Saturday, January 11, 2020

Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from New York Times

The Thinking Woman's Runway

New York Times-Feb. 18, 2016
Victorian clock tower stood amid naked tree limbs, and the surrounding walls were ... Accordion-pleated unstructured jackets and dresses trimmed in pearls ... This has been a fashion week surrounded by a storm, not just of wind and rain, ...
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from New York Times

Three's a Trend: Dark, Romantic — and Lacy

New York Times-Feb. 23, 2016
... a pair of sequin hot pants. at Alexander McQueen (right), Sarah Burton included a sweet sheer cocktail number with a Victorian collar and billowy sleeves.
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from The New Yorker

Gucci's Renaissance Man

The New Yorker-Sep. 11, 2016
Near the end of her tenure, fashion critics grew bored with her clothes, many of which reworked ..... “One of the themes is the Victorian Age,” Michele explained. .... On the back of the jacket, pearl beads formed the image of a coiled snake.
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from Inverse

The Mannequin Challenge Is Really a Victorian Era Throwback

Inverse-Dec. 11, 2016
The Mannequin Challenge Is Really a Victorian Era Throwback ... that went viral with Steelers fans, Medal of Freedom winners, Pearl Harbor survivors, ... One fashion and etiquette writer known as “The Lounger” described tableau vivant as ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The subjectivity of this phenomenon is that people using the nature to create new objects and the presence in nature of the objects with given properties, creates a new object, in this case space. It is his personal view, personal space and a unique formation due to the fact that every time he solves a unique private specific task. And since any problem in principle, by definition, is unique, that each person creates their own unique space. But the creation of personal space is not a unique property of the human species. This property has everyone at least a living object in the world.
The objectivity and universality of such phenomena as space, is that it always exists as a reality because of the diverse actions of many people and objects will lead to the formation of a special system of objects with connection between them. The objectivity of space is also confirmed by the fact that the objects that form it, have some properties that allow to form a new object. The objectivity of space in the fact that it always exists in nature as an opportunity, i.e. the potential, which allows, in particular, his man and create.
That is to say, to experimental condition received from nature a priori, i.e. before experience (Kant), founded by someone over a program that always exists in possibility. As a possibility it remains until, until the sought-after objects of the world, including man. Once claimed, the possibility becomes a reality, independent object or a posteriori, i.e., experienced, knowledge.
By virtue of a simple logical inference spaces are infinitely many: how many objects have many spaces, how many relationships between objects, so many spaces, how many tasks, so many spaces. And because of all this infinite set, then spaces are endless.