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View Tiffany & Co.'s Jazz Age-inspired 'Great Gatsby' collection (blog)-May 8, 2013
These items of importance - an homage to the Art Deco jewels so prevalent in the ... Mulligan), and an ostentatious pearl necklace for Myrtle Wilson (Isla Fisher).

Get the look: The Great Gatsby 6, 2013

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Statement necklaces: What's your style?

OCRegister-Jun. 4, 2013
Dressing up a simple sheath or amping up the style volume on a classic white T-shirt was never easier. Chunky collars, art deco details and rhinestone bibs are ...
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ArtfixDaily (blog)-Dec. 2, 2013
Diamond and Natural Pearl Pin/Pendant, set in platinum. .... (c.1958) at Magen H Gallery; a lacquered pear wood art deco cabinet by Jean Pascaud (c.1933) at ...
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'Gatsby' designer looks to capture decadence

OCRegister-May 7, 2013
It's based on several archival sketches and embodies the art deco spirit. ... Daisy rips off a $350,000 pearl necklace given to her by fiancĂ© Tom Buchanan and ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

ONE of the problems
interest V. Solovyeva in called work, that's how
Spain becomes the bearer of "diabolical beginning of religious violence". It
compares the situation with Russian history. "Nothing prevented the Spaniards
to treat the subject the Moors, as, for example, our much
less cultural ancestors reacted to conquer the Tatars of Kazan and
Astrakhan Kingdom, namely, to leave them to live quietly in their places in the
as equal citizens. After all, did even pagan Rome..."
(P. 216). The tasks of the Inquisition was to combat "alien":
"To bring religious and political "sedition" of the Spanish power,
to bring everyone to a common denominator -- that is the Supreme goal. All were brought in
the victim of the external unity of the Orthodox powers" (P. 219). V. Solovyovsame
stands for the preservation of a cultural paradigm. In the Preface to "Three
the talk," (his latest book), he says:
"Our remaining restrictions on religious freedom -- one of the most
big for me heart pain, because I see and feel how
all of these external restraints is harmful and painful not only for those
exposed, but mainly for Christian business in Russia, and
therefore, for the Russian people, and hence for the Russian
of the state"