This was certainly the case in Peter Copping's deceptively complex spring-summer 2013 show at Paris Fashion Week, which floated ethereally
by and matched the vintage feeling of last season's show.
androgynous actor Tilda Swinton defies gender on the cover of the transversial style magazine, Candy
speaking, it has also been the wish of the modern man to escape from darkness to light- both metaphysically and metaphorically.
Here's the thing: If you are rolling along in your 102EX and see that your electricity is running a bit low, what's the likelihood that you'd want to have to stop at your nearest: charging station, flip open the cleverly designed cap over the plug and five-pin socket (there is a clear door with logos inscribed on it) and hook up for single-phase (20 hours) or three-phase (8 hours) charging, even though when hooked up, the whole thing glows with an ethereally
The scene is bathed in a sublime and ethereally
gilded celestial light that makes the couple appear to levitate From their worldliness.
As the closing Element of Truth drifted ethereally
through the auditorium and out into the night, the crucial nature of that fact became clear: Empirical haven't even started to explore the full potential of their music, but are already in grave danger of giving jazz a good name.
SHOULD you need an actress to gaze ethereally
through a Dickensian window, Gillian Anderson is your woman.
Stettheimer's art, like her ethereally
hovering figures, thus seems to exist in a sphere all its own.
Add coordinates in silks, linen and gauze for ethereally
elegant shabby chic.
Yet even the typewriter still involves the production of letters by purely physical processes, whereas the computer seems to produce text ethereally
, without reliance on any physical substrate.
(The strangeness of this sonic remembrance, given how ethereally
high the A-string viola line is compared to the tessitura of most male voices, is a point to which I will return.)