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. During the 18th century in the British American colonies, in a garden or pleasure grounds, a labyrinth was a maze of walkways bordered by high hedges , usually intended to grow 8-12' high, to create an intricate & difficult path to the center, so confusing that a person may lose himself in it.
The following is a guest post by Milena Mitic, a native-Serbian speaker who also speaks English and is actively studying Chinese, Russian, and Spanish.
Terracotta Angel, c.1896 Watts Chapel, England
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Alexander McQueen's final collection was presented as part of Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday. Robert Polet, chairman and chief executive officer at Gucci Group, told WWD : "It was a very moving experience to take a deep and serious look at his last collection. It showed Lee's unique talent to create pieces of beauty that touch many of your senses, leaving one enriched....Although the sense of loss afterwards, I found overwhelming."
Designers may take the plaudits, but their couture wouldn't be haute without the skills of seamstresses, embroiderers and feather virtuosi. Georgia Dehn meets the unsung heroes of the ateliers.
The modern study of Japanese aesthetics in the Western sense only started a little over two hundred years ago.