Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from hellomagazine.com

Past style choices point to a dramatic dress on the big day

hellomagazine.com-Jul. 21, 2011
When she posed for her official engagement photo, much was made of the fact that Zara Phillips was dressed down in jeans and a body warmer, and hadn't had ...

Jean Patou Acquired by Designer Parfums

Business Wire (press release)-Jul. 1, 2011
... with Designer Parfums global strategy to develop and distribute iconic luxury ... Jean Patou wanted to dress women to feel liberated, attractive and feminine.
Story image for iconic gown from Style Clone

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Style Clone-Apr. 28, 2011
So much so, that Karl Lagerfeld, head-honcho of iconic fashion brand, ... Murad Couture floor-length gown from the designers Spring 2011 Couture collection.


Pearl Necklace said...

Consider in this regard two important points of the argumentation of Luhmann. The first point: on the one hand, the system can only function by reducing complexity, and on the other it should produce dynamic expectations (expectations) of individuals to their own goals215. Reduction of the complexity requires competence systems to productivity growth. If all messages could circulate freely between all individuals, then a large amount of information that needs to be taken into account to make the right choices significantly increase the life of the solution, therefore, would reduce the performance. Indeed, speed is a component of performance ensemble.

We reject the need to take account of these "molecular" opinions, if you don't want to be exposed to the danger of a major upheaval. Luhmann says - and this is the second point - that it is possible to manage personal expectations through a process of "quasi-doctrine" "impervious to any shocks" to expectations are compatible with the solutions of the system. These last do not exist in order to satisfy the expectations: the expectations by

Anonymous said...

some strukturalistischen currents in literary criticism (
for example, the "new criticism" in England and France), as well as
psychology, theoretical Ethnography, art history. All of these
schools and currents were, however, confined to the
the special scientific studies and had wide
public outcry, which is different from the French
structuralism 1960 -- 1970-ies. As a rule, he is now
have in mind even when we are talking about structuralism
at all. This is caused by a number of methodological circumstances,
socio-psychological philosophical and ideological plan.
As French structuralism was chronologically far
not first among the other strukturalistischen trends in Europe and
America, his task was not to identify methods (this was
already made in structural linguistics), but in applying them to
the wider material culture. It is quite clear that such
using their initial precision and rigor in
studying various products of human activities
made public opinion much more impressive
rather than Desk studies of glossematics or descriptivists. As
know that France had their own schools structural
linguistics and didn't know any significant
the spread of logical positivism with its external prestige
strict academic rigour, and because the borrowing of linguistic methods
amazed, transformed structuralism in "fashion".