Nina Ricci, Primavera Verano 2011, Paris

Un punto radical en estos vaporosos vestidos, ciertamente evocan un tiempo pasado que magnifica tiempos gloriosos de la casa Ricci.

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Nunca un retorno fue tan especial.

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2 thoughts on “Nina Ricci, Primavera Verano 2011, Paris

  • 2 Octubre 2010 at 11:58 am
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    Me gustan los vestidos vaporosos,bajo prendas sólidas;como un trench o un abrigo sastre.me gusta el contraste,que la noche se mezcle con el día,que el trabajo se funda en una fiesta.
    Precioso.
    Beso guapa¡
    DELIA

  • 26 Marzo 2014 at 1:58 am
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    to bore your readers, but plesae allow me to share my reasons for NOT wanting Kathy Stein to chair ANYTHING let alone the Judicial Committee.Kathy Stein is NOT qualified. I will give only two of the many reasons why Speaker Richards should NOT let Stein Chair the Judiciary Committee. 1. On July 13, 2006, Jonathan Miller publicly supported Kathy Stein to draft legislation to make it legal for taxpayer money to pay state employees to chat all day with Stein’s good friend, Mark Nickolas on the blog Jonathan Miller conceived. In the Spring of 2005, Kentucky Treasurer Jonathan Miller conceived the blog and wined and dined Mark Nickolas until Nickolas agreed to operate the blog. The blog has a reputation of slandering politicians, judges and public official, but naturally supports Kathy Stein and Jonathan Miller. The legislation that Jonathan Miller supports and Kathy Stein is drafting illustrates that Stein and Miller play FAVORITES when drafting legislative bills. The bill shows a complete disrespect for how taxpayer money should be spent. 2. Stein showed a complete lack of respect for the families and friends of our men and women in the military when she vehemently and callously removed the POW/MIA flag hanging at the old courthouse building in Lexington. Whether you are for or against the Iraq War (and I oppose the Iraq War), her stance on that was anti-patriotic and anti-American. That flag should be there as a bitter-sweet reminder of the sacrifices men and women in the military make. Jonathan Miller and Kathy Stein must be held accountable for their use of taxpayer money. Jonathan Miller encouraged Mark Nickolas to operate that blog full time. A legitimate question that I have seen raised on blogs is: “Has Jonathan Miller or Kathy Stein donated any taxpayer money into that blog from the Discretionary Funds they both can use to enable Mark Nickolas to trash talk public officials that stand in the way of Miller and Stein?”Sorry again Dawn to interupt your thread. I think this information regarding Kathy Stein and Jonathan Miller is very, very important and serious. I hope an audit or something of both their discretionary funds takes place. If either or both have written a check to Foundation for Kentucky’s Future Inc., well … that’s what the blog is set up as with the Ky. SOS and banks. EEKKK!!!

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