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BOX IT  Beautiful and fine stationery deserves the proper packaging. We invested a lot of hours designing this perfect little box so that all our products arrive at your door in pristine condition. We think sometimes in all the planning chaos and stress its nice to get reminded that this is actually all about "YOU ARE GETTING MARRIED TO THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE". We hope you like the little messages on our elmo packaging.  #makersmake #designersdesign #exquisite #weddingdetails #BrideAndGroom…

BOX IT Beautiful and fine stationery deserves the proper packaging. We invested a lot of hours designing this perfect little box so that all our products arrive at your door in pristine condition. We think sometimes in all the planning chaos and stress its nice to get reminded that this is actually all about "YOU ARE GETTING MARRIED TO THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE". We hope you like the little messages on our elmo packaging. #makersmake #designersdesign #exquisite #weddingdetails #BrideAndGroom…

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PRE-FALL PORTRAIT

PRE-FALL PORTRAIT

Marni Spring / Summer 2016

Marni Spring / Summer 2016

Parsons MFA, SS16 RTW NYFW

Parsons MFA Spring 2016 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show

Parsons MFA, SS16 RTW NYFW

Creatures of Comfort Spring 2016 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show | @andwhatelse

Creatures of Comfort Spring 2016 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show

Creatures of Comfort Spring 2016 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show | @andwhatelse

Ignacia Zordan SANTIAGO / PARIS

Ignacia Zordan SANTIAGO / PARIS

Roman owl brooch, Denmark  Danish archaeologists investigating the settlement of Lavegaard on the island of Bornholm have uncovered an unusual and exquisite owl-shaped fibula. The 1.5-by-1.5-inch Roman brooch, which dates to the first through third centuries A.D., was discovered by metal detectorists working with the Bornholm Museum. The bronze owl is inlaid with enamel disks and colored glass, which were used to create the enormous orange-and-black eyes.

Roman owl brooch, Denmark Danish archaeologists investigating the settlement of Lavegaard on the island of Bornholm have uncovered an unusual and exquisite owl-shaped fibula. The 1.5-by-1.5-inch Roman brooch, which dates to the first through third centuries A.D., was discovered by metal detectorists working with the Bornholm Museum. The bronze owl is inlaid with enamel disks and colored glass, which were used to create the enormous orange-and-black eyes.

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