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I’ve had a long-time love affair with Gucci and although I’ve reviewed two other Gucci bags I own (the Bamboo Shopper and Lady Stirrup, I have yet to review my most beloved Gucci bag. Many of you have heard me
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[Editor’s Note: It’s PurseBlog Summer Break, and our writers and editors are taking a few days off before we gear up for fall. This week, we’ll be running both new posts to get you ready for the new season and
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[Editor’s Note: It’s PurseBlog Spring Break, and our writers and editors are taking a few days off before we gear up for fall. This week, we’ll be running both new posts to get you ready for the new season and
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Some beauty products are straightforward. Moisturizer does exactly what it sounds like. So do peels and cleansers. Serums, on the other hand, seem to confuse all but the most dedicated skincare aficionados. Should you use one? When should you use
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Another long week has drawn to a close, and that means it’s time to curl up with a warm computer (or another glowing device) and see what the PurseForum members have been up to this week. We visited Louis Vuitton, Valentino and
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Few models have the career longevity of the perptually gorgeous, seemingly-aging-backward Naomi Campbell. She’s been a fixture in the industry since I was in elementary school, still walks in runway shows with some regularity and is still beloved by fashion
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Anya Hindmarch was one of the first big designers to make novelty handbags a sought-after accessory, and if you’re looking to get your hands on one of her fast-selling designs (or her leather stickers for personalizing your own bags), you’re
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There are two clear winners of this round-up: Fendi and Louis Vuitton. And, interestingly enough, almost every Louis Vuitton bag represented here is one of the brand’s classic logo designs instead of the newer, more subtle styles. Is it possible
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Never got to see this lad in action before he was re called by Charlton but even Michael Ingham in a recent Radio York interview, described him as “different class”. So, can’t see him warming the bench for too long!
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Street art in the city was politically motivated, globalist and rooted in protest, and the ordinary residents, who were watching the city decay around them, loved how it brought colour and imagination back to their streets.Today, an artist will go
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Replica Hermes Belt The movement is a leaderless one and lacks specific goals or agendas, but the main thrust of the protesters’ ire is that corporate greed and a political system beholden to moneyed special interests have created a system
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Hermes Replica That time has come. Over the past three decades, humanity has passed from a state of alarm about nature’s imminent demise to a state of mourning over its death. McKibben asked us to think about what it feels
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