Human nature is astounding as people have adapted so much and so quickly during Covid-19. The pandemic has forced so many of us to make changes, and Couture Fashion Week is no exception. For the first time ever, Couture Fashion Week has been forced to go digital. From the 6th to the 8th of July, the prestigious couture designers will showcase their latest collections on a digital platform with live streams, films and digital lookbooks. Designers will now present their latest collections via a schedule of videos online. To keep up to date with Couture Fashion Week, head to hautecouture.fhcm.paris. We have decided to showcase the Dior autumn/winter collection for its outstanding cinematography and creativity as Dior invites you into a magical world of mystery via a whimsical fashion film in Dior’s Le Mythe Dior.
This is a project that I have been in love with for years. The medium of these fabric sheets that you can run through any standard printer is really quite magical. I like everyone else who takes an average of 20+ pictures a day. Some get deleted and a tiny amount will get printed for my old fashioned photo album. However, the bulk of them live on my phone, then there is the other amount that go to the cloud. I still have yet to discover where this cloud is. I just pray that when the time comes I will be granted to wisdom and knowledge to find them. This is why I really love projects like this that can at least take one dearly beloved picture and turn it into something beautiful that I can admire day in and day out. The other bonus that I like about this project is that you do not need any special skills beyond the capacity to print and thread an embroidery needle with floss. If you are able to sew some hidden gems and beads lying around the house you will be a master at this game. What You Need Fabric paper Embroidery floss Needle Thread Extra beads and trinkets Embroidery hoop depending on size Disappearing ink pinks How To In the spirit of the BLM I wanted to celebrate the mixed racial background of my 2 daughters, so I chose this picture of them being silly and fab in front of our bathroom mirror. First, I edited the photo to black and white but obviously you can do whatever you want to your picture and whatever suits the pic and your decor. You just need to insert the 8×11 sheets into your printer and then remove the backing paper. You are then left with this awesome piece of fabric with your custom picture. You can add words or any other graphic of your liking to be printed on the sheet as well. Then really the fun begins. You can add ribbon, fabric scraps, beads, shells, or literally anything you have lying the house. Below is one that I did ages ago that included a favorite vintage piece of fabric. I think that is a good idea to lay out all of your elements to get a general idea of your layout. Once happy you can draw in your text. As you can see from the picture I asked my daughter to use her lovely handwriting but then thought it was too small so asked her to make it larger. At this point there is no need to “erase” it as the heat from your iron will remove all traces of ink of your Frixion pens once finished. It’s an awesome project to take to your garden, deck, or beach as it’s so small and easy. I especially love it as all mistakes just come off as “artsy.” Once finished, tie in all of your loose ends and place it in your embroidery hoop. Then, cut a 1.5 border of your excess fabric and hot glue the border inside the frame on the back. You could obviously opt for an actual frame if that is the look that you are going for. And voila! One less picture that is away from the mercy of the cloud and up and your walls to admire 24/7/365!
At the end of a charming flower filled cobblestone mews in Knightsbridge, one of London’s most glorious and prestigious neighborhoods, you will find the wonderful Judith Blacklock Flower School which has an exceptional reputation for teaching classic flower arranging skills and cutting edge floristry methods. In the early twentieth century, the mews houses that surround the school, served as the stables for the mansions behind them on Wilton Place. The horses were stabled on two floors and if you look around the cobblestone mews, you will see the stairs (which back then was a ramp) that enabled the horses to walk up to the second floor. The houses that surround the mews used to belong to the groomsmen, but are now glamorous and desirable mews houses worth millions. As you reach the Judith Blacklock Flower School you can’t help but notice the buckets full of beautiful and different varieties of flowers in all sorts of vibrant colours and fragrances. The flowers are used for the students. Most are delivered from Holland and some are bought from either the flower market or local sources. As you enter the school, you will immediately feel a sense of calm and serenity. It’s impossible to believe that this tranquil environment is just a few minutes away from the hustle and bustle of the famous department stores and boutiques of Knightsbridge. The Judith Blacklock Flower School is widely acclaimed as one of the UK’s most renowned institutes for giving excellent flower arranging courses. The school offers a large selection of fascinating courses for all abilities. Judith takes pride in giving every student a personal learning experience in a warm and happy environment. She encourages every student to develop and reach their own potential. Judith Blacklock is the author of 17 bestselling books. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Horticulture, for whom she designed medal-winning stand at Chelsea Flower Show. She has taught floral design in many continents. She organised Flowers@Chicheley and Flowers @Oxford, the largest contemporary cut-flower events that have been staged in the UK. She has appeared frequently on television and has taught at Chelsea Flower Show, Bahrain, Canada, China, Dubai, Ireland, Japan, Kuwait, Turkey, UAE and the USA. Presently, the Judith Blacklock Flower School is closed due to Covid-19 but will re-open on July 21st. However, Judith is offering a 10% discount on three online courses. If you are looking to brighten your home and bring joy to your surroundings, why not learn a new creative skill with Judith. You don’t need to go out and buy your flowers, the courses can be completed with an order from the supermarket or an online local florist. Do contact the school if you would like more information at judithblacklock.com Why not start a new career. The Judith Blacklock Flower School also runs an accredited two-week professional business and events styling course enabling students to start their own flower business and make money with flowers. I recently had the honour of interviewing Judith. She is a warm, friendly, and highly inspirational person. If you want to give yourself or someone you know a special treat, I greatly recommend you sign up for one or more of her courses. Below is my interview with Judith along with a few videos she has put together on how to arrange peonies in your home. A beautiful flower arrangement is the perfect way to enliven and beautify a room or a table. Enjoy! How did you begin your career and where did you learn your talent? My mother was in inspirational amateur floral arranger. She won gold medals at Chelsea Flower Show and was founder President of her local flower club. She is 100 in July and still arranges flowers beautifully – far better than I will ever be. What inspired you to begin your career and when did you start? I had been living in Europe for 12 years where I met my husband. I returned to the UK with two small children and not sure of the route to take. My husband had been to INSEAD – the European business school at Fontainebleu. All his friends were seriously clever. I found I had to do something I could do well, and it was not being CEO of BP! My mother persuaded me that flowers could be the route. Until I started I didn’t realise just how much I loved it and had found my passion. Were there many women in business at the time? In my husband’s year at INSEAD there were 214 men and 6 women. Things have changed so much. My generation were brought up to be secretaries, nurses and teachers before getting married and becoming housewives. You had to be really clever to step outside this mould. Can you tell us about the Judith Blacklock Flower School? After studying floristry, I taught in a college part-time for ten years whilst I brought up the children and wrote my first book ’Teach Yourself Flower Arranging’. I knew location was extremely important, so when I was offered the premises in Knightsbridge I accepted despite being the grand old age of 50. The site is wonderful – I knew I would never have a second chance of finding somewhere so charming that is centrally located, pretty, safe and calm. How many books have you published? Seventeen – I keep vowing never to do another and am scared to tell my husband I have a suspicion of an idea for number eighteen! Can you please give some tips on making a flower arrangement for the home? Of course I can. These are my favourites: Find the right container for the flowers. One that is half the height of the stems always works well. Try and find a source of greenery to add to your flowers, it softens the looks and fills out the arrangement. If you are choosing flowers that you want to work together always include one type of flower that is round such as a […]
“Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are.” – Mason Cooley What’s Left of Me is Yours By Stephanie Scott A gripping debut set in modern-day Tokyo and inspired by a true crime, for readers of Everything I Never Told You and The Perfect Nanny, What’s Left of Me Is Yours charts a young woman’s search for the truth about her mother’s life and her murder. In Japan, a covert industry has grown up around the “wakaresaseya” (literally “breaker-upper”), a person hired by one spouse to seduce the other in order to gain the advantage in divorce proceedings. When Satō hires Kaitarō, a wakaresaseya agent, to have an affair with his wife, Rina, he assumes it will be an easy case. But Satō has never truly understood Rina or her desires and Kaitarō’s job is to do exactly that..until he does it too well. While Rina remains ignorant of the circumstances that brought them together, she and Kaitarō fall in a desperate, singular love, setting in motion a series of violent acts that will forever haunt her daughter’s life. Told from alternating points of view and across the breathtaking landscapes of Japan, Stephanie Scott exquisitely renders the affair and its intricate repercussions. As Rina’s daughter, Sumiko, fills in the gaps of her mother’s story and her own memory, Scott probes the thorny psychological and moral grounds of the actions we take in the name of love, asking where we draw the line between passion and possession. Big Summer By Jennifer Weiner “A deliciously funny, remarkably poignant, and simply unputdownable novel about the power of friendship, the lure of frenemies, and the importance of making peace with yourself through all life’s ups and down. From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Good in Bed and Best Friends Forever, Big Summer is the perfect escape with one of the most lovable heroines to come to the page in years. Six years after the fight that ended their friendship, Daphne Berg is shocked when Drue Cavanaugh walks back into her life, looking as lovely and successful as ever, with a massive favor to ask. Daphne hasn’t spoken one word to Drue in all this time—she doesn’t even hate-follow her ex-best friend on social media—so when Drue asks if she will be her maid-of-honor at the society wedding of the summer, Daphne is rightfully speechless. Drue was always the one who had everything—except the ability to hold onto friends. Meanwhile, Daphne’s no longer the same self-effacing sidekick she was back in high school. She’s built a life that she loves, including a growing career as a plus-size Instagram influencer. Letting glamorous, seductive Drue back into her life is risky, but it comes with an invitation to spend a weekend in a waterfront Cape Cod mansion. When Drue begs and pleads and dangles the prospect of cute single guys, Daphne finds herself powerless as ever to resist her friend’s siren song. A sparkling novel about the complexities of female relationships, the pitfalls of living out loud and online, and the resilience of the human heart, Big Summer is a witty, moving story about family, friendship, and figuring out what matters most. The Guest List By Lucy Foly A wedding celebration turns dark and deadly in this deliciously wicked and atmospheric thriller reminiscent of Agatha Christie from the New York Times bestselling author of The Hunting Party. The bride – The plus one – The best man – The wedding planner – The bridesmaid – The body On an island off the coast of Ireland, guests gather to celebrate two people joining their lives together as one. The groom: handsome and charming, a rising television star. The bride: smart and ambitious, a magazine publisher. It’s a wedding for a magazine, or for a celebrity: the designer dress, the remote location, the luxe party favors, the boutique whiskey. The cell phone service may be spotty and the waves may be rough, but every detail has been expertly planned and will be expertly executed. But perfection is for plans, and people are all too human. As the champagne is popped and the festivities begin, resentments and petty jealousies begin to mingle with the reminiscences and well wishes. The groomsmen begin the drinking game from their school days. The bridesmaid not-so-accidentally ruins her dress. The bride’s oldest (male) friend gives an uncomfortably caring toast. And then someone turns up dead. Who didn’t wish the happy couple well? And perhaps more important, why? The Wife Stalker By Liv Constantine The bestselling author of The Last Mrs. Parrish returns with a psychological thriller, filled with chilling serpentine twists, about a woman fighting to hold onto the only family she’s ever loved—and how far she’ll go to preserve it. Breezing into the upscale seaside paradise of Westport, Connecticut, gorgeous thirtysomething Piper Reynard sets down roots, opening a rehab and wellness space and joining a local yacht club. When she meets Leo Drakos, a handsome, successful lawyer, the wedding ring on his finger is the only thing she doesn’t like about him. Yet as Piper well knows, no marriage is permanent. Meanwhile, Joanna has been waiting patiently for Leo, the charismatic man she fell in love with all those years ago, to re-emerge from the severe depression that has engulfed him. Though she’s thankful when Leo returns to his charming, energetic self, paying attention again to Evie and Stelli, the children they both love beyond measure, Joanna is shocked to discover that it’s not her loving support that’s sparked his renewed happiness—it’s something else. Piper. Leo has fallen head over heels for the flaky, New Age-y newcomer, and unrepentant and resolute, he’s more than willing to leave Joanna behind, along with everything they’ve built. Of course, he assures her, she can still see the children. Joanna is devastated—and determined to find something, anything, to use against this woman who has stolen her life and her true love. As she digs deeper into Piper’s past, Joanna begins to unearth disturbing secrets . . . but when she confides to her therapist that she fears for the lives of her ex-husband and children, her […]
This idea really is a throwback to a trend from the 1950s. It was a time before fast fashion and women did not have access to the clothing that we have now. Where now, the average closet might hold around 20 plus pairs of shoes back then the average was more on the side of 4-5. So the ladies had to be creative. Enter the shoe clip! It was such a brilliant idea and I wish we still had them now. Kind of like earrings for your shoes. With a quick ‘clip” a simple pair of black pumps would get a completely different look. This is something that I have been doing for years but as we don’t have easy access to shoe clips I discovered the easy alternative of vintage brooches that I could easily find at second-hand stores, Etsy or at local outdoor flea markets. Recently, I bought this very cheap pair of flats during quarantine at Zara. While they were nice enough I felt like they needed a little “something something.” So I went back to my old favorite bag of tricks. As I was not able to hit any cute vintage markets or my local goodwill, I went to the next best thing on my computer….Amazon. I was able to find this cute pair of bees for very nice $8 each. Together with the flats that brought this bespoke pair of shoes to a smooth $34! I wore them on my first day back at work this week and I must have received at least 6 compliments. Everyone just assumed they were a pricey pair of shoes as the bees gave them a Gucci-esque vibe. What I especially love about this is that you can change them up as much as you want since it is just a matter of pinning and un-pinning. I think that you could even do 2 different brooches/pins as long as they are around the same size. The possibilities are literally endless.
The start of July usually turns thoughts to strawberries and cream, fresh-cut grass, lots of fizz and the world’s most prestigious tennis tournament, The Championships at Wimbledon. The Wimbledon Championships is one of the world’s most celebrated tennis events. Taking place at the meticulous and perfectly maintained All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), it runs for two weeks and attracts over 500,000 spectators. Wimbledon is one of four tennis Grand Slam events held each year, and these tournaments are considered the most important competitions of the tennis season. It is the only Grand Slam event to be played on grass courts, and the grass at Wimbledon is immaculate. The grass is tended to year-round, and during the event, it is cut to a height of exactly 8mm. The first Wimbledon championship took place in 1877, making it the oldest tennis tournament in the world. The Championships are played just minutes from Wimbledon Village, a lovely town with restaurants, bars, shops all set amongst period buildings and open spaces. During the Championships, Wimbledon Village is filled with people from all over the world, all the shop and restaurant windows are decorated in a tennis theme and there is so much excitement in the air. Although the Championships take place in July, The AELTC’s museum and gift shop are open year-round, and I would highly recommend a visit to the museum and take a tour if you happen to be in the area. The museum is filled with tennis memorabilia from the past and has a fantastic Virtual Reality experience that enables you to feel what it’s like to attend the Championships. I would also suggest signing up for a tour of the facility as it’s fascinating what you will learn and see. Click here to take the tour. This year the Wimbledon Championships are canceled, so I will be recreating the atmosphere at home with a glass… or two of Pimm’s and some strawberries and cream, the traditional snacks of the Championships as I look to next year. If there is one quintessentially Wimbledon cocktail, the Pimm’s cocktail is undeniably it. Pimm’s No. 1 is a gin-based herbal liquor, with a refreshing spicy citrusy taste, invented by James Pimm in the early 19th century. Strawberries and cream were served at the very first Wimbledon tournament in 1877 when 200 spectators came to see the tournament, and the tradition continues today. At the 2019 Wimbledon Championships, 276,291 glasses of Pimm’s were served and 191,930 portions of strawberries were served. The strawberries are always Grade 1 English strawberries of the highest quality from Kent, and to ensure the utmost freshness, the strawberries are picked at 4:00 am, collected from the packing plant at 9.00 am, and are delivered to the Club for inspection and hulling. They are then enjoyed by guests on the same day. Pimm’s ingredients 2 oz. Pimm’s No 1 3 oz. Lemonade 6 mint leaves 1-3 orange slices 3 strawberries sliced Directions Simply pile all the ingredients in a tall glass over ice and mix it up. Enjoy! Strawberries and Cream Fresh strawberries Fresh whipping cream Directions Simply bathe the strawberries in fresh whipping cream. Enjoy!
If there is one activity I will continue after lockdown, it’s making my tablescapes. I found that when I decorated the table even just a little bit during quarantine, my family really enjoyed eating their meals at the table, and not only did the children stay seated a little longer, they loved to talk about the different decorations. I have always enjoyed decorating a table for a special occasion and look forward to entertaining once the restrictions have lifted, but during the lockdown, I found I was decorating the table quite often in order to bring some joy to the endless meals that I was cooking and some fun for the family. What exactly is a tablescape? It’s a term to describe an artistic arrangement of articles on a table. It combines your centerpiece and place settings to give your table a certain style or decoration. A tablescape is a way of making the table feel a bit more special. Tablescapes don’t have to be expensive, the smallest addition to a table can make it unique or give it some style such as fresh-picked flowers from the garden, some items around the house, or some pretty paper napkins. Tablescapes can either take on a certain theme, or you can just mix and match different items, patterns, textures and colors to create a table that you enjoy. When I was younger, we used to have an international night once a week. Each Thursday, one of the children would choose a country that they wanted “to visit”. My mom would create a meal from that country and we would help my mom decorate the table to go along with the theme of the country. We would research different facts about the culture and try to recreate it on the table. Whether it was making our own pictures of the flags and gluing them onto straws and adding them to the center of the table, finding toys around the house that we could use as centerpieces or looking in the garden for different flowers or foliage to represent the country, it was so much fun and we didn’t even realize that we were creating a tablescape! A tablescape can be created anywhere, on the dining room table, outside in the garden, on the front porch, in the park for a picnic, on your living room table, on a boat, really anywhere. Tablescapes can be created anytime, for a certain holiday, a special occasion, if you are having a few friends or family over or just because you want to make your table look a little nicer. To create your tablescape, start by thinking of your theme and your vision. Think about the colors you want to use. Start at the bottom and decide if you want to use a tablecloth, placemats, or a picnic blanket? Think about your place settings, silverware, napkins, and glasses. Will you use paper or real for your centerpiece and place settings? Do you need flowers, plants, candles, fruit, shells, accessories? Can you find your items in your kitchen, around your house, in your garden, on the beach or do you need to purchase anything? Once you have your theme and vision as well as your items, start with laying out the basics first. Put down your table cloth, placemats, or whatever you decide that the place settings will rest on. Then add your place settings, the dishes, cutlery, glasses, and napkins. I would suggest putting these down first so that you can then see how much room you have for the decorations. You want to make sure once your guests sit down at the table, they have enough room to eat and drink comfortably. Now is the time to add your centerpieces and decorations. Place your chairs around your table and you have a tablescape. Enjoy the process and just have fun with it, there are a million ways to make a tablescape and summer is the perfect time to start. I usually find a lot of inspiration from the following Instagram accounts @tablescapestyle and @mrsalice, but there are loads of websites with great ideas.
As we start to head out of lockdown I was super excited to have a Zoom chat interview with an incredible up and coming knitter who was born in Soweto, South Africa. I met Xoli a few years ago in Westport and was immediately drawn in by her gorgeous African accent and bubbly personality. While speaking with her, I couldn’t help but notice the beautiful cornflower knit sweater that she was wearing. After a brief conversation, I learned that Xoli actually knit the sweater herself, and had a passion for knitting that was undeniable. Xoli came to the United States about fifteen years ago and hopped around the country doing various jobs Coast to Coast. She started in New Jersey but moved through California, South Carolina, and Florida, ultimately, landing in Connecticut in pursuit of achieving a nursing degree. While working on her degree she started her first live-in care job for an elderly lady who had been suffering from Alzheimer’s. Xoli says that at the time she was completely unfamiliar with the concept of “Alzheimers” as back in home in South Africa, no one used that term, memory loss was simply seen as something that happened when you got older. The experience taught her to use various methods to ease the anxiousness of her new client. Then one day after living in the home of her employer for two years, Xoli made a discovery that changed everything. She opened a door in the house of her client and discovered a closet stocked full from top to bottom with skeins of yarn. She remembers how oddly excited she was to see all the yarn. Especially since back in school in Soweto when she was younger, she had always hated the knitting section of her obligatory “Home Economics” course. What was even more surprising she said was the response of the client when she asked her about the yarn. She said “Yes, I knit’ with so much assurance and ease that it almost felt like she had just finished a sweater yesterday. Even the daughter of the lady was amazed when Xoli asked about the yarn and replied that she had figured her mother would not even remember that chapter of her life. The funny thing is that she did remember and she was able to teach Xoli the basics of the Knit and Purl stitches. They spent many hours and days knitting together and in the next two years she took on a few projects, most notably a massively long scarf, and it was then that the obsession and “yarn journey” began. The more she knitted the more passionate she became about her craft. She spent hours researching different yarns. While her knitting was limited to the winter season her productivity started to rev up. One winter she made hats for everyone. Excited at the idea of making friends smile at finding something in their mailbox other than the standard bills and junk mail. Finally, one of her friends said: “Xoli, these hats are beautiful, you need to be selling them instead of giving them to us!” This is when Xoli started the transformation from hobbyist to a professional knitter. Like most makers, this new step took place on Etsy, where she started her first shop in 2012. Then she started to branch out to craft markets both locally and out of state. One of her favorite Craft markets was the Unique Market in L.A. which she attended in 2018. Her most recent market gig was a coveted spot at the Westport Market in February of this year. The last market day was right before we went into lockdown and Xoli laughs at the irony of it because that was one of her most successful markets ever. It is obvious that Xoli’s passion and dedication to her craft is really starting to pay off as people are starting to take notice of her bright and gorgeous knits. Most notably Lupita Nyong’o who was wearing one of her sweaters and tagged her in an Instagram post. As expected the nod won her a few hundred followers instantly. That put her on the radar of some of her best customers who patiently wait for her stunning hand made creations. Because she is dedicated to using the best yarns her knits range in price from $470 -$520. There are a few exception pieces like this stunning full-length rainbow coat that took months to knit that fall in the price range of $2,000. This summer in order to reach a larger market she will be concentrating on making a small collection of a colorful array of cotton sweaters with her signature detailing and offering them at a lower price to reach a larger audience. Additionally, she wants to start writing her own patterns so that knitters all over the world can make and wear her creations. As a knitter myself, I know that I can not wait to get my hands on one of her patterns so that I can make and wear my own Xoli creation piece. In this new landscape where black-owned businesses are finally getting the recognition, they deserve this beautiful impassioned knitting wonder from Soweto who has a future that is definitely bright! Shop Hand Knit by Xoli
This almost seems so basic that I was initially hesitant to write about it. But then I realized how essential it is in my kitchen and how since I learned it from my sister 2 years ago it has cut down my time in the kitchen so significantly. My sister Wanda, as I mentioned before is the owner of a beachside restaurant Salsa Brava in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica. When she comes to visit me here in Westport my kitchen gets transformed into a Caribbean food mecca with wonderful aromas of coconut, turmeric, and ginger. At one point she very seriously told me “I am going to teach me one of the tricks that we use in the restaurant’s kitchen that will be a game-changer for you.” OK, this sounded a little serious for kitchen tip, but now I actually understand the solemnity of what she was going to tell me. Basically, it is just taking a head of garlic peeling it and chopping in your Cuisinart. Then place it in a jar and cover it with olive oil, lots of olive oil That is it! Now let me tell you why this is so important. Now for ANY dish that requires garlic (which in my world is just about every savory dish), you will never have to peel another garlic again. If you are like me this is EVERYTHING because I hate peeling garlic. Actually the only thing I hate more than peeling garlic is peeling ginger or onions! The beauty of this is that you can adjust your garlic amount by either grabbing a teaspoon filled with the garlic or just the oil on top for lighter dishes like salads and dips. All you have to do is keep adding oil as you use it. And you can use it any dish you make. Garlic butter, frying vegetables, for marinades, a quick top off your pastas, sauces, etc. Anywhere where your recipe asks for garlic you can use it. You can leave it outside and depending on usage a batch can last anywhere from 7-10 days. You can also make a second batch with chili flakes and there you have the Italian favorite. This would be great on pizzas, pasta, chicken and steaks. She also taught me to make a version with chopped parsley but that will not last as long but is wonderful on fish and with a little salt is a great dipping sauce. Please try it and you will see how this simple trick truly is a game-changer!
I had to write this post because I cannot wait to buy a pair of these espadrilles! Not only are they gorgeous, but I have become so used to wearing my slippers for most of the day during isolation, that I don’t think I can think of wearing anything uncomfortable on my feet anytime soon. These espadrilles definitely fit the bill and will look great with my at-home Pedi. When more places are starting to open up and a lot of women are headed back to the work, these espadrilles are a great way of looking dazzling and feeling even better. And if you don’t get to wear them very often this summer, don’t worry, espadrilles are always in fashion.
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