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Fashion – the young lady is terribly unstable. Only we are used to wearing jeans with a low rise and shoes with sharp noses – stop, relearn: now boyfriends (in the sense of jeans) and all sorts of espadrilles loafers are in fashion. However, jewelry trends also do not differ in constancy: what is at least a sharp drop from minimalism to massive jewelry worth? Stylish jewelry is the same elusive beast as stylish clothing: just grab it, fashion, by the stylish tail, and it will wag it, drop that tail like a lizard, and smile from around the corner – they only saw it.
Therefore, for example, jewelry trends 2020, which offer us popular designers, are also full of surprises. Mainly because they never clearly answer the question: what to wear to be fashionable? As usual, there is no list, and sometimes designers contradict themselves. It seems you can do this, or you can do it, but it’s better to try it out. Conclusions after fashion shows are never categorical – rather, these are tips that everyone is free to interpret in their own way. We will try to do this as well. Continue reading
Mrs. Wallis Simpson is one of the most famous female figures in the politics and public life of Europe in the first half of the 20th century. This is a woman for the sake of marriage to which Prince of Wales, Prince Edward VIII, abandoned the British throne in favor of his descendants, having received the title of Duke of Winsdorz from his younger brother-king. She was a conqueror of the hearts of many aristocrats and prominent political figures, not disdaining either age or political convictions thereof: for example, the duchess of Vinzdorskaya’s romance with the figure of the Third Reich Joachim von Ribbentrop, as well as her post-war adventures with young millionaires Jimmy Donahue and A. V. Woolworth.
Her life story is long and amazing, so it’s worth noting only a few facts: after Edward’s abdication, The Times recognized Mrs. Simpson as “the man of the year”; due to suspicions of espionage in favor of Nazi Germany (as it later turned out to be justified), the couple of the Dukes of Windsor were exiled to the Bahamas; at the end of her life, Lady Winsdor wrote a book, “You Can’t Order a Heart,” in which she revealed, perhaps, if not all the secrets of her adventures, then most of them. Continue reading