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I love all the Blumarine. They're so perfect.

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I like to look like Lolita

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Can someone please explain to me what exactly does the term "LOLITA" means and how it derived? I kind of understand, but not really. Thanks!

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it's a book by nabakov...
there were several movie versions as well...

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Lolita
Main Entry: Lo·li·ta
Pronunciation: lO-'lE-t&
Function: noun
Etymology: from Lolita, character in the novel Lolita (1955) by Vladimir Nabokov
: a precociously seductive girl

Lolita is a novel by Vladimir Nabokov, first published in 1955. The novel is famous both for its innovative style and for its controversial subject. The novel's narrator and main character, Humbert Humbert, a middle-aged European emigré living in the United States, becomes sexually obsessed with a pubescent girl.

Lolita is also the title of two motion pictures based on the novel. The name has also become a slang term for a sexually attractive or precocious young girl.

The term Lolita may refer to:

-A 1955 novel, Lolita, by Vladimir Nabokov.
-A 1962 film, Lolita, by director Stanley Kubrick; the title character was played by Sue Lyon.
-A 1997 film, Lolita, by directed by Adrian Lyne; the title character was played by Dominique Swain.
-A slang term for a sexually attractive or precocious young girl.
-The so-called "Lolita syndrome" or "Lolita complex".
-Gothic lolita, a fashion style popular in Japan.
-The "Long Island Lolita", a nickname given to Amy Fisher.
-A town, Lolita, Texas.

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Originally posted by Lea@Nov 3 2004, 06:45 PM
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Lolita
Main Entry: Lo·li·ta
Pronunciation: lO-'lE-t&
Function: noun
Etymology: from Lolita, character in the novel Lolita (1955) by Vladimir Nabokov
: a precociously seductive girl

Lolita is a novel by Vladimir Nabokov, first published in 1955. The novel is famous both for its innovative style and for its controversial subject. The novel's narrator and main character, Humbert Humbert, a middle-aged European emigré living in the United States, becomes sexually obsessed with a pubescent girl.

Lolita is also the title of two motion pictures based on the novel. The name has also become a slang term for a sexually attractive or precocious young girl.

The term Lolita may refer to:

-A 1955 novel, Lolita, by Vladimir Nabokov.
-A 1962 film, Lolita, by director Stanley Kubrick; the title character was played by Sue Lyon.
-A 1997 film, Lolita, by directed by Adrian Lyne; the title character was played by Dominique Swain.
-A slang term for a sexually attractive or precocious young girl.
-The so-called "Lolita syndrome" or "Lolita complex".
-Gothic lolita, a fashion style popular in Japan.
-The "Long Island Lolita", a nickname given to Amy Fisher.
-A town, Lolita, Texas.
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WOW! Thanks so much for your awesome info! Now I actually know! By the way.. has anyone read the book? Is it good?

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Originally posted by mimmy@Nov 3 2004, 05:47 AM
That's a very pretty dress, purple!
I thought so, as are the ones that you've posted...
Here are a couple more, from Clements Ribeiro's fall 2004 show.

(Notice the skull on the last one- very Gothic Lolita).
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Just two more for now, a larger view of the black flowered one.
That lacey black dress is from the same season, by Rochas.
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Gorgeous!! Can't wait to try this look out

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LOVE IT.

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lovely! i used to wear stuff like this in kindergarten with the poofy dresses and buckled mary janes.

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