Sunday, April 21, 2019

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Get to Know Doryn Wallach Jewelry

JCK-Jul. 14, 2015
Newcomer Doryn Wallach's affinity for Art Deco styling and Hollywood Regency flair is clear to see in her signature style. The New York City–based designer ...
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23 Chic Hair Accessories to Wear On Your Wedding Day (blog)-Jun. 18, 2015
Listen up brides! The eccentric hairpiece is not for everyone, but that doesn't mean you can't add a subtle, personal touch to your bridal 'do. From bobby pins to ...
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French Jeweler Djula Opens First US Boutique in NYC

JCK-Aug. 26, 2015
Corrot's new store aims to better tell the brand's story through Roaring '20s– and Art Deco–inspired aesthetics and plenty of dark-and-light color combinations in ...
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Business as usual for Sona 'fashionistas' 27, 2015
Was it a sincere wish to hear President Aquino deliver his sixth and final State of the Nation Address (Sona), or was it a desire to be seen by millions of Filipinos ...

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Anonymous said...

This setting is the dominance of other works and in the case of pure
internal influence. For example, Petr Bitsilli in your work
I. Aksakovo, whom he considered "the most interesting and significant
a theorist of the nation," outlined the following pattern: "Russian culture
the Slavophiles understood this, and this is their great merit-was the culture
only a thin top layer of the people. Indeed, in fact it is through
such a process is issued to any national culture: it is born in
the social summit, and thence gradually descends. The difference, however,
Russian national-cultural development from any other "normal"
is that layer that is culturally climbed over
others, it was at this moment lifting social relations was in decline and
lost its value as a leader. Russian culture is made and how
culture aristocratic then when he hit the last hour of the Russian
aristocracy" (Bitsilli, P. M. Ivan Sergeyevich Aksakov and his philosophy
nation // Bitsilli, P. M. Selected works on Philology. M., 1996. P. 102-103).