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The Costumer's Manifesto Tara & Lorraine Visit Paris in 2001Great Design from the shop windows of stores in Paris

Dresses by de la Ruiz

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Assorted lamps

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a chair

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Maison Bosc, a supplier of Legal and Academic robes since 1845:

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Holy cow! a bridesmaid dress you wouldn't mind wearing:

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A Smart Car (I wish they sold these in the US!)

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