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Shana Muldoon Zappa

Shana Muldoon Zappa is a jewelry designer and writer who was born and raised in Los Angeles. With a background in fashion, an endless imagination, and a passion to inspire positivity through her many artistic endeavors, Shana created Star Darlings. She and her husband, Ahmet Zappa, collaborated on this just in time for their magical little girl and biggest inspiration, Halo Violetta Zappa.
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