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    • Clothing by country

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    • Clothes in politics

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    • Costumes

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    • Individual garments

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    • Latin American clothing

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    • Clothing

    • Clothing (also called clothes and attire) is fiber and textile material worn on the body. The wearing of clothing is mostly restricted to human beings and is a feature of nearly all human societies. The amount and type of clothing worn depends on body type, social, and geographic considerations. Some clothing types can ... Read »


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    • Afghan Coat

    • An Afghan Coat is a sheepskin or goatskin coat made with the fleece on the inside and the soft suede-like leather on the outside. It is a development of the traditional overcoat of the Afghani tribes, called the posteen or poshteen, which could be anywhere from jacket- to ankle-length, with full or partial sleeves. Mo ... Read »


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    • American Look (fashion movement)

    • The "American Look" was a sportswear focused fashion movement during the 1930s and 1940s. The term "American Look" was coined in 1932 by Lord & Taylor executive Dorothy Shaver. Through the "American Look," US fashion developed its own identity independent from European fashion houses. Historically, Paris had been ... Read »


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    • Animal print

    • Animal print is a clothing and fashion style in which the garment is made to resemble the pattern of the skin and fur of an animal such as a leopard, cheetah, zebra, tiger, spotted hyena, striped hyena, African wild dog, giraffe or monkey. Animal print is also used for room decoration, handbags and footwear and even so ... Read »


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    • Anti-suicide smock

    • An anti-suicide smock, Ferguson, turtle suit, or suicide gown is a tear-resistant single-piece outer garment that is generally used to prevent a hospitalized, incarcerated, or otherwise detained individual from forming a noose with the garment to commit suicide. The smock is typically a simple, sturdily quilted, collar ... Read »


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    • Baggies (clothing)

    • "Baggies" was a name given to a particular type of jean in the early 1980s in the United Kingdom. The jeans were designed to be loose fitting around the leg, with a tight zip or button around the ankle, and had a number of zips with pockets primarily down the front of the jean. Typically there may have been ten or more ... Read »


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    • Basic dress

    • A basic dress is a usually dark-colored dress of simple design which can be worn with various accessories to suit different occasions. Different kinds of jewelry, belts, scarves, and jackets can be worn with the basic dress to dress up or down. A little black dress is an example of a basic dress. ... Read »


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    • Bathing dress

    • A bathing dress was a mode of dress used for ladies' swimming/bathing activities during the 19th Century. These bathing costumes originally included ankle length dresses, long pants, and long sleeves. Around the 1880s the sleeves and hemlines of these dresses were shortened to improve range of motion and general comfor ... Read »


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    • Beaska

    • Beaska is a coat made of reindeer fur used by the Sami people, particularly in Torne. In Gällivare beaska means thicker fur and is mainly used by the richer people. In Northern Sami language it could also mean newer fur as it was of young reindeer calves, which are themselves called peschki in some dialects. The Nor ... Read »


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    • Bespoke tailoring

    • Bespoke tailoring i/biˈspoʊk/ is clothing made to an individual buyer's specifications by a tailor. Cad & the Dandy, a modern Savile Row tailor, describes true bespoke tailoring as requiring a full floating canvas, basted fitting and detailed hand finishing, which distinguishes bespoke from the much more common m ... Read »


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    • Boot

    • A boot is a type of footwear and a specific type of shoe. Most boots mainly cover the foot and the ankle, while some also cover some part of the lower calf. Some boots extend up the leg, sometimes as far as the knee or even the hip. Most boots have a heel that is clearly distinguishable from the rest of the sole, even ... Read »


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    • Camel toe

    • Camel toe, or cameltoe, is a slang term that refers to the outline of a woman's labia majora in tightly fitting clothes. Owing to a combination of anatomical factors and the tightness of the fabric covering the area, the crotch and mons pubis may display a shape resembling the forefoot of a camel. Camel toe commonly oc ... Read »


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    • Changing room

    • A changing room, locker room, dressing room (usually in a sports, theater or staff context) or changeroom (regional use) is a room or area designated for changing one's clothes. Changing rooms are provided in a semi-public situation to enable people to change clothes in privacy, either individually or on a gender basis ... Read »


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    • Clothing industry

    • Clothing industry or garment industry summarizes the types of trade and industry along the production and life chain of clothing and garments, starting with the textile industry (producers of cotton, wool, fur, and synthetic fibre) via fashion industry to fashion retailers up to trade with second-hand clothes and texti ... Read »


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    • Clothing insulation

    • Clothing insulation is the thermal insulation provided by clothing. Even if the main role of clothing is to protect from the cold, protective clothing also exists to protect from heat, such as for metallurgical workers or firemen. As regards thermal comfort, only the first case is considered. There are three kind ... Read »


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    • Clothing material

    • Historically, clothing is and has been made from many materials. These materials range from grasses to furs to much more elaborate and exotic materials. Some cultures, such as the various people of the Arctic Circle, until recently, made their clothing entirely of prepared and decorated furs and skins. Other cultures h ... Read »


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    • Clothing terminology

    • Clothing terminology comprises the names of individual garments and classes of garments, as well as the specialized vocabularies of the trades that have designed, manufactured, marketed and sold clothing over hundreds of years. Clothing terminology ranges from the arcane (watchet, a pale blue color name from the 16th ... Read »


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    • Cord lock

    • A plastic cord lock (also known as cord fastener, plastic stopper or cord toggle) attaches to drawstrings and tightens without the use of knots. Cord locks allow mountaineers to fasten clothing and camping equipment quickly in cold conditions when the fingers are encased in heavy gloves. They consist generally of three ... Read »


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    • Cosmetic textile

    • Cosmetic textiles are the functional textiles, including garments, underwear which come in direct contact with the skin through the process of microencapsulation. They concern the treatment of the skin for a cosmetic approach (for example, the orange peel effect), but can also be a vehicle for other active functions, s ... Read »


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    • Court dress

    • Court dress comprises the style of clothes prescribed for courts of law, and for royal courts. Members of the old Judicial Committee of the House of Lords (or "Law Lords") and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council never wore court dress (although advocates appearing before them did). Instead they were dresse ... Read »


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    • The David Casavant Archive

    • The David Casavant Archive is the private clothing collection of stylist David Casavant, located in New York City and was established in 2014. It actively loans garments to celebrities, designers, and stylists for editorial work. The Archive contains several thousand pieces of vintage men's clothing, primarily works by ... Read »


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    • Designer clothing

    • Designer clothing is clothing that bears the logo of a recognizable fashion designer. Designer clothing is not always created by the founder of the company. For example, the actual designer of Chanel is not its original founder and designer, Gabrielle Chanel, but German designer Karl Lagerfeld. The quality of the ... Read »


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    • Draper James

    • Draper James is a clothing line launched by actress Reese Witherspoon in 2015. A nod to Witherspoon’s Southern upbringing, the line aims to “emphasize (Witherspoon’s) southern roots and personal style.” The name is in honor of Witherspoon’s grandparents, Dorothea Draper and William James Wither ... Read »


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    • Epitoge

    • An epitoge is a garment worn over the left shoulder that sometimes forms part of academic or court dress. The epitoge is descended from the chaperon, a mediaeval hat that comprised an academic hood with the head part tucked into the cowl, so that the liripipe and cape hung at opposite sides of the head (left and right ... Read »


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    • Fashion accessory

    • A fashion accessory is an item used to contribute, in a secondary manner, to the wearer's outfit, often used to complete an outfit and chosen to specifically complement the wearer's look. The term came into use in the 19th century. Fashion accessories can be loosely categorized into two general areas: those that a ... Read »


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    • Fashion museum

    • A fashion museum is a museum dedicated to or featuring a significant collection of fashion accessories or clothing. Notable fashion museums include Costume Museum of Canada, the Fashion Museum, Bath, the Musée Galliera in Paris, and the Fashion Museum of the Province of Antwerp MoMu. National museums with significa ... Read »


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    • Form-fitting garment

    • A form-fitting garment is an article of clothing that tightly follows the contours of the part of the body being covered. Most form-fitting clothing is worn by females. A feature of Western societies is the popularity of form-fitting clothing worn by women, compared to equivalent male garments. These include t-shirts, ... Read »


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    • Fouta towel

    • The fouta is a piece of thin patterned cotton or linen fabric used in many Mediterranean countries, originally Tunisian. Among other uses, they were worn, by both men and women, wrapped around the body while at the public baths in 19th-century Syria. In Algeria, conservative women wore the fouta draped over their sarou ... Read »


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    • French maid

    • French maid is a strongly modified style of servant's dress that evolved from typical housemaid's black and white afternoon uniforms of 19th century France (and their later use by stereotypical soubrette characters in burlesque dramas and bedroom farces). The designs of the French maid dress can range widely from a con ... Read »


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    • Global trade of secondhand clothing

    • The global trade of secondhand clothing has a long history. Until the mid 19th century, second hand clothing was an important way of acquiring clothing. Only through industrialization, mass production, and increasing income, was the general public able to purchase new, rather than second-hand, clothing. During Europe ... Read »


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    • Godet (sewing)

    • A godet (/É¡oʊˈdeɪ/ or /É¡oʊˈdɛt/) is an extra piece of fabric in the shape of a circular sector which is set into a garment, usually a dress or skirt. The addition of a godet causes the article of clothing in question to flare, thus adding width and volume. Adding a godet to a piece of clothing a ... Read »


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    • Gwynnie Bee

    • Gwynnie Bee is an online subscription-based clothing rental service, that was created for women in 2012 to market and sell women's clothing to thoses with sizes 10-32. Members pay a flat monthly subscription fee and are able to rent a large collection of clothing. The company was founded by Christine Hunsicker. It has ... Read »


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    • Hypercolor

    • Hypercolor was a line of clothing, mainly T-shirts and shorts, that changed color with heat. They were manufactured by Generra Sportswear Company of Seattle and marketed in the United States as Generra Hypercolor or Generra Hypergrafix and elsewhere as Global Hypercolor. They contained a thermochromic pigment made by ... Read »


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    • Lauren Moshi

    • Lauren Moshi is a Los-Angeles based apparel and lifestyle retail brand known for their line of graphic t-shirts. Created by brother-sister duo, Lauren and Michael Moshi in 2006, the collection is based on original, hand-illustrated artwork by Lauren. Lauren Moshi is sold in department stores and specialty boutiques wor ... Read »


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    • Lint (material)

    • Lint (material)

      Lint is the common name for visible accumulations of textile fibers and other materials, usually found on and around clothing. Certain materials used in the manufacture of clothing, such as cotton, linen, and wool, contain numerous, very short fibers bundled together. During the course of normal wear, these fibers may ... Read »


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    • Loden cape

    • A Loden cape is a coat of Tyrolean origin, made of a thick, water-resistant woolen material with a short pile, first produced by peasants in Austria. The fabric is derived from the coarse, oily wool of mountain sheep and has a traditional bluish-green colour. The name is derived from Middle High German 'lode' or from O ... Read »


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    • Luhkka

    • The luhkka (North Sami luhkka) is an article of winter clothing that covers the top half of a person's body. It is a poncho-like hooded cape with the hem coming down to the wearer's elbow or wrist. Luhkka are made from thick wadmal. It is used by the Sami of northern Scandinavia and Finland and is traditionally worn on ... Read »


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    • Maud (plaid)

    • A maud is a woollen blanket or plaid woven in a pattern of small black and white checks known as Border tartan, Falkirk tartan, Shepherd's check, Shepherd's plaid or Galashiels grey. It was in common use as an item of clothing in the southern counties of Scotland and the northern counties of England until the early twe ... Read »


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    • Nude psychotherapy

    • Nude psychotherapy is the use of non-sexual social nudity as an intentional means to improve the participant's psychological health. The field began in the 1930s with psychological studies of the effects of social nudity on the lives of naturists. It developed in the 1960s along with the encounter group movement as a ... Read »


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    • One size fits all

    • "One size fits all" is a description for a product that would fit in all instances. The term has been extended to mean one style or procedure would fit in all related applications. It is an alternative for "Not everyone fits the mold ". It has been in use for over 5 decades. There are both positive and negative uses of ... Read »


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    • OppoSuits

    • OppoSuits

      OppoSuits is a clothing company founded by Jasper Castelein, Jelle van der Zwet and Guus Bakker in 2012 in Amsterdam. With warehouses in Holland, UK and United States OppoSuits' products are shipped worldwide. In 2014 the brand won the prize for the Best Small / Medium Enterprise at the Golden Bridge Trade & Export Aw ... Read »


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    • Panty line

    • A visible panty line (VPL) is the situation when the outline of a person's underwear is visible through the clothing. The underpants may be seen as a ridge or depression in the clothes, or as a result of the clothing material being sufficiently clingy or transparent. The origin of the term is probably traced to barrac ... Read »


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    • Party dress

    • A party dress is a dress worn especially for a party. Different types of party such as children's party, cocktail party, garden party and costume party would tend to require different styles of dress. One classic style of party dress for women in modern society is the little black dress. resource of Dress, Prom dresse ... Read »


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    • Pelerine

    • A pelerine (from French "pèlerine" (pilgrim), is a short cape-collar covering the shoulders. Layered muslin pelerines were popular in the 1830s as an option to drape over the top of the large sleeves fashionable at that period. Along with tippets, they helped emphasise the fashionable width of the sleeves and the sh ... Read »


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    • Pin-up model

    • A pin-up model (known as a pin-up girl for a female and less commonly male pin-up for a male) is a model whose mass-produced pictures see wide appeal as popular culture. Pin-ups are intended for informal display, i.e. meant to be "pinned-up" on a wall. Pin-up models may be glamour models, fashion models, or actors. Th ... Read »


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    • Predetermined motion time system

    • A predetermined motion time system (PMTS) is frequently used to set labor rates in labour oriented industry by quantifying the amount of time required to perform specific tasks. The first such system is known as Methods-time measurement, released in 1948 and today existing in several variations, commonly known as MTM-1 ... Read »


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    • PVC clothing

    • PVC clothing, commonly known as vinyl clothing, is shiny clothing made of the plastic polyvinyl chloride (PVC). The PVC plastic is also called vinyl. For this reason, this type of clothing is also called vinyl clothing. PVC is sometimes confused with the similarly shiny patent leather. The terms "PVC", "vinyl" and "PU ... Read »


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    • Ready Made Garment

    • Ready Made Garments are mass-produced finished textile products of the clothing industry. They are not custom tailored according to measurements, rather generalized according to anthropometric studies. They are made from many different fabrics and yarns. Their characteristics depend on the fibers used in their manufact ... Read »


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    • Reversible garment

    • A reversible garment is a garment that can be worn two ways. There is no true "" to a reversible garment, since either way, it gives a fashionable appearance. Garments that are commonly made reversible include hats, jackets, vests, sweaters, shirts, trousers, and skirts. Reversible garments have some features unlike o ... Read »


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    • Right to clothing

    • The right to adequate clothing, or the right to clothing, is recognized as a human right in various international human rights instruments; this, together with the right to food and the right to housing, are parts of the right to an adequate standard of living as recognized under Article 11 of the International Covenan ... Read »


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    • Robe of honour

    • A robe of honour (Arabic: khilÊ¿a or tashrÄ«f) was a term designating rich garments given by medieval and early modern Islamic rulers to subjects as tokens of honour, often as part of a ceremony of appointment to a public post, or as a token of confirmation or acceptance of vassalage of a subordinate ruler. They we ... Read »


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    • Savile Row tailoring

    • Savile Row tailoring is traditional and modern, men and women's bespoke tailoring that takes place on Savile Row and neighbouring streets in Mayfair, central London. In 1846, Henry Poole, credited as being the "Founder of Savile Row", opened an entrance to his tailoring premises into No. 32 Savile Row. The term "bes ... Read »


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    • See-through clothing

    • See-through clothing is any garment of clothing made with lace, mesh or sheer fabric that allows the wearer's body or undergarments to be seen through its fabric. See-through fabrics were fashionable in Europe in the eighteenth century. There was a "sheer fashion trend" starting with designer clothing from 2008. See-th ... Read »


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    • Semiotics of dress

    • The semiotics of dress is a term used to refer to the design and customs associated with dress (clothing), as patterned to a kind of symbolism that has rules and norms. The term "semiotics" can be defined as a system of linguistic signs or symbols. This system of signs or symbols is not limited to language only. There ... Read »


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    • SINOIAN

    • SINOIAN

      SINOIAN is an Armenian fashion brand established in Germany in 2013. It is the first and only brand of its kind focussing on creating high-end ready-to-wear fashion based on Armenian design elements. Notable celebrities who have worn SINOIAN clothing in public or got to know the brand include Charles Aznavour, Ontroni ... Read »


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    • Spray-on clothing

    • Spray-on clothing is a form of clothing, that is applied by spraying polymer over the body in such a manner that it appears as clothing. It is a polymer mix that dries relatively quickly. On September 15, 2010, Ian Sample, The Guardian's Science correspondent reported on a press conference where Dr Manuel Torres showe ... Read »


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    • Stiletto heel

    • A stiletto heel is a long, thin, high heel found on some boots and shoes, usually for women. It is named after the stiletto dagger, the phrase being first recorded in the early 1930s. Stiletto heels may vary in length from 2.5 centimetres (1 inch) to 25 cm (10 inches) or more if a platform sole is used, and are som ... Read »


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    • Supreme (clothing)

    • Founded 1994 Founder James Jebbia Headquarters New York City, New York, United States
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      Supreme is a skateboarding shop/clothing brand established in New York City in April 1994. The brand was founded by James Jebbia. Although he was born in the US, he lived in England until he was nineteen. The first Supreme store opened on Lafayette Street in downtown Manhattan in 1994. It was designed with skaters in ... Read »


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    • Textile and clothing trade unions

    • Textile and clothing trade unions are labor unions that represent workers in the textile industry and garment industry. A partial list is as follows. International Africa Asia Australasia Europe North America ... Read »


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    • Thai tailor scam

    • Thai Tailor Scam (also known as the Bangkok Tailor Scam) is one of the most common confidence tricks performed in tourist hotspots in Thailand, like Pattaya, Bangkok, Phuket, and beach towns like Khao Lak. The scam usually involves a friendly person approaching their chosen victim, offering quality tailor-made clo ... Read »


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    • Trademark look

    • Trademark look or signature look is an informal term for the characteristic clothes or other distinguishing signs used by a certain character or performer, making the person more recognizable by the audience. Politicians may also have trademark signs, such as the suit of American President Barack Obama or the Merkel-Ra ... Read »


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    • Trashion

    • Trashion (a portmanteau of "trash" and "fashion") is a term for art, jewelry, fashion and objects for the home created from used, thrown-out, found and repurposed elements. The term was first coined in New Zealand in 2004 and gained in usage through 2005. Trashion is a subgenre of found art, which is basically using ob ... Read »


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    • Vlieger (cape)

    • A vlieger is a type of sleeveless cape worn by women in the 17th-century. Variations with short sleeves or high shoulderpads are known. Sometimes sleeves were attached with aiglets, and often slits were made to allow belts or the hands to pass through. In the Netherlands the vlieger was often worn with a millstone col ... Read »


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    • Waistband

    • A waistband is a strip of material that is either elastic or some other confining fabric that encircles the waist. Historically, in northern India, waistbands served various purposes including fastening miscellaneous items to oneself, such as knives. In ancient history in the southern Levant, the waistband could serve ... Read »


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    • Wardrobe (clothing)

    • In the performing arts, the wardrobe is the actor's costumes, shoes, undergarments, hats and costume related personal props such as gloves, jewelry, parasols, fans and pocket books. The name wardrobe is a metonym for the contents of a wardrobe. In theater, a wardrobe supervisor is responsible for supervising all wardro ... Read »


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