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Symbolism du Monde: The Black Dress

Not so much a color but rather a shade, black has probably the most complex symbolism in fashion, analogous only to the color blue.
During the Victorian era black was exclusively the color of mourning and widowhood, demanding not only a strict dress code but a certain etiquette as well

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Glenn Gould sitting in chair
Photo by Don Hunstein

The Classical Revolution of Glenn Gould

As hard as it is to believe, there are actual, real-life superheroes. Individuals whose talent surpasses anything most of us could ever dream of. These are humans with extraordinary, other-worldly abilities, who can do things, achieve feats that over time raise them to the level of myth or legend. Glenn Gould was one such individual.

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The Art of Appreciating the Moment: Erich Maria Remarque on Life, Love, and the Passage of Time

GENEVA, Sept. 25—Erich Maria Remarque, the German-born author who attained world fame with his World War I novel “All Quiet on the Western Front,” died at noon today of a heart collapse at the Saint Agnese clinic at Locarno, Switzerland. He was 72 years old.

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Symbolism du Monde: The Blue Dress

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Colors bear their own code of associations, conjuring certain perceptions in our mind and triggering a physiological reaction. One can argue that the way we wear certain colors is similar to the way writers use poetic devices – to represent emotions, sensations, and ideas that are otherwise hidden in our subconscious mind. Blue Blue is largely considered to be the most mysterious and deep of all colors; a synthesis of the heavens and of the abyss. This polarity was noticed and depicted by Goethe in his notable Theory of Colors. The German writer and thinker proclaimed that of all colors blue and yellow are the purest,…

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Journeying Through the Art of Ballet: My Decleration of Dependence

Remember: It’s all about the Journey A little girl approached me at our last annual ballet concert, confessing that she too desires to become a dancer. “It’s magical,” I heard her say wistfully, and then afterward a slight frown appeared on her face. “Only… I don’t have what you have,”she concluded, forcing her words out quickly. The girl was referring, I assumed, to her curvy and somewhat short figure — not the stereotypical ballerina physiognomy, at least traditionally speaking. “Was it love at first sight?” she asked. Her question surprised me. It had been a some time since I had thought back to when I…

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Saints & Sinners

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Adrian Evans is an established and respected figure in the inking world, and known for starting Elm Street Tattoo with Oliver Peck (former husband of Kat Von D and judge on the reality show Ink Master) before selling his percentage. He’s been tattooing in Dallas ever since, and has built up a reputation for imbuing his work with craft and creativity. Here Adrian and Beau Jennings talk shop at Saints & Sinners in the Bishop Arts District.   Saints & Sinners welcomed Adrian aboard in December 2015. @saintsandsinnersdallas

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