Sunday, January 12, 2020

Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from Racked

Meet the Stylists Behind Beyoncé's Lemonade

Racked-Apr. 26, 2016
... and also created the pearl leotard she wore on her 2014 tour, as well as that ... Once the fashion director of Dazed and Confused magazine (including during ..... sense he'd be a good fit for the Victorian-inspired, gothic looks of Lemonade.
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Understated elegance: A First Lady's Jewelry and Handbags

Christie's-Aug. 22, 2016
A patron of American fashion houses and designers, the First Lady chose one of her .... She had a variety of pearl necklaces, and this one is a classic graduated ...

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Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini RTW Spring 2017

WWD-Sep. 24, 2016
Floral Victorian-inspired dresses with pearl button, some raw denim pieces and the relatively subdued black siren dresses that came out toward the end of the ...
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The leotard as power uniform – from Wonder Woman to Rihanna

The Guardian-Jun. 21, 2016
... Victorian-embroidery-inspired leotard by Dean and Dan Caten's Dsquared2, worn ... before changing into a white Balmain version with silk ruffles and pearls, and ... This holds up a mirror to where we are at in fashion right now: in love with ...
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Jennifer Aniston Is Serving Up Serious #TBT Party Dress ...

Refinery29-Dec. 8, 2016
The solo bandana has become a fashion girl-vetted accessory (something our ... of beaded and crystal-embroidered floral swatches (a Victorian motif, the house ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

If you only consider time not as a concept but as an absolute category, existing outside of time and space, then it loses its characteristics as the time. Concepts always (forever) and ever, which people really operate as synonymous with the concept of "time" have meaning only within the framework of a concept of time as the most General category. In this respect, the concept of "always" or "forever" acquire meaning only in relation to another phenomenon that has a finite existence, such as life or period of existence of some other event. So, about the pyramids of Egypt say that they exist forever, always, although it is clear that this cannot be. But within human life and not a dozen generations, the existence of the pyramid can be seen in the framework of the concepts of "forever" and "always". During their existence, humanity has managed to alter many things and solve many problems, and they all stand and stand, and long will stand.
The concept of "never" also is interpreted by the person as a temporary category. "Never"this is actually the lack of time and space, and therefore action, is equal to the concept of "nothing". But here there are two points. If this concept is to consider it so to say the original sense, i.e. as a complete and absolute lack something, and that interpretation can be given, at least in part of its existence, it is quite legitimate, in fact these concepts for a person to lose any sense. If something does not exist, for humans it does not exist. Don't have that and to talk about it not worth it. But if a person nevertheless have formed these concepts, and actively use them, it means that the concept of "nandthat" and never actually describe any special part of being with the person in their task, a very important relationship. What is it?