Monday, July 29, 2019

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6 celebrity brides you need to check out for wedding jewellery inspiration

VOGUE India-Dec. 6, 2018
It doesn't matter if you've portrayed bejewelled queens like Kashibai or Padmavati on screen. Turns out, when you play the quintessential Indian bride IRL, you ...
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Fresh From the Spring 2019 Runways, 7 New Jewelry Trends and ... 15, 2018
The It bag is increasingly facing stiff competition. Like Coco Chanel before him, Alessandro Michele's personal penchant for stacking his baubles has really ...
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This Personalized Wedding Jewelry Deserves to Be Your Something ... 5, 2018
During a wedding, you'll never run out of pretty things to look at, but there's also beauty hidden in plain sight — that intangible love shared by the couple and ...
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Attention, 2019 Brides: These Will Be The Year's Biggest Bridal Beauty ... 9, 2018
Have you been keeping up with our Bridal Fashion Week coverage this season? Twice a year, all of your favorite bridal designers showcase their newest ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So, there is at least one type nematicheskogo speech, it is speech
man-manufacturer. Wherever man speaks in order to
to transform reality, and not in order to preserve it as a
this or that way, wherever it it is related to the production of things
the meta-language coincides with the language - object, and the emergence of the myth becomes
impossible. That's why a truly revolutionary language cannot be mythical.
Revolution can be defined as a cathartic act, releasing
the political charge that has accumulated in the world. The revolution CREATES a world and language,
her whole language is functionally involved in this creative act. Myth and Revolution
mutually exclusive, because the revolutionary a word, that is, from
beginning to end, is political, while the mythical word in the source
paragraph is a political statement, and in the end -
naturalized. Just as the abdication of the bourgeoisie from their own
name equally defines bourgeois ideology and myth, and naming
things by their proper names means the presence of revolutionary ideology, and the lack of
any myth-making. The bourgeoisie hides the fact that she was a bourgeoisie, and
thereby produces myth; revolution openly declares itself as
revolution and thereby makes nevozmozhnym the emergence of myths.