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Royal wedding: Kate Middleton's catwalk dress sold

BBC News-Mar. 16, 2011
The see-through dress worn by Kate Middleton at a charity fashion show at St ... He said of the buyer: "He thinks it's an iconic piece and is very happy with the ...
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Michelle Williams Red Carpet Evolution: From 'Dawson's ...

Hollywood Reporter-Oct. 7, 2011
Who can forget her then shocking, now iconic bold marigold Vera Wang gown at the 2006 Oscars? Or the pixie hair trend she inspired with a boyishly snipped ...
Story image for iconic gown from Daily Mail

Dress Princess Diana wore to dance with John Travolta sold ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 24, 2011
Iconic: Princess Diana wore this stunning midnight-blue Victor Edelstein gown when she famously danced with John Travolta at a White House event hosted by ...
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Dressing Marilyn 11, 2011
A NEW book, Dressing Marilyn, unveils the secrets of the little-known man who designed most of Monroe's most iconic dresses. William Travilla first met the star ...


Pearl Necklace said...

"Delegitimization" - if it is at least a little aim and give it some importance, that in his own way makes Wittgenstein so, in its way, do Martin Buber and Emmanuel Levinas127 - open

New languages are joining the old, forming suburbs of the old city

Anonymous said...

In every touch point of things begins and ends a link that resembles and
previous and subsequent. So round and round followed by similarity hold
extremes (God and matter) at an appropriate distance and at the same time
bringing together them so that the will of the Almighty penetrates into the remotest corners. It
this endless, tense and vibrating, the chain has in mind the Port in its
"Natural magic": "In respect of its growth the plant is similar to
the man who through his intelligence corresponds in other respects
heavenly bodies. This mutual and continuous relationship works so well,
what feels like a string stretched from the causes of things to things vile and
the most insignificant ; so the highest virtue, shedding its rays,
get to the point that if you touch one end of the string, it will collapse
will result in movement of all other"