have this orange Adidas jacket but it has cut outs so you can see this black bra thing underneath and reflectors in it – it’s funky, it’s my personality. And his sneakers with wings.”

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