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The History and Culture of Black Hair - hellyeahblackmodels: Ashish F/W 2016 - LFW .

All 18 c. ,majority have pointed toes. ALady. A visual guide of shoe styles throughout the 18th century

Century Shoes [ being more familiar with shoe details might translate better to the book cover than clothing details but a decorative book arts book doesn't get the wear a shoe does so I can go for a few more delicate details ]

types of faces, for use to go with suggested necklines and collars so that's how it's tied to fashion design to be here - where's the angular face on this that has a neckline guide for?

You can wear your makeup and hair different ways to flatter your face shape. Here are 15 tips on hair, makeup, sunglasses, glasses and parts for face shapes.

A lamp that can be adjusted to change the direction of light AND it diffuses scent into the room. Scent of Light!

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How to Sew Perfect Corners for Patch Pockets or Pillow Covers | Sew Mama Sew | Outstanding sewing, quilting, and needlework tutorials since 2005.

How to Sew Perfect Corners for Patch Pockets or Pillow Covers (Sew Mama Sew)

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taken from January 2017 + February 2017 tutorial rewards Full version (up to + Step by Step videos ('Drawing Fabrics' total duration: Drawing Fabrics and Ice

Jennifer Mcgurk explores a relationship of two different worlds by connecting them together – nature and manmade structures of the modern day world. Her inspiration draws from a recent trip to New York City. Using materials such as MDF, paper, and brass, Jennifer’s sculptural forms reference an architectural language but with a naturalistic twist!   To see more work simply visit: https://www.facebook.com/JenniferMcGurkDesigns from Studio Wall on FB

Jennifer Mcgurk explores a relationship of two different worlds by connecting them together – nature and manmade structures of the modern day world. Her inspiration draws from a recent trip to New York City. Using materials such as MDF, paper, and brass, Jennifer’s sculptural forms reference an architectural language but with a naturalistic twist! To see more work simply visit: https://www.facebook.com/JenniferMcGurkDesigns from Studio Wall on FB

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