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  • ...this bag is from? I bought it and have no idea whence it originates. It is about 7" x 9",apparently of cotton, with metal beads, metal lace & sequins. Pleas ...e that it was made by Afghani women. The fuchsia color and the fringe lead me to think this.
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  • ...e dancer's dress on the right better thanI can.So far two people have sent me ideas, one that the designs areby Alexandra Exter the other idea was Tatian
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  • [[Classes254pagesTeacherbio|About Me]] ...aracter from without, even as they build it from within. I do not complain about the shape of their bodies. I create the shape we need, and/or build a visua
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  • [[Tara1pagesPortpage|Living Designers:(send me your URL and YOU can be here!)Tara Maginnis]] (Author of this site) ...ozierezell Rachel Dozier-Ezell - Costume Designer - wherever the job takes me- Currently Spring Green, Wisconsin]
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  • ... This is what actors do. It's what they know about. Allthat stuff I talked about in ...n each individual character's costume. Getting to know whatthe actors know about their characters is usually helpful in deciding what to do. Actorsfrequentl
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