• cartier love bracelet
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    Cartier love bracelet

    Initially, Cartier love bracelets could only be purchased by couples who were ready to surrender the screwdrivers to one another. This bracelet was introduced by Capullo and Cartier as a symbol of romantic love. To cement this, they introduced it to celebrity couples like Ali MacGraw and Steve McQueen and Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Life according to Capullo is nothing without love even though it has been commercialized. His value for love drove Capullo in turning this simple bracelet into a significant love bracelet to be worthy of a piece of investment for couples and even singles. In 2015, this pricey bracelet was one of the top five resold…

  • nike air max womens
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    Nike Air Max

    Nike Air Max is a line of shoes that was first released by Nike Inc. in 1987. Tinker Hatfield is the person who first designed the shoe while working for Nike as a product designer. Nike Air technology was created and patented by M. Frank Rudy. The women’s Nike Air Max shoes are made with significant emphasis so as to provide excellent comfort to the wearer. These shoes have a great deal of cushioning and on top of that, they are firm and supportive. This has been enabled by Flywire cable technology. It is obvious that Nike understands the importance of having breathable shoes and that’s why they have observed…

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    Grunge aesthetic – Blending the 90s grunge fashion into today’s clothing world

    Grunge fashion has been growing in popularity since the early 1990s and is now hotter than ever. This appreciation of the power of the grunge style is reflected in more than just clothing styles, but also in accessories and hairstyles and interior design trends and in the media. So many current television series and movies are set in the past, and the music scene also reflects several era-based subcultures, from swing to rockabilly. This prevalence in popular media has translated to increased demand by consumers. Great value is placed on owning a piece of the past that can be enjoyed now and will likely outlive new fashion fads that come…

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