Susanna Galanis PRESS Depesha (Russian Lifestyle) Magazine
Style by: Elle Werlin Jewelry by: Susanna Galanis
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Since lately I have been getting so many inquiries about the jewelry that has been worn by Serena and Charlie on Gossip Girl, I am pleased to announce that all the pieces shown are now available on my website! SG
COCO CHANEL – PARIS
Gabrielle Bonheur “Coco” Chanel ( August 19, 1883 – January 10, 1971)
Was the founder of the most famous fashion brand Channel [as if you don’t already know…] was named by Time 100 one of the most important people of the century…last century. The rest is fashion history…which I am going to tell all about it on my next post…very soon. This is just the preview.
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NIKE ancient Greek goddess of Victory in all her glory!
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It seems to me that the ancient Greek goddesses are all over New York City these days! Athena and Nike! I encountered them both…
First it was goddess Athena at the Metropolitan Museum’s facade, [she is eternally there, please visit] and then making a cameo appearance on the face of the most beautiful cameo I ever saw, at an estate art show, [please see my previous posts] and now its Goddess Nike [the goddess of Victory.] She is standing right at the heart of New York City. The center of the world I would say….
Her glorious and magnificent presence cannot be missed in the bold and beautiful golden gilded bronze statue at the northern half of Central Park’s Grand Army Plaza [at Fifth Avenue and 59th Street]. She is accompanying Union Army General William Tecumseh Sherman – a great American military hero of the civil war, which makes me wonder? did the ancient Greek goddesses help non-ancient Greeks as well? Apparently yes! Their divine existence is not only eternal, but universal! In this larger-than-life statute goddess Nike is accompanying general Tecumseh Sherman in a courageous lead into the battle of 1864 in which the Confederacy was successfully split in two effectively ending the Civil War. Amazing work Nike! … and thank you! Your presence and help is always welcome in New York City.
This major work of art by famous sculptor Saint-Gaudens (1848-1909 USA) ranks as one of the world’s finest equestrian monuments, winning the Grand Prix at the Paris Exposition in 1900.
I am so proud of my Greek Goddesses patronizing New York! The next time you go for a walk to Central Park, or go shopping at Bergdorf’s stop for a moment and admire the beauty called Nike!
I will be back soon with more details about glorious goddess Nike…..