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Our photographer Diego Zuko brings you all the best street style looks straight from Paris.:

Couture, Couture! Street Style Fall 2014

Our photographer Diego Zuko brings you all the best street style looks straight from Paris. Mira Duma in Vika Gazinskaya.

Love the color of this dress

"This chartreuse ball gown on Miroslava Duma was one of the standout looks from Jason Wu’s polished S/S 12 collection." Now wear is that old valance sheet?from WhoWhatWear

Yellow inspiration

This dress reminds me of one of my greatest hero's, a woman named Alice! As girls camp director she wore a yellow cape as our theme was Superhero's and I couldn't stop taking pictures of her! As bright as sunshine!

Elegant Day Wedding by ZaraZoo Photography | SouthBound Bride

Elegant Day Wedding at Molenvliet by ZaraZoo Photography

Elegant Day Wedding at Molenvliet by ZaraZoo Photography: Kiki & Duma

The Russian fashion girls strike again with four game-changing looks.    Read more: Couture 2012 Street Style - Couture 2012 Street Style Photographs - Harper's BAZAAR  Street Style

The Russian fashion girls strike again with four game-changing looks. Read more: Couture 2012 Street Style - Couture 2012 Street Style Photographs - Harper's BAZAAR Street

Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova

Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova, mother of the last Tzar of Russia Nicolas II

"Marie Antoinette's Jewels"  They actually belonged to Hortense de Beauharnais, and may have belonged to her mother, the empress Josephine before that.  However, Hortense sold them to King Louis-Philippe.  His wife Queen Marie Amelie (Marie Antoinette's niece, so perhaps that's where the confusion entered) remodeled them.  Now in the Louvre.

The sapphire parure of Queen Marie Amelie, purchased by her husband Louis Philippe from Hortense Beauhamais, so they likely found their source in Empress Josephine. Passed down through the family, sold to the Louvre for their Royal Jewel collection in

THE ATLANTA RIPPER Another Little-Known Unsolved Mystery from American History As almost any historical crime writer can tell you, it is a sad fact that African American murder victims rarely received the newspaper coverage that white victims received. This was especially true prior to the middle part of the twentieth century, when lynchings and race riots were still a tragic reality in American history. The fact that so many people have never heard of the “Atlanta Ripper”

"The Atlanta Ripper", a serial killer that only targeted African-American women. In a time when lynchings and were still a tragic reality in American history, newspapers and police didn't care much about theese victims.

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