Originally Posted by P-K-L
People need several credit cards - they use one to pay off the other.
This one is from Bottega Veneta.
I read an interview with that Bottega Veneta director, a German designer who went to a Waldorf school and wants everything handcrafted. By the way, he has a house in Florida and doesn't want to return to Europe. At least that's what was in the magazine quoted. His models look like he got some inspiration from Eurythmic veils. Your higher financial transaction is cool and sounds like what Steiner claims about the relativity of determination of things - they need each or one another (see his main work, chapter 3), but I ain't got no credit card, just my train and library cards. When I get a job, I can pay off my girlfriend who lends me her credit card to order my new wallet, when I know which one is right. What did you pay for yours, if I'm not getting too close?