Monday, April 22, 2019

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How the way we dress for work has changed over the last 100 years

INSIDER-Feb. 15, 2019
As the 1920s emerged, women sported shorter haircuts and more boyish ... began to add more feminine touches, like bows and necklaces. ... In the 1950s, many working women paired simple, sleek sweaters with pearls.
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How Karl Lagerfeld made Chanel the biggest designer name in the ... 19, 2016
This article was originally published in 2016 but has been republished upon the death of Karl Lagerfeld aged 85. “Once upon a time Chanel was old hat. It was ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from Vanity Fair

Maria Lani Was the Muse of Modernist Masters—Then She Vanished ...

Vanity Fair-Aug. 9, 2018
Paris in the 1920s was après-guerre—lucent, lively, a whirlpool of talent and ..... But she has eyes as translucent as mother-of-pearl, and her mouth is rouged, ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from New York Times

Augusten Burroughs's Love Affair With Jewelry

New York Times-Dec. 5, 2016
And I'll only purchase pre-Mikimoto pearls. ... emerald jade necklace dating from the 1920s that he found while sleuthing in New Hampshire.

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an important person, the power of motion, stiffness, flatulence;
sentimentalism and softness are replaced by formalism, dryness and sometimes
heartless cruelty" (Ibid. P. 183). And further: "From this point
the view is not accidental is the fact that the establishment of the cult, rituals, words, shapes
clothing, etc., appearing in all spheres of public life-in the field
religion, law, military, pedagogical, political, etc." (There
same. P. 183-184).
Semiotics today, it seems, did not solve the problem of the influence of
the context of the mark as busy the opposite effect. P. A. Sorokin
highlights: "when all is said not to be a paradox situation: change from
a number of individuals form, would deprive them of external symbolic tokens -- the shoulder straps,
the uniform, sword, cross, medals, etc. -- and you will change their minds.
How many people -- political prisoners -- felt this change
experiences, when they wore the prisoner's jacket. How many military
generals, officers "immediately transformed", when they ripped the shoulder straps and
dressed them in civilian clothes. Bare despot -- and you will make him miserable, and
mere mortals. Surround, put mere mortal lush signs
dignity -- and before you born bossy, self-righteous, proud tyrant,
or the Lord. The same applied to sonic characters. Take for
example titles: "Your Excellency", "Excellency", etc. How much
people "spiritually reborn" with the title of "His Excellency",
the "count" or "Prince". How many mere mortals began to feel
otherwise, after they became "Hofmeister" or "governors".
As was very pleasant to many officials the title of "Your Excellency",
respectfully spoken doorman psychologist" (Ibid. P. 184-185).
After describing, symbolically, the conductors can influence the psychology
man, P. A. Sorokin begins to analyze the phenomenon of "fetish
symbolic conductors". He believes that repeated use of
symbolic of the conductor can do his "something valuable, Holy, and
self-sufficient" (ibid. P. 185). Its material, the real essence
is replaced by the symbolic. "In the psyche of people disappear the idea that the flag itself
myself-nothing that his value-derivative value. This thought involuntarily
replaced by another, consisting in attributing to the flag value.