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His interior design style could be defined as hobby-shop chic.
Where they differ is in passenger capacity, indoor cooking space, and chic extras like Recon’s touchscreen and shower.
When fashion and technology combine, the result is usually a chic product at the end.
With three locations across the country, including one in a northern mountainous region with stunning views of Kazbegi, the brand has become known among savvy travelers for an ultra-modern, smart design it calls “industrial chic.”
The brand’s chic universal basic and denim lines have a small brick and mortar footprint than its mother brand making 40% of its sales online.
Now his colouring is chic, capricious, and coquettish, now it is that of the most delicate faded Gobelin tapestry.
He was a nice smart looking young gentleman, and he had with him a lady, well dressed and very chic.
MRS. VANDERSTEIN'S JEWELSMRS. CHARLES BRYCE
This makes his manner serious and masculine—rescues it from the thinness of tricks and the coquetries of chic.
PICTURE AND TEXTHENRY JAMES
He was a practical young fellow, and if he wanted a mansion, without which no artist is chic, he meant it to bring him an income.
THE IMMORTALALPHONSE DAUDET
I loathe the ‘last chic, the little indefinable touches that give a toilet,’ and so forth!
THE SQUIRREL-CAGEDOROTHY CANFIELD

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