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Retusj: Fit for a Queen

Last time we talked to Karen von Pederstad, she was working out of a shoebox overlooking the Eiffel Tower. This time we meet the Retusj designer in her bright haven of creativity, in the center of Oslo…
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Autumn Blues

Fall is when all shades of violet, purple, indigo and blue is represented through juicy berries, turnips, beets, eggplants, plums and luscious figs.
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Room for Reverence

With every change in season, and every turn of events that leads to a fresh start, follows an urge to purge; clean out our cabinets and donate, sell and get rid of things we don't use. To de-clutter our lives, living spaces, diets and minds.
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Beyond Words

Considering that two thirds of human communication is non verbal, we place far to much emphasis on words. It explains why talking to your lover or friend on the phone can sometimes seem awkward and unsatisfying, or why you can end up in quarrels over a chat message where you were misunderstood …
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Selective Nostalgia

Awwww the good ol' days, we'll sigh as we braid our hair milkmaid-style, hop on our bikes and head to the farmers market. Stopping at our favorite roaster on the way, we'll proceed, double macchiato in hand, to fill our organic cotton totes with local eggs and other bounties of the land.
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Forever and Evergreen

Looking for different ways to use and reuse evergreens, we came across this photo story by another favorite online and print magazine, Kinfolk, showing us that pine needles can in fact be used for food. Yes, you can eat your Christmas tree!