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CALVIN KLEIN's new collection has arrived, and now with Raf Simons at the helm, be prepared to invest in some iconic pieces from the legendary 1990s designers. Only a few days ago, we saw American beauty Kaia Gerber walking the Calvin SS18 catwalk in New York, and coincidentally the CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC first pieces have landed on ShopcadeWhen Raf Simons took over CALVIN KLEIN for Fall 2017, he was commended by the fashion scene. 


The show garnered a star-studded front row including A$AP Rocky, Sarah Jessica Parker, Gwyneth Paltrow and Sofia Coppola. With a cinematic feel to the collection, David Bowie's lyrics “This is not America” opened the first show, and models graced the runway in Western shirts, cowboy boots, and Quaker-style oversized parkas. The Bowie lyrics from the show have been used to inspire SSENSE’s editorial shoot for the brand. The “wet” Editorial, shot and styled by Ana and Dank Steiner, also explains that the designer’s debut collection “does not ask to be defined. It is an alloy of work-wear, decadence, and functionality.

”The critically acclaimed Belgian designer has reinvented the all-American label and reinterpreted it to the modern America we know today, getting to the heart of the brand’s DNA. The new ready-to-wear line celebrates the diversity of America, cohabiting cross cultures, and reflects the environments and the coming together of different characters and cultures. Renamed CALVIN KLEIN 05W39NYC, the clothes stick to the original CALVIN KLEIN aesthetic, are simple and minimal, with classic underwear and denim. 

Raf Simons mixes workwear with tailoring, western wear, and marching band uniforms, forming a parade and cross-section of America’s uniqueness. Innovative pieces include coats with plastic coated protection and varsity rib-knit sleeves severed from their sweaters. Following SSENSE’s editorial, the Canadian retailer has launched a capsule collection of CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC pieces including purple knit sleeves, a grey & pink cropped colour block sweater, and a cool black leather biker jacket

Available on Shopcade selected below, or see the full collection here.

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The cat's eye sunnies shape is an ultimate classic - but this season it's getting major buzz in the fashion scene and it this week's Instacrush! You can always count on cat-eye sunglasses to turn a casual outfit into a glam moment. 


Those winged shades have been seen in all variations from exaggerated frames and sparkly stones to frameless bottom ones (take cues from the Illesteva Beyonce wore to the Made In America Music Festival. 

Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid and Kaia Gerber are also behind this rockabilly 90's trend. 

From the amazing Adam Selman x Le Specs pair of pink tinted sunnies to the less spenny Asos sunglasses, slick black to tinted lenses, we've got a great variety on Shopcade. 

Find our selection of amazing cats-eye sunglasses below. 


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Emmanuel Macron vient d’être élu comme le nouveau président de la France et le monde entier avait les yeux braqués sur les résultats, y compris les célébs !


Alors forcement, tout le monde s’est empressé de ramener son grain de sel sur la toile, de Twitter à Instagram. 

Côté chanteuses, Katy Perry, Madonna ou encore Lou Doillon n’hésitent pas à manifester leur joie avec des vidéos. 

Frodon Sacquet (Elijah Wood), Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) et Captain America (Chris Evans) ont quant à eux montré leur soutien au nouveau président avec des tweets.

Évidemment, les politiques ont aussi eu leur mot à dire, d’Hillary Clinton à Justin Trudeau, ils se sont exprimés en 140 caractères.

Découvrez les messages des stars dans la galerie. 

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Obama is off enjoying some well deserved fun in the sun, while the world turns to sh*t. 

TMZ have spotted the former president living it up on the British Virgin Islands with Richard Branson. As you do. 

The president's new *chill* vibe is everything. the cap on backwards proved what we all feared...he is d.o.n.e with the US. 

See the pics above and prepare to miss Obama like you've never missed anyone before...

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Donald Trump has officially taken over as acting President of the United States of America, and he's bringing some radical views into the White House with him. Some of these are detrimental to our LGBTQ fam, and the LGBTQ community made sure that the world notices. 


They held a giant political rally in Washington D. C. on January 21st, promoting women's rights, immigration reform, and LGBTQ rights. To add to the awesomeness, this quickly turned into a global movement, where marches were held all over the US and in many international cities as well, all promoting the same cause. 

Additionally, issues like racial inequality were added to the causes being countered. People all over the globe came together somehow to fight for the rights of people who need liberation. And we think that this day will certainly set itself in history as a day full of warm fuzzies and girl love.

Scroll through our gallery above for some amazing snaps of the rallies across the globe, and check out the Women's March website to find a march near you that you can get involved with! Bring your friends, bring your family, bring your dog. But don't miss a chance to be part of history!

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Meryl Streep delivered a truly inspiring acceptance speech last night at the Golden Globes, where she used her platform to speak out about the current American political climate and how those in the audience should use their influence to protect the press. 


Meryl stated in her speech that "When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose" and almost like clockwork Trump has responded by attempting to belittle her credibility. 

Trump tweeted "Meryl Streep, one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood, doesn't know me but attacked last night at the golden Globes. She is a....Hilary flunky who lost big. For the 100th time, I never "mocked" a disabled reporter (would never do that) but simply showed him...."grovelling" when he totally changed a 16 year old story that he had written in order to make me look bad. Just more very dishonest media".

Yes, this is real life. Yes the President-elect of the USA really did just take to twitter to bad mouth a renowned actress who used her position and freedom of speech to voice concern. Calling her a "flunky" and "overrated", note that in Meryl's speech she never once named Trump nor used derogatory language of a similar ilk. 

Not that we should be surprised right? His constant misogyny has been well documented from "You know, it doesn't matter what the media write as long as you've got a young, and beautiful, piece of ass" to "If Hilary Clinton can't satisfy her husband what makes her think she can satisfy America", and the infamous "grab her by the p***y, you can do anything". 

Now, let's look at the facts. In what way is Meryl Streep overrated, does he know what that word means? She holds the record for the most Academy Award nominations, has won multiple oscars, received an honorary degree from Harvard and many more accolades. By no stretch of the imagination is she overrated. She's a talented, qualified and competent woman- which from experience we know doesn't bode well with Trump. 

Trump seems convinced that he didn't mock a disabled reporter, but if you watch the video in the gallery above it's pretty black and white. Let us know what you think, were Trump's tweets valid or out of order?

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Time Magazine just named Trump their 'Person of the Year', don't spit out your tea, this isn't a joke. The article, which you can read here, is very well written by Michael Scherer, and you almost find yourself understanding his point- but then it dawned on me, the main reason this article is palatable is because Trump's voice is barely heard within it. Which is odd, for a piece which is all about him. But no, instead what you can hear is logic, statistics, ideology and philosophy- with the odd quote from the President Elect thrown in for good measure.

It's easy to make something sound plausible or even positive when it's dressed up enough, statistics of unemployment and the Obama administration's failings try and persuade you that Trump's election is understandable. 

Scherer writes that Trump's campaign was "not a campaign about the effects of tariffs on the price of batteries or basketball shoes. He spoke only of winning and losing, us and them, the strong and the weak. Trump is a student of the tabloids, a master of television. He had moonlighted as a professional wrestler. He knew how to win the crowd. First he needed to define the bad guys. Then he needed to knock them over". 

This statement is true- Trump did play the media into his hand, he uses sensationalist language to win support, but this isn't the issue. Yes, it makes people feel defeated that such showmanship can win over actual merit, but the problem lies more in how and who Trump defines as 'the bad guys'. How he gets people to agree with him is a lesser issue, it's what he's trying to get them to agree with that is scary for a lot of Americans, particularly the minorities. 

Time magazine understand this fear, and the validity of this fear that many hold. But they also understand why Clinton's campaign, and its want to condemn this political darkness, was its biggest downfall. "By seeking to condemn the dark side of politics, Clinton's campaign may have accidentally validated it. By believing in the myth that Obama's election represented a permanent shift for the nation, they proved it was ephemeral. In the end, Trump revealed in these denunciations, which helped him market to his core supporters his determination to smash the existing elite". 

The article finishes on a note of uncertainty "the truth is no one really knows what is going to happen, up to and including the occupants of Trump Tower. 'It's a very exciting time. It's been an amazing time' Trump says, as the country still tries to come to terms with what he accomplished. 'Hopefully we can take some of the drama out'." 

This drama is unlikely to die down, because it was Trump who built his campaign on drama and won because of it. The phrase "you made your bed now sleep in it" springs to mind- because this climate he's created and egged on, where "white supremacists throw out Nazi salutes in Washington meeting halls for their President-elect" is now his mess to run. 

Scherer finishes with this line "It's an America of renewed hope and paralysing fear, a country few expected less than a year ago. Because of Donald John Trump, whatever happens next, it will never be like it was before".

On the surface this piece makes me angry, but when you reach the end it feels comforting- Trump is our person of the year, whether we like it or not, because he's the new president-elect of America. This is the truth, no matter how uncomfortable. 

Time Magazine naming Trump their 'Person of the Year' is apt. It's sensationalised, click-bait and misleading- just like Trump's political tactics. 

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In the wake of the November presidential election results, many Americans are taking to the streets in protest. In the past week, more than 200,000 people have started using the tag #NotMyPresident, the ACLU published a plan for impeachment, and tens of thousands of people are peacefully protesting in major cities. 


10,000 protesters showed up for Anti-Trump protests in New York, with more marching in Chicago, Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, Oakland, and more. A "Million Women" march on Washington is also being organized for Inauguration Day. President-elect Trump is a polarizing politician by any standard, but why exactly are so many people protesting these election results?

Well, a lot of it has to do with the American political system. The presidential race actually includes two votes: a popular vote, and an electoral college vote. The popular vote is by the people - 1 citizen, 1 vote. Simple democracy, right? Except that the president is not chosen by popular vote. Instead of being based off the popular vote, the president is elected only based on the electoral college vote. So what exactly is the electoral college?

The electoral college is a small group of private individuals. They are not voted in by citizens, nor do they work their way up to their positions. Instead, they are appointed by state legislatures, in closed-door meetings. In total, there are 583 electors from all 50 states. That means that only 583 people, instead of the 319,000,000 US citizens, get to decide on the president.

Most of the time, the electoral college vote and the popular vote turn out the same way - with a few notable exceptions. The only four elections in all United States history to have this conflict happened in 1824, 1876, 1888, and 2000. This year's election marks only the fifth time in the nation's history that the electoral college vote contradicted the popular vote. 

While there was some backlash on these occasions, it does not compare to the scope of this year's protests. In fact, these protests are completely unheard of for a modern American presidency, according to Douglas Brinkley, professor of presidential history at Rice University. 

Douglas stated that there have not been widespread demonstrations on this scale since Abraham Lincoln's election in 1860. After President Lincoln won only about 40 percent of the popular vote, protests across the country broke out spontaneously, he added.

The popular vote this year, while not entirely counted yet, is widely attributed to Hillary Clinton, who had literally 1,000,000 more votes than Trump - polls now put her at 61 million voters, and him at 60 million. Could this be what is angering protesters? 

Bernie Sanders, who lost the Democratic nomination to Clinton, had the following to say: "We have a First Amendment. People are angry. People are upset. And they want to express their point of view that they are very frightened, in very, very strong disagreement with Mr. Trump, who has made bigotry the cornerstone of his campaign. I think that people are saying, ‘Mr. Trump, we have come too far in this country fighting discrimination and bigotry. We’re not going back. And if you’re going to continue that effort, you’re going to have to take us on.’

Nevada Senator Harry Reid agreed with him, saying "If this is going to be a time of healing, we must first put the responsibility for healing where it belongs: at the feet of Donald Trump, a sexual predator who lost the popular vote and fueled his campaign with bigotry and hate. Winning the electoral college does not absolve Trump of the grave sins he committed against millions of Americans. Donald Trump may not possess the capacity to assuage those fears, but he owes it to this nation to try.”

In the past few days, many people - most notably California Senator Barbara Boxer - have been calling for the end of the electoral college. According to Boxer, the electoral college is an "outdated, undemocratic system that does not reflect our modern society." She added, "When all the ballots are counted, Hillary Clinton will have won the popular vote by a margin that could exceed two million votes, and she is on track to have received more votes than any other presidential candidate in history except Barack Obama. This is the only office in the land where you can get more votes and still lose the presidency."

This is not the first time that Americans have tried to abolish the electoral college. In fact, a 1969 amendment to do so did pass the House Representative Committee, then was approved by President Nixon, but finally lost in the Senate, by only two votes. In fact, opposition to the electoral college is so widespread that in November 2012, Donald Trump himself tweeted, "The electoral college is a disaster for democracy" - garnering 96,000 'likes' and 138,000 retweets. After his nomination, Trump was quick to recount his earlier words, tweeting "The electoral college is actually genius".

In the divided nation, many disagree with the protesters. Robert Pittinger, a Congressman from North Carolina, said about the protesters "The grievance in their minds, the animus, the anger – they hate white people because white people are successful and they’re not." Ted Cruz agreed, stating that protesters are just "leftist agitators who crossed the line, who are trying to silence a voice they don't like."

Donald Trump responded to the protests, telling the nation, "Don't be afraid. We are going to bring our country back. But certainly, don't be afraid." When asked why people were protesting, he replied "That's only because they don't know me. I just don't think they know me." Police have been attempting to end the protests by using tear gas on crowds of men, women, and children, and arresting over 100 people nationwide so far.

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On November 9th, the day after the US Presidential Election, Oscar-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin - a writer for The Social Network, West Wing, The News Room, and Moneyball - penned a touching letter to his daughter.


Weirdly, he addressed it to "Sorkin Girls," though he just has the one daughter, 15-year-old Roxy. We think he meant to include his ex-wife, laywer Julia Bingham? He should have double-checked his letter for typos, since Julia is neither a Sorkin nor a girl. Anyway, the letter is an emotional reminder to always keep fighting inequalities, even in the face of stunning defeats. 

Sorkin is a noted Democrat. He routinely donates money to Democrat candidates, and was part of the anti-Bush campaign in 2004, teaming up with MoveOn, along with Rob Reiner, to do commercials.  

He was a supporter of Obama, and is sad to see him go (as are millions of Americans!) But what's more tragic is his elected replacement, Trump. Trump has been preaching hate, and his public vitriol has brought out the worst in America.  

However, Americans are pushing back against hate! Instead of focusing on the awful things that the president elect has promised to do, many people are choosing to spend their energy on positive things.  

In dark times, it's important to seek out the happy things in life and not let yourself get too bummed out. True, the national election has gone down a dark road, but local elections have seen some wonderful changes around the country, and it's lovely to see people standing up to support each other.

Roxy is just 15, but she's already politically aware, and has posted pro-Bernie sentiments on her Instagram. She's pretty typical of her generation, since teens are becoming more involved in politics. In fact, of voters aged 18-25, the overwhelming majority voted blue! This means that as time marches forward, we'll see fewer Trumps elected. How's that for a bright side?

Give Sorkin's letter a read below, and feel free to post your opinion in the comments! If you're feeling inspired, shop the classic Sorkin look - including iconic glasses - below...

Sorkin Girls,

Well the world changed late last night in a way I couldn’t protect us from. That’s a terrible feeling for a father. I won’t sugarcoat it—this is truly horrible. It’s hardly the first time my candidate didn’t win (in fact it’s the sixth time) but it is the first time that a thoroughly incompetent pig with dangerous ideas, a serious psychiatric disorder, no knowledge of the world and no curiosity to learn has.

And it wasn’t just Donald Trump who won last night—it was his supporters too. The Klan won last night. White nationalists. Sexists, racists and buffoons. Angry young white men who think rap music and Cinco de Mayo are a threat to their way of life (or are the reason for their way of life) have been given cause to celebrate. Men who have no right to call themselves that and who think that women who aspire to more than looking hot are shrill, ugly, and otherwise worthy of our scorn rather than our admiration struck a blow for misogynistic shitheads everywhere. Hate was given hope. Abject dumbness was glamorized as being “the fresh voice of an outsider” who’s going to “shake things up.” (Did anyone bother to ask how? Is he going to re-arrange the chairs in the Roosevelt Room?) For the next four years, the President of the United States, the same office held by Washington and Jefferson, Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt, F.D.R., J.F.K. and Barack Obama, will be held by a man-boy who’ll spend his hours exacting Twitter vengeance against all who criticize him (and those numbers will be legion). We’ve embarrassed ourselves in front of our children and the world.

And the world took no time to react. The Dow futures dropped 700 points overnight. Economists are predicting a deep and prolonged recession. Our NATO allies are in a state of legitimate fear. And speaking of fear, Muslim-Americans, Mexican-Americans and African-Americans are shaking in their shoes. And we’d be right to note that many of Donald Trump’s fans are not fans of Jews. On the other hand, there is a party going on at ISIS headquarters. What wouldn’t we give to trade this small fraction of a man for Richard Nixon right now?

So what do we do?

First of all, we remember that we’re not alone. A hundred million people in America and a billion more around the world feel exactly the same way we do.

Second, we get out of bed. The Trumpsters want to see people like us (Jewish, “coastal elites,” educated, socially progressive, Hollywood…) sobbing and wailing and talking about moving to Canada. I won’t give them that and neither will you. Here’s what we’ll do…

…we’ll fucking fight. (Roxy, there’s a time for this kind of language and it’s now.) We’re not powerless and we’re not voiceless. We don’t have majorities in the House or Senate but we do have representatives there. It’s also good to remember that most members of Trump’s own party feel exactly the same way about him that we do. We make sure that the people we sent to Washington—including Kamala Harris—take our strength with them and never take a day off.

We get involved. We do what we can to fight injustice anywhere we see it—whether it’s writing a check or rolling up our sleeves. Our family is fairly insulated from the effects of a Trump presidency so we fight for the families that aren’t. We fight for a woman to keep her right to choose. We fight for the First Amendment and we fight mostly for equality—not for a guarantee of equal outcomes but for equal opportunities. We stand up.

America didn’t stop being America last night and we didn’t stop being Americans and here’s the thing about Americans: Our darkest days have always—always—been followed by our finest hours.

Roxy, I know my predictions have let you down in the past, but personally, I don’t think this guy can make it a year without committing an impeachable crime. If he does manage to be a douche nozzle without breaking the law for four years, we’ll make it through those four years. And three years from now we’ll fight like hell for our candidate and we’ll win and they’ll lose and this time they’ll lose for good. Honey, it’ll be your first vote.

The battle isn’t over, it’s just begun. Grandpa fought in World War II and when he came home this country handed him an opportunity to make a great life for his family. I will not hand his granddaughter a country shaped by hateful and stupid men. Your tears last night woke me up, and I’ll never go to sleep on you again.

Love, Dad

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As America becomes the butt of its own joke within the international community, it's pretty clear that at this point, patriots at home and abroad are either celebrating or feeling full of despair. 

The race to the White House has felt longer and more divisive than ever before but now that the Great Sh*t Show of 2016 has reached its climax, the American people can look forward to Inauguration Day on January 20th, when they'll have either moved to Canada or purchased a copy of Russian for Beginners.

Scroll right through our gallery above to see how celebrities - not the lame ones like Tila Tequila or Kirstie Alley - are reacting to news of Trump's victory.

Considering that the majority of you were likely to have stayed up to watch the drama unfold, a play-by-play of last night's events aren't necessary. 

Trump's victory speech - which you can watch in full in the video above - saw him offer commiserations to Hillary Clinton and her family, thank his supporters, and pledge to be a president for "all of Americans" from "all races, religions, backgrounds, and beliefs..."

Perhaps concerned about the divide within the country, Trump's victory speech made no mention of the wall he intended to have built along America's southern border that he wants to Mexico to pay for. The Donald also politely refrained from any "locker-room talk" and mentions of "p*ssy grabbing." 

Given that Trump's campaign for the presidency was fuelled by anti-establishment anger, can his administration really give the people what he promised? 

As Michael Moore put it in his recent documentary Michael Moore in TrumpLand, "When the rightfully angry people of Ohio and Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin find out after a few months in office that President Trump wasn't going to do a damn thing for them, it'll be too late to do anything about it."

Several important issues hang in the balance: Do #BlackLivesMatter to Trump? Will there be mass deportations? If not, what will be the extent of the potentially violent uproar among gun toting, die-hard Trump supporters should he fail to deliver? Who will move to Canada first, Miley Cyrus or Lena Dunham? And lastly, WHEN WILL WE SMASH THE GLASS CEILING? 

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Let's talk about one of the biggest stories in the news lately: the ongoing fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline. The pipeline is a gigantic project, designed to carry 500,000 barrels of crude oil from North Dakota. 


The project -which is funded by America's colossal banks, including Citibank, Bank of America, HSBC, Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, and JPMorgan Chase - has drawn criticism for ignoring environmental regulations and for destroying Native American land. The pipeline has been unfolding disastrously; after skipping required environmental tests, the construction crews barreled through sacred Standing Rock Sioux land, digging up burial sites, and refusing to let people in to recover the bones. 

People across the nation, including over 100 Native American tribes and environmentalists like The Sierra Club, have been protesting the pipeline for several months. Back in September, the protests made the news for rampant brutality. Security forces at the site used pepper spray on protesters, then released attack dogs on them. Then, journalist Amy Goodman was arrested just for reporting on the protests! This was part of a big push by the banking corporations to keep this story out of the news. They charged Goodman with criminal trespassing, then rioting, but could not get either charge to stick. 

Then again just this month, Shailene Woodley, the young actress who rose to fame through "The Fault in Our Stars" and "Divergent", was arrested at a protest and charged with criminal trespassing. What does it mean for us? As we were shocked to see in the 2010 documentary "Gasland", oil companies have done some serious damage to our country. We watched American citizens light their tap water on fire, straight out of the sink. Thanks to harmful oil extraction processes, water crises have been rocking the U.S. These protests show the growing concern about the harm this pipeline could cause.

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If you're a travel buff, you know how difficult it is to come to a conclusion as to where to visit for a vacay this year. But like always, we have got that bit covered for you. 


Below we have put together a list of four travel destinations that are not only scenic but also very interesting.  

Istanbul, Turkey 
If you love Europe and Asia then chances are you'd definitely love Istanbul. Throughout this vibrant city, you'll find centuries-old mosques, churches and markets happily co-existing with modern restaurants, galleries and nightclubs. 

Tokyo, Japan 
This technologically advanced place is a regular favourite among travellers. The country has set an ambitious goal of doubling their tourism by 2020 by improving and updating their infrastructure (yes, all the techy jazz!) and constantly redefining its national culture. It's a must visit for all food lovers! 

Mexico City 
Although Mexico's beaches have always been big draws for tourists, it's not the country's capital that's drawing people. It's the history, architecture and food that we are talking about! If you're travelling between the U.S. and South America, consider planning a layover in Mexico to experience all the magic! 

Havana 
It isn't surprising that Cuba is a huge attraction for travellers. The first pleasure cruise and commercial flights left Florida this year for Cuba and the first U.S. owned hotel in 60 years opened its doors in Havana, which has attracted mostly youngsters between the ages of 20-35. 

Toronto, Canada 
Canada has a major food movement that you would love to be a part of! And if you're a Hockey fan, what other place to be than Toronto? This city is home to the Hockey Hall of Fame which you must visit if you're a fan. Let's not forget the indie music and art scene in Toronto which is so highly talked about. 

Still haven't crystallised your holiday plans? Well, trust us and consider these options for your next vacacy. And while you are at it definitely check out howdini's video on packing tips, they are super handy!

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