Saturday, January 11, 2020

Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from Hollywood Reporter

Where to Shop, Eat and Play During London Fashion Week

Hollywood Reporter-Sep. 17, 2016
The second — and shortest — of the four major fashion weeks kicked off in ... including designers Anya Hindmarch and Mother of Pearl's Amy Powney, .... and fashion shop, which regularly updates its elaborate, often Victorian-inspired decor.
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from Daily Mail

The Queen of pearls: Of all the dazzling jewellery she owns, a ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 11, 2016
Pearls were the Queen's first 'serious' piece of jewellery. ... These were worn by the Queen Mother until Elizabeth II acceded the throne, when she began to wear ... of them Georgian or early Victorian, that would have dominated anyone else.
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from The Jewellery Editor (blog)

A history of brooches: the evolution of style

The Jewellery Editor (blog)-Oct. 9, 2016
... or scattered over all styles of jackets, brooches are back on the fashion scene. ... on ivory, and often incorporated hair and seed pearls (representative of tears). ... The love brooches of the late Victorian aesthetic period were crafted from ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

In fact the body (as well as phenomena in General setting the objects) can only exist in space, i.e. according to our interpretation in terms of the existence of other objects or of the object. Not space as an absolute form defines the boundaries and location of an object, namely the object (or the object) of nature define the boundaries and the place of existence of the object included in it. It is known that any object included in another object. What man calls space, in fact, is the existence of some object (or objects) in which cancers are there is the man himself, operates, serves its purpose.
The same applies to the concept or object time. Time is not an absolute form, time is the period of life of the object, which (period) the person has time to solve his problem. (See more about this in the section "Time").
The concept of "space" and "time" has in the philosophy of a very complex, multiform and varied interpretation. The analysis of these interpretations, of course, is extremely interesting and important and even necessary task. But the researcher needs to have its own concept about these ideas, which can only be done by refining all the wealth of philosophical thought.
In this regard, refer to my favourite philosopher Kant, in his work "Critique of pure reason". The above quotation is so clear and intuitive that they require no comment.
"Space and time contain a manifold of pure a priori visual presentation, but at the same time they belong to the conditions of the receptivity of our soul, which can only be acquired notions of objects and which therefore must always affect on concepts of objects" (p. 102).