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WINNIE LIU | March 15, 2019

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malia mills is an entrepreneurial company specializing in luxury bra-sized swimwear separates and ready to wear -- the essentials to pack your dream suitcase. our brand was launched in new york city in 1993, out of my apartment, while i waitressed at night. we are a sister-owned, independent, self-financed business built with a bootstrapping/DIY spirit. today, we are a small but mighty team of about 35 - we are the house of hell yes at malia mills our team is dedicated to teamwork and pushing each other to be our very best. to foster growth and goodwill we seize each day with warmth and confidence, initiative and attention to detail, collaboration and tons of good chi. we connect and collaborate to wow each other and everyone who walks through our doors to grow our business and the contributions we make to our community.

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