Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for vintage jewelry from Hollywood Reporter

'Downton Abbey' Costume Designer on Using Vintage Jewels ...

Hollywood Reporter-Sep. 19, 2019
'Downton Abbey' Costume Designer on Using Vintage Jewels, Replicated Queen ... London-based vintage jewelry specialist Sophie Millard also contributed ...
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Love Letters for Lynn Yaeger: The Industry Icon and CFDA ...

Vogue.com-May 30, 2019
Her eclectic look often involves a few layers of tulle petticoats, mismatched florals, ballet flats, and a pile of antique jewelry, plus her signature bob and “Kewpie ...
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How the Moon Landing Changed Jewelry History

TownandCountrymag.com-Jul. 17, 2019
Jewelry has long been influenced by the cosmos,” Lee Sigelson reminds us. ... Jewelry scholar and vintage dealer Mahnaz Ispahani also points to the 1970s ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

methodologically, it uses a very important word - reconstruction.
It is this point of view raises a different level of the proposed analysis.
Attention to audience, behavior (i.e., the least preserved
the theatrical element model of a period) is typical for
historians of the theatre. So, Sergey Ignatov writes about the Spanish audience:
"The audience was very strict and demanding critic. He saw and heard on
the scene is familiar stuff -- folk dances, ancient romances -- and was able to
make sense of them. Errors in the reading of poems, the wrong accent, wrong
set the caesura -- all this aroused the protest of the audience. All foreign
travellers celebrate the extraordinary responsiveness of the auditorium, and
also high theatrical culture of the spectator" (Ignatov S. Spanish
theatre of XVI-XVII centuries. -- M.-L., 1939. P. 128; see also: S. Ignatov
The history of the Western theater of the new time. -- Moscow-Leningrad, 1940). Here
introduced two important components of the analysis: the viewer sees the familiar, in
the result dramatically increases the level of art; and also the fact that the main
array observations provide foreigners who, as external observers,
see more and differently.
There is a separate Chapter "Theatre audience" in A. S. Bulgakov,where
you can read about the placement of the audience, on the composition of theatre audiences and
the behavior of the audience in the theater during the performance. Reading the description of the behavior
the aristocratic audience, we will remember Eugene Onegin "As
here not to watch the show, but mainly to yourself
to show these fashionistas kept very carelessly. They were not considered anything
interfere with others not only to listen to the play, but to see what is happening on stage"
(Bulgakov A. S. Theatre and theatrical public of London era
flourishing trade of capitalism. -- L., 1929. S. 148; in the Appendix to the book
this also transfers to the theme "Golden youth in the theatre", "the Behavior of women in
theaters", etc.).
We give also very important I. Aksenov onthe viewer
Elizabethan times: "the Audience was diverse, and to play
liked all, had to show it to each of the audience what he
would like to see. Putting on the screen the species, strong drama and Comedy with
continuous laughter, our cinema obeyed the same