Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Story image for bridal jewelry from San Francisco Chronicle

Romancing the stones: Designers reinvent bridal jewelry

San Francisco Chronicle-Jan. 26, 2018
Going from making major moola at Manhattan finance firms to designing jewelry out of your apartment may not be the smartest career move in the world.
Story image for bridal jewelry from Professional Jeweller

TOP FIVE: Industry experts highlight key bridal jewellery trends for 2018

Professional Jeweller-Feb. 12, 2018
The Diamond Store chief executive officer, Gary Ingram, shares on this year's bridal jewellery trends: “We are already seeing the top of trend of 2018: Meghan ...
Story image for bridal jewelry from GoodHousekeeping.com

Meghan Markle Is Wearing Queen Mary's Diamond Bandeau Tiara at ...

GoodHousekeeping.com-May 7, 2018
It currently belongs to Queen Elizabeth II, who lent it to Meghan for her wedding day. The bride paired the tiara with a Cartier bracelet and earrings set in ...
Story image for bridal jewelry from InStyle

3 Pieces of Jewelry Meghan Markle Will Wear on Her Wedding Day

InStyle-May 16, 2018
Meghan is a bit of a style renegade, when compared with other royals. But there are a few things we can predict about the jewelry she'll wear on her wedding ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

the Development of advertising, a large press, illustrated editions, not
to mention the countless remnants of communicative rituals (rituals
command in society) makes it more urgent than ever, creating
the scope of semiology as a science. How often do we day find ourselves in such a situation,
WHERE THERE IS NO VALUE? Very rarely, sometimes never. Here I am standing on the shore
the sea is, of course, carries no message, but on the Bank - how much
semiological material: flags, slogans, signals, signboards, clothes, even
the tan on the bodies - all this was given to me as a set of statements.

the concept of the WORD is one of the most controversial in linguistics. I
I use this term for the sake of simplicity.

I underline: in Spain, as in France, the increase
the living standards of the petty bourgeoisie resulted in the flourishing of the whole
"mythological" architecture, presented in rustic buildings
Basque style