Saturday, 23 August 2014

Best Dress Design 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

Best Dress Design 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

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The Italian Elsa Schiaparelli 1890-1973 had a love of rich fabrics and feminine fantasy clothes that frequently had a surreal twist. She mixed with the now famous cubist and surrealist artists Man Ray, Salvador Dali, Marcel Duchamp and Francis Picabia. Fabric and accessories were often designed for her by Dali, Jean Cocteau and Christian Berard. She began her early career with Trompe l'Oeil effects and a famous navy sweater with a contrast cream neckline and cream bow knitted into the design.
Despite the fact that Schiaparelli had a witty side she was just the fashion inspiration that women who preferred classic styles needed. Those that loathed the swathes of pastel chiffon produced by Vionnet were easily compensated by 'Scap's' couture short fitted suits or jackets teamed with black dresses. She used colours like turquoise or shocking pink or hyacinth blue.
Beyond the little black dress which she frequently designed, she would accessorise with humour and designed funky hats made to appear as mutton chops or ice cream cones. Her eccentricity was much loved and her clothes were revolutionary at the time.
She designed a wide shouldered masculine suit that Marlene Dietrich wore and which was copied throughout Hollywood. She launched shoulder pads in man tailored severe suits long before power dressing of the 80s. It was her late 1930s tailored suit designs which were thought the most suitable clothing to embrace in the war years rather than the wasp waist bouffant dresses that were shown just before the war started.

Best Dress Design 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Best Dress Design 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Best Dress Design 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Best Dress Design 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Best Dress Design 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Best Dress Design 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Best Dress Design 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Best Dress Design 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Best Dress Design 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Best Dress Design 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures



Saturday, 9 August 2014

Latest Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

Latest Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

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The Italian Elsa Schiaparelli 1890-1973 had a love of rich fabrics and feminine fantasy clothes that frequently had a surreal twist. She mixed with the now famous cubist and surrealist artists Man Ray, Salvador Dali, Marcel Duchamp and Francis Picabia. Fabric and accessories were often designed for her by Dali, Jean Cocteau and Christian Berard. She began her early career with Trompe l'Oeil effects and a famous navy sweater with a contrast cream neckline and cream bow knitted into the design.
Despite the fact that Schiaparelli had a witty side she was just the fashion inspiration that women who preferred classic styles needed. Those that loathed the swathes of pastel chiffon produced by Vionnet were easily compensated by 'Scap's' couture short fitted suits or jackets teamed with black dresses. She used colours like turquoise or shocking pink or hyacinth blue.
Beyond the little black dress which she frequently designed, she would accessorise with humour and designed funky hats made to appear as mutton chops or ice cream cones. Her eccentricity was much loved and her clothes were revolutionary at the time.
She designed a wide shouldered masculine suit that Marlene Dietrich wore and which was copied throughout Hollywood. She launched shoulder pads in man tailored severe suits long before power dressing of the 80s. It was her late 1930s tailored suit designs which were thought the most suitable clothing to embrace in the war years rather than the wasp waist bouffant dresses that were shown just before the war started.

Latest Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Latest Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Latest Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Latest Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Latest Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Latest Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Latest Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Latest Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Latest Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Latest Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures



Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

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The Italian Elsa Schiaparelli 1890-1973 had a love of rich fabrics and feminine fantasy clothes that frequently had a surreal twist. She mixed with the now famous cubist and surrealist artists Man Ray, Salvador Dali, Marcel Duchamp and Francis Picabia. Fabric and accessories were often designed for her by Dali, Jean Cocteau and Christian Berard. She began her early career with Trompe l'Oeil effects and a famous navy sweater with a contrast cream neckline and cream bow knitted into the design.
Despite the fact that Schiaparelli had a witty side she was just the fashion inspiration that women who preferred classic styles needed. Those that loathed the swathes of pastel chiffon produced by Vionnet were easily compensated by 'Scap's' couture short fitted suits or jackets teamed with black dresses. She used colours like turquoise or shocking pink or hyacinth blue.
Beyond the little black dress which she frequently designed, she would accessorise with humour and designed funky hats made to appear as mutton chops or ice cream cones. Her eccentricity was much loved and her clothes were revolutionary at the time.
She designed a wide shouldered masculine suit that Marlene Dietrich wore and which was copied throughout Hollywood. She launched shoulder pads in man tailored severe suits long before power dressing of the 80s. It was her late 1930s tailored suit designs which were thought the most suitable clothing to embrace in the war years rather than the wasp waist bouffant dresses that were shown just before the war started.



Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


Stylish Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures



Sunday, 27 July 2014

Ever Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

Ever Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

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A concerned citizen on the Copperbelt has called on the womenfolk to practice decent dressing as one of the measures to curb the escalating HIV and AIDS pandemic.
Isaac Chileshe observed that the moral dress code for the womenfolk should be enforced from their homes so that the indecency which was prevalent in dressing could be stopped.
Mr Chileshe told ZANIS in an interview that the men and women were made differently as their emotions were aroused differently and should appreciate their biological differences and live in harmony.
He stated that men were moved by what they see while women were moved by what they hear and the two play effectively on their emotions.
Mr Chileshe added that majority of women were marrying wrong men and even entered polygamous marriages because of men’s “sweet talk” and later discover that the talk and the practice were not in tandem.
He charged that women also knew the secret of wooing unsuspecting men into the unnecessary sexual traps through indecent exposure of some delicate parts of their bodies.
He said the decent dress code among the womenfolk would mitigate the escalating trend of the HIV and AIDS pandemic which was a menace to every sector of development.
Mr Chileshe added that parents had a pivotal role in changing the thinking of women in society because good values and morals started from home to influence society.
He challenged Church leaders as agents of change to help society because their voices were influential and authoritative.
Mr Chileshe also observed that culture has changed dramatically in the last 20 years, saying in the olden days, children were more receptive to the advice of elders even if they were not biological parents than now where modern communication systems, including television, were more parenting than the parents.

Ever Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

Ever Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

Ever Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

Ever Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

Ever Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

Ever Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

Ever Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures
Ever Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

New Eid Collection Of Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

New Eid Collection Of Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures
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A concerned citizen on the Copperbelt has called on the womenfolk to practice decent dressing as one of the measures to curb the escalating HIV and AIDS pandemic.
Isaac Chileshe observed that the moral dress code for the womenfolk should be enforced from their homes so that the indecency which was prevalent in dressing could be stopped.
Mr Chileshe told ZANIS in an interview that the men and women were made differently as their emotions were aroused differently and should appreciate their biological differences and live in harmony.
He stated that men were moved by what they see while women were moved by what they hear and the two play effectively on their emotions.
Mr Chileshe added that majority of women were marrying wrong men and even entered polygamous marriages because of men’s “sweet talk” and later discover that the talk and the practice were not in tandem.
He charged that women also knew the secret of wooing unsuspecting men into the unnecessary sexual traps through indecent exposure of some delicate parts of their bodies.
He said the decent dress code among the womenfolk would mitigate the escalating trend of the HIV and AIDS pandemic which was a menace to every sector of development.
Mr Chileshe added that parents had a pivotal role in changing the thinking of women in society because good values and morals started from home to influence society.
He challenged Church leaders as agents of change to help society because their voices were influential and authoritative.
Mr Chileshe also observed that culture has changed dramatically in the last 20 years, saying in the olden days, children were more receptive to the advice of elders even if they were not biological parents than now where modern communication systems, including television, were more parenting than the parents.
 New Eid Collection Of Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures
 
New Eid Collection Of Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures




New Eid Collection Of Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures






 New Eid Collection Of Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


 


New Eid Collection Of Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures




 New Eid Collection Of Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures


New Eid Collection Of Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures






 New Eid Collection Of Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures




Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures

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A concerned citizen on the Copperbelt has called on the womenfolk to practice decent dressing as one of the measures to curb the escalating HIV and AIDS pandemic.
Isaac Chileshe observed that the moral dress code for the womenfolk should be enforced from their homes so that the indecency which was prevalent in dressing could be stopped.
Mr Chileshe told ZANIS in an interview that the men and women were made differently as their emotions were aroused differently and should appreciate their biological differences and live in harmony.
He stated that men were moved by what they see while women were moved by what they hear and the two play effectively on their emotions.
Mr Chileshe added that majority of women were marrying wrong men and even entered polygamous marriages because of men’s “sweet talk” and later discover that the talk and the practice were not in tandem.
He charged that women also knew the secret of wooing unsuspecting men into the unnecessary sexual traps through indecent exposure of some delicate parts of their bodies.
He said the decent dress code among the womenfolk would mitigate the escalating trend of the HIV and AIDS pandemic which was a menace to every sector of development.
Mr Chileshe added that parents had a pivotal role in changing the thinking of women in society because good values and morals started from home to influence society.
He challenged Church leaders as agents of change to help society because their voices were influential and authoritative.
Mr Chileshe also observed that culture has changed dramatically in the last 20 years, saying in the olden days, children were more receptive to the advice of elders even if they were not biological parents than now where modern communication systems, including television, were more parenting than the parents.

Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures
 Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures
 Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures
 Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures
 Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures
 Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures
 Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures
 Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures
 Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures
 Decent Dresses 2014 Pics Images Photos Pictures