365inloveclothing – Cat love the cure paris France november 28 22 poster shirt

This is our best seller for a reason. Relaxed, tailored and ultra-comfortable, you’ll love the way you look in this durable, reliable classic 100% pre-shrunk cotton (heather gray color is 90% cotton/10% polyester, light heather gray is 98% cotton/2% polyester, heather black is 50% cotton/50% polyester) | Fabric Weight: 5.0 oz (mid-weight) Tip: Buying 2 products or more at the same time will save you quite a lot on shipping fees. You can gift it for mom dad papa mommy daddy mama boyfriend girlfriend grandpa grandma grandfather grandmother husband wife family teacher Its also casual enough to wear for working out shopping running jogging hiking biking or hanging out with friends Unique design personalized design for Valentines day St Patricks day Mothers day Fathers day Birthday More info 53 oz ? pre-shrunk cotton Double-needle stitched neckline bottom hem and sleeves Quarter turned Seven-eighths inch seamless collar Shoulder-to-shoulder taping

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017 008Diamond Shot Studio LLCRaw denim also makes a surprising appearance in tailored separates—like a pair of flat-front trousers and a car coat reminiscent of the ’90s—in just the right amount for an adult woman to be charmed and make them her uniform. Ditto the duchesse silk. “It reminds me of Prada in the ’90s,” she says. She worked there when she was a student; her time at the Italian brand also inspired the fantastic chunky merino-wool sweaters. “They last forever, which was the idea, actually, of the whole collection,” De Piante explains. “It’s that feeling of , I wish my mother had kept most of her cool vintage clothing, but she didn’t keep anything. I’m sure that some of it would’ve looked like this.”

Cat love the cure paris France november 28 22 poster shirt

The run-up to the fifth season of The Crown was colored by controversy: royal-adjacents from Dame Judi Dench to Princess Diana’s brother, Earl Charles Spencer, critiqued the Netflix drama for taking creative liberties with real-life tumult, potentially muddling fact and fiction. This season includes the spectacular collapse of Princess Diana and Prince Charles’s marriage, as well as Martin Bashir’s manipulation of the princess into that infamous 1995 BBC interview . But there is at least one royal who should be thrilled with his portrayal: King—formerly Prince—Charles. Conveniently timed to the new monarch’s real-life ascension to the throne, season five of The Crown is a 10-episode love letter to the ex-Prince of Wales. Not only is ’90s-era Prince Charles played by a strikingly beautiful Dominic West quite the glow-up, even for Hollywood , but he’s also recast as an underrated royal rock star. In direct contrast with the sometimes-dour real-life former heir who has struggled to capture the hearts of his country and escape from the shadows of The Queen and Princess Diana, The Crown reimagines Prince Charles as a charismatic, progressive thinker pushing for change but trapped by the staleness of his family’s Old Guard—most notably, that of his “mummy,” the Queen the exquisite Imelda Staunton .

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“Initially I had thought, I’m going to take that beautiful embroidery from Jordan, and I will make, I don’t know, beach cover-ups and blouses,” she said at a preview appointment inside the expansive West Village town house she shares with her husband, children, and two lovable dogs. De Piante had initially started toying with the idea of launching a label three years ago. “That paused, obviously, and I’m glad it did get paused because it gave me time to reflect and really think about what I wanted to do with it,” she explains. “And I really thought about it, and I was like, I don’t really wear any of that stuff. That’s not who I am.” Friends encouraged her to explore her own point of view. De Piante’s own point of view has been influenced by a global upbringing. “I grew up in the Middle East, in Bahrain. My mother was from Argentina, my father’s Italian, so I have a very strong pull towards Argentina,” she says. After university in England, she took a job in media sales. “I lived literally out of a suitcase for 10 months of a year,” the designer recalls. “Nigeria, the Dominican Republic, Egypt, Lebanon—literally all over the world.” After she got married she lived in London, then Switzerland, eventually settling in New York. There is a sense that she is exploring the concept of home through her clothes—living out of a suitcase will likely do that to you. How do I tell this story? she remembers asking herself. “So I took my favorite fabrics, my favorite yarns, my favorite silhouettes, and the important people in my life and started from there .” Her collection, launching today, consists of strong tailoring and great knitwear, almost all named after or inspired by her loved ones and made in Italy except for some hand-knit pieces done in Brooklyn . The aforementioned embroidered jacket is an obvious nod to growing up in the Middle East. Another centerpiece of De Piante’s aesthetic is an 18th-century poncho worn by the Argentine police, which was a gift from the same friend who encouraged her to launch her own label: “It’s made from horsehair, and it weighed a ton.” For her collection, she produced it in wool; it has a long turtleneck with a three-button detail to the side. “I did it because it was symbolic, and it meant something to me,” she adds. She describes an oversized double-breasted wool coat with a gently curved sleeve as feeling like “my grandfather took his coat off and put it around my shoulders.”

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