Trump hails judge’s ruling against Obamacare as ‘great’

President Donald Trump on Saturday hailed a court decision against Obamacare as “a great ruling for our country,” while a U.S. government official said the decision by a Texas judge would have no immediate impact on health coverage.


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Disrespectful: Photographer Fakes Having Sex Atop Great Pyramid, People Are Outraged [Video]

There’s a photo going around of two people having sex on top of the Great Pyramid.

Despite the act itself being fake, Egyptian authorities are investigating and people all over the world are outraged by the disrespect.

To be clear — they did scale the pyramid, but they say the sex was simulated.

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It was taken by Danish photographer Andreas Hvid, who did scale the Great Pyramid of Giza outside of Cairo, Egypt in November with a model. He took a video of their stunt, blurring out the model’s face. The video ends with the anonymous woman taking off her top. Other photos show the two posing as if they were having sex.

The images and video immediately sparked outrage. People pointed out that not only is the stunt immensely disrespectful—it’s illegal. As Newsweek reports, Egypt’s antiquities minister Khaled al-Anani said scaling the pyramids is “strictly forbidden,” and the images from Hvid were a “violation of public morality.”

The footage is still being investigated for its authenticity, but Hvid admitted the photo of him having sex on the pyramid isn’t real. They were, per the Guardian, just posing.

Why someone would illegally scale a 460-foot, 4,500-year-old national treasure to pretend to have sex is the most puzzling part of the whole ordeal, and Hvid provided little insight on that aside from describing the “euphoric” feeling he had on top of the pyramid. “We did not have sex and we never had it,” he said.

In response to the video and photos on both Instagram and Facebook, locals are asking the government to ban tourists, and people from across the globe expressed rage toward Hvid’s stunt.

The Danish photographer told tabloid Ekstrabladet he’d been dreaming of climbing the giant structure “for many years,” but was saddened by the negative reaction. “I’m sad that so many people have become so angry,” he said, cluelessly. “But I have also received a positive response from a lot of Egyptians—something I think is worth remembering.”

So far, Hvid and the model have not face any consequences for the stunt, as authorities continue to investigate.

They deserve to face ALL the consequences.

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A new hostel in low-key Les Menuires provides easy access to great ski areas but is more about beanies and live bands than expensive designer gear

In Courchevel 1850, there’s an eight-bedroom chalet that costs €295,000 a week. The price includes two chefs, two butlers and a massage therapist, but not helicopter transfers to the resort’s altiport, ski equipment or lift passes.

Given that kind of excess, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the Trois Vallées, the biggest linked ski area in the world, was an exclusive, mega-rich enclave. Yet here I am in Les Menuires, just two valleys to the east and on the same lift pass, staying in a bunkhouse-hotel hybrid where a dorm bed costs as little as £22 a night.

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10 great pubs, chosen by Santa and other Christmas workers

From a turkey farmer to a choirmaster, we ask the people who help make Christmas special where they go for a festive pint or two

Sarah Mitchell, assistant manager at the Churchill Arms, Britain’s ‘most festive pub’
Every Christmas the Churchill is decorated with loads of Christmas trees and lights. In 2016 we got a lot of media coverage in the UK and abroad, so suddenly everyone was talking about us as the most festive pub in the country. This year we have 95 trees; inside the walls are draped with lights and we play Christmas songs on a loop. I love it, but I think some staff get sick of hearing Mariah Carey 20 times a day. The pub we all head to after work is the Mall Tavern, two minutes away. It’s completely different to the Churchill – we are a cosy, traditional pub with a fire, whereas the Mall is a craft-beer gastropub with 20 beers and ales to choose from. At the moment they have a beer and burger pop-up with a choice of about five burgers.
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MINI-PREP PLUS PROCESSOR Grind or chop ingredients instantly at the touch of a button. Features a 3-cup bowl with handle and auto-reversing SmartPower Blade. – Cuisinart, www.cuisinart.ca

SUPERSTEAM + It’s 3 ovens in one: whether you’re cooking with Superheated steam, regular steam, or convection heating, you can cook anything just the way you want. – Sharp, www.sharp.ca

MICROWAVE DRAWER The microwave drawer allows you to focus on your kitchen’s design and workflow by offering flexible installation options that declutter your counter space. Sharp, www.sharp.ca

CONVECTION MICROWAVE Combination convection and microwave oven gives you the best of both worlds. Convection technology gives you perfect roasting, baking and browning while the microwave provides the speed you desire. – Sharp, www.sharp.ca

SLO-PRO RED COOKER The Thinkkitchen Slo-Pro Red Cooker lets you prepare everything from chili and meat sauces to tender pork and beef roasts without spending hours in the kitchen. Treat your loved ones to an easy, delicious comfort meal perfect for warming up after an evening of caroling! – Stokes, www.stokesstores.com

PURDY’S CHOCOLATES With over 100+ years of excellence behind them, Purdy’s offers a delicious variety of unique treats, traditional favorites and fun gift ideas like this Chocolate Survival Kit. – Purdy’s, www.purdys.com

NOLAA GRANOLAA Organic, gluten-free, vegan, locally sourced granola in great flavors like Choconana and Almonds & Apples makes a delicious and healthy snack. – Nolaa Granolaa, www.nolaagranolaa.ca

PASTA BASKIT Gift baskets like this Pasta Baskit are a thoughtful gift for any foodie who loves to cook and eat! – Baskits, www.baskits.com

LAKEVIEW CELLARS VIDAL ICEWINE Bursting with aromas and rich flavors, pair this delicious dessert wine with any of your holiday treats. Lakeview Wine Co., www.lakeviewwineco.com

WHISKEY BARREL AGED MAPLE SYRUP The complex whisky and barrel notes of this aged maple syrup make it excellent for cocktails, ice cream, cooking and, of course, pancakes. – Kinsip, www.kinsip.ca

JACEK ARTISAN CHOCOLATE Designer couture chocolates are a sweet treat for the gourmet aficionado on your list. – Jacek Chocolate, www.jacekchocolate.com

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Andalusia, or Andalucia as it is known, is an area of Southern Spain that is full of natural beauty. It’s one of the best parts of Spain to visit if you want to experience real Spanish culture. However, it’s also the second largest autonomous community in the whole of Spain, so there’s a lot of places to choose from. To help make deciding a little easier, here are five great cities to visit in Andalusia.

Granada

Found in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Granada is one of the most jaw-dropping cities in the whole of Andalusia. It is renowned for some of the most beautiful medieval buildings and palaces. Known as the Land of a Thousand Castles, you’d be hard pushed to find anywhere else in Spain with such grand architecture. One of the most famous spots to visit is the Alhambra. This stunning building is part palace and part fort, along with being a World Heritage Site. Culture lovers visiting Granada certainly won’t be disappointed.

Seville

The Capital of Andalusia is Seville, but being a capital city is not all this incredible place has going for it. According to mythology, Seville was created 3,000 years ago by Hercules, the Greek God. And it certainly looks as though it has been created by Gods! Yet again, this is the perfect place to soak up the Andalusian culture while being dazzled by the gorgeous sun, pretty much all year round. If you do visit Seville, make sure you check out the Alcazar Fortress, which is yet another World Heritage Site.

Cordoba

Cordoba was an important hub for the Romans thousands of years ago, but it was also an important Islamic Center back in the Middle Ages. Because of this, it has one of the World’s oldest and most dazzling mosques which is thought to date back as far as 784 A.D. Mezquita, as it is known, features stunning archways, Byzantine Mosaics, and a Renaissance style nave which was added when it became a Catholic church in 1236. Once you’re done soaking up the sights, head to one of the best Flamenco museums in Andalusia; Centro Flamenco Fosforito.

Cadiz

Want to be near the sea? Then you can’t get much better than the old port city of Cadiz. Built on a strip of land, just connected to the mainland, you’ll feel as though you’re a million miles away in this city. What used to be home to the Spanish Navy is now the perfect tourist hotspot, filled with over 100 watchtowers to explore. Cadiz is thought to be the oldest inhabited settlement in Europe, having been founded in 1100 BC. If you’re looking for history by the sea, then this is it!

Malaga

If the thought of all this sightseeing has got you running a mile, fear not. There is always Malaga, which is renowned for its luxury all-inclusive hotels, sandy stretches of beach, and plenty of nightlife. If you do want to get a bit of culture in, between beach trips and bar crawls, then you’ll be pleased to know Malaga doesn’t disappoint. There are two beautiful citadels in Malaga, perched atop the hill and looking over the city. Malaga is the perfect mix of culture and party atmosphere.

As you can probably tell, Andalusia is a pretty diverse Spanish region! No matter what type of vacation you’re looking for, you’re bound to find the perfect city in this beautiful part of Spain.

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Three years into his stint hosting The Late Show, Stephen Colbert is finally starting to feel “a little bit like Jon Stewart.”

For a change of pace Tuesday night, CBS aired a pre-taped episode of the late-night show in which the tables were turned as Colbert sat in the guest chair and took questions from friends like Jake Tapper, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Kerry Washington, Charlamagne tha God and most significantly, his former boss at The Daily Show.

Stewart began his interview by asking Colbert, “Who the hell do you think you are?” That prompted the host’s admission that he is beginning to feel like he is able to pick up Stewart’s mantle as the most trusted man in political comedy.

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LG, Huawei, and Samsung all think Flex is a great name for a foldable phone

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Some of the big tech companies leading the way when it comes to foldable phones aren’t exactly flexing their creative muscles when it comes to choosing a name for their novel handsets.

Ok, granted, there are probably only so many naming conventions that accurately convey what you as a consumer are getting when you buy a phone with a bendable screen. Nevertheless, possible names for the first foldable handsets coming out of LG, Huawei, and Samsung have all started to leak out. None of those companies has made a firm decision yet, but it’s interesting that they’re all considering similar names for their devices. Like, really similar.

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The late great author Louis L’Amour lives on in this new book

Louis L’Amour began writing “No Traveller Returns” in 1938. This week, 30 years after the author’s death, the novel — his first — will be published, thanks to his son, Beau L’Amour, who took the unfinished manuscript his father had left behind and wrote the rest of it. It’s part of a larger Louis L’Amour…
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A youthful portrait of British writer Charles Dickens that went missing for 150 years will go on display in London this week after being found covered in mould next to a metal lobster at a market in South Africa.


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4 great places to visit in Scandinavia

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Some of the best things in the world come from Scandinavia. Over there, they write captivating thriller novels and produce addictive TV shows like it’s second nature, and they’re not afraid to think outside of the box. If that wasn’t enough, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden are also home to some of the world’s most captivating scenery. You could never run out of places to visit while on vacation here, but which of them ranks as the very best?

Preikestolen, Norway

We must admit that in order to truly appreciate this place, you have to do a fair bit of walking first. It can take you several hours to mount the steep path leading to Preikestolen, but it’s well worth the effort. Once you reach the top, you’re gifted with a photographer’s dream location. Crystal clear water and sloping mountains stretch around you as far as the eye can see, giving you views you can’t help but admire. Thankfully, with Preikestolen growing in popularity, work is being done to improve the path to the top. So, whether you’re someone who loves Base jumping or you just want to take a pretty picture, a trip here is highly recommended.

Råbjerg Mile, Denmark

If you thought you had to visit the Sahara to see the desert, think again. Although the Råbjerg Mile might not be quite the same, it offers you the closest experience you’ll find without the overbearing heat. It’s a coastal dune that regularly migrates, sometimes reaching heights of over 130 feet. Imagine encountering that during a stroll along the beach. The sands move around so much that you’re sure to see something new every time you visit. Just be prepared for all the walking to take it out of you.

Ice Hotel, Sweden

If you’re going to visit Scandinavia, you have to be prepared to face the cold. In fact, you might as well embrace it, because these countries aren’t exactly known for being warm. With that in mind, you ought to consider booking a night or two at the Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden. The establishment offers seventy luxury suites all crafted from locally-sourced ice blocks. You’ll be amazed at what the sculptors achieve here year after year, especially in such chilly conditions. Plus, if you’re looking for peace and quiet, the Icehotel is set some miles away from civilization, allowing you to enjoy a relaxing break from the world.

Koli National Park, Finland

Although Denmark, Norway, and Sweden are generally considered the main Scandinavian countries, Finland and Iceland are also included in there sometimes too. We don’t see why they shouldn’t be, especially when they offer wonders like this. Koli National Park has some of the best hiking opportunities you’ll ever find, from the route up Ukko-Koli Hill to the trail leading to Paha-Koli Hill. Aspiring and professional photographers alike will be blown away by the views on these walks, especially once they reach the summit. Scandinavia definitely doesn’t disappoint with its scenery, and Koli National Park proves why.

Pack your hiking boots and camera because Scandinavia is calling and there’s a lot it wants you to see.

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November’s grey skies call for cuddling up under piles of blankets and watching hours of TV. (Don’t argue — you know we’re right.) Get the most out of your hibernation by investing in a new 4K TV. Of course, we’d never expect you to pay full price for it (or anything) so here are the best deals on 4K smart TVs from top retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy. If you’re looking to upgrade, now is your chance to save on 4K TVs from Sony, Samsung, LG, VIZIO, and more.

There are a number of deals on 4K TVs that are 40+ inches, including Samsung’s 49-inch Q6F Series 4K UHD TV, which is priced at $ 699.99, while RCA’s 43-inch Class 4K LED TV is on sale for just $ 199.99. Read more…

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Apple’s New Models Are Here. That Means You’ll Get Great Deals on Used Ones

It’s the second most wonderful time of the year: new iPad and MacBook season! (The first obviously being new iPhone season.)

Since Apple unveiled the iPhone XS and iPhone XR in September, we’ve been waiting with bated breath for the next generation of iPad Pro, MacBook Air and Mac Mini.

Well, that day has come, and it means one thing to Penny Hoarders: deals on gently used and refurbished Apple products.

That’s right. Those of us who don’t care about having the latest and greatest tech can catch some great deals on upgrading our slow-as-molasses MacBooks and first-generation iPad Bricks.

How to Find Deals on Used Apple Laptops, iPads and More

But before you buy the first MacBook you find in an unmarked van, there are some simple but important steps you need to follow if you want to avoid the duds and get yourself a deal.

1. Know Where to Look

New Apple products are never cheap, so most people will try to sell their old models on sites like Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist or OfferUp, because it’s where they can make the most money.

If you meet a seller one-on-one, always meet in a public place, like a police station or Starbucks. You should feel safe, and there should be other people around.

You can find deals at pawn shops or online trade-in shops like Gazelle. If you want to buy from Apple, you’ll start to notice newer models on its “certified refurbished” page. As of this writing, you can find refurbished MacBook Air models made as recently as June 2017.

2. Research the Product You Want

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There’s no store associate to guide your Craigslist journey. You’ll need to do your own research on what you want, what you don’t need and what’s a fair price for it.

There are some great guides online that can help you decide between Apple’s lineup of MacBooks, iPads, Apple Watches, etc.

Ultimately, you’ll probably have to be a little flexible on your desired specs if you want the best deal. But who knows, you could get lucky.

3. Test It Out

This is the single most important part of buying used or refurbished Apple products. On sites like Facebook Marketplace, you should always try before you buy. If you’re buying online, always get a warranty and try all these features ASAP:

  • Turn the device on and off.
  • Test the camera.
  • Test the sound.
  • Test internet connectivity and browsing.
  • Test the ports with a USB drive, headphones, etc.
  • Check out the tightness of the hinge.

You’ll also want to make sure the model and specs listed are accurate by checking the serial number on the product.

4. Make a Call (or Two)

Give Apple a call to see if the product you’re buying is refurbished or has been reported stolen. You’ll find suggestions online to call Apple store customer service at 800-676-2775 to find out if your product is refurbished.

When I tried it with a laptop I purchased recently, the customer service representative couldn’t answer my question, but he was able to talk to someone who could confirm my laptop wasn’t refurbished. So be persistent, even if the first person you talk to doesn’t know what you want.

You may also want to call the local police station to make sure the serial number doesn’t match with an item that’s been reported stolen.

5. Make Sure the Product Is Restored and Removed From Account

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Once you’ve decided you want to buy the product, it’s your responsibility to make sure the product is restored to factory settings.

If you’re purchasing an iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch or even an iPod Touch, you’ll also need to make sure the seller removes the product from their Apple account so that you’ll be able to add it to yours.

6. Don’t Bring Cash

And finally, never bring big wads of cash to a one-on-one sale. If you’re buying anything that costs more than a couple hundred dollars, get a free money order from Amscot.

Pro tip: If you want to negotiate the price, get multiple money orders so you’re not tied down to the asking price.

Jen Smith is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She gives money-saving and debt-payoff tips on Instagram at @savingwithspunk.

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The Hunt: Great Cashmere Sweaters for Work

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Sure, we all know what wardrobe essentials for work professional women are supposed to have in their closets, but if you’re buying one for the first time or replacing one you’ve worn into the ground, it can be a pain to find exactly the right incarnation in stores. In “The Hunt,” we search the stores for a basic item that every woman should have.

So we haven’t talked about affordable cashmere for work in a while — let’s discuss! I was intrigued, upon looking around at the stores, how many “weekend” options for cashmere there are. Hoodies! Boyfriend sweaters! Ponchos! Duster cardigans! If you want more of a classic, sleek look to wear with beneath blazers or on top of blouses (or both!), it can be a bit tricky to find them in stores right now. So we rounded up some favorites! Ladies, what sweaters are you reaching for the most on chilly mornings? Have you bought anything in years past that you still love — or have you bought anything recently that was a great find?

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Here are some of the great cashmere sweaters for work we’re finding today…

 

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great cashmere sweaters for work - Uniqlo

Pictured above: Uniqlo is always a great spot to check for affordable cashmere sweaters for work — they’re warm, classic, and come in a zillion colors. (Pro tip: check out Uniqlo’s Heattech line if you’re looking for a lot of warm options, especially for commuting clothes!) The red V-neck pictured above is $ 79.90, comes in __ colors; the brand has similar options in a turtleneck, crewneck, and cardigan.

great cashmere sweaters for work - Inhabit

This sweater may look basic, but don’t be surprised if it’s one of the softest cashmeres you’ve felt — I was thrilled to find several Inhabit sweaters at Nordstrom Rack. The pictured sweater (above) comes in black in sizes XS-L for $ 79 (originally $ 368!).

great cashmere sweaters for work - HalogenThis Halogen sweater is only $ 89 and has close to 500 super positive reviews at Nordstrom. I love how simple it is — it’s very easy to throw on beneath a blazer, add a statement necklace on top or a dickey beneath it (or an actual blouse!), and wear it to work. It comes in 8 colors, regular and petite sizes, XXSP-XL. The brand has a ton of more casual cashmere options as well.

great cashmere sweaters for work - jcrew

For $ 99+, J.Crew has a ton of great “everyday” cashmere sweaters. (Sadly, they are all excluded from the 40% off promo happening today!) The sweaters are available in sizes XXS-3X, which is great; the pictured crewneck comes in 23 (!) colors. They’ve also got a great everyday cashmere turtleneck. (To discuss: are turtlenecks “back” in style or have I just not noticed how many there were in recent years? I’ve always thought they’re a great basic look — certainly great background for a brooch or two! — but they felt like they were rarer in years past.)

great cashmere sweaters for work - Everlane

I often get asked about Everlane, and I will say that I’ve always been happy with their cashmere and merino sweaters — everything I’ve had has been great quality, and felt like a very current but classic take (so, for example, the longer cuffs here feel very au courant but the sweater itself is classic — not a ruffle in sight, thank goodness, and it’s a polished enough look that you can wear it to work or on the weekend.) The pictured sweater is $ 100, comes in 18 sizes (including some fun stripey options), in sizes XS-XL.

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Travel blogs that are really great reads

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Do you love traveling as much as we do? There really is no better feeling than jumping on an airplane and letting the pilot take you to a brand new destination where you can check out the local cuisine, get to grips with the biggest attractions, and expand your horizons. The world really is your oyster. Of course, traveling the world one country at a time can be difficult if you work full-time, and you have to make the most out of your vacation days and your weekends. But if you struggle to make it through the day without thinking about travel-related-tidbits, you’ll love these travel blogs that are really great reads…

Nomadic Matt

Nomadic Matt is perhaps one of the biggest and most successful travel bloggers in the world. As if that wasn’t cool enough, he’s also written a book that has made its way onto the New York Times best-seller list! After making his way into the world of full-time work and using all of his free time to see more of the world, Matt eventually decided to take the plunge, give up his job, and travel the world full-time. He has since been traveling for over a decade and uses his blog to show off his adventures, provide fans with travel tips, and even help them plan their own traveling adventure on a budget.

Alex in Wonderland

Do you ever just find yourself dreaming of a travel experience? Well, you’re not alone. That’s exactly what Alex went through while she was living and studying in Brooklyn. After growing tired of her everyday life, she decided that enough was enough and bought a one-way ticket abroad. Since then, she has spent six years traveling the globe and seeing what each new destination has to offer. Her travel blog is all about getting the most about a traveling adventure and living your best life.

Roads & Kingdoms

If you’re the kind of person that likes to be clued up about travel and culture, then Roads & Kingdoms is right up your street. This travel blog was set up by two established journalists who decided to give back to those who had caught the travel blog. Within this amazing website, these guys give you all the information you could possibly want to know about a country or city, from the food recommendations to the attractions and natural wonders you really need to see, to the music you need to listen to and the drinks you need to try. It’s the ultimate site of facts and figures, with a little bit of fun thrown in for good measure.

Fearful Adventurer

The Fearful Adventure blog is the blog for all of the worriers out there because traveling can be stressful and scary. Torre uses her blog to help those people out there who struggle with traveling on their own or with other people, to show you that you are in control of your own traveling experiences and that only you have the power to determine how you will make the most out of seeing the world and experiencing new things.

The Blonde Abroad

If you’re a strong, sassy woman who loves to do things off their own back, then you’ll love The Blonde Abroad. This travel blog was set up by Kiki, a California native who decided to take a break from work and try and ‘find herself’ during a summer abroad. However, what she didn’t realize was that she would be sucked into the travel lifestyle and feel totally empowered by going it alone and embracing her female power. From that, The Blonde Abroad was created, and she now advises and helps other women embark on their own solo journey of self-discovery. It will give you massive FOMO but is so worth it.

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Viviani’s bras, panties, bustiers and bodysuits are manufactured in Italy at a family-owned factory operated by the third generation. The matte Italian fabric of the Sonata bralette is edged in a custom geometric lace woven by a third-generation lacemaker in Como, Italy. Hang tags for the collection are printed on paper milled in Fabriano, Italy. Talk about attention to detail.
Viviani spent 15 years working in design capacities at Donna Karan and other brands before launching the business with cofounder Emilio Ramirez. She test-drives every product. “I’m a size DD,” she volunteered. “The Great Eros is wearable sensuality in modern, timeless pieces. It’s for a woman who’s dressing for herself. The store is a very safe place for women to explore themselves.”
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