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The breeze tugged at the 8-foot-tall corn stalks around us, making a wavy green-and-gold sea of leaves and tassels.
Dressed in black gowns and caps with orange tassels, two men wheeled themselves to the front row, turned to each other and shook hands.
By the 1970s, these got a lot more involved, with all-over fringe and tassel trims.
The Marlins moved their tassels to the left with an 8-5 loss to the Atlanta Braves on Sunday at Marlins Park, the final game of their season and the final game of the Jeffrey Loria era.
On Thursday, Veronica Beard will host a trunk show with statement jewelry, including tassel earrings ($65) and a beaded bandanna ($1,195) from Mignonne Gavigan.
Along with mangled metal, pieces of doors and furniture, smaller items hang from the fence: someone's beige winter hat with ear flaps and a tassel on top.
Karnak is egged on by a weird-talking sneaky guy in a little round hat with a tassel.
There’s a mill in Switzerland being used for one fabric, and a factory in Italy that has been relied on to replicate archival tassels for the brand.
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