In a new feature called Lust Object, we imagine what it would be like to own a cocktail ring from Chanel’s new high jewelry collection—and valiantly attempt to rationalize the purchase.
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2014 - MONA'S JEWELRY COLLECTION INC.
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- Harry Potter-Themed Collection From Pottery Barn Will Transform Your Home Into Hogwarts
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- Friday Sep 15, 2017
“Harry Potter” fans, your dream is about to come true — you can now decorate your home with decor from Hogwarts and other Harry Potter-themed goods.Pottery Barn has launched a line of magical decor goods for their teen collection, including bed sheets, lamps, mirrors, and clocks. For example, wake up to the Golden Snitch clock, hang up your jewelry at night in the Hedwig-themed jewelry cage, or read the Daily Prophet while snuggling up to sleep.Not only can you get house pennants, but Pottery Barn even has individual lines for each house. You can shop a Gryffindor backpack as well as a Slytherin pillow or Hufflepuff throw.
- Jury convicts man in 2013 jewelry store killings in SF
By Michael Bodley - Friday Jul 7, 2017
An Antioch man was convicted Thursday in the 2013 slayings of two clerks at a jewelry shop in the South of Market area of San Francisco and trying to kill the owner of the business over the disputed price of a gold chain.A San Francisco Superior Court jury convicted Barry White Jr., 27, on two counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder stemming from the violence that erupted July 12, 2013, inside the San Francisco Gift Center and Jewelry Mart on Brannan Street.White was also convicted of six other counts of attempted murder and six counts of assault on a peace officer for opening fire on San Francisco police who responded to the jewelry store killings.The conviction carries a special-circumstance designation because White committed multiple murders, making him eligible for life in prison without parole.During the trial, White’s attorney, Deputy Public Defender Kwixuan Maloof, argued for manslaughter, saying White suffered from an untreated mental disorder after he was shot in the head in 2009 in a confrontation with Antioch police.Assistant District Attorney Diane Knoles said that especially with the four-year anniversary of the killings coming up next week, she hoped the verdict would bring some measure of closure to the families of the victims.Security camera footage played for the jury during the trial that started in early June showed a calm and collected White speaking with Hung before the killings.White waited until the last customer left the store before challenging Hung over the $5,500 he paid for a gold chain he had purchased weeks earlier, claiming it weighed less than it should have.
- Upstate NY library selling off art collection to pay bills
Wednesday Nov 22, 2017
A western New York library plans to put more of its valuable art collection up for auction, a move that has drawn opposition from some of the organization's supporters.
- This 'poop machine' could assist in the fight against bowel cancer
By Shannon Connellan - Wednesday Nov 8, 2017
One of Tasmania's most talked-about artworks, Wim Delvoye's Cloaca Professional, ends with a pile of shit. Literally.
The Belgian artist's "poo machine," part of the permanent collection at Tasmania's Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), replicates a human digestive system. You "feed" it actual food, which makes its way through the system and, uh, comes out the other end as... yep.
Now, the ABC reports, the work could be a key advancement in the fight against bowel cancer, after the museum allowed the machine's afternoon dump to be tested by pathologists for bowel cancer on Tuesday. Read more...More about Cancer, Artwork, Poop, Cancer Awareness, and Poo
- Retailers Experiment With a New Philosophy: Smaller Is Better
By TIFFANY HSU - Saturday Nov 18, 2017
Department stores and other retailers struggling to beat back e-commerce are taking cues from online start-ups by experimenting with small showrooms.