Portland’s Stephanie Simek

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!--paging_filter--pBack in the day, I owned a small online boutique that I stocked with apparel, accessories and art from small indie businesses from the Pacific Northwest. One of my fave finds was Portland jeweler (artist? genius?), a href="http://stephaniesimek.com/" target="_blank"Stephanie Simek/a, whose false eyelash and real quail’s egg necklaces were some of my inventory./p
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pSimek and I recently reconnected and she sent me a sample of her newest product, a perfume called Grey Garden, redolent with rose, heady with bergamot and the perfect winter scent to transport you to the warmth of a summer garden. Ever the innovator, for a limited time, Grey Garden comes with a set of assorted pressed flower temporary tattoos./p
pCheck out Simek’s other rad products, including her cheeky Spearrings, a href="http://stephaniesimek.com/wearables/" target="_blank"here/a./p
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