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    Rumors A Farce Analysis

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    Rumors, a farce by Neil Simon, was directed by Carol Sutton and costumed by Will Lowry at Furman University. The farce featured outlandish characters with costumes that were crisp and sparkling that joined the characters’ social statuses and the anniversary they were supposed to celebrate. Lowry stated that with the costumes, he tried “reinforcing characters and playing with relationships.” The costumes represented each character and relationship well, but lacked success in conjunction with the set and period. Simon’s play is set in the 1980s at a deputy-mayor’s house in New York with upper class socialites. The costumes were jewel toned gowns for the women and tuxes for the men. Because dresses and tuxes form the 1980s are presumably hard to come by, the costume designer used modern found clothing and fabric to imitate the clothing of the period (Lowry). Therefore, the costumes did not exactly align with the time period. Popular elements of the 1980s were definitely incorporated into the designs, however, with peplums, bows, and outrageous shoulder articles for the women. As for the men, Glenn Cooper—the politician—wore the sleeve of his suit rolled up while Ken Goreman—the lawyer—wore a complete tux with a cummerbund and suspenders.…

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    Oscar Night Research Paper

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    this prelude often get more viewers than the Oscar show itself! Celebrities go through hours of preparation in order to look that good. They employ hair and make-up teams for that special night, and pick out dresses sometimes months in advance. Of course, in their case they sometimes have designers throwing dresses worth thousands of dollars at them. Oscar Night can make or break a designer's career if they have the right celebrity wearing their line. In reality though, most of us are not…

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    Today I try on my wedding dress. Maura and I walk across the black tarmac to the all-glass storefront, Dana's Bridal Warehouse scrawled in giant letters on the glass. I regret wearing a black t-shirt today. Even in the short distance from the car to the door, the dark material absorbs the summer sun and instantly makes my armpits and under my boobs sweat. A bell tinkles overhead as we step into the air conditioning and we breathe a sigh of relief. Maura pulls out a small compact from her…

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    The 16th-Century Renaissance Inspired Fashion: Alexander McQueen St. Mary Magdalene in a Landscape (Figure 1) has inspired Alexander McQueen Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear collection (Figure 2). In Figure 1, the woman wears a classic Renaissance-style dress. In Figure 2, this dress adapts several Renaissance fashion features, including fitted bodice, puffed sleeves flared at the elbow, front lace-up, pointed waistline, and square neckline. From the two figures, both share these features. The most…

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    Best Vintage Bridesmaids Gowns Vintage weddings never go out of style, they are not only timeless but stylish as well. At our shop When Freddy met Lilly, we want to bring you not only modernized bridesmaid gowns but the vintage bridesmaid gowns as well. That is why we are one of the top Brisbane designer's of wedding attire, because when you visit our location you will definitely find a dress that fits your wedding theme perfectly and flawlessly. What are the Different Styles of Vintage…

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    Charlotte is getting ready and fitted into her ball gown when she really wants to be in the stables. Zach is putting on his suit and decides he wants to take a walk outside. Heading out into the lavish gardens he decides to walk in the direction of the stable. Once her ball gown is fitted, Charlotte changes into something more suitable for a run and sprints to the stables so she can mount a horse and get riding. Zach spots a girl in the distance and runs up to her to see what a lady is doing on…

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    Cap & Gown Translating from one moment to the next is something big. Moving on in life is a tough thing to do at times. But graduating from school in a cap and gown makes me feel like a young man who has achieved one out of many future goals. Graduating from Junior High School was big for me for three reasons. For one, my grandma got to see me walk across the stage prod. Two, my family was there to see me and hear me be able to say, I did it. Three the entire school saw who TySuan Stuart was.…

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    I have this dress inside my closet that means a lot to me. Each time I look inside my closet I remember of my wedding day. It is something that symbolizes love to me. I wore this dress on my wedding day, when I married to John proctor. He is a very special man to me and I will love him until death will do us apart. We had been planning this day since the day I meet him. The night before our wedding there was a bad storm in Salem. Before going to bed I asked god to stop the rain by the next day…

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    The event that I had attended was ‘Race and Town Gown Policing : Perceptions? Realities ? ‘ which was held on the Friday, September 18 from 2 - 4 pm at the Sykes Union This event was attended by many; staff , faculty and students of West Chester University. There was a panel of five people , two of them were students from West Chester university itself , the head of the West Chester department of police , head of public safety and a police office serving since the past 20 years . Two…

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    the Kimberly-Clark corporation, have been lying to people by selling defective goods. Specifically he claimed that Halyard Health have been purposely selling MICROCOOL surgical gowns that had the tendency to leak or having the sleeves fall off. As Avenatti said “They didn't tell the public. They didn't tell the FDA. They didn't tell physicians. They told no one. They kept selling the gown to the tune of millions of dollars every month.” Although some people believe that every product isn’t…

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