Monday, April 22, 2019

Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from The Crown Chronicles (press release)

Meghan's choice: Which tiara will she choose for her wedding day?

The Crown Chronicles (press release)-May 20, 2018
... on top of the head, and another to wear across the forehead in a 1920's style. ... Originally a necklace that she received from her husband as a ... Finished off with a large, central pearl and two smaller pearls at the base, this ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from

In My Jewellery Box: Dinny Hall 30, 2015
... from the 1950s – it's like an old-fashioned pearl necklace in the way it ... It's an antique diamond from the 1920s – you can tell by the old cut; ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from

10 Things to Know About Anni Albers 11, 2018
... where she studied in the 1920s, this exhibition sheds light on the breadth ... blouses, occasionally accessorised with a string of pearls, a beret or a headscarf. ... Take the necklaces she made in the 1940s – on show at Tate ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from OCRegister

'Gatsby' designer looks to capture decadence

OCRegister-May 7, 2013
Daisy rips off a $350,000 pearl necklace given to her by fiancĂ© Tom ... that were a riff on, rather than a literal interpretation of, 1920s style.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

M. M. Bonch-Tomashevsky also drew their attention to cabaret as
a new type of theatrical activity. "We cannot deny the importance
provided by the theatricality of denial on the modern stage. Acting
other unusual techniques, looking in the archive of the old forgotten methods
cabaret psychologically caused much of what underlies the pursuit of new
theatre. Cabaret was the first place where the principle of stage ramp was replaced
the principle of the atmosphere of the show, spilled all over the auditorium, and
the "famous" Professor Max Reinhardt, fascinating modern Europe and its
productions in which an important role plays the action in the audience, learned
this principle, of course, in cabaret, where he began his career?
(Bonch-Tomashevsky MM. Theatre of parody and grimaces (Cabaret) // Mask. -
1912-1913. - No 5. P.21).
M. M. Bonch-Tomashevsky several poisonous defines cabaret as
place of losers from art, "valve through which finds
the output of bile and anger unrecognized poets, artists ridiculed, persecuted
composers" (ibid. P. 24). Therefore, the repertoire of the original whole
a negative nature.