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From a Toronto based start-up manufacturer of lighting and novelty giftware, The Original Cinema Lightbox will bring life into lonely corners of your home and simply elevate any space. Both decorative and functional, it will light up and glow your personalized mantra 24/7 and it's not going to put you back a lot. I've brought in this Lightbox for a couple past design projects and it's kind of unbelievably easy to use; portable, super lightweight and battery powered, with interchangeable letters, custom messaging has never been so simple. Get yours here: 

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Weeks before Marc Jacobs’s spring show, an assistant on hairstylist Guido Palau’s team found Jena Counts via an Internet search for candy-colored dreadlocks—a crucial (and ultimately controversial) accompaniment to Jacobs’s rave-inspired collection. A soft-spoken grandmother from Palatka, Florida, Counts had turned an idle-hands hobby of boiling, spinning, and custom-dyeing wool hair extensions into a homegrown business, and after tinting samples in every shade of the psychedelic rainbow, she got a ticket to New York—and a jaw-dropping commission of 12,500 pieces from Jacobs.

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