Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from New Republic

The Iconic Images Behind Beyoncé's 'Formation' Video

New Republic-Feb. 12, 2016
Their lacy dresses and the damask wallpaper behind them, the thick curtains and framed pictures all evoke the heyday of Storyville, the first legally organized ...
Story image for iconic gown from Us Weekly

Natalie Portman Shows Some Skin in Plunging Neckline ...

Us Weekly-Apr. 18, 2016
Natalie Portman dazzled in a plunging gown for the opening ceremony of the 6th ... Which is why she's the perfect actress to play iconic fashionista Jackie ...



Story image for iconic gown from Wonderwall

Iconic celeb fashion from 1996

Wonderwall-Jul. 29, 2016
Dennis Rodman showed off his shocking sense of style by wearing a wedding gown while promoting his memoir, "Bad As I Wanna Be," on Aug. 21, 1996.
Story image for iconic gown from POPSUGAR

There's No Way These Runway Looks Aren't Disney-Inspired

POPSUGAR-Sep. 12, 2016
Maybe it's the color scheme or the exaggerated sleeves that remind us of such iconic gowns, but we don't think we're too far off. (Just try to tell us this Milly set ...

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Philosophers understand the real as something that is known and proven. In this sense, it is (real) fully corresponds to the concept of "fact". Conceivable is something that may be incorrect and contrary to known and proven knowledge. And then it cannot be a fact.