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    Lindsay Adler Photography ...@Sandra Perez , check out this crazy makeup! what do you think that is...rock salt maybe?
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  • Visual Inspiration Day #12
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    We have been posting various photographs & graphics for your inspiration, captured by famous talented photographers and artists around the world. This is the
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    Writing, Articles, Letters и другие вещи, аксессуары и тренды. Посмотри 4 образы с этой вещью.
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    Taylor in Sass & Bide--Taking on the caged and geometric trend, singer Taylor Swift attended the Deutscher Radiopreis 2014 event on September 4th in Ha
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  • Step and Repeat
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  • Step and Repeat
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    From London gloves (worn as turtleneck), fingerless gloves, and tights; LaCrasia Gloves gloves (underneath); David Webb fly and grasshopper brooches; Van Cleef & Arpels dragonfly brooch; John Hardy ring; Red Valentino bag; Edmundo Castillo sandals. Ports 1961 shirt and skirt; Strathcona socks (worn as turtleneck and on arms); Wendy Yue necklace and cuff; Dior Fine Jewelry ring; Look From London fingerless gloves; Gaspar Gloves by Dorothy Gaspar gloves (underneath); Celeste Stein tights; Pierre Hardy pumps. Fendi dress; Hansel from Basel stockings (worn as turtleneck); Strathcona socks (worn on arms); (right hand) M.C.L. by Matthew Campbell Laurenza cuff, Wendy Yue ring; (left hand) Tiffany & Co. bracelet, David Yurman ring; Look From London fingerless gloves; Gaspar Gloves by Dorothy Gaspar gloves (underneath); Celeste Stein tights; Pierre Hardy sandals.
  • Da Vinci Text Wood Mounted Stamp by Classic Stampington Company
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    Classic Stampington & Company, The da Vinci Collection, Da Vinci Text, Approx. 3 1/2 x 3 1/2", Wood-mounted Stampington & Company unveils magnificent old world designs from the works of Leonardo da Vinci. Reflecting the diversity of one of history's most prolific artists, the collection offers images of architecture, animals, the human form, nature studies and six hauntingly beautiful women. The da Vinci Collection offers a rich layer of history and opulence to your art. Image copyright 2001 Stampington & Company
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  • Step and Repeat
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    From London gloves (worn as turtleneck), fingerless gloves, and tights; LaCrasia Gloves gloves (underneath); David Webb fly and grasshopper brooches; Van Cleef & Arpels dragonfly brooch; John Hardy ring; Red Valentino bag; Edmundo Castillo sandals. Ports 1961 shirt and skirt; Strathcona socks (worn as turtleneck and on arms); Wendy Yue necklace and cuff; Dior Fine Jewelry ring; Look From London fingerless gloves; Gaspar Gloves by Dorothy Gaspar gloves (underneath); Celeste Stein tights; Pierre Hardy pumps. Fendi dress; Hansel from Basel stockings (worn as turtleneck); Strathcona socks (worn on arms); (right hand) M.C.L. by Matthew Campbell Laurenza cuff, Wendy Yue ring; (left hand) Tiffany & Co. bracelet, David Yurman ring; Look From London fingerless gloves; Gaspar Gloves by Dorothy Gaspar gloves (underneath); Celeste Stein tights; Pierre Hardy sandals.
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  • Fall's Best in Shoe
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    The runways were rife with a clever mix of boots, sandals and brogues—consider it fashion's answer to manic weather. Take a seasonless approach and shop the best in fall shoes.
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  • Try This 6 Chic Ways to Dip a Toe Into This Fall's Camouflage Trend
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    You might be surprised to hear that for someone who's worked in fashion for more than a decade, my wardrobe is, overall, pretty staid—I wear lots of black and navy, own many striped dresses, and, in the winter, I live in a daily uniform that goes something like this: black dress, black tights, black boots. So boring, no? Ha ha. I've seen thousands of trends come and go, and while I'll dabble here and there, the truth is, my sartorial attention span is way too short to seriously invest too much energy in adopting any given season's hottest print, It color, or quirky silhouette. Until now. This fall, camouflage is everywhere—and I can't resist trying it out! Here's what I love about the camo trend: 1. Camo is forever. Military embellishments—like giant gold buttons and epaulettes—come and go, but army green and camouflage coats have been in and out of fashion pretty regularly (or, um, every fall) for at least the last 10-ish years. So, hey, I think it's time we started calling camo a classic. 2. I really like green. It's a neutral color that sort of goes with everything—well, at least everything black and navy in my
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