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Sarah Jessica Parker Lovely Eau de Parfum Spray (from 5 stores)

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Lovely fragrance, launched by the design house of Sarah Jessica Parker in 2005, combines notes of lavender, orchid and amber. This eau de parfum is available as a 3.4-ounce spray. This Lovely eau de parfum is recommended for casual wear, but it also beautifully complements more formal attire. Spray some on before heading out to lunch with your friends or dinner at your favorite romantic restaurant. Lovely is a versatile fragrance and also makes a great gift on special occasions. A blend of fruity, floral and earthy accords, Lovely is aptly named for the wonderful aroma it exudes. Pair this...

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Lovely Sheer Perfume by Sarah Jessica Parker, 3.4 oz Eau De Parfum Spray for Women

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Lovely Sheer Perfume by Sarah Jessica Parker, 3.4 oz Eau De Parfum Spray (Tester) for Women

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Lovely Perfume by Sarah Jessica Parker, 3.4 oz Eau De Parfum Spray (Tester) for Women

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Golden Globe fashion was a blur of black accessorized with activism - Washington Post

It was basically an all-black red carpet at the Golden Globe Awards, which meant that visually, it was rather monotonous. There were lovely gowns, chic trousers and the occasional ensemble that left an indelible impression and did what the best red carpet dressing is intended to do, which is to leave you with the sense — true or not — that the star in question has an eye for a creative, daring gesture and is therefore more interesting because of it.

The women and men of Hollywood wore black in support of Time’s Up, an initiative aimed at combating sexual harassment and supporting gender parity across a multitude of industries. The goal was to replace the red carpet fashion conversation with one about gender equity and workplace safety. And mostly, it did.

But the initiative is in its early stages and so there is not so much to say about it other than it exists. And so that important information was disseminated again and again by everyone from Meryl Streep to Sarah Jessica Parker and Reese Witherspoon, as well as by the various grass-roots activists who had been invited to come along as their plus-ones.

But it was Debra Messing, one of the first women...

Source: www.washingtonpost.com

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