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Mission Possible

Atlantan Ashley Miller of Mission Designs shares her stylish selects for the season.

IN GOOD COMPANY
“After years of philanthropic work, I put my energy into relaunching and rebranding with an arm giving back to organizations that fight human trafficking,” says Ashley Miller of Mission Designs’ charitable side.

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“I love No. 1 for sensitive skin.”

Lustro soothing face oil, $68, at beautycounter.com

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“Essential for the South Florida sun or any vacation are my Barbara Cobb custom sun hats! One is never enough when they have so many great styles and colors. And they [have] partnered with Mission Designs to help stop trafficking.”

Brim hat, $175

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“I should probably be in a support group because I’m impulsive with art. Kim Zimmerman and Jackson Fine Art have fostered this addiction.”

Denial, 2008, price upon request, by Sarah Hobbs at Jackson Fine Art

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“The diamond swallow on a turquoise pendant is a favorite because it is so unique and the perfect hint of color with any outfit. [It] goes from day to night seamlessly with the pearls on leather or the wire-wrapped moonstone.”

Turquoise and diamond bird pendant, $1,085, at missiondesignsco.com

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“My friend and designer Nicole Hanley Mellon [will] open her NYC store this summer. This is one of her beautiful dresses, which I own.”

Red floral maxi sundress, $895, at hanleynyc.us

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After nearly a decadelong hiatus from jewelry design, Atlantan Ashley Miller has relaunched and rebranded her jewelry collection, Mission Designs, to much fanfare. The revamped brand, which includes collaborations with designers such as S. Carter Designs, Twine & Twig, Ginna Dunlap and Barbara Cobb Sunhats, draws inspiration from Miller’s fervent philanthropic work with at-risk and underserved children, and benefits organizations like UNICEF and City of Refuge that fight human trafficking. Here, the design darling dishes on her summer essentials. $150-$2,000