Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Daily Beast

Gucci Museo: Fashion Brand's New Florence Museum ...

Daily Beast-Sep. 27, 2011
... to the Florentine artisans who developed so many of its iconic products. ... The inaugural exhibition includes red carpet gowns from 2010 and 2011, worn by ...
Story image for iconic gown from Mirror.co.uk

Kate Middleton royal wedding dress to go on display at ...

Mirror.co.uk-Jun. 6, 2011
William and Kate's wedding cake, created by cake designer Fiona Cairns, will be shown in the State Dining Room to complement the wedding dress exhibition.
Story image for iconic gown from hellomagazine.com

Royal wedding: Jasper Conran mentioned in connection with ...

hellomagazine.com-Apr. 13, 2011
And if rumours circulating in the fashion world are to be believed, Kate Middleton has ordered three wedding dresses to make sure no one can guess what she ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

At the very moment when modern thought managed
to reject as Chimera not the Genesis of that described in the eighteenth century,
she set the matter of first principle, a very complex and very
tangled. The problems this has served as justification for our
the experience of time; and it is on this basis have arisen since the nineteenth century
all attempts elavil in the Kingdom of man that could be it
the beginning and renewal, removal, and source availability
return and end. Indeed, modern thought has set
this attitude to the first principle, which, in fact, turned out to be right
the opposite for things and for humans: thus, it
sanctioned, however, neutralizing them, and maintaining
the right of protest, the positivist desire to enter
human time inside time of things, thus
to restore the unity of time and make the first principle of the ordinary
an event, a notch in a sequential series of living beings
(by placing this principle and with it the emergence of culture and
the dawn of civilization to the stream of biological evolution); it
sanctioned simultaneously opposite and complement
desire-to smooth time man's perception of things
his knowledge about them, the science that he is able thus
to build (so, although the beginning of a person placed in time
things, however, his individual or cultural time
allows-within the psychological or historical Genesis
- to determine the moment when things first find a look
its own truth). In each of these two trends
the first principle of things and the first principle of man are subordinated to each other;