Chameleonic Musician David Bowie Is Constellation Near Mars. David Bowie had several phases and styles in his creation as a musician: MOD (60s) - HIPPIE (60s) Space Oddity - GLAM (1970 - 1974) The Man Who Sold World (1970) Diamond Dogs (1974) - PLASTIC SOUL ( 1975 - 1976) Young Americans (1975) Station to station (1976) - BERLIN (1976 - 1979) Low, "Heroes" and Lodger - NEW ROMANTIC (1980 - 1988) Let's Dance (1983) and two more albums and back to rock with the band Tin Machine - ELECTRONIC (1995 - 2001) Outside (1995) Earthling (1997) - NEOCLÁSSICO (2002 - 2016) Hours (1999) - The Next Day (2013) and Blackstar (2016). His entire Creation as a Musician was guided from the beginning by his continuous quest as a man to attain Divine Enlightenment. And Bowie left all that, duly documented in his vast musical oeuvre. His Life Trajectory was ALL Inscribed in His Musical Work. David Bowie devoted himself to modern occultism. His own definition of himself: "I'm closer to the Golden Dawn Immersed in Crowley's uniform I'm not a prophet or a man of stone Just a mortal with the potential of a superman." - Quicksand. Everything documented from start to "end." With Great Style and Great Elegance. And for ALL that, he was honored with a lightning-shaped constellation. Bowie is now made up of seven stars: Sigma Librae, Spica, Alpha Virginis, Zeta Centauri, SAO 204 132, SAO 241 641 and Beta Sigma Octantis Trianguli Australis. Just as it was drawn on his face on the cover of the album Alladin Sane (1973), and the location chosen for the lightning-shaped constellation, it was very close to Mars, as in the song Life on Mars from the album Hunky Dory (1971). At the request of a radio station in Brussels, the observatory for space studies MIRA (Institute for Astronomical Research of Monterey), registered the constellation in honor of the musician. As I Said, Hamlet, by William Shakespeare: There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy. That's why David Bowie, will forever be in my Gallery, as an example of one of the Most Elegant Men. (To read + Articles 2020, 2021 Click Article Archive, Click the month, scroll down, just read!)

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Elegância Cultura Cinema - Elegância Cultura Moda - Elegância Cultura Livro - Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel - F. Scott Fitzgerald - Baz Luhrmann -The Great Gatsby (O Grande Gatsby) 2013 - Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan. Filme Baseado no Clássico Livro Americano de F. Scott Fitzgerald (que é um dos meus autores prediletos, ele consegue transmitir em 218 páginas, muita informação, homem genial).Veja o resumo da Wikipédia abaixo: Publicado pela primeira vez em 10 de abril de 1925, a história passa-se em Nova Iorque e na cidade de Long Island durante o verão de 1922, e é uma crítica ao "Sonho Americano". O romance relata o caos da Primeira Guerra Mundial. Pois é, esse é o contexto histórico e Político e Social do Livro, mas tem um Romance Trágico, por trás de todo o Contexto. É por isso que os Cineastas, adoram refilmar esse Clássico Livro. Pois tem outras duas Versões do Livro em Filmes: uma de 1974 e outra de 1949. E outra coisa a história se passa nos anos 20 ou melhor no louco anos 20. E é uma das Épocas que Elegância nos homens, era comum. Nas mulheres as Roupas, eram confortáveis e ao mesmo tempo charmosas, graças a Divina Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel ou ela Coco Chanel (em Francês, a pronúncia é Côco, como a fruta, não tem acento circunflexo na França). Chanel revolucionou, o jeito de vestir, Feminino. Ela libertou as mulheres de corpetes, vestidos com muitas camadas, cabelos longos e presos etc (as roupas do Século 19). Criou, assim, vestidos fluidos, de Jersey (malha extremamente confortável), cortou o cabelo "CHANEL", Sim, ela também Criou essa beleza feminina (a partir do cabelo de algumas atrizes, que eram mal vistas na época) tudo isso em1913. Influenciando todas as mulheres ao seu redor. Por isso esse Corte de Cabelo é um Clássico, até hoje. Símbolo de Elegância. Foi a Primeira mulher a tomar sol, na praia, cortando o suéter de seu Namorado (Amor de sua vida, que ajudou a abrir a primeira loja) e criando uma espécie de Maiô, primeira mulher a exibir as pernas bronzeadas. Usou todas as oportunidades que teve! Ela fazia seu próprio chapéu simplificado, enquanto os das mulheres nobres eram excessivos. Ela ia para o hipódromo com o Namorado, com seu chapéu, simplificado, com vestidos sóbrios e com gravatas e paletós que pegava no armário do companheiro. Fequentadoras do hipódromo, a maioria artistas, esportistas e escritoras, mal faladas na época, (por volta de 1912), para pedir dicas e para comprar e encomendar seu chapéu. Assim, ela abriu a primeira loja de chapéus com a ajuda do Namorado. Foram para um um Hotel de Luxo, ela e o Namorado, que já eram o Casal da época. Reformou no Hotel, uma malha do namorado, transformando num vestido confortável. Saiu para a rua, e todos perguntavam onde ela havia comprado. E ela respondia: "Se quiser vendo um desses para você" Naquele momento, 1913, ela virou uma Estilista. Inaugurou um loja, sucesso instantâneo. Criou a Roupa Esportiva. Lembrem-se Séc. 19. As mulheres usavam chapéu com " fruteiras na cabeça", espartilhos e os vestidos que arrastavam na areia. Em sua Nova Loja, ela já Criou, e vendia, blusas com golas rulês, inspiradas nas roupas dos marinheiros, feitas de malha e de tricô e também criou e fez as calças pantalonas. Chegou a Primeira Grande Guerra, a única loja que permaneceu aberta, foi a de Chanel As damas da sociedade, fugiram de suas mansões e apartamentos luxuosos e partiram para as cidades de veraneio. As turistas precisavam então de roupas confortáveis, que facilitassem a vida, e também caminhadas pela praia. A época começou a pedir austeridade. A etiqueta Chanel, atendia a essas necessidades. Ela e o Namorado, abriram, imediatamente, mais uma loja. Em 1916, já tinha trezentos funcionários. Fabricava, seus confortáveis, vestidos de Jérsei, que tinha em abundância, Cortou o cabelo, na altura do queixo (se inspirando em algumas atrizes), criando moda, Cabelo CHANEL, a primeira a ter a pele, bronzeada pelo Sol. Diminuiu o comprimento das saias, que passaram a mostrar os tornozelos. Foi amiga de todos os Artistas, Poetas, Bailarino, Compositores, Nobres e Políticos mais influentes da época. Sabe o Vestido Preto Básico CHANEL, quando o Amor de sua vida ( Ele que a ajudou tanto, iria se casar com a filha de um Lorde Inglês, para coroar sua carreira de diplomata).Mas um ano depois do casamento e do fim da guerra, ele morreu num acidente de carro. Chanel ficou arrasada. Criando assim, o Vestido Preto Básico CHANEL. Ela dizia que queria ver todas as mulheres, vestindo preto ou luto, em homenagem à Arthur Capel (Boy). Que foi o grande amor de sua vida. Então quando, alguma mulher, hoje em dia, vestir um vestido preto básico, usar Bijouterias, cortar o cabelo na altura do queixo, tomar sol tranquilamente na praia, usar um tauilleur, usar calça cumprida, lembre-se dela, e a reverenciem. Pois ela deixou esse legado para todas nós. Mas ela também, teve diversos amantes, todos Nobres em Título e em dinheiro. Mas com Boy Capel (assim que o chamavam) foi o Único Amor de sua Vida. Devemos entender que mulheres na época, não trabalhavam. Muito poucas trabalhavam. Chanel, era órfã, foi criada em um orfanato, junto com os irmãos, só saiu do orfanato, aos 18 anos. Aos 40 anos, em 1923, lançou, o CHANEL № 5 (o químico Ernest Beaux, usou 80 substâncias), para satisfazer as exigências de Chanel, e acabou lhe mostrando 8 amostras diferentes. A escolhida por Mademoiselle foi a № 5, daí a Criação do Clássico Perfume, CHANEL № 5. Criou o Clássico Tailleur CHANEL. Inventou o Uso de Bijouterias, até então só se usava jóias verdadeiras, (Ela dizia que deveria misturar-se bijouterias e jóias). Dizia: "Pedir a alguém que só use jóias verdadeiras é como pedir que se cubra apenas com flores de verdade, no lugar de se vestir uma roupa estampada florida". E assim, também Criou e eternizou os longos colares de pérolas falsas e de muitas voltas CHANEL. Trabalhou incansavelmente até 1971, nos deixando aos 88 anos. Essa Revolucionária, Criativa, Perspicaz, Criadora Infinita, Inspiradora Mulher. Viveu um Século à frente de seu tempo. Moderna, Independente. O que as Mulheres de hoje em dia são. Agora assistam a Obra de Barrs Luhrmann - The Great Gastsby. É uma grande festa (ao estilo Baz Luhrmann). E vejam o Espetacular figurino e toda exuberância que foi os Anos 20 ou Louco Anos 20.

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Inspiring Movie Review, To Catch a Thief Grace Kelly Cary Grant Alfred Hitchcock Humor Beauty Elegance Fashion and Stunning Landscapes Cary Grant .... John Robie (The Cat) Grace Kelly .... Frances Stevens Film based on the novel by David Dodge. Cary Grant is John Robie, a retired jewel thief who lives quietly on the Cotê d`Azur. And he is under suspicion of having committed several jewel thefts in Nice and Cannes. And he can only prove his innocence by catching the real culprit. But in the beautiful Cotê d`Azur he meets the stunning heiress Frances Stevens who is Grace Kelly, rich, bored, spoiled and enthusiastic and also curious about the reputation of John Robie ("The Cat"), Cary Grant. With gorgeous scenery. One of the most Elegant films, Hitchcock, knew what he was doing. Cary Grant and Gracy Kelly were together, actress and actor, some of the most elegant that ever passed through the cinema. They had natural Elegance. And beautiful! Gracy Kelly's costume was all designed by Edith Head, famous costume designer of the whole movie industry. And she had Gracy Kelly as her muse. Cary Grant, chose his own closet for the movie, because he was very elegant in real life, off screen. For the film Cary Grant found the red polka-dot scarf and the striped sweater in a local store. The scarf worn casually, tied around the neck in the style of a tie. This style was copied by many. The "look", entirely Casual, by Cary Grant. On his feet a CG handmade moccasin for Maxwell's, the pants of a suit. Very elegant. Look at Grace Kelly's "look" on the beach, with cat eye sunglasses, a light yellow swimsuit, and a scarf tied around her head in the same shade. Elegance on the beach. Grace Kelly's evening look is beautiful! She has class and a natural sense of Elegance, she seems to float, when she walks. Cary Grant in a tuxedo, lots of Elegance, natural. Innate Sense. The scene where Grace Kelly meets Cary Grant, in the lobby of the Hotel, she wears a black swimsuit, with a skirt-like beach outlet, a wide-brimmed hat (Flying Num), and a black turban. (One of Grace's signature pieces, made legendary by the future princess). In the picnic scene with the wonderful view of Monte Carlo, Grace Kelly wears a coral dress with white prints on the top (in perfect combination with the gloves) and with a pleated skirt and a coral scarf tied around her neck. Cary Grant with his usual Elegance. The scenes were improvised by the two, who were very much at ease with each other, (Hitchcock, approved). In the fireworks scene, both are in absolute classic elegance. Grace Kelly, is in a pearly white chiffon dress, with a magnificent diamond necklace. Cary Grant in a formal "look", which with all its Elegance, made it look, relaxed and fun. The clothes were a natural extension of himself (THIS IS THE BEST DEFINITION, FOR ELEGANCE). In the final scenes. We have a costume ball, held in a mansion on the Cote d'Azur.All the extras wore costumes in the style of Marie Antoinette's court (which I will talk about in another, article, about Sofia Coppola's film, made about Marie Antoinette). It was the most expensive scene that the stylist Edith Head had ever done. Grace Kelly, is dressed as "a fairy princess (Hitchcock's order). The ball gown, worn by her, with a huge gold mesh skirt, adorned with fabric birds and a gold mask, and on her head a gold wig (remember, all in the Marie Antoinette style). In an action scene, in which Cary Grant, walks on the roof ("The Cat'"), to prove his innocence. He wears black from head to toe, including a polo sweater. As the scene ends, he finishes the "look," with an elegant black coat, just in time for the final scene, on the terrace of his house in the hills, when he agrees to marry Frances (Grace Kelly). Cary Grant said, "I always went to work whistling." Evidently reflected, we saw all his Natural Elegance on the screen. Anyway, this film, shows, Natural Elegance in Cary Grant and Natural and Classical Elegance in Grace Kelly, mixed with Hitchcock's irresistible touch of English humor. And the stunning little City-State Monaco. You will be enchanted by such beauty in everything and everyone throughout the Film! (To read the previous Articles for 2021 and 2020 Click on FILES above - Click on the month and it will open the pages for that month, then scroll down and just read the articles)