Saturday, January 11, 2020

Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from Forbes

Time Travel: Jewels of The Past Continue To Head Into The ...

Forbes-Dec. 11, 2018
Mizuki is one of the designers who has been rejuvenating pearls for many years and ... During Victorian time through the turn of the century, these rings were set ... distinct viewpoint and an uncanny sense for what women want to wear now.
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from W Magazine

Camila Mendes Wore the Largest Lab-Grown Pink Diamond ...

W Magazine-Nov. 12, 2018
... Gaga accessorized her Victorian-inspired Alexander McQueen jacquard ... The “Constellation Pearl Earrings,” which retail for about $1,015 each, feature three ... at the haute couture fashion shows in Paris in July, followed by a red-carpet ...

Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from South China Morning Post

Will Meghan Markle wear royal tiara on her wedding day?

South China Morning Post-Apr. 18, 2018
Meghan Markle has not said if she will wear a tiara at her forthcoming royal wedding, but ... One tiara is designed so that its emeralds can be replaced by pearls ...
Royal wedding watchers wonder: Will she wear a tiara?
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette-Apr. 18, 2018
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from The Kit (blog)

Rihanna Shops at the Same Vintage Store as Meghan Markle

The Kit (blog)-Nov. 18, 2019
... vintage Chanel pearl sunglasses, a multi-strand pearl choker and, in the way that ... Rihanna was the epitome of insouciant glamour at the 2014 British Fashion ... Caroline Scheufele wearing a powder blue Victorian-inspired dress by Adam ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

And this is logical, since the action ¡this is always the effect or the impact to take someone else's place. Respectively, formed another action against the impact. Any object as a system first of all tries to keep itself, its stability and, ultimately, ¡existence. That is why it always resists any impact and especially impact.
We can say that opposition ¡is a variation of the term "impact", but stronger, and therefore reflects the stronger effect. The counter completes the long process of deploying actions when objects are on the line direct and immediate confrontation. First, they demonstrate by their actions their concept of action, then interact with each other and then oppose and counteract each other. This is the structure of an action, in our view.
Group 4 ¡ inaction. Strictly speaking, the omission does not happen. Inaction ¢ is nothing, so it cannot be the subject of attention, discussion and research. There is only action, and with it the whole world.
However, this term exists and is being actively used by a person in everyday activities, and therefore has a strict or not so strict content. The concept of "inactivity" used when the external object has no counter, therefore, does not act, does not produce concepts.
The paradox is that this is in principle not possible. But it is possible that the concept of validity does not correspond to other tasks. In other words, inaction is also action, but in different conceptual situation. For example. If the object turns out to be exposure to he freed, and he does not oppose this and it freely concedes, it could mean that this place man ought not that he seeks to occupy another place. Although not interfering with can be caused by acceptance effects to include themselves in the scope of the object. Not interfering with (inaction) may occur because of incapacity and as a result, the object disappears. That is why the term "omission" have become important to humans. ¡Inaction is death.