Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from PopSugar Australia

The Ultimate Guide to Kate Middleton's Iconic Jenny Packham ...

PopSugar Australia-Oct. 31, 2015
Since Kate wore Jenny Packham twice in the last month, selecting a lovely red gown for a diplomatic dinner and a cool blue dress for a film premiere, we think ...
Story image for iconic gown from Marie

Illustrated: 100 Years Of Beautiful Royal Wedding Dresses

Marie 16, 2015
From Grace Kelly to Princess Diana, Kate Middleton to Queen Elizabeth II, 34 now-iconic royal gowns have been illustrated on the timeline, showing the ...

Story image for iconic gown from Good Housekeeping (blog)

A Look Back at Elizabeth Taylor's Wedding Gowns

Good Housekeeping (blog)-Mar. 18, 2015
For her May wedding to the hotel heir, Taylor wore a princess-cut satin gown that showed off her (tiny!) waist. And her dreamy multi-layered tulle veil added to ...
Story image for iconic gown from ABC News

'Cinderella' Star Lily James Originally Auditioned for a ...

ABC News-Mar. 9, 2015
Re-imagining “Cinderella's” iconic ball gown for the new film was the brainchild of Oscar-winning costume designer Sandy Powell. It took 270 yards of fabric, ...
Meet Lily James, the Feminist Cinderella
In-Depth-Daily Beast-Mar. 13, 2015

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

This, however, requires more careful consideration. What
among all the things existing in the world of things mercantilism is
to be able to call "wealth"? All those things that
being representable, are also objects of desire, then
there are those, who also noted "the need or benefit of,
pleasure or rarity"<$FS c i p i o n e d G r a m m o n.
Le Denier royal, traite curieux de l'or et de l'argent. Paris,
1620, p. 48.>. But can we say that the metals used for
the production of coins (the question here is not about the billon<$F?????? --
change the defective coin. - Approx. ed> that is intended only
as additional funds in some
areas, but of metallic money used in the external
trade) are part of wealth? Gold and silver have
only a very small utility -- "insofar as they
could be used in everyday life"; and as if they were rare
their abundance still exceeds the number required for such
use. If they wanted, if people believe that their
they are always short, if they dig mines and unleash war
for their purchase, it is because the manufacture of them
gold and silver coins, gave them the usefulness and rarity
what these metals by themselves do not possess. "The money is borrow
its value is not the matter of which they consist, but only
form: is the image or the sign of the Sovereign"<$FId., ibid., p.