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I have traversed the web far and wide in my search for information about the mysterious Estonian leather and iron accessory line Anu Tera, but my search uncovered few words. However, the lack of words was made up for by the vast landscape of achingly beautifully imagery. As I scrolled

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Corey Weidmann is the Seattle-based mastermind behind one of my all-time favourite Etsy stores – Jewelry For The Dead. Using materials that he has sourced from antique stores, streams, forests, rivers and fields, Corey designs and handcrafts every piece himself. The fact that Corey actively hunts for his materials, and

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If you are long time reader of CVLT Nation, then you know that we love all things to do with putting patches or paint on jackets/vest. So it’s no surprise that our favorite instagram this week is Endless Blockades, which is full of awesome pictures of people expressing themselves with

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For my first post here on CVLT Nation, I wanted to focus my attention on Norwegian Rat, a clothing brand from Norway. Named after the formidable, highly destructive and found worldwide Rattus Norvegicus – Norwegian Rat was conceived one mid-winter night in 2009 in Etne, a small village deep in

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This time of year I don’t decorate my house, I don’t listen to Christmas music and drink hot apple cider by a roaring fire every night, I don’t wish every damn stranger a “Happy Holidays” or even the dreaded “Merry Christmas,” but I do agonize and stress over what to get

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Self expression is something that I champion because I know it’s important for humans to be able to show the world their tribe. During the 1950s, that was pretty hard to do if you were a teenager at a when society expected you to play the assimilation game. Fitting in and living

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