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The Curriculum Vol. XIV

“I’ve never met a leopard print that I don’t like!” – Diana Vreeland

As we started to consider Holiday 2022, it was the first time in years that a bold, joyous, and exuberant theme felt right.

Only one thing came to mind. Leopard. There has always been something about leopard prints that makes me smile.

Jo Weldon, the author of “Fierce: The History of Leopard Print” wrote:

“Leopard motifs — and feline imagery in general — have been used to signify power, independence and confidence for centuries. Leopards have long been seen as fierce, very resilient animals. I think people feel a primordial connection with them. Felines evoke nocturnal activities and playfulness. All of that goes into the print and, by association, those who wear it.”

Speaking of nocturnal activities and playfulness…

How exciting to have a season ahead that we feel free to embrace fun…and each other. Look to our “Spot On” Gift Guide for over 100 clever, cool, and simply spectacular items that will bring joy…to others and yourself.

We are most thrilled that a percentage of sales from the Spot On Gift Guide, both online and in all of our Galleries, will be donated to Operation Kindness, an organization whose mission is to continue caring for homeless cats and dogs while they find them a loving and responsible home.

To me, this is the true spirit of the holidays.

And don’t forget… leopard is a neutral.

With Gratitude,

Brian Bolke

Brian Bolke, Founder

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