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Our serfs have sent you an email directing you to the online store. It’s the soft opening; thank you for your patience, and we would appreciate any feedback. We’re only serving the pre-orders for now, but as soon as the store is fully operational, we’ll announce it here.
World Domination: Don’t just threaten it, wear it.
The Smatterist notes the intricate embroidered details in the costumes on Game of Thrones.
Sansa’s wedding dress tells the story of her family. Her mother was from House Tully, whose sigil is a fish; her father’s House Stark is symbolized by the direwolf.
And she marries into House Lannister of the red and gold lion.
Read about it at The Smatterist. Thanks to Ricky for the alert.
The World Domination shirts have arrived, and will soon be available at our online store. The first edition says “You can’t rule the world if you can’t decide what to order”, and is dedicated to highly opinionated people who don’t understand “option paralysis”.
Our shirts are manufactured right in the nexus of World Domination, the Philippines. Made of durable, stretchable, color-fast 100 percent cotton with satin or mesh accents, they are understated but unmistakable.
World Domination shirts come in three colors: black with green satin accent, neon fuchsia with navy satin, and blue-violet with beige mesh. We have them in girls’ sizes, Small, Medium and Large.
Each shirt costs Php299, and there’s a charge of about Php60 (we’ll check) for deliveries.
Be the first to stand up for World Domination. Pre-order your shirts today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your details: color/s, size/s, and delivery address. Our elves will get back to you as soon as the online store opens.
Sheryll at Shoes by Kai incorporates native textiles, materials and patterns into her fun yet practical designs. Her latest: Denim booties with Bontoc weave accents.
Sturdy denim with rope soles, featuring the distinctive geometric weave from the Cordillera. We field-tested them yesterday by taking a long walk around Backwell, and they are very comfortable. Order them online.
Marlu found these earrings in Cebu, made by a company called Avatar. Our favorite is the pair of recycled NYC subway tokens.
These paper bead earrings are made by the staff of the BenCab Museum in Baguio, where they are sold. We requested unmatched pairs.
Our friends say this ring design is Egyptian; we think it’s Elven. Ramon found it at a bazaar.
These Yakan weave earrings were available at the Likhang Habi Textile Fair last November, where Rene got them.