- El·sa [el-sah] /ˈɛl sɑ/, 1890–1973, French fashion designer, born in Italy.
- Gio·van·ni Vir·gin·io [jaw-vahn-nee veer-jee-nyaw] /dʒɔˈvɑn ni virˈdʒi nyɔ/, 1835–1910, Italian astronomer.
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Contemporary Examples of schiaparelli
In January, the newly revived Schiaparelli sent out its first couture collection in decades, presenting light, whimsical clothing.What’s Haute, What’s Not: The Meaning of Modern Couture
July 11, 2014
Monday, following the first Schiaparelli couture show since 1954, where eclectically clad women walked in flat feathered sandals.
After 60 years, Schiaparelli is back with a couture runway full of playful, elegant, and irreverent looks for the modern woman.
The Schiaparelli Spring/Summer 2014 collection can be seen as something of a tipsy take on couture.
The long-dormant house of Schiaparelli finally has a new Creative Director.Marco Zanini Is The New Creative Director Of Schiaparelli
September 30, 2013
Historical Examples of schiaparelli
Say, I was willing to agree with Schiaparelli's name by the end of that march!A Martian Odyssey
Stanley Grauman Weinbaum
Schiaparelli compared them in sharpness to lines of a steel engraving.
The lines do exist essentially as figured by Schiaparelli and Lowell.
In 1882 Schiaparelli at Milan commenced a prolonged study of Mercury.The Story of the Solar System
George F. Chambers
Added to the others, this'll take care of everybody on the Schiaparelli.Omnilingual
H. Beam Piper
- Elsa (ˈelsa). 1896–1973, Italian couturière, noted esp for the dramatic colours of her designs
- Giovanni Virginio (dʒoˈvanni virˈdʒiːnjo). 1835–1910, Italian astronomer, who discovered the asteroid Hesperia (1861) and the so-called canals of Mars (1877)