Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Hollywood Reporter

Hip Pads, Prosthetic Chins, Dips in Sub-Zero Lakes: The ...

Hollywood Reporter-Nov. 19, 2011
She was unsure if she could do justice to such an iconic character ... reproduction of a white gown Monroe had worn in the movie, which Williams had to wear for ...
Story image for iconic gown from Vanity Fair

From Sketch to Still, a Visual History of *Alice in Wonderland ...

Vanity Fair-Jan. 28, 2011
Alice begins the film in a blue dress that recalls the 1951 animated Alice in Wonderland. Still courtesy Walt .... (“It's an iconic thing, not a bad thing,” says Atwood.) ...
Story image for iconic gown from Daily Beast

Helena Bonham Carter: Snubbed From Vanity Fair Best ...

Daily Beast-Aug. 4, 2011
In a series of pitch-perfect Issa wrap dresses—whose knock-offs trickled down ... “Both are iconic in their style, and they do represent different elements of what ...
Story image for iconic gown from New York Times

Crafting the Spirit of Spectacle

New York Times-Jul. 7, 2011
Scoop-back column gowns, flowing floor-skimming red carpet numbers and flirty ... gave the show another iconic reference point: Halston in his 1970s heyday.


Pearl Necklace said...

However, the need to bring the evidence more keenly gives me feel as the pragmatics of scientific knowledge takes the place of traditional knowledge or knowledge given in revelation. Already Descartes at the end of his "Discourse on method" (Discours) asks credit for the lab. The problem thus posed: the instrument that optimises the achievement of the human body for evidence of something that requires additional costs. Consequently, no money, no proof or verification of statements or truths. Scientific language games become the games of the rich, or the rich have more chances to be right. The equation consists of wealth, efficiency and truth.

Anonymous said...

alarm, apparently, because they discreetly
undermine language, because they prevent to call these that; because they
"break" is a household name or create confusion between them; because
what they destroy "syntax", and not only the one who builds
offers, but also the less obvious, which is "concatenate" words and things (for
adjacency or opposition to each other). That is why utopias do
possible fables and discourse: they lie in the Wake of language
fundamental measurement f a b l s; heterotopias (which are so often
meet at Borges) press statement, made Autonomous;
dispute, beginning with its foundations, any possibility of a grammar; they
lead to interchange myths and condemn to sterility the lyricism of the phrase.
Apparently, some avaiki can't classify uniformly
skeins of wool of different colors lying before them on the table, as if this
the quadrilateral could not serve as a homogeneous and neutral space, where
subjects were simultaneously discovered the continuity of their identities or
differences and the semantic field of their names. In this uniform
space, where things are normally distributed and is called avaiki
form a plurality of small, irregularly delineated and fragmented plots
in which a nameless similarities and glue things into scattered Islands: