BRIAN MOLKO :
"My sweet prince,
You are the one.
Me and my valuable friend,
Can fix all the pain away.
So before I end my day,
My sweet prince,You are the one".
[My sweet prince - Placebo]
Bodysuit lace and wool coat.
Gabrielle Lys. September 4, 2010.
Gothic: Wrap-around skirt in flax. Cotton tee-shirt. Boots of climbing. Gabrielle Lys 2005.
PURE STYLE :
Marilyn coat with black gloves.
Gabrielle Lys. April 27 2011.
GIVE A KISS :
He and She wear skirt.
Gabrielle Lys. June 9, 2012.
The golden mean
The golden section is neither a measurement, nor a dimension, it is a relationship between two homogeneous sizes.
The golden section is the positive solution of the equation , that is to say
The first 100 decimals of the golden section are :
One indicates it by the Greek letter ( phi )
Leonard of Pisa, more known under his Fibonacci nickname is a famous mathematician of the Average Age at the origin of the notation arithmetic, known as Arab, than we use today. He was born in Italy around 1175. Fibonacci helped much his father in his trade. He travelled much to Egypt, to Syria, to Greece, to Sicily and Provence. Fibonacci benefitted from his voyages to meet many mathematicians abroad. Thus he studied and learned the mathematical techniques employed in these various areas. He quickly realized of the advantages of the system indo-Arabic compared to the others. About 1200, Fibonacci finished with his voyages and went back to Pisa where he worked on mathematical knowledge which he had acquired.
The continuation of Fibonacci
The continuation of Fibonacci is a continuation where a number of the continuation is the result of the sum of its two precedents (N3 = N1 + N2). On the basis of number 1, one thus obtains 1+0=1, 1+1=2, 2+1=3, 3+2=5, ... The continuation will thus be written: 0, 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89, 144... until the infinite one.
The golden section and the continuation of Fibonacci are closely dependent
1/1 = 1
2/1 = 2
3/2 = 1.5
5/3 = 1.6666...
8/5 = 1.6
13/8 = 1.625
21/13 = 1.61538...
34/21 = 1.61904...
Thus continuously kind, the values of the fractions of Fibonacci approach the golden section (either 1,618...) when N is very large.
The golden section and nature, arts...
The golden section is found inside nature, arts... There are many examples. Let us quote for example:
The number of petals of a flower always corresponds to a number of the continuation of Fibonacci.
The pyramid of Khéops or the Parthenon in Athens has dimensions which highlight the importance of the golden section in their architecture.
The navel divides the breast height into two segments which are in the report/ratio of the golden section.
Lastly, the golden section intervenes in the calculation of
the proportion of the skirt
The Sun King:
He surveys the 2007 EXCLUSIVE EDITION parties of the Louise avenue in Brussels in bullfighter's costumes. Dress out of gold satin in harlequin style with thigh boots.
Gabrielle Lys. July 2007.
The site is a success thanks to you all. Thank you for your expressions of sympathy in the golden
and ideological support of members. Thank you also with those which write personal messages to me. They suit me right to the heart and push me to advance always further.
THE MAN WITH A SHORT DRESS:
Sunday, the banks of the channel are places "where to be seen" for the Jet Set of Brussels. A designer of the street Etienne Dansart rests along the bank. Short dress with zip fastener on the front, deer boots, sunglasses, earrings out of gold and squared haircut.
Gabrielle Lys. June 2007.
STORM OF COLORS:
Storm of colors in Galliano style...
Dress out of silk with printed and make-up multi colors.
Gabrielle Lys. October 18, 2008.
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