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20-02-2004
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Hardcore Dior Wallet $310.00 (a lil over your budge)


Louis Vuitton Change Purse $200.00


LV Round Coin Purse $150.00

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I really like some of those

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Quote:
Originally posted by Missy44x@Feb 20th, 2004 - 8:00 am

Looks like it could be part of the Marc Jacobs/Sofia Copolla stuff. no?

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Hey Luna I got my hands on Luckys January copy and I saw the franco sarto bag...too bad I cant find it to buy.. I want the one without the rainbow stripes (which I see a lot here in nyc) but am not sure if he is the maker of that one as well.... but anyhow thanks again

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Hm I'm generally not a Coach fan, but I find that with those wallets with that little clasp/clip is that after awhile, they start wearing into the leather. I was looking for a wallet as a gift for someone and thought those were rather cute, but the leather was rather worn out from the clip and it just didn't look very attractive...and I noticed that on all of the wallets I saw with that kind of clip

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I have a few coach bags and havent noticed that...but what I suggest is buying the fabric wallets rather then the leather.

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Quote:
Originally posted by Missy44x@Feb 20th, 2004 - 3:35 pm
I have a few coach bags and havent noticed that...but what I suggest is buying the fabric wallets rather then the leather.
they're on the wallets

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there's one at shoplastyle.com

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I dont know the prices but these Furla ones are great.








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yeah i agree....houndstooth or dogstooth print. Not too fond of that shape hat though.

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I love this scarf its so unique.
Has anyone seen it anywhere? Is it designer?

Heres a couple pictures...



Heres a couple better close ups...


http://editorial.gettyimages.com/source/CF...4034&print=true

http://editorial.gettyimages.com/source/CF...4036&print=true

If I couldnt find one I wanted to make one because it looks simple but I have no clue how.

Anyways thanks again.

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I think it would be easy enough to make something like that.

I'd buy several spools of inexpensive satin ribbon, cut lengths of it (1 meter would suffice) and lay them all out on the table. Tack them together at intervals with two or three small, tight stitches. I am thinking a sheer nylon beading thread would be best. Leave the last 10-15 cm of the ends free, so they make a nice, long fringe.

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it doesnt even look like ribbon to me. it looks like embroidery thread, lots and lots and lots of it

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THe easiest thing for you to do is get in touch with LIV TYLERS stylist !!!


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Aww it's pretty

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