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  • Do u agree the politics of H&M?🙏
I should tell you that I love the clothes which they're doing but I really don't understand the situation with @_revok_ .🤨
Just wanna remind  you that H&M used the background made by Revok for the fotoset of new collection.
When revok told their that they need to pay for using his art,H&M told that they don't wanna do it❗
Write your thoughts about this brand and about their politics 🚩
What should you choose in brand:politics or design of clothes?
  • Do u agree the politics of H&M?🙏
    I should tell you that I love the clothes which they're doing but I really don't understand the situation with @_revok_ .🤨
    Just wanna remind you that H&M used the background made by Revok for the fotoset of new collection.
    When revok told their that they need to pay for using his art,H&M told that they don't wanna do it❗
    Write your thoughts about this brand and about their politics 🚩
    What should you choose in brand:politics or design of clothes?
  • 991 31 4 September, 2019

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  • Easter is the most important holiday of the Russian Orthodox Church calendar, and the exchange of eggs is a widespread tradition. For thirty-two years, beginning in 1885, the House of Fabergé produced Easter eggs for the Romanov family. There are records of fifty imperial eggs (only forty-two identified) commissioned initially by Tsar Alexander III for his wife, Maria Feodorovna (thirty eggs), and then by his son and heir, Tsar Nicolas II, for his mother and for his wife, Alexandra Feodorovna (twenty eggs). The creation of each imperial Easter egg required the work of many people (designers, gem cutters and setters, engravers, enamelers, miniaturists, polishers) and could take more than a year to complete.

The previous Easter, gifts presented by Nicolas II to his wife had been dedicated to the themes of love and the family : they had contained painted portraits of the children or depictions of the palaces, where Alexandra spent her time. For Easter 1897, the Tsar’s jeweller had decided for the first time to create an Egg, which would have for its main theme an important political event - the Coronation of Nicolas II. Subsequently Fabergé would create for the Tsarina a whole series of Imperial Easter Eggs embodying the main events of Russia’s history in the late 19th and early 20th century, from the construction of the Great Siberian Railway to the 300th anniversary of the founding of the Romanov dynasty. The Coronation Egg contains an astonishing « surprise » - a tiny, topographically accurate copy of the coach, in which Alexandra Feodorovna drove out into the ancient capital of Moscow on May 9, 1896.
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#Russia 🇷🇺 #StPetersburg #FabergéMuseum #ViktorVekselbergCollection #ViktorVekselberg #Art #ArtLover #ArtWork #Artist #Collection #CoronationEgg #Easter #EasterEgg #Egg #Fabergé #FabergéEgg #History #HouseOfFabergé #ImperialEgg #Jeweller #Museum #Romanov #Russia #RussianArt #RussianEmpire #фаберже #яйцафаберже #1897
  • Easter is the most important holiday of the Russian Orthodox Church calendar, and the exchange of eggs is a widespread tradition. For thirty-two years, beginning in 1885, the House of Fabergé produced Easter eggs for the Romanov family. There are records of fifty imperial eggs (only forty-two identified) commissioned initially by Tsar Alexander III for his wife, Maria Feodorovna (thirty eggs), and then by his son and heir, Tsar Nicolas II, for his mother and for his wife, Alexandra Feodorovna (twenty eggs). The creation of each imperial Easter egg required the work of many people (designers, gem cutters and setters, engravers, enamelers, miniaturists, polishers) and could take more than a year to complete.

    The previous Easter, gifts presented by Nicolas II to his wife had been dedicated to the themes of love and the family : they had contained painted portraits of the children or depictions of the palaces, where Alexandra spent her time. For Easter 1897, the Tsar’s jeweller had decided for the first time to create an Egg, which would have for its main theme an important political event - the Coronation of Nicolas II. Subsequently Fabergé would create for the Tsarina a whole series of Imperial Easter Eggs embodying the main events of Russia’s history in the late 19th and early 20th century, from the construction of the Great Siberian Railway to the 300th anniversary of the founding of the Romanov dynasty. The Coronation Egg contains an astonishing « surprise » - a tiny, topographically accurate copy of the coach, in which Alexandra Feodorovna drove out into the ancient capital of Moscow on May 9, 1896.

    #Russia 🇷🇺 #StPetersburg #FabergéMuseum #ViktorVekselbergCollection #ViktorVekselberg #Art #ArtLover #ArtWork #Artist #Collection #CoronationEgg #Easter #EasterEgg #Egg #Fabergé #FabergéEgg #History #HouseOfFabergé #ImperialEgg #Jeweller #Museum #Romanov #Russia #RussianArt #RussianEmpire #фаберже #яйцафаберже #1897
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  • Syn Cryo? Lol
  • Syn Cryo? Lol
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  • For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come,
Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.
------- Romans 8:38-39

Type "Amen" if you believe it! .
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God bless you today🌻
  • For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come,
    Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.
    ------- Romans 8:38-39

    Type "Amen" if you believe it! .
    .
    God bless you today🌻
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  • Looking at holiday photos made me accidentally book our next trip. 🌴
  • Looking at holiday photos made me accidentally book our next trip. 🌴
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