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Paper Dolls are so Darling

Posted by Priscila Teixeira on

Just found some pretty fashion creations and want to share with all peeps out there who admire illustration art, specially Paper Dolls. This talented woman, Melissa Jacie offers her creations online with free printable versions, for color and play. They are all darling! If you are a paper doll gal, go check her site out: www.melissajacie.com

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luxboheme published back in 2009

Posted by Priscila Teixeira on

I just found this story local news "Columbus Underground" did on luxboheme back in 2009. Read it here: http://www.columbusunderground.com/first-lux-boheme-bazaar-on-sunday That bazaar over Brioso was super fun! It was a great turnout with tons of people of all ages coming and going open house style. Thanks to all volunteers, friends, customers and guests who came by privileging us! We had a blast!

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talkingfashion of today: History of Bags

Posted by Priscila Teixeira on

Ok... this post will be one of those "in-progress" posting. There is so much to cover here and I will edit as I find the right combination of time and inspiration... Meanwhile I don't want to hold back on what I got.. Let's get started! Louis Aragon said: "She had no more money, and a terrible desire for a handbag" Ha! That sums up a lot of women out there. What an addiction we have for bags! Personally I don't really carry them for daily errands (I know I act like a boy with a wallet in my back jean...

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talkingfashion home office and studio

Posted by Priscila Teixeira on

talkingfashion home office and studio pics     

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talkingfashion of today: Bonnie Boynton Designs

Posted by Priscila Teixeira on

Bonnie Boynton is a high energy enthusiastic belt and sportswear designer, who has created tremendous success around her business. Back in the 70s, while working as a dress designer, she created and sold "stickpins" on the side during every spare moment she had, she was creating and selling them. In February of 1979 she resigned the dress designer position and a month later opened her belt business. At the height of the Western craze, she began designing hand-crafted brass belt buckles. Among the first were buckles in the shape of Texas and in the form of a Texas longhorn steer. Now her...

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