Sunday, April 21, 2019

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The evolution of women's workwear through the decades 29, 2014
history of 20th century office fashion in photos. 1899 ... The women wear a range of blouses, and the woman front-left wears a cardigan and a set of pearls. Their hair is again .... This woman has a thumb ring and layered 'choker' necklaces.

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Roaring '20s-themed weddings have all that jazz

The Times and Democrat-Jul. 28, 2014
Source dresses on Ebay, where silk, pearl and lace-trimmed originals go for as ... You could scrounge flea markets for inexpensive brooches and necklaces to ...

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Back to the seventies! Daisy Lowe and Florence Welsh work retro ...

Daily Mail-Feb. 2, 2014
She added vintage-style accessories with an elaborate gold tasselled shawl and some long gold necklaces and an embroidered red clutch bag. Disco look: ...

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INTERVIEW: Hayley Quinn on Swarovski's UK growth

Professional Jeweller-Oct. 6, 2014
... while coffee table books of the Austrian company's history are stylishly piled for .... with the current trend for stacking rings, bracelets and layered necklaces.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good "reaction" against the excessive abuse
words. Let not be frightened by this newfound author that his forever
want to take the opportunity to speak from the stage. He is allowed to give the actor
the word only when is created a script movements. Necessary to make
theater tablets of the law: the words in the theater only patterns on canvas
movements?" (Ibid.P. 149).
And further: "Pantomime clamps the mouth of the rhetorician, whose place in the Department, and
not in the theater, and juggler says the self-sufficient value of acting
skill: on the expressiveness of gesture, of body language, not only in
dance, but in any scenic position. Juggler requires first
just a mask to more flaps of bright colors attire, braid and more
feathers, more bells, more of everything that gives the play so much
glitz and so much noise" (ibid. P. 150). Here there favorite
familiar word mask, coming from Commedia Dell'arte. In this case
the symbol of the mask, being a rigid structure, to create a soft
the lyrics of improvisation. V. e Meyerholdwrites:
"In the reconstruction of the Old theatre modern Director seems
necessary to start with a pantomime because in these silent plays when
the staging of them opened for actors and Directors all the power of the primary
elements of Theater: the power mask, gesture, movement and intrigue. Mask, gesture,
movement, intrigue completely ignored modern actor" (There
same. P. 151). This, incidentally, allowed B. Alpers to call his book about
the works of V. E. Meyerhold's "theatre of the social mask". He wrote:
"Theatrical mask -- as a rule -- usually expresses ossification
social type, loss them individual traits that make it more alive
his ultimate schematization and community. (...) The mask is always the case
life with crystallized material. It does not allow unresolved
figures, characters with new, unsettled socio-psychological
content, the fate of which has its own development and continuation of life after
final plays" (B. Alpers The theatre of the social mask. - M.-L,
1931. P. 78-79).