Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from MarieClaire.com

The 50 Best Outfits on 'Riverdale,' and Where to Find Them

MarieClaire.com-Sep. 14, 2017
Since Riverdale's epic season one finale has left us *dying* for more, we dug through the cast's wardrobe to find out where to shop the 50 best pieces.
Story image for iconic gown from HelloGiggles

15 craziest (and most memorable) looks ever to hit the Emmys ...

HelloGiggles-Sep. 15, 2017
This macabre Armani Privé gown deserves a fashion-inspired season of its own. ... The iconic singer slipped into the rosy cape for the 2004 Emmys red carpet, ...
Story image for iconic gown from Hollywood Reporter

Before There Were Stylists: Barbra Streisand, Jodie Foster ...

Hollywood Reporter-Feb. 23, 2017
“I thought it was just beautiful, and I bought it,” she says of her Oscar dress, ... David and Elizabeth Emanuel, who created Princess Diana's iconic wedding dress.
Story image for iconic gown from TeenVogue.com

Gossip Girl Fashion: 10 Iconic Moments

TeenVogue.com-Sep. 19, 2017
Gossip Girl Fashion: 10 Iconic Moments ... Dress, Ralph Lauren Collection. ... It was with this gown that Blair proved she had the high-fashion chops every girl ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

If you really want to make the time
is limited ran -- it already ran, maybe
to be-the whole continuity of nature, it must be assumed that a
possible variations encountered, and then erase: exactly
geological catastrophe was necessary to enable
was to rise from the taxonomic table to continuity through
confusing, chaotic, and fragmented experience. Similarly
the birth of monsters without a future is necessary
in order to be able to go from continuity to
table through temporal sequence. In other words, the
which in one sense should be seen as the drama of earth and water,
in another sense should be seen as a clear distortion of the forms.
Monster confirmed in time for our theoretical
the knowledge of this continuity, what floods, volcanoes and disappeared
the cloud continents in the space of our everyday
experience. Another consequence is that during such
history signs of continuity are nothing more than characters in
order of similarity. Since no attitude environment<$FB XVIII
century lacked a biological notion of "environment". See: G. C a n
g u i l h e m. La Connaissance de la vie. Paris, 2ed. 1965, p.
129--154.> the body does not determine the story, so far form
living exposed to all kinds of metamorphosis without leaving behind
itself as a mark of distance traveled is nothing but pointers
likes. What, for example, you can see that nature is not
stopped sketching in General terms, based on the original
prototype, figure, yet finite human? She
left in its path a thousand forms, outlining his
a rudimentary model. When it comes to the ear, skull or sexual
human organs, how many fossilized remnants are as
would plaster casts, once created and then abandoned
for the sake of more perfect forms? "The appearance of human
heart and so called antropologicum... deserves special
attention. Inside it the substance is a solid. Form
hearts played as good as possible. Here
vary the trunk of the hollow vein with its two branches.