Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Bustle

15 Iconic Dresses That Contributed To Fashion History More ...

Bustle-Mar. 17, 2015
If there's one thing that the now famous black and blue dress has proved, it is the potential that fashion has on history and pop culture. The piece went from an ...
Story image for iconic gown from Observer

The Recipe for Scoring a Perfectly Iconic Vintage Dress

Observer-Nov. 3, 2015
Mr. Banks-Blaney was in New York recently to discuss his new book Iconic Dresses (Quadrille, $35). He measured out the ingredients for what makes a vintage ...
Story image for iconic gown from HELLO! Canada

Wedding dress inspiration from the Oscar red carpet

HELLO! Canada-Feb. 23, 2015
Lady Gaga certainly made a statement with her Alaia gown. ... for a shimmering white billowing ball gown – an iconic shape in the world of wedding dresses.
Story image for iconic gown from Daily Mail

From Kate Middleton's Alexander McQueen gown to Jenna ...

Daily Mail-Jul. 13, 2015
The iconic wedding dress, which cost more than $400,000 and was created by Alexander McQueen's head designer Sarah Burton, mirrored the gown worn by ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

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But in philosophy and especially natural scientists who are engaged in theoretical understanding of the process of cognition of the physical world, without reservations accepted another position. The theory explains and organizes the world of facts, or at least some of them. Against it is as difficult to argue. The history of science provides plenty of examples to verify the correctness of both, i.e. in the objective existence of empirical fact that predetermine different theories, and objective existence of the theory, which determines the content of the fact. However, here it is necessary to make a significant reservation. In the latter case, the existence itself of the fact is not disputed, but its content is formed in the mind by the existing theory.
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