Saturday, November 23, 2019

Story image for royal wedding from Irish Independent

Kate Middleton's wedding designer launches bespoke ...

Irish Independent-Jan. 27, 2014
The dressmaker, who created Kate Middleton's flower girl dresses for her 2011 royal wedding to Prince William, has also made creations for royal families in the ...
Story image for royal wedding from Irish Independent

Jennifer Lawrence takes centre stage on magazine cover for ...

Irish Independent-Apr. 8, 2014
Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence might be an international superstar, but she was happy to share the limelight with her sister in law on her wedding day.
Story image for royal wedding from Glamour

Awwwww Alert: Kate Middleton's Favorite Royal Tour ...

Glamour-Apr. 28, 2014
Here's their real royal wedding album, if you're feeling nostalgic!) If you look closely at Kate Middleton's wrist throughout the tour {Because that's not stalker-y at ...
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Grace Kelly's wedding dress inspires Marchesa's new collection 14, 2014
When Grace Kelly walked down the aisle to marry Prince Rainier III of Monaco, the blonde beauty captivated audiences with her show-stopping wedding dress.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The problem of the relationship between art and the perfection of human life
troubled by many great artists, not speaking already about Michelangelo or
Racine, Henry Vagina or George Herbert 31 was relaxed for
least as long as poets and writers became prophets and
saints of the modern world. Some of the modern novelists under pressure
conflict and internal difficulties of every one who devoted himself
the literary work, put this issue in the strongest
Think about the specific position of the novelist in relation to his
work. He acts something like God, entangled in human
weaknesses. He deals with the world of characters he creates, but which
sometimes are stronger than him and whom he knows through himself; however,
their freedom is freedom imagined: in complete contrast to the God
novelist - the author of the evil perpetrated by his creatures. And this imaginary
evil, which is novel (as well as, according to the word of the Holy Apostle John,
"lies in evil" our world) **, is some kind of strange intimacy with the real
evil of our real world - it is an image and sign of this real evil, but
the sign producing the effect which, if opportunity should offer,
to move in the plan of the actual existence of those things
he designates.