05 janvier 2008

Le Sportsac lapin en Nylon signé Stella McCartney

Le Sportsac lapin en Nylon signé Stella McCartney.A partager avec sa fille ! Prix : 99 €. Au Printemps et aux Galeries Lafayette. (www.elle.fr)
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05 janvier 2008

The Kotohira Shrine

TIGERS by Maruyama Okyo, 1787, sliding door panels The Kotohira Shrine – popularly known as Konpira-San – is well-known as one of the main religious centres on the island of Shikoku. Until three bridges were built during recent decades to connect the mainland and ruin the previously magical scenery, the island was remote and mysterious, having a Shangri-la image where time seemed to move at a different pace. Throughout history Shikoku has been the destination of generations of pilgrims. Many have followed the steps of the... [Lire la suite]
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05 janvier 2008

Eric Dane se sépare de son tatoo tabou

Pour faire plaisir à Rebecca Gayheart, son épouse, Eric Dane - le Dr. Sloan de Grey's Anatomy - va se faire enlever un tatouage de femme nue qu'il arbore sur son bras. L'amour plus fort que la douleur...
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05 janvier 2008

Christina Milan, la "robe la plus courte du monde"?

(source http://www.actualite-de-stars.com/people/004912.html)
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05 janvier 2008

Fin de l'exposition " Georges Seurat: The Drawings" au MOMA

Study for “Lighthouse and Mariners’ Home, Honfleur,” 1886, Oil on wood, 6 1/8 x 9 13/16" (15.6 x 25 cm). Collection André Bromberg NEW YORK.- Georges Seurat (French, 1859–91), one of the most influential painters of the nineteenth century, was a prolific draftsman who, despite a brief career, created an extraordinary body of work on paper. Georges Seurat: The Drawings is the first exhibition in almost 25 years to focus exclusively on the artist’s luminous drawings. These drawings played a crucial role in Seurat’s career... [Lire la suite]
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04 janvier 2008

fashion156: Jeune fille en robe Giambattista Valli

Black satin cocktail dress by Giambattista Valli at Matches, www.matchesfashion.com . Black feather shoulder piece by Reem: further information from Greenhouse PR @ www.greenhousepr.com . Black sheer tights by La Perla at www.mytights.com . Silver shoes by Marios Schwab for Scorah Pattullo @ www.scorahpattullo.com (© fashion156.com 2006 - All images copyright their respective owners)
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04 janvier 2008

fashion156: Jeune homme en Dexter Wong, Jean-Pierre Braganza et Patrick Rzepski, chez Two See

White and grey striped cotton shirt by Dexter Wong at Two See, www.twoseelife.com . Charcoal heavy knit cardigan by Jean-Pierre Braganza at Two See www.twoseelife.com . Black tuxedo trousers by Patrick Rzepski at Two See, www.twoseelife.com (© fashion156.com 2006 - All images copyright their respective owners)
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04 janvier 2008

A cobalt glazed porcelain vase with elephant head handles - Guangxu Mark and Period

A cobalt glazed porcelain vase with elephant head handles - Guangxu Mark and Period Of square-sectioned cong shape with spreading neck and set-in circular foot, the elephant handles issuing mock rings and all surfaces except the curving foot pad covered in a rich cobalt wash beneath a colorless glaze, the six-character mark written in underglaze black regular script to the deeply recessed base (minor chip). 11 1/2in (29.2cm) high - Sold for $3,750 plus Premium and tax   Bonhams. Fine Asian Works of Art, 18 Dec... [Lire la suite]
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04 janvier 2008

A sky-clearing blue glazed porcelain vase with elephant head handles - Qianlong Mark, 18th/19th Century

A sky-clearing blue glazed porcelain vase with elephant head handles - Qianlong Mark, 18th/19th Century Of inverted pear shape with thickly formed walls and tall spreading foot, the shoulder supporting the elephant head handles and all surfaces except the foot pad covered with a rich grey-blue glaze, the deeply recessed base displaying the six-character mark in underglaze blue seal script. 13in (33cm) high - Estimate: $20,000 - 30,000 - Unsold.Bonhams. Fine Asian Works of Art, 18 Dec 2007. 220 San Bruno Avenue, San... [Lire la suite]
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04 janvier 2008

A turquoise glazed five-necked vase - Kangxi Period

A turquoise glazed five-necked vase - Kangxi Period Potted with four miniature yenyen vases surrounding a taller stick neck rising from the canted shoulder and a globular body raised on a tall spreading foot, the surfaces carved with shou medallions surrounded by five auspicious bats and other decorative devices visible beneath the bright peacock blue glaze, the recessed base burnt a light cinnamon brown. 11in (28cm) high - Estimate: $6,000 - 8,000 - Unsold. Bonhams. Fine Asian Works of Art, 18 Dec 2007. 220 San Bruno... [Lire la suite]
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