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Sitting front row Saturday at Alexander Wang’s New York Fashion Week show, the model-actress said the key to moving forward is “keeping her head down” and “listening to her heart.”
Ross, who walked in Wang’s last runway show in September, said her top priority remains her children, 6-year-old Tennyson and 8-year-old Skyla.
These days she’s taking her fashion cues from her daughter, who’s already been bitten by the fashion bug.
“(She’s) the coolest chick I know,” said Ross.
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