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  • It was called Odalisque, and it was made by American fashion & jewelry designer Nettie Rosenstein, who is often given credit for inventing the concept of the “little black dress” which is now a fashion staple for stylish women everywhere.

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  • It was called Odalisque, and it was made by American fashion & jewelry designer Nettie Rosenstein, who is often given credit for inventing the concept of the “little black dress” which is now a fashion staple for stylish women everywhere.

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  • And yes, it does smell like "old money", like another old favorite of mine, Nettie Rosenstein's Odalisque, which is virtually impossible to find.

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  • They'd be swamped in the wake from "Odalisque," Republican Tom Foley's 100-foot ship flagged under the Republic of Marshall Islands and hailing from the port of Bikini.

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  • They'd be swamped in the wake from "Odalisque," Republican Tom Foley's 100-foot ship flagged under the Republic of Marshall Islands and hailing from the port of Bikini.

    Jeff Greene, Florida Senate Candidate, Is The Latest And Greatest Entry In 2010's Yacht Follies (VIDEO)

  • The "Odalisque" of Ingres, where all the lines of the body constitute a single line, is a notable case.

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  • "Odalisque" (1814), the "Source" (1818) -- all these canvases are in the Louvre -- are among the most beautiful poems consecrated to setting forht the noblest meaning of the human figure.

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  • The Telegraph, Vekselberg (net worth: $6.4 billion) bought the painting, "Odalisque" by

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  • And while "Odalisque" and "The Legionnaire's Lament" are undeniably Mangum-steeped, the Decemberists have likely read as much Bangs as Beard, borrowing discreetly from sources far and wide; there's nary a song that doesn't stutter on its own immense cultural vocabulary.

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  • Victor Hugo's vivid poems in "Les Orientales" (1829) were a pioneering effort in pure imagination, as was painter Jean Dominique Ingres's seductive "Grande Odalisque" (1814), the reclining peach-skinned nude, with her tasseled turban and peacock fan, no more Oriental than a sauce béarnaise.

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