Monday, December 9, 2019

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Kate Middleton's transparent dress sparks global interest at ... 12, 2011
The see-through knitted lace dress was originally estimated to fetch £8,000-10,000 when it goes under the hammer on Thursday, but is likely to sell for far higher ...
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Ten dresses you'll never forget

CNN International-Oct. 27, 2011
With thousands of dresses hitting the red carpet every year, we have to wonder: What makes a ... Princess Diana's 26 Most Iconic Style Moments.
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Christina Hendricks' revealing dress at 'I Don't Know How She ...

Entertainment Weekly (blog)-Sep. 13, 2011
There's a photo of stunning Mad Men actress Christina Hendricks at the premiere of I Don't Know How She Does It in New York City on Monday night that's ...
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Iconic wig worn by Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra on sale for ...

Daily Mail-Dec. 12, 2011
The iconic wig worn by screen legend Elizabeth Taylor in the film Cleopatra is being sold at ... 'Of all the wigs used in Cleopatra this must be the most iconic.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

signed in person not as crumpled nature or
naplastovany history: in relation to a person is unthinkable
Other: fraternal and bliznetsova Otherwise, not generated by them and not
it but near and at the same time, in equal novelty in irreversible
duality. It's a dark place in which we so often see
the depth of human nature or the impregnable stronghold of his
history, in fact, associated with quite different: at the same time and alien
and it is necessary for him-this shadow of a man
entering the area of learning, this blind spot around
which alone can build the knowledge. Anyway,
since the nineteenth century it was unthinkable to a man of quiet and
unceasing accompaniment. Because it was only ever present
double, it has never been treated separately and
on their own, but always took respectively additional
the form and opposite the name in relation to whose Other and whose
shadow it was. It was "in itself" as opposed to "for yourself"
in Hegel's phenomenology; it was Unbewusste1 from Schopenhauer; it was
alienated man Marx; it was "hidden",
"invalid", "sedimentary", "omission" in husserliana
studies -- everywhere, it was the inevitable counterpart, who
appears reflexive knowledge as a fuzzy projection of the
the man with his truth, but at the same time plays the role of the Foundation,
allowing a person to concentrate on himself and return to his
the truth. Even if you double this and is close to the idea, it remains her
alien, so the role of thoughts, of her own initiative is
to bring him to himself; all modern thinking
permeated by the need to think the unthinkable, comprehend
the content "in itself" in the form "for themselves"; remove the person
alienation, reconciling it with their own essence, uncover
the horizon, giving a background of direct experience Nude
obviously, to remove the cover from the Unconscious, to go into it
silence or to listen to his endless whisper.