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10k White Gold Auburn Univ. XS (Tiny) Post Earrings

10k White Gold Auburn Univ. XS (Tiny) Post Earrings
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Show your school spirit with these Auburn University earrings. We are a certified LogoArt retailer and this authentic item is officially licensed. It is also crafted by LogoArt right here in the USA from 10k White Gold.





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Still, she had some very specific ideas about fragrance. She told Ernst Breaux, the perfumist, to come up with something "completely artificial."

Up until that time, fragrances were completely natural. Natural ingredients were all that were ever used to create scents, which varied widely not only by geography but also from batch to batch. In regions that grew lavender, there were lavender scents. If you were fortunate enough to have gardenias and roses, they showed up in the perfume.

Exotic ingredients like sandalwood from India were rare and extremely costly.

Coco Chanel had a different vision not only for fashion but for fragrance. Her idea was that fashion, like art, was something contrived, invented, man-made ? artificial. Coco Chanel designed her famous suit, long strings of beads, and pillbox hats as forms of art and she wanted a perfume to be just as artistic.

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