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Coming from a long line of knitters, Rojas has made experimental knitting and crocheting patterns a staple of her label — one that can be seen in the deep red shawl that Boersma wears over a dress of the same shade.
SZA’s mother wore a mint green dress with crystal accents and her grandmother looked perfectly refined in a black dress and shawl that also had some glitzy trim.
Hayat is seen in a windowless room wearing a polo-style shirt at times and covered in a shawl at others.
Chewing on a eucalyptus toothpick, his dog draped around his shoulders like a shawl, Mr. Kozlow recounted his upbringing in a cult in rural Montana.
And a velvet a shawl-collar dinner jacket in a rich, jewel-tone green?
Piecemeal the summer dies; At the field’s edge a daisy lives alone; A last shawl of burning lies On a gray field-stone.
Wrapped in woolen blankets, caps and shawls, some of the migrants camping on Monday held their feet above the fire to keep warm.
Fit 2 stretch jean ($195) by Rag & Bone, mrporter.com; Air crew ($22) by Everlane, everlane.com; Ash vintage shawl cashmere cardigan ($225) by Buck Mason, buckmason.com; Jodphur boots ($580) by Ami, mrporter.com 4.
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