Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Daily Mail

Zara's elegant dress transforms her into quintessential English ...

Daily Mail-Jul. 30, 2011
Zara is said to have chosen the Stewart Parvin gown from wedding boutique ... of the detailing on the back of Pippa Middleton's now iconic bridesmaid dress.
Story image for iconic gown from Daily Mail

Iconic platform shoes that Naomi fell in to go on display in new ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 9, 2011
Westwood's shoes have gained a reputation and created memorable fashion moments in the past, from Naomi Campbell's catwalk tumble, to Westwood's iconic ...

Story image for iconic gown from Daily Mail

'Lovely dress, dear, pity you're too fat for it': Tears, break-ups ...

Daily Mail-Apr. 20, 2011
Having been a bridal gown designer for 20 years, I have dressed many women and see how strongly they feel about their dress — and how much better that ...
Story image for iconic gown from FemaleFirst.co.uk

Diana's wedding dress to be moved to America

FemaleFirst.co.uk-Oct. 27, 2011
The iconic gown and diamond tiara the late royal wore when she exchanged vows with Prince Charles in 1981 will be featured at the Foxwoods Resort Casino ...


Pearl Necklace said...

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Anonymous said...

But he
dominates mainly because performs a triple function
relative to the picture. In this center converge the view of the model in the
the moment when it is depicted, the viewer's gaze, contemplating the scene, and the look
the artist at the time of his work on the picture ( not the picture that is
in front of us and about which we speak(. These three "visual" functions fused
in one external to the picture point, i.e. the point, which is
perfect in relation to what is depicted, but very real,
as, proceeding from it, the image becomes possible. In the most
this reality cannot be invisible. Nevertheless, this
reality is projected inside the picture is projected and refracted in three
figures. corresponding to the three functions of that ideal and real point.
These figures are: left-the artist with palette in hand (self portrait
the author of the picture (to the right -- an alien, frozen on the stairs and
ready to enter the room; he stands behind all that is happening, but sees
FAS the Royal couple, who are the spectacle; finally, in the center -
reflection front clad the king and Queen, still frozen in the pose
patient models.