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Jessica Simpson Vintage Bloom Perfume by Jessica Simpson, 1.7 oz Eau De Parfum Spray for Women

by Jessica Simpson (Women's Fragrances)

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Jessica Simpson Vintage Bloom Eau de Parfum, 3.4 oz (from 3 stores)

by Jessica Simpson (Fragrance Gift Sets)

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Introduced in 2012, 'Vintage Bloom' by Jessica Simpson features a floral blend of lemon, caipirinha lime zest, peony, raspberry blossom, sandalwood, and musk. This women's eau de perfume is available in a 3.4-ounce spray. Finding the right perfume can be difficult, but this pleasant fragrance from Jessica Simpson is perfectly balanced to release a scent that both intrigues and pleases. It draws inspiration from romantic encounters, evening meadow flowers and endless possibilities. Stored in a clear, elegantly designed bottle with gold lettering, it accentuates any wardrobe. Design house:...

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Jessica Simpson Vintage Bloom Perfume by Jessica Simpson, 3.4 oz Eau De Parfum Spray (Tester) for Women

by Jessica Simpson (Women's Fragrances)

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Vintage Bloom by Jessica Simpson, 1.7 oz Eau De Parfum Spray for Women

by Jessica Simposon (Miscellaneous)

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'Black Mirror,' 'Feud,' 'Twin Peaks' Use Black and White Imagery to Enhance Storytelling - Variety

“The world has been starved of color — there’s not much hope left in the world — so to have the world be drained of color felt right,” executive producer Annabel Jones told Variety . “And also, for a lot of it you are seeing the robot’s POV, and it’s digital, it’s kind of grainy. The idea that we paint the whole world through the robot’s eyes appealed to us and made sense and we embraced it wholeheartedly.”

With a big-screen filmography including the fully black-and-white films “Eraserhead” and “The Elephant Man,” David Lynch has an established affinity for the palette, and he employed it for much of the eighth episode of “ Twin Peaks : The Return.” “Gotta Light?” features sequences set during the first atomic bomb test detonation in 1945 and at a classic American diner.

“Because of the time period of that material, David felt black and white was probably the most effective,” says director of photography Peter Deming. “I think the excitement level was high. Every time we shot black and white, I’d just turn to David and say, ‘Can we do the whole show like this?’ For me, it’s just a really expressive sort of graphic style choice that I...

Source: variety.com