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Magazine of the Week

Welcome back to our weekly spot on magazines to look for.  Today I want to show you a recent issue of an old standby, Communication Arts. Typography has become a stylish thing to comment upon as the consuming public becomes … Continue reading

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Magazine of the Week

Happy President’s Day Weekend! We hope you are enjoying this long, chilly President’s Day.  It would be a good time to cuddle up on the sofa and read the New Yorker.  Me, I’ve loved the cartoons since I was a … Continue reading

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Balmain: From French Refinement to Global Glitz

This article is the second in our presentations about Parisian couture houses active today and how they came into being. Pierre Balmain, founder, 1914-1982 Balmain was born in the town of Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, in the Savoy region of France.  His father … Continue reading

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