Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from New York Times

When 'the Dress' Turns Into 5 or 6

New York Times-Dec. 12, 2009
SARAH NIANOURIS found the perfect wedding dress. Then she continued shopping. Why, she can't say. But she fell in love with another, then another, then ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from People Magazine

Christina Hendricks Marries in New York

People Magazine-Oct. 11, 2009
The bride wore a Carolina Herrera ivory fils coupe gown, and the couple ... When they went ring shopping earlier this year, the two knew they had a match.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

Boris Becker goes wedding dress shopping with his fiancée ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 4, 2009
They say its bad luck for the groom to see the bride's dress before the wedding, so let's hope that Boris Becker wasn't looking when he accompanied his fiancée ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from New York Daily News

Penelope Cruz meeting with designers to create wedding ...

New York Daily News-Nov. 29, 2009
Penelope Cruz is reportedly shopping around for a designer to make her wedding gown. According to In Touch Weekly, the 35-year-old actress, who is ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

which depict this profile also lies in the plane
exaltation. Their job is to proclaim the power of the represented.
And again a new semiotic turn of the same story. Modern coins
P. Florensky considers coins visual. Antique coin point
on "eastermost"its space -- motor eastermost, and
coin artistically can be understood only in the perception of its muscular
sense" (P. 167). And further: "the Coin is unimaginable still lying in the hand or
just wedged between the fingers: it "certainly rotated, and, moreover,
repeatedly, it moves under your fingers, we want to turn her and her
I want to be pivotable; and a profile image it is
an artistic technique to tell us this movement is known for coercion and
to show his intent and meaning" (P. 167-168). And again
Florensky symbolizes that it would not be a symbolization
even tactile motion work in his symbolization.
In an unpublished during his life work, the dictionary of symbols "Symbolarium" in
the only finished article in the "Point" of P. Florensky reiterates
to visual communication. It emphasizes the special nature of the visual
images, saying that "in the epoch of cultures, under seemingly the most
heyday, affects a certain attraction to visual forms image
concepts in which visual images become a way of expressing
abstract concepts simple and complex and in which the specific image
become signs and symbols of ideas" (P. FlorenskySymbolarium
(Dictionary of symbols). Vol.1. Dot / Nekrasova E. A.Unrealized
the idea of the 1920-ies the creation of "Symbolarium'a" (dictionary of symbols) and its
the first issue of "the Point" // Monuments of culture. New, open. 1982. - L.
1984. P. 100).
Thus Florensky quite harshly criticized the symbolism,
who was unable to perform a number of important studies within the framework of their interests:
"analysis of characters as ideographic characters, servants to
play concepts left to us as heritage of the past cultural
eras and now spontaneously emerging, this work was not
produced at all