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Kate Spade and Tory Burch first went head-to-head to woo the hearts of prepdom in digital competence, and now they're throwing up dukes in the paper products category. In this corner, Kate Spade teamed up with Paperless Post to create witty invites and family cards. And now in that other corner, a curated set of Tory Burch prints on holiday cards, thank you notes, address labels, and personalized stationery. Made by Tiny Prints, the cards feature tiny Tory brand images, plus a portion of the proceeds will go to the Tory Burch Foundation, which empowers women and families. Find them here.
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