Friday, August 9, 2019

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Jewelry Label Spinelli Kilcollin Launches a Wedding Line

Wall Street Journal-Mar. 15, 2017
Last June Yves Spinelli, 42, and Dwyer Kilcollin, 33, co-founders of the Los Angeles–based jewelry label Spinelli Kilcollin, surprised each other with custom ...
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10 Engagement Ring Shopping Tips to Help You Find the Perfect Ring 1, 2017
"The bride-to-be should definitely have an idea of her stone size," says Jaclyne Kirkorian of Jupiter Jewelry in the diamond district of New York. "As much as ...
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Eight Australian jewellery brands to know

Vogue Australia-Nov. 2, 2017
This season's street style has shown us one thing in the way jewellery: anything's a go. From statement to stackable and dainty to minimalist, there's simply no ...
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Eva Fehren's Latest Engagement-Ring Collection Is Totally On Point 25, 2017
... jewelry designer Eva Fehren's bold geometric pieces, so when we heard she was releasing new styles for her engagement-ring and wedding-band collection, ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

To take another example. Suppose I'm sitting in the barbershop, me
last issue of the magazine "Paris-Match". The cover shows a young
African in a French uniform; taking the salute, he looks up,
probably waving the French flag. This is the MEANING of the image. But
no matter how naive I may be, I understand that he wants to tell me
image: it means that France is a great Empire, that all her
sons, regardless of colour, serve faithfully under her banners and what not
the best response to critics of the so-called colonial system, than the zeal
this young African is his so-called oppressors. And
this case before me there is a built-semiological system: here
there is a meaning, which itself is a primary semiological
ARMY); there is the signified (in this case, is the intentional mixing
belonging to the French nation with the military duty); finally, there
The REPRESENTATION of the signified through the signifier.