Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from hellomagazine.com

Royal wedding: McQueen's perfect marriage of tradition and ...

hellomagazine.com-Apr. 29, 2011
... with rock chicks and models - created what is to become an iconic image. ... The dress featured a boned bodice which showed off Kate's wasp waist and drew ...
Story image for iconic gown from AceShowbiz

Jennifer Lopez Rocks Green Gown on Set of 'Papi' Video Shoot

AceShowbiz-Aug. 23, 2011
She's wearing a green halter-neck long dress and a pair of white flip flops. On that day, she also did a reshoot for the scene she took over the weekend.
Story image for iconic gown from Vogue.com

Kate's Take

Vogue.com-Aug. 11, 2011
The style of dress was discussed on the phone, and when the designer left rehab following his arrest in ... YOU SHOULD SEE: Moss' iconic style in pictures.
Story image for iconic gown from Us Magazine

Gwyneth Paltrow Flashes Abs in “See-Through” Emmys Dress

Us Magazine-Sep. 18, 2011
Unlike some stars, Paltrow didn't spend much time fretting over what to wear. "I tried on two dresses and I picked this one," she told E! News host Ryan Seacrest.


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Anonymous said...

However, maybe it is time to say, whose image occurs in
the depth of the mirror and what the artist sees in front of the picture. Maybe
it would be better once for all to establish the identity of those present or
specified characters in order not to get lost indefinitely in
these unsteady, a few abstract symbols always able to
a source of ambiguity and duality: "artist", "characters",
"model", "viewers" images". Instead of endlessly trying to use
language inevitably inadequate it might be enough to say that
painted by Velasquez, that in this painting he depicted himself in his
workshop or in one of the salons the Escorial at work on the picture
two persons came to see the Infanta Margarita, surrounded by
benami, the visiting maids, courtiers, and dwarfs, and that the names of all these persons
considered to be well known: according to the tradition, here are Dona
Maria Agustin Sarmiento, then Nieto, and in the foreground the clown -- Italian
Nicolasa Pertusato. Suffice it to add that two important persons, employees
a model for the artist, not visible, at least directly, although they
you can see in the mirror: it is definitely the king Philip IV and his wife