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  • Fiskars

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    Fiskars Oyj Abp is a Finnish consumer goods company founded in 1649 in Fiskars Village (Finnish: Fiskarsin Ruukki), a locality now in the town of Raseborg, Finland, about 100 kilometres (62 mi) west of Helsinki. Fiskars' global headquarters are located in the Arabianranta district of Helsinki. Fiskars is best known for its orange-handled scissors, created in 1967. The company operates as an integrated consumer goods company and has two strategic business units: SBU Living and SBU Functional.

  • Jamie Durie

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    Jamie Paul Durie OAM is an Australian-born horticulturalist and landscape designer, furniture designer, television host, television producer, and author of eleven books on landscape architecture, garden design and lifestyle. Durie is the founder and director of a design company PATIO Landscape Architecture and Durie Design. Durie is a 2008 Gold Medal winner at Britain's prestigious Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Chelsea Flower Show in Chelsea, London for Australian Garden and designed by Durie. As of 2018, Durie has hosted more than 50 design shows around the world. Durie was the television host of the 2008 Australian lifestyle program The Outdoor Room, broadcast on the Seven Network. He hosted the dynamic design makeover show HGTV Showdown in 2009. Durie hosted the US PBS series The Victory Garden from 2007 to 2010. The show is PBS network's longest-running gardening TV series. Following the end of The Outdoor Room on the Seven Network in 2010, Durie relocated the concept of the series to broadcast on the American HGTV network as The Outdoor Room with Jamie Durie.

  • Mecox

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    Mecox is a collection of eight emporiums selling a variety of antiques, indoor and outdoor furniture, home decor, garden ornaments and accessories. They are known for a large selection of unusual antiques, and an eponymous label of home furnishings both online and in-store. The flagship emporium opened in the village of Southampton, New York on Long Island in the spring of 1996. It sits on three acres of property, previously inhabited by a local garden center. The Southampton, New York store is unique for its extensive garden area filled with outdoor furnishings, plants, and garden ornaments. There are now Mecox stores in Manhattan, West Palm Beach, Los Angeles, Napa, Pittsburgh, Dallas and Houston.

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