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Rock superstar Tina Turner who said that her life was

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The photo on eBay

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Broderie anglaise shirt, £2,080 and skirt, £2,260, both by Louis Vuitton, 160 New Bond Street, London W1, 020-7758 9288; night-time crystal Bracelet, £190, by Swarovski, Swarovski.com
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<p>Bright and bold, these geometric shapes and poster-paint colours will stand out against either a dark or colourful outfit.</p>

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