Did you mayhaps mean castoffs?
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“Owner Neila Jaziri is known for housing a well-edited collection, including cast-offs from Parisian clotheshorses like Catherine Deneuve .”
“Owner Neila Jaziri is known for housing a well-edited collection, including cast-offs from Parisian clotheshorses like Catherine Deneuve.”
“We may do it for ourselves and for our own satisfaction, but the fact is it helps others, too--whether it's the enjoyment they, too, feel in our clean space or the fact that our cast-offs are others' treasures.”
“Anybody remember a book called Half Magic by Edgar Eager or the series of books on the Borrowers, little people who lived between the floor boards and used our cast-offs for their domestic arrangements?”
“Women who wear cast-offs to the beach, whether they be old T-shirts, faded sundresses or, in my case, your son's ripped surfing shorts, tend to look, how can I put this…more than a little jaded.”
“This Summer brings us a bit healthier slate, even if it does include some regular season cast-offs.”
“With the transformative instincts of a Circe or an oyster, she has turned its crawling creatures and barnacle-encrusted cast-offs into sculptures doused in precious metal.”
“This is the kind of daft thing artists do: adapting the cast-offs of consumer culture through a process of determined and obsessive repetition to an agenda that is all the more delightful for being so utterly futile.”
“And Upritchard's lost none of her flair for rethinking cast-offs, as teeth necklaces made with fag butts reveal.”
“If a sofa, recliner, or other large furnishing is on your list of cast-offs, there are a few ways to play it, depending on the condition of the piece and how quickly you want it gone.”
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