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Juice Press Mother Earth, $10.99

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Angelo David Couture Small Travel Paddle Brush, $35

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Angelo David Smooth, $19.50 and Angelo David VOL Spray, $18.50

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Bella Bliss Girls Pony Applique Sweater, $42.50 via Bella Bliss

Lululemon No Limits Tank, $64

Lululemon No Limits Tank, $64

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Fahu Nabi Tablet, $152.39 via Amazon

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Original Pop Chips, $32 for 24 pack

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Robert Marc Sunglasses (in Bottega Veneta case)

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Nancy Leibowitz Boho Chain Necklace, $195 via Nathan and Moe

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Céline Glasses bought at Robert Marc

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Bearded Brothers Bar, 12 for $38.99 via Amazon

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Hermès Kelly

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Nancy Leibowitz Tassle Necklace, $285 via Nathan and Moe

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Gucci Tennis Bag + Prosthesis by A Step Ahead

As the National Spokesperson for the One Step Ahead Foundation, Aviva helps other amputees cope with losing a limb. At six yearsold, Aviva herself was in a tragic accident, and as a result, her left leg was amputated. The One Step Ahead Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to giving children with limb loss positive experiences to build confidence, courage and friendship, increase self-esteem and create a better sense of self-worth, all while giving them a positive experience they will use throughout the rest of their lives. The organization also focuses on helping children get prosthetic limbs who could not otherwise afford them. For more information, visit One Step Ahead.

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  • kindled

    It’s already annoying enough to have to click on the post, click view, and then click “view all,” but I’ve noticed on this article and many more that now you have to click on the post, click view, click to the second page, and only then can you click “view all.” Is this some sort of pandering for clicks? It is absurdly annoying and if it continues will be enough to drive me away from pb.

    • I’m sorry this frustrates you. We’ve been working to make it easier, not harder, to view everything. I will remove the pages on this post to help, and make sure for longer galleries we have an easy way for you to view all if you’d like.

      • kindled

        That would be awesome, thank you, :)

      • This post is on one page now. I’ll talk with Vlad about how to make jumping to the gallery easy while allowing a view all to be accessed more easily.

        I appreciate the feedback and you sticking around and telling us what we are doing wrong and right! It’s always helpful :)

      • Regina George

        Thanks, made it a lot easier to view! The pictures are gorgeous, as usual :) Vlad’s work, I presume?

      • Yes of course, Vlad’s work :)

      • lana

        I wish all the blog posts would be like that! Especially when viewing the “many bags of…” It just makes it more easier to scroll down rather than having to click “next”. ????

  • Carolina

    entirely the same meaning like kindled!!

  • Sarah

    I’m glad you did this feature. Aviva seems to really care about helping others who have prosthesis

  • Rolling stone

    Start working at home with Google! It’s by-far the best job I’ve had. Last Wednesday I got a brand new BMW since getting a check for $6474 this – 4 weeks past. I began this 8-months ago and immediately was bringing home at least $77 per hour. I work through this link, go? to tech tab for work detail

    ?????? JOBS7000.COM

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  • Regina George

    That ipad looks like it’s been through war, did it end up with the leg?

    • We were laughing about the iPad because it is so used, but I love that – Aviva was totally great about us photographing how her iPad really looked, and it’s been through quite a bit! haha

      • ParaSalin

        I’m repeating myself here as I don’t see my first reply. I have an iPad and there is an option for a cracked screen as a screen saver. I used it and my hubs freaked out.

      • Elisa

        Hey, they were there, they touched/saw it. It’s cracked!

  • Purseaholic

    No wallet? I couldn’t live without mine.

    • She legit does not carry a wallet, crazy right?!

      • Purseaholic

        Crazy, crazy. No need for money? ID of any sort? Wowsa!

  • Karen

    The cracked iPad makes her seem like less of a reality star and more of a real person

    • ParaSalin

      The ” cracked iPad” could be a screensaver. I have it as an option on mine.

  • Elisa

    Weirdest purse contents ever because of what’s missing (wallet, lipstick, ID, fragrance, compact, keys) and what’s not (random clothing, the variety of hair products is unnecessary – I’ve crazy hair, and even I don’t carry all of that! Is she getting paid to carry the entire hair kit? HK doll???? Does Mildred carry her lipstick and money? Why isn’t the hair stuff in her gym bag? I’m sorry, it makes no sense! :) But I love the bag!

  • Lily L

    Hey there. I’m in awe with the custom made bag by Cynthia Rose. Any chance I can get it through any online website? Thanks :)

  • SpotOn_SpotOff

    LOL – I have that alligator magnifying glass in one of the top photos :)