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This interlocking hearts design block knife/server set from Fashioncraft’s Finishing Touches Collection makes a sweet accessory for your specific day The moment when the bride and groom cut the block is actually a showstopper. So why not add a sweet touch of block slicing pizzazz to your reception with this interlocking hearts design block knife/server set that also provides you a lasting keepsake to be passed on as a new household tradition. Ideal as accessories for a heart themed wedding or to add elegance to any wedding celebration, each single interlocking hearts design and style 12 1/8” x 1” block knife and 9 ¾” x 2” server, from Fashioncraft’s Finishing Touches Collection of wedding accessories has a white poly resin detailed/carved interlocking hearts design and style deal with supporting a sturdy stainless steel blade/server. Each single set comes delightfully packaged in a clear topped box with a slate gray and white damask style base for storage after your wedding day is via
- each and each interlocking hearts design and style 12.125″ x 1″ block knife and 9.75″ x 2″ server
- has a white poly resin detailed/carved interlocking hearts style deal with supporting a sturdy stainless steel blade/server
- Every set comes delightfully packaged in a clear topped box with a slate gray and white damask design and style base
Gabrielle Bonheur “Coco” Chanel (1883-1971) was undoubtedly the most influential fashion designer of the 20th century. Her garments and accessories have remained perennially chic, and her legendary fashion home continues to exert a powerful sway over today’s designers. Jérôme Gautier tells the story of Chanel’s iconic style by means of hundreds of pictures, several taken by the leading lights of fashion photography, such as Richard Avedon, Gilles Bensimon, Patrick Demarchelier, Horst P. Horst, Annie Leibovitz, Man Ray, Helmut Newton, Irving Penn, and Ellen von Unwerth. This innovative volume pairs classic and contemporary photographs, putting fashion plates from Chanel’s time alongside those by the house’s designer-in-chief, Karl Lagerfeld. For instance, Cecil Beaton’s portrait of Chanel seems alongside Lagerfeld’s image of Cate Blanchett emulating her, and a classic plate by Henry Clarke flanks an arresting shot by Juergen Teller. Through these dazzling photographs, Chanel: The Vocabul
This is trendy goldtone metal casting double circle theme cuff bracelet. You can seamlessly incorporate this trendy piece into your style repertoire. Will match up to an eight” wrist comfortably. Your bracelet will come to you in a foil present box wonderful for present providing. Please note that box might well be a distinctive colour than the 1 shown.
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In 1909, the maverick American retailer Harry Gordon Selfridge opened the West End of London’s initial committed department retailer to a blaze of glorious publicity – the culmination of the largest advertising campaign ever mounted in the British press.
No one understood the sex appeal of shopping much superior than Selfridge, and his fervent belief in consumerism as apiece sensual and theatrical entertainment ensured the success of his eponymous Oxford Street retailer.
But the ’showman of shopping’ would finally be undone by an insatiable addiction to gambling, extravagant mansions and even much more extravagant mistresses. Thirty years right after developing his revolutionary shop, Selfridge was ousted in a boardroom coup. The self-produced millionaire died practically penniless in 1947.
Set against the heady growth of twentieth century consumerism, Lindy Woodhead explores the rise and start of the retail prince whose fusion of shopping and seduction has left a lasting legacy, symbolised by