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Design Collaboration | Love in Portofino: Noo x Elise Hameau

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Design Collaboration | Love in Portofino: Noo x Elise Hameau

Wedding dress designer Elise Hameau has teamed up with French lingerie label Noo for a capsule collection—Love in Portofino—created for especially for wedding nights. The collection includes impossibly lovely ensembles made of ribbons and lace for pure romance . . .

P.S. a wedding in Capri & more Weddings here

Design Collaboration | Love in Portofino: Noo x Elise Hameau
Design Collaboration | Love in Portofino: Noo x Elise Hameau
Design Collaboration | Love in Portofino: Noo x Elise Hameau
Design Collaboration | Love in Portofino: Noo x Elise Hameau
Design Collaboration | Love in Portofino: Noo x Elise Hameau
Design Collaboration | Love in Portofino: Noo x Elise Hameau
Design Collaboration | Love in Portofino: Noo x Elise Hameau
Design Collaboration | Love in Portofino: Noo x Elise Hameau
Design Collaboration | Love in Portofino: Noo x Elise Hameau

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Some propositions are so obvious that no one takes the time to defend them. A few such propositions are that human life is good, that people can and often do provide more benefits to the world than they take away, and that we should design society to support people in leading lives that are good for themselves and others. These ideas came under attack, sometimes subtly and sometimes overtly, by environmentalists in the 20th century who were worried about overpopulation. Although major organizations have abandoned population management as an explicit policy goal, the underlying fear that too many people are running up on the limits of too few resources …

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News 23.05.22 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

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Trewithen House, Cornwall, England

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