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  • Justine crumpled to the deck in a spill of blood and silken midnight-blue skirts and creamy skin.

    Etched in Bone

  • I was drawn to tiny white pots painted with necklaces of midnight-blue medallions $59.

    Delight in Blue and White

  • Castlemaine appeared tonight with a midnight-blue patch on her cheek depicting a galloping coach and four.

    Exit the Actress

  • Justine crumpled to the deck in a spill of blood and silken midnight-blue skirts and creamy skin.

    Etched in Bone

  • Phillip Lim stitched one in porcelain-colored organza embroidered with tiny twisted threads that stand on end like pre-party goosebumps, and Thakoon Panichgul crafted a midnight-blue eyelet piece with fluttering panels of silk organza.

    The Trench Gets a Nightlife

  • On the dial of one version of the haute-joaillerie watch, alternating triangles of white gold, midnight-blue lacquer and 72 brilliant-cut white diamonds suggest a Hollywood night sky swept with massive spotlights.

    Time for Something Special

  • A gallery of perfume bottles in an astounding variety of shapes, colors, sizes, textures and finishes is dazzling proof of Lalique's new idea—that every fragrance should have a bottle designed for its specific scent: Roger & Gallet's "Cigalia" adorned with cicadas to match its name; Worth's "Dans La Nuit" in a midnight-blue sphere sprinkled with silver stars; Molinard's racy "Faun's Kiss" in a glass ring framing an engraved maiden and faun.

    A Display of Lalique's Beauty

  • This limited-edition version of the Pro Master, which goes on sale Sept. 8, has a midnight-blue finish, so, finally, a man can own an iron he doesn't have to think twice about wielding.

    Iron, Man

  • Death of David Kelly has a pale moon rocking in a midnight-blue sky, uninflected as a child might paint it, sadness in its stark simplicity.

    Turner prize 2010 – review

  • The paintings of the Post-Impressionists, including Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin, which formerly hung in the claustrophobic, columned Bellechasse gallery, are cosseted now one floor below in small, elegant, midnight-blue galleries dedicated to the late scholar Françoise Cachin, who served as the museum's first director.

    New Visions Arrive at the Orsay


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