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Cora Harrington

Hi Everyone! It’s been a year of wild and crazy changes, and we’re not done yet because I have a couple more in store for you before 2017 is over. One of the biggest (and, to be honest, scariest) is launching my Patreon. For those of you who may not be familiar with the name, Patreon is a way to support creatives directly. It’s based on the old patronage system […]

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I’m…jaded. Not about breast cancer or its effects on people’s lives or the necessity of finding a cure, of course. But I am worn out when it comes to the endless stream of slick, sexified marketing campaigns focused on “saving ta-tas” and “thinking pink.” Breast cancer, at least as far these marketing campaigns go, has become the “glamorous” cancer – one which has crowded out awareness for most every other […]

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I’m not a horror film fan, but when I saw the above photo from The Love Witch, I knew I had to watch it. This 60s-inspired kitschy thriller about a witch who uses spells to make men fall in love with her seemed like my kind of movie. And the aesthetics…my goodness! I couldn’t get enough of the colors, the costumes, and the sheer composition. Of course, when I’m watching […]

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So it turns out there’s a demolition going in the apartment right above ours and the constant sound of drilling and banging really does a number on your concentration. I’ve been spending most of my days out of the house for my own sanity, and most of my evenings huddled over my laptop trying to catch up. However, since our furniture hasn’t yet arrived, let’s just say working from home […]

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As I mentioned a little while ago, I’m spending a few weeks catching up on lookbooks I wanted to feature earlier this year, but didn’t have the time to because of book deadlines. Even though TLA is rather small as far as media publications go, I still think it’s important to support brands when they take steps in the right direction and become part of the change we want to […]

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