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Écru, which is French meaning ‘raw’ or ‘unbleached, is our all-time favorite shade. Emma does this color so well – both for home and wardrobe. It’s great for tonal looks or rooms where natural shades is interweaved, creating a soft and harmonious whole. Use these responsibly made pieces for inspiration.

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1. Sculpture 1, Jaye Kim/Sincerely Tommy. 2. Cashmere Capote Coat, Lauren Manoogian. 3. Mini Ivar Cable Bag, Muun/LN-CC. 

4. Regular Dress, MAN-TLE/LN-CC. 5. Cedar Incense Bundle, Kindred Black. 6. Pointelle R-Neck Sweater, Filippa K.

7. Parisian Cotton Net Bag, Mûr Lifestyle. 8. Risom Shirt, Stil. 9. Ravishing Highlighter, Kjaer Weis/Reve En Vert.

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