Sunday, December 1, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from BEAM Media

The story behind Marilyn Monroe's most expensive dresses

BEAM Media-Feb. 12, 2018
For a man who created some of the most iconic dresses of the 20th century, William Travilla is surprisingly little known. It was he who dressed Marilyn Monroe for ...
Story image for iconic gown from Metro

Hugh Hefner's iconic red jacket and sailor hat set to make ...

Metro-Nov. 27, 2018
Some of these items include the likes of his iconic red dressing gown, sailor hats, a carved Briar pipe, some Gucci sunglasses and the star's embroidered 'HMH' ...
Story image for iconic gown from The Punch

Iconic outfits of late Diana to join ongoing fashion exhibition

The Punch-Apr. 12, 2018
The iconic outfits of the late princess of Wales, Diana, are to be part of the ... purple Versace gown worn by the princess to a Chicago fundraising gala in aid of ...
Story image for iconic gown from CafeMom

50 of Kate Middleton's Most Iconic Looks

CafeMom-Feb. 20, 2018
It's impossible to take our eyes off of Kate in this floor-length sparkling gown. ... Nothing will ever be more iconic than Kate's Sarah Burton wedding dress. The cut ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

This speed has two limits: infinitely large velocity,
which would be the speed of direct exchange, where money is not
would play no role, and infinitesimal velocity when each
the element of wealth would have their cash doubler. Between these
these two extremes are different speeds, which correspond to
the amount of money that makes them possible. Thus, the access cycles
managed annual income from crops; therefore, on the basis
of these, one, given the number of people living in
state, to determine the necessary and sufficient
the money that would have passed through all hands and presented at
as food each. Now it is clear, as in the XVIII century
linked to each other tests treatment going from
agricultural income, the problem of population growth and
the calculation of the optimal number of banknotes. Triple
the question is thus in a normative form: as
the problem is not in knowing by what mechanisms
money is traded or stagnate, as they are consumed or
accumulate (such questions are possible only in savings, putting
the problems of production and capital), but how many
money is needed in order to the country appeal
was done fairly quickly, passing through a sufficiently large
the number of hands. Thus, prices will not be "accurate" by nature, but
will definitely fit: part of the money supply will
to analyze the wealth according to the subdivision, which will not
too weak nor too stiff. "Table" will be fine