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The Edit: Our NYC Editor’s Holiday Wishlist 2018

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The Edit: Our NYC Editor’s Holiday Wishlist 2018
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I am especially excited for Christmas this year and am fully committed to making it a holiday filled with joy for those around me and myself. For my fellow glamour hunters, I hope that this holiday and New Year’s are filled with red velvet dreams and sweet decadence.

Below is my wish list for this Christmas, a collection of elevated takes of my favourite things.



The Edit: Our NYC Editor’s Holiday Wishlist 2018

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Amber Fairweather is a writer and musician based in New York City. She is an avid traveler and has lived in California, Hawaii, rural Pennsylvania, and London. Her journeys fuel her quest to find and share the beauty in life. A few of her favorite things include books, roses, coffee, and photography.
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