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Molton Brown Heavenly Gingerlily Eau de Parfum ...
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Floral Olfactive Signature: Hyacinth. Top Notes: Ginger, Cardamom, Osmanthus. Heart Notes: Lily, Rose, Orange, Orris. Base Notes: Tuberose, Cedarwood, Vanilla. Blowing like a soft breeze, Molton Brown Heavenly Gingerlily Eau de Parfum breathes Tahiti’s warmth into the chilly air of London. Twisting floral vines are braided together with notes of Lily and Rose before being wrapped in a light yet all-encompassing swathe of Hyacinth. Resting on spiced sands of earthy Ginger and aromatic Cardamom, the fragrance contrasts cerulean waves with a trail of ebony pebbles on the shore. Blooming by a quiet lagoon, Orris and Tuberose sweeten and soothe before melting into a creamy Vanilla and Cedarwood base. Housed in a classic dark brown bottle designed by Vincent Villeger, the perfume expresses its individual personality through the pearlescent spherical lid. Glowing a soft, dusty pink, this pop art-inspired marble encompasses the gentle relaxing air of fluttering tropical petals. Brand new packaging, same formula. Made in England.

Anbieter: Lookfantastic DACH
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Molton Brown Fiery Pink Pepper Eau de Parfum 100ml
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Woody Olfactive Signature: Osmanthus. Top Notes: Pink Pepper, Tangerine, Ginger. Heart Notes: Lily of the Valley, Jasmine, Ciste. Base Notes: Patchouli, Oakmoss, Cedarwood, Musk. Born from Reunion Island’s crackling spirit, Molton Brown Fiery Pink Pepper Eau de Toilette lights a searing flame within the heart of London. Home to an active volcano, this popular climbing destination lends its effervescent personality to this simmering scent brought to life by Carla Chabert. As a perfumer who peruses the unconventional, the sparkling allure of her fiery fragrance is as infectious and adrenaline-inducing as the glowing spill of lava. Fruity Osmanthus and Tangerine are punctuated with spicy Ginger and Pink Pepper, blending into a bubbling cauldron of immense natural power. This is coupled with an aromatic whirl of smoky earth and wood as Ciste, Oakmoss and Patchouli strike against burning rock. Contained within the walls of a luxuriously dark bottle designed by Vincent Villeger, the fragrance erupts at the top in a burst of swirling magenta that smoulders like cooling embers. Brand new packaging, same formula. Made in England.

Anbieter: Lookfantastic DACH
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Ginger and Petunia , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 20min
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Virginia Vincent Folsum, better known as Ginger, is a very elegant lady. An accomplished pianist, socially active - and what style! "You are what you wear" is her motto. But Ginger's greatest passion is her pet pig, Petunia, whom she pampers endlessly. When Ginger is called out of town for a performance, Petunia is left on her own. Donning Ginger's stunning gowns, Petunia poses as Ginger and conducts business as usual, with no one the wiser. Hilarity ensues as Petunia becomes the toast of the town, proving Ginger's motto that you really are what you wear. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Cheryl Stern. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/lili/002462/bk_lili_002462_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 25.05.2020
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ISBN Hair (An Illustrated History) Buch Taschen...
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Bobs, beards, blondes and beyond, Hair takes us on a lavishly illustrated journey into the world of this remarkable substance and our complicated and fascinating relationship with it.Taking the key things we do to it in turn, this book captures its importance in the past and into the present: to individuals and society, for health and hygiene, in social and political challenge, in creating ideals of masculinity and womanliness, in being a vehicle for gossip, secrets and sex.Using art, film, personal diaries, newspapers, texts and images, Susan J. Vincent unearths the stories we have told about hair and why they are important. From ginger jibes in the seventeenth century to bobbed-hair suicides in the 1920s, from hippies to Roundheads, from bearded women to smooth metrosexuals, Hair shows the significance of the stuff we nurture, remove, style and tend. You will never take it for granted again.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Van Gogh, Dalí, and Beyond: The World Reimagined
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Published in conjunction with the second major exhibition The Museum of Modern Art is organizing for the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Van Gogh to Richter: People, Places and Things is an exploration of the myriad innovative ways modern artists have reinvented the traditional genres of portrait, still life and landscape from the 1880s to today. By looking closely at works in a range of media, the catalogue shows how these long-established categories have expanded and transformed from Post-Impressionism to Photorealism, reflecting changes in our conceptions of individuals, objects and spaces. The selection of works range from Frida Kahlo's confident selfrepresentation to Gerhard Richter's blurred likeness; from Paul Cézanne's iconic tabletop arrangements to Jeff Koons's commodified objects; from Vincent van Gogh's roiling olive trees to Richard Long's land art, each demonstrating how modernism's radical new forms have continuously revitalized art history's conventional subjects. An introductory text reflects on how these artists both inherit and reject the traditions of their adopted genres, and three essays provide close readings of a key portrait (Henri de Toulouse Lautrec's La Goulue at the Moulin Rouge), still-life (Paul Cézanne's Still Life with Ginger Jar, Sugar Bowl and Oranges), and landscape (Van Gogh's The Olive Trees) from the dawn of modernism, and expand to consider subsequent works.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Van Gogh, Dalí, and Beyond: The World Reimagined
44,99 € *
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Published in conjunction with the second major exhibition The Museum of Modern Art is organizing for the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Van Gogh to Richter: People, Places and Things is an exploration of the myriad innovative ways modern artists have reinvented the traditional genres of portrait, still life and landscape from the 1880s to today. By looking closely at works in a range of media, the catalogue shows how these long-established categories have expanded and transformed from Post-Impressionism to Photorealism, reflecting changes in our conceptions of individuals, objects and spaces. The selection of works range from Frida Kahlo's confident selfrepresentation to Gerhard Richter's blurred likeness; from Paul Cézanne's iconic tabletop arrangements to Jeff Koons's commodified objects; from Vincent van Gogh's roiling olive trees to Richard Long's land art, each demonstrating how modernism's radical new forms have continuously revitalized art history's conventional subjects. An introductory text reflects on how these artists both inherit and reject the traditions of their adopted genres, and three essays provide close readings of a key portrait (Henri de Toulouse Lautrec's La Goulue at the Moulin Rouge), still-life (Paul Cézanne's Still Life with Ginger Jar, Sugar Bowl and Oranges), and landscape (Van Gogh's The Olive Trees) from the dawn of modernism, and expand to consider subsequent works.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.05.2020
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