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    • Anti-fashion

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    • Fashion awards

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    • Body art

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    • Body modification

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    • Fashion design

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    • Fashion dolls

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    • Eponymous clothing

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    • Fashion-related fetishism

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    • Footwear

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    • History of fashion

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    • Street fashion

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    • Fashion

    • Fashion is a popular style or practice, especially in clothing, footwear, accessories, makeup, body, or furniture. Fashion is a distinctive and often constant trend in the style in which a person dresses. It is the prevailing styles in behaviour and the newest creations of textile designers. Because the more technical ... Read »


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    • Index of fashion articles

    • This is a list of existing articles related to fashion and clothing. For individual designers, see List of fashion designers ... Read »


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    • 20,000 Years of Fashion

    • 20,000 Years of Fashion: The History of Costume and Personal Adornment

      20,000 Years of Fashion: The History of Costume and Personal Adornment is a dictionary of western fashion from ancient times up to the 1960s, edited by Francois Boucher and his longtime assistant Yvonne Deslandres. The book is widely cited as a reference for fashion trends in paintings and has 1150 illustrations which ... Read »


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    • Accessories Council

    • The Accessories Council is a United States-based not-for-profit trade association that was established in 1994 with the mission of increasing consumer use and awareness of accessories. Karen Giberson has been the group’s president since 2005. Its previous president, Sheila Block, led the group from 1996 to 2005. ... Read »


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    • Adornment

    • An adornment is generally an accessory or ornament worn to enhance the beauty or status of the wearer. They are often worn to embellish, enhance, or distinguish the wearer, and to define cultural, social, or religious status within a specific community. When worn to show economic status, the items are often either rare ... Read »


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    • Aesthetic canon

    • A canon in the sphere of visual arts and aesthetics, or an aesthetic canon, is a rule for proportions, so as to produce a harmoniously formed figure. By extension, the norms of a certain epoch as to what is or is not considered beautiful may be called a canon of beauty. These norms have varied over time and what i ... Read »


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    • Armedangels

    • The Social Fashion Company GmbH

      armedangels is a fashion label based in Cologne, Germany. Founded in 2007, the company designs a variety of apparel products made from textiles such as organic cotton and sells them via their online shop as well as in boutiques and major retails stores in six countries. The label creates and produces sustainable fashio ... Read »


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    • ASVOFF

    • ASVOFF

      A Shaded View on Fashion Film (ASVOFF) is the first annual festival in the world about fashion films. Created by journalist Diane Pernet and launched in September 2008 as a three-day event at the national museum of Paris, Jeu de Paume, ASVOFF which took the form of a full festival showcasing feature films, documentari ... Read »


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    • Baby fashion

    • Baby Fashion is a social-cultural consumerist practice that encodes in children's fashion the representation of many social features and depicts a system characterized by differences in social class, richness, gender or ethnicity. In the past centuries Baby Fashion assumed distinctive features between social class ... Read »


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    • Balizza

    • Balizza is a prêt-à-porter fashion house located in Milan, Italy which exports mostly to European countries, Russia, and the United States. Balizza was the first fashion group originally from Turkey to attend the Milan Fashion Week. BALIZZA USA opened its first Americana retail boutique on April 7, 2013 at the A ... Read »


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    • Ballerina neckline

    • In fashion, a ballerina neckline refers to the classic necklines styles on the dance attire, or leotards, worn by the dancers. Popularized especially by designers and fashion icons of the mid-twentieth century, the term ballerina (or ballet) neckline can be construed in a variety of ways. Some classically styled or tr ... Read »


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    • Beauty

    • Beauty is a characteristic of an animal, idea, object, person or place that provides a perceptual experience of pleasure or satisfaction. Beauty is studied as part of aesthetics, culture, social psychology and sociology. An "ideal beauty" is an entity which is admired, or possesses features widely attributed to beauty ... Read »


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    • Beauty salon

    • A beauty salon or beauty parlor (beauty parlour) (or sometimes beauty shop) is an establishment dealing with cosmetic treatments for men and women. Other variations of this type of business include hair salons and spas. There is a distinction between a beauty salon and a hair salon and although many small businesses d ... Read »


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    • The Black Tux

    • The Black Tux

      The Black Tux is a men's fashion company specializing in the online tuxedo and suit rental industry. The Black Tux rents tuxedos, suits, and other men’s formalwear accessories entirely through its own e-commerce marketplace. The company was founded in 2012 by Andrew Blackmon and Patrick Coyne, and is headquar ... Read »


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    • Body Gossip

    • Body Gossip is an organization founded in 2006 and run by Ruth Rogers and Natasha Devon which campaigns on body image issues, regardless of shape, size, race, gender or age. Body Gossip's Gossip School body image education programme won the 2011-12 'Business hero - Heroic SME' award. Between them, Body Gossip and The S ... 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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    • Fashion boot

    • A fashion boot is a boot worn for reasons of style or fashion (rather than for utilitarian purposes – e.g. not hiking boots, riding boots, rain boots, etc.). The term is usually applied to women’s boots. Fashion boots come in a wide variety of styles, from ankle to thigh-length, and are used for casual, forma ... Read »


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    • Buyer (fashion)

    • Fashion buyer

      In the retail industry, a buyer is an individual who selects what items will be stocked. Buyers usually work closely with designers and their designated sales salsa and attend trade fairs, wholesale showrooms and fashion shows to observe trends. They may work for large department stores, chain stores or smaller boutiqu ... Read »


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    • Calceology

    • Calceology (from Latin calcei "shoes" and -λογία, -logiā, "-logy") is the study of footwear, especially historical footwear whether as archaeology, shoe fashion history, or otherwise. It is not yet formally recognized as a field of research. Calceology comprises the examination, registration, research ... Read »


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    • Cameleurion

    • According to The Fashion Glossary, Cameleurion refers to "the hemispherical crown worn by the Caesars and then later by the Byzantine Emperors". ... Read »


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    • Camisa blouse

    • The camisa blouse is a garment that originated in the Philippines. It is made from a cloth that has been woven using thread made from the pineapple plant. The thread is known as piña thread. Clothing and accessories, like shawls, were made out of piña. These began to be woven in the Philippines in the 16th centur ... Read »


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    • Camocas

    • Camocas is an expensive heavy patterned oriental silk. The Textile Glossary describes camocas as a "largely historic fabric that was popular in the 14th and 15th centuries". It was a very beautiful fabric which was often striped with gold or silver. It had a satin base and was diapered like fine linen... [a] silk cloth ... Read »


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    • Capsule wardrobe

    • Capsule wardrobe is a term coined by Susie Faux, the owner of a London boutique called "Wardrobe" in the 1970s. According to Faux, a capsule wardrobe is a collection of a few essential items of clothing that don't go out of fashion, such as skirts, trousers, and coats, which can then be augmented with seasonal pieces. ... Read »


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    • Casual (subculture)

    • The casual subculture is a subsection of association football culture that is typified by football hooliganism and the wearing of expensive designer clothing (known as "clobber"). The subculture originated in the United Kingdom in the early 1980s when many hooligans started wearing designer clothing labels and expensiv ... Read »


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    • Cbazaar

    • Cbazaar

      Cbazaar is an ethnic fashion portal owned by Net Avenue Technologies Private Limited, headquartered in Chennai. Cbazaar, previously known as Chennaibazaar.com, started their operations in 1998 as an online gifting solution in India and later forayed into apparel for women, men, and children. Chennai Bazaar was rec ... Read »


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    • Cerre

    • Cerre is a Los Angeles based womenswear and accessories brand founded in 2005 by husband and wife, Clayton and Flavie Webster. The couple met while they were both working as fashion models in Europe. The brand was first launched as a collection of bags and leather goods, and eventually expanded into apparel in the spr ... Read »


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    • Children Worldwide Fashion SAS

    • Children Worldwide Fashion SAS is a French licensee that manages children's ready-to-wear clothing for Hugo Boss, Burberry, Chloe, DKNY, Elle, Marc Jacobs, Marithe et Francois Girbaud, and Timberland. In 2010, it had sales of €170 million and managed 35 showrooms. It is in 56 countries and its licesened products a ... Read »


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    • Draft:Christoph Tisch

    • Christoph Tisch, also "Chris Tisch", (born 1986 in Erding) is a German fashion and graphic designer and creative director. Christoph Tisch always was creative and inspired. When he was just 8 years old he created his first animated cartoon short movies. Drawing was one of his biggest hobbie. At the age of 14 his f ... Read »


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    • Christoph Tisch

    • Christoph Tisch, also "Chris Tisch", (born 1986 in Erding) is a German fashion and graphic designer. Christoph Tisch always was creative and inspired. When he was just 8 years old he created his first animated cartoon short movies. Drawing was one of his biggest hobbie. At the age of 14 his first website went live ... Read »


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    • Ingrid Chua-Go

    • Ingrid Chua-Go

      Ingrid Chua-Go is a Filipino-Chinese fashion and lifestyle blogger based in Manila, Philippines. She is known for her fashion blog The Bag Hag Diaries and has a television show of which she is the host, that airs on Star World, a division of Fox International Channels, with the same name. She blogs for The Huffington P ... Read »


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    • Circassian beauties

    • Circassian beauties is a phrase used to refer to an idealized image of the women of the Circassian people of the Northwestern Caucasus. A fairly extensive literary history suggests that Circassian women were thought to be unusually beautiful, spirited, and elegant, and as such were desirable as concubines. This reputa ... Read »


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    • Cleavage enhancement

    • Cleavage enhancement encompasses a range of techniques used temporarily to improve the appearance of a person's breast cleavage or to create the illusion of breast cleavage on a person who has no such cleavage. This ranges from brassieres (bras) that lightly push the breasts together without any padding through a range ... Read »


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    • Cloutier (style agency)

    • The Cloutier Agency is based in Santa Monica, California. It represents creative artists who provide hair, make-up, grooming and wardrobe styling for motion pictures, advertising, photographic layouts and more. The agency also sometimes provides photographers and art direction for photo shoots. The Cloutier Agency was ... Read »


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    • Coggles

    • Coggles is a designer fashion retailer for men and women. The company stocks over 400 brands which specialize in luxury clothing, accessories and footwear. Coggles was established in 1974 when the flagship store was opened in the UK in York by Victoria Bage. Bage supposedly named the store 'Coggles' after she disc ... Read »


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    • Color analysis (art)

    • In the cosmetics and fashion industry, color analysis, also called skin tone color matching, personal color or seasonal color, is the process of finding colors of clothing and makeup to match a person's skin complexion, eye color, and hair color. The goal is to determine the colors that best suit an individual's natura ... Read »


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    • Color-blocking

    • Color-blocking is thought of as the exploration of taking colors that are opposites on the color wheel and pairing them together to make interesting and complementary color combinations. It is commonly associated in fashion as a trend that originated from the artwork of Dutch painter, Piet Mondrian. However, other expe ... Read »


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    • Corset controversy

    • The corset controversy concerns supporters' and detractors' arguments for and against wearing a corset. The controversy was contemporary with the time that corsets were popular in society. Corsets, variously called a pair of bodys or stays, were worn by European women from the late 16th century onward, changing their f ... Read »


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    • Costume jewelry

    • Costume jewelry, trinkets, fashion jewelry, junk jewelry, fake jewelry, or fallalery is jewelry manufactured as ornamentation to complement a particular fashionable costume or garment as opposed to "real" (fine) jewelry which may be regarded primarily as collectibles, keepsakes, or investments. The term costume je ... Read »


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    • Covert coat

    • A covert coat was originally "a short topcoat worn for hunting," but is now sold as a gentleman's overcoat. It originated in the late 19th century to be worn when riding a horse. Covert cloth, from which the coat is made, is a heavy tweed named after a covered area rich in game wildlife that would serve as a starting ... Read »


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    • Cruise collection

    • A cruise collection or resort collection, sometimes also referred to as holiday or travel collection (collection croisière, in French), is an inter-season or pre-season line of ready-to-wear clothing produced by a fashion house or fashion brand in addition to the recurrent twice-yearly seasonal collections - spring/ ... Read »


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    • Cultural appropriation in the fashion industry

    • Cultural appropriation is the adoption or use of the elements of one culture by members of another culture. Cultural appropriation may be perceived as controversial or harmful, notably when the cultural property of a minority group is used by members of the dominant culture without the consent of the members of the ori ... Read »


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    • Cut and sew

    • The term cut and sew is used to denote a garment that has been customized from raw fabric rather than one that has been purchased from a third-party supplier and then screenprinted or altered. The term is prevalent in the urban fashion industry, where designers can either have a design screenprinted on a pre-made garm ... 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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    • Digital fashion

    • Digital fashion is the interplay between digital technology and couture: a distinctive way to manufacture fabrics and bridge personal and digital realms to reach customers using technologies via desktops and smartphones. Fashion designers model the fusion of creativity with digital avenues to bring in more polished rea ... Read »


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    • Ellen Tracy

    • Founded by Herbert Gallen in 1949,Ellen Tracy is a clothing manufacturer selling to the international market. Its annual volume now exceeds $150 million. The company has three divisions, the Linda Allard for Ellen Tracy signature collection of career wear, the Ellen Tracy Dresses and Company by Ellen Tracy. Revlon has ... Read »


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    • English Retreads

    • Founded 2001 Headquarters PO Box 2366 Boulder, CO 80306, USA
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      Molly Dempsey Sales/Marketing,
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    • English Retreads

      English Retreads is an eco-fashion company that makes handbags and accessories from recycled materials. The company is known for its products that are all low environmental impact, vegan, and handcrafted in Boulder, Colorado. English Retreads offers handbags, wallets, belts, laptop bags and key chains all made from rec ... Read »


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    • Exi (subculture)

    • The Exis (pronounced "Exies") were a youth movement in Hamburg, Germany, in the 1950s. The Exis took their name from the existentialist movement, and were influenced by its chief proponents, Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus. There are similar German nicknames for other movements, such as "Sozis" (Socialists) and the " ... Read »


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    • Eyefitu

      Isabelle Ohnemus, CEO EyeFitU is a Zurich based company using app based technology that lets users create a profile of their clothing measurements and matches this against sizing charts from thousands of brands, filtering online shopping results down to the items most likely to fit. Isabelle Ohnemus founded EyeFi ... Read »


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    • Fashion cigarettes

    • Historically considered a masculine habit, the feminization of smoking occurred in tandem with the advent of fashion brands or premium brands of cigarettes specifically marketed toward women. Most often this is focused on young fashion-conscious professional ladies who are the target demographic for these brands, which ... Read »


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    • Fashion capital

    • A fashion capital is a city which has a major influence on international fashion trends and in which the design, production and retailing of fashion products – plus events such as fashion weeks, awards and trade fairs – generate significant economic output. The cities considered the global "Big Four" fashion ... Read »


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    • Fashion entrepreneur

    • A fashion entrepreneur is a person who has possession of a fashion enterprise, venture or idea, and assumes significant accountability for the inherent risks and outcome. Originating from the phrase entrepreneur, a fashion entrepreneur is someone whose primary activities work within the fashion industry. For example, ... Read »


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    • Fashion Group International

    • The Fashion Group International (FGI) is a global, non-profit, professional organization founded in 1930 in New York City to benefit the fashion industry. FGI currently has over 5000 members in the fashion industry including apparel, accessories, beauty and home. FGI is divided into chapters in cities all over the worl ... Read »


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    • Fashion illustration

    • Fashion Illustration is the art of communicating fashion ideas in a visual form that originates with illustration, drawing and painting and also known as Fashion sketching. It is used mainly by fashion designers to brainstorm their ideas into paper or computer, using digital softwares like adobe photoshop and illustrat ... Read »


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    • Fashion law

    • Fashion law is a legal field encompassing issues that arise throughout the life of an article of clothing or a fashion accessory. Fundamental issues in fashion law include intellectual property; business and finance, with subcategories ranging from employment and labor law to real estate; international trade and govern ... Read »


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    • Fashion matrix

    • A fashion matrix or "Colour-Size Matrix" refers to the means whereby fashion, footwear and apparel retailers track product variants in a grid format. These retailers manage their product variants by creating a multiple dimension grid aligning the colours of a line of stock against the sizes. For instance, a jeansmaker ... Read »


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    • Fashion merchandising

    • Fashion merchandising involves the production of fashion designs and distribution of final products to the end consumer. Fashion merchandisers work with designers to ensure that designs will be affordable and desired by the target market. Fashion merchandising involves apparel, accessories, beauty, and housewares. The ... 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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    • Fashion plate

    • A fashion plate is an illustration (a plate) demonstrating the highlights of fashionable styles of clothing. Fashion plates are not depictions of specific people, but are instead generalized portraits, meant only to dictate the style of clothes that a tailor, dressmaker, or store could make or sell, or to show how diff ... Read »


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    • Fashion tourism

    • Fashion tourism is a niche market segment evolved out of three major sectors: Creative Tourism, Cultural Tourism and Shopping Tourism. Fashion Tourism can be defined as “the interaction between Destination Marketing Organisations (DMOs), trade associations, tourism suppliers and host communities, with people trave ... Read »


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    • Fast fashion

    • Fast fashion is a contemporary term used by fashion retailers to express that designs move from catwalk quickly to capture current fashion trends. Fast fashion clothing collections are based on the most recent fashion trends presented at Fashion Week in both the spring and the autumn of every year. Emphasis is on optim ... Read »


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    • Fast Fit

    • In the fashion industry, fast fit (often capitalised and written as Fast Fit) refers to a method of handling the shipping and sampling processes typical of multinational organisations who primarily manufacture offshore. The Fast Fit philosophy centres on the sharing of 360-degree, annotatable images intended to reduce ... Read »


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    • Blowup

    • Blowup

      Blowup, or Blow-Up, is a 1966 British-Italian film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni about a fashion photographer, played by David Hemmings, who believes he has unwittingly captured a murder on film. It was Antonioni's first entirely English-language film. The film also stars Vanessa Redgrave, Sarah Miles, John Castl ... Read »


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    • Gentiluomo

    • Gentiluomo International BV is a 100% Dutch owned and managed men’s fashion company based in The Netherlands. The brand Gentiluomo originates from the Secon Group and was founded in 1993 in Amsterdam. The company started as a business shirt maker for men. In 1995 the collection developed into a total look concept ... Read »


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    • Glamour (presentation)

    • Glamour originally was a term applied to a magical-occult spell that was cast on somebody to make them see something the spell-caster wished them to see, when in fact it was not what it seemed to be. In the late 19th century terminology, a non-magical item used to help create a more attractive appearance gradually beca ... Read »


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    • Guards coat

    • A guards coat is a men's topcoat which has a half belt in the back, and is based on the coat of the Officers of the Guard. It can be buttoned with three buttons or just two. A guards coat is similar to a Paletot. The Guards coat has peaked lapels and welt pockets and comes mostly in formal colors such as a deep navy o ... Read »


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    • Gunner de Medici

    • Gunner (born Christian de Medici on March 17, 1980) best known mononymously as "Gunner", is an American pornographic actor, filmmaker, designer and model, who first became widely known in 1998 with the launch of his "reality" pornographic website, GunnerWorld. It averaged 160,000 hits daily, making it the number on ... Read »


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    • Gunther Jaeckel

    • Gunther Jaeckel is a famous New York City furrier. In 1949, the two old-line furriers Gunther & Sons Inc. and Jaeckel Inc. merged into Gunther Jaeckel to widen their product line beyond furs to ladies’ dresses and suits. Gunther Jaeckel purchased Adrian’s entire spring 1948 collection, which was sold in its ... Read »


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    • Half-Windsor knot

    • Half-Windsor knot

      The half-Windsor knot, also known as the single Windsor knot, is a way of tying a necktie which produces a neat, triangular knot. It is larger than the four-in-hand knot and Pratt knot, but smaller than the Windsor knot. The half-Windsor is derived from the Windsor in that it is only brought up around the loop on one s ... Read »


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    • Headgear

    • Headgear, headwear or headdress is the name given to any element of clothing which is worn on one's head. Headgears serve a variety of purposes: Bonnets, as worn by women and girls, were hats worn outdoors which were secured by tying under the chin, and often which had some kind of peak or visor. Some styles of b ... Read »


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    • Hemline index

    • The hemline index is a theory presented by economist George Taylor in 1926. The theory suggests that hemlines on women's dresses rise along with stock prices. In good economies, we get such results as miniskirts (as seen in the 1920s and the 1960s), or in poor economic times, as shown by the 1929 Wall Street Crash, he ... Read »


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    • HEMYCA

    • HEMYCA Ltd is an English luxury womenswear company based in Chelsea, London and it was founded in 2009 by its two designers. Co-founders Helen Clinch and Myra Nigris met while studying at the London College of Fashion and have built a luxury fashion brand; with skills passed down through family generations, as Helen ... Read »


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    • Hertz Investment Group

    • The Hertz Investment Group is a national real estate investment company. Founded in 1979 by Judah Hertz, the company has developed into a multimillion-dollar business with commercial properties in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio, Indiana; Jackson, Mississippi; Kansas City and St. Louis, Missouri; Lake Charles, New Orlean ... Read »


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    • Higg Index

    • The Higg Index is an apparel and footwear industry self-assessment standard for assessing environmental and social sustainability throughout the supply chain. Launched in 2012, it was developed by the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, a nonprofit organization founded by a group of fashion companies, the United States gove ... Read »


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    • House of Hackney

    • House Of Hackney is a clothing and interiors label specialising in British made goods with a store on Shoreditch High Street, based in the East London shopping district of Central London. It plays on traditional English design and the products, with the exception of the Italian bed linens, are made in Britain. Ho ... Read »


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    • Hoxton knot

    • The Hoxton knot,Chelsea knot,French loop,Parisian scarf knot or Snug Tug is a method of arranging a scarf about the neck. The scarf is doubled back and placed around the neck. The tails of the scarf are then pulled through the U-bend of the doubling to secure them, as with a cow hitch or lark's head. The knot is popul ... Read »


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    • Hysteric Glamour

    • Hysteric Glamour is a Japanese designer label created by artist Nobuhiko Kitamura in 1984. The theme of the label is 1960s mass media, with T-shirts featuring pictures of famous musicians like Marc Bolan and the Sex Pistols, and art work by Andy Warhol. Other themes include comics, pornography, automobiles, package de ... Read »


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    • International Best Dressed List

    • The International Best Dressed List was founded by Eleanor Lambert in 1940 as an attempt to boost the reputation of American fashion at the time. The American magazine Vanity Fair is currently in charge of the list. People who have been on the list include: ... Read »


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    • Islamic fashion

    • Islamic fashion as a phenomenon stemmed from the combination of a set of Islamic practices (in which the need to cover a specific set of body parts is present) and of the rising need and desire to include these specific clothing items in a broader fashion industry. The global growth of “an Islamic consumer sector, ... Read »


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    • Kathy ireland Worldwide

    • kathy ireland Worldwide is a global brand, founded in 1993 by its Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Designer Kathy Ireland. kathy ireland Worldwide is headquartered in Rancho Mirage, California, with an estimated $2.5 billion revenue from retail in 2015. kathy ireland Worldwide is a design and marketing comp ... Read »


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    • Kipling (brand)

    • Kipling

      Kipling is a fashion brand founded in 1987 in Antwerp, Belgium. Kipling brand is part of VF Corporation since 2004. Their most famous collection is Basic, recognizable from its crinkle nylon fabric and its monkey zipper. Kipling sells handbags, backpacks, totes, luggage and accessories. Kipling was founded in 1987 ... 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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    • Leaf Greener

    • Leaf Greener is a fashion stylist, fashion reporter,creative consultant and founder of LEAF WeChat magazine. Leaf was born in Beijing and currently lives in Shanghai. Leaf was hired to work as Senior Fashion Editor for Condé Nast China's Self Magazine. In 2008, She was appointed to take on the role of Senior Fa ... Read »


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    • Leisure suit

    • A leisure suit is a casual suit consisting of a shirt-like jacket and matching trousers, often associated with American-influenced fashion and fads of the 1970s. Leisure suits originated on the west coast of the US in the late 1930s as summer casual-wear for the wealthy, possibly derived from the heavy tweed Norfo ... Read »


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    • Line sheet

    • A Line sheet can be a financial term with two meanings. A loan line sheet is a work document used by bank examiners who can be either bank regulators or bank "third party" or consulting examiners. The line sheet represents the examiner's review of a bank loan, whether a loan to a company or to an individual. The line ... Read »


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    • Lookbook

    • A lookbook is a collection of photographs compiled to show off a model, a photographer, a style, or stylist or a clothing line. Usually, bloggers or vloggers will "model" fashionable looks for that month or season. This gives viewers ideas on how to style outfits, or to show what the latest fashions are. It is an espec ... Read »


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    • Low-rise (fashion)

    • Low-rise is a style of clothing designed to sit low on, or below, the hips. The style can also be called lowcut, hipster, or hip-hugger. and can apply to garments worn by males or females. The term can be applied to all garments that cover the wearer's crotch area, including trousers, jeans, shorts, skirts, panties, br ... Read »


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    • Luna Mae London is a luxury British women's clothing company specialising in lingerie. Inspired by the transformational power of beautifully fitting lingerie, Luna Mae London was founded by Claudia Lambeth in 2012, in London, England. The brand empowers women by offering exquisite lingerie and loungewear proudly handc ... Read »


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    • Raul Melgoza

    • Raul Melgoza Raul Melgoza is a Mexican-American fashion designer. Melgoza has designed clothes for royalty, celebrities and actresses. In 2006, after graduating from Parsons, Melgoza became a well known in the NY fashion scene, and became the Creative Designer for the haute couture fashion house, LUCA LUCA. By th ... Read »


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    • Metrosexual

    • Metrosexual is a portmanteau of and heterosexual, coined in 1994 describing a man (especially one living in an urban, post-industrial, capitalist culture) who is especially meticulous about his grooming and appearance, typically spending a significant amount of time and money on shopping as part of this. The neologism ... Read »


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    • Mod (subculture)

    • Mod is a subculture that began in the United Kingdom in the 1960s and spread, in varying degrees, to other countries and continues today on a smaller scale. Focused on music and fashion, the subculture has its roots in a small group of stylish London-based young men in the late 1950s who were termed modernists because ... Read »


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    • Modelnomics

    • An economic assessment of the highly controversial issue of body image within the global fashion industry, along the lines of Alfred Marshall's supply-demand model. "Modelnomics" illustrates the tendency for models to gain value by way of salary, from marked losses in weight. The term was first used by fashion writer ... Read »


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    • Modepalast

    • Modepalast founded in 2003, is a fashion event which takes place once a year, in April at the museumsquartier (MQ), in Vienna, Austria. The event focuses on young fashion design, both local and international labels, and thus creates a platform for over 80 new designers to present their creations. The program features a ... Read »


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    • Mshasho Clothing

    • Mshasho Clothing is a Namibian clothing brand founded by Martin "The Dogg" Morrocky. The company is 100% owned by Mshasho closed corporation operating as a its subsidiary. The name Mshasho is derived from its original name Omushasho which is the Oshiwambo name for a shotgun. The company designs, outsource manufacture ... Read »


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      obeyclothing.co.uk (UK) OBEY Clothing is a popular clothing producing company founded in 2001 by street artist and illustrator Shepard Fairey as an extension to his work in activism. The brand is well known for incorporating politically and socially provocative propaganda into the designs of their clothing and its ... Read »


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    • Outfit of the day

    • An outfit of the day (commonly abbreviated OOTD) is where fashion bloggers show what clothes (or outfits) they wear on a particular day or occasion. These are often found on social media websites, such as Tumblr, Instagram, and Pinterest, as well as various videos on YouTube. Mostly used by a younger female demographic ... Read »


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    • Patternmaker

    • Apparel patternmakers draft patterns based on a designer's sketch of a style. The designer gives the sketch to the patternmaker, who can ask questions to determine details the designer is looking for. Patterns may be drafted on paper or in a computer program designed for patternmaking. Most of the time, in modern Amer ... Read »


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    • Peclers

    • Peclers

      Peclers is a trend consulting agency founded in 1970. With over 40 years of industry experience, Peclers consults with multiple brands and creative individuals in trend analysis, consumer reports, and brand strategies. The creative team at Peclers creates seasonal trend books that set the building blocks for businesses ... Read »


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    • Photo shoot

    • A photo shoot is generally used in the fashion or glamour industry, whereby a model poses for a photographer at a studio or an outdoor location where multiple photos are taken to find the best ones for the required brief. The "model" is not always a person, however; for instance, advertising in print often requires pho ... 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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    • Pitti Immagine

    • Pitti Immagine is a collection of fashion industry events in Italy. Pitti Uomo (in English, "Pitti Men"), is one of the world’s most important platforms for men’s clothing and accessory collections, and for launching new projects in men’s fashion. It's held twice yearly in Florence, at the Fortezza ... Read »


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    • Political T-shirt

    • A political T-shirt is a T-shirt that has a political slogan or image printed on it and which is intended to convey a political message. Katharine Hamnett revived the use of such shirts in 1984. ... Read »


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    • Political uniform

    • A number of political movements have involved their members wearing uniforms, typically as a way of showing their identity in marches and demonstrations. The wearing of political uniforms has tended to be associated with radical political beliefs, typically at the far-right or far-left of politics, and can be used to i ... Read »


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    • Polo coat

    • A Polo coat also known as a camel coat is a piece of men's outerwear originally worn by polo players in England. It is available from Polo Ralph Lauren but was not invented by Mr Lauren. The polo coat was originally a wrap coat with a belt, but eventually adopted a double-breasted with buttons configuration.Camelhair w ... Read »


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    • Pretty Disturbia

    • Pretty Disturbia is a designer brand of women's clothing, based out of Manchester, England and owned by Etra Design House LTD. The brand was launched in June 2008 by designer Leesa Bertram. In February 2009 it showed its first collection at the Pure London exhibition at London Olympia. The brand is sold in 25 boutiques ... 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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    • Quiff

    • The quiff is a hairstyle that combines the 1950s pompadour hairstyle, the 1950s flattop, and sometimes a mohawk. The hairstyle was a staple in the British 'Teddy Boy' movement, but became popular again in Europe in the early 1980s and faced a resurgence in popularity during the '90s. The etymology of the word "qui ... Read »


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    • Rafaella

    • Rafaella, or Rafaella Sportswear, is a women's clothing brand owned by the publicly held international clothing company Perry Ellis International. Originally created by Rafaella Apparel Group, the brand changed ownership to Cerberus Capital Management before being bought and expanded by Perry Ellis. The Rafaella brand ... Read »


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    • Red carpet fashion

    • Red carpet fashion refers to the outfits worn on the red carpet at high profile gala celebrity events such as award ceremonies and film premieres. The clothes worn to award events such as the Oscars and the Golden Globes consistently receive intense worldwide media scrutiny, making their red carpets an international pr ... Read »


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    • Reticule (handbag)

    • A reticule, also known as a ridicule or indispensable, was a type of small handbag, similar to a modern evening bag, used mainly from 1795 to 1820. According to the American Heritage Dictionary, the name "reticule" came from the French réticule, which in turn came from the Latin reticulum, a diminutive of rete, or " ... Read »


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    • Ritambhara

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      Ritambhara (Hindi: ऋतंभरा) is the fashion carnival of Antaragni, the annual cultural fest of the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur held in the month of October. It is a three-day-long event, attracting participation from more than 100 colleges across the country. Ritambhara has witness ... Read »


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    • SalesGossip

    • SalesGossip

      SalesGossip is a UK based website and mobile app that offers access to sale and promotional updates aggregated from over 1,300 fashion and beauty retailers. The website focuses on editorial content about fashion, beauty and shopping. Registered members receive personalised email alerts whenever their favourite designer ... Read »


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    • Sam Browne belt

    • The Sam Browne belt is a wide belt, usually leather, supported by a narrower strap passing diagonally over the right shoulder. It is most often a part of a military or police uniform. Sam Browne VC was a British army officer serving in India in the 19th century. In those days officers always carried a sword into b ... Read »


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    • Scolani

    • Scolani (pron.: [sko'lani], Russian: /сколáни/) - is a Russian manufacturer of eyewear and sunglasses of Russian design. Based Novosibirsk, Russia, Scolani was created in 2007 to develop an optical fashion industry in the country. The company is engaged in the design, manufacturing and selling ... Read »


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    • Semiotics of fashion

    • Semiotics of Fashion, is the study of fashion and how humans signify specific social and cultural positions through dress. Ferdinand de Saussure defined semiotics as "the science of the life of signs in society". Semiotics is the study of signs and just as we can interpret signs and construct meaning from text we can a ... Read »


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    • Sequin

    • Sequins /ˈsikwáµ»n/ are disk-shaped beads used for decorative purposes. In earlier centuries, they were made from shiny metals. Today, sequins are most often made from plastic. They are available in a wide variety of colors and geometrical shapes. Sequins are commonly used on clothing, jewelry, bags, shoes and ma ... Read »


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    • Shadbelly

    • A Shadbelly is a type of riding coat worn in certain equestrian situations by fox hunting members, dressage riders, eventers (in the dressage phase of the higher levels), and occasionally by other hunt seat riders. Shadbellies are also standard attire for the Show hack classes at certain breed shows in the United State ... Read »


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    • Shahida Parides

    • Shahida Parides LLC. is an American fashion brand, founded and designed by Shahida Clayton in 2012. Shahida Parides designs, manufactures, and sells ready-to-wear designer dresses, kaftans, separates, casual wear, and evening wear. The company was founded in 2012, and has been featured in several fashion shows around t ... Read »


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    • Siren suit

    • The siren suit is a one-piece garment for the whole body which is easily put on or taken off, originally designed for use on the way to and in air-raid shelters. The suit solved the problems of warmth and modesty encountered when seeking shelter during nighttime air raids in the United Kingdom during World War II. It w ... Read »


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    • Sneaker collecting

    • A sneakerhead is a person who collects, trades or admires sneakers as a hobby. A sneakerhead may also be highly experienced in distinguishing between real and fake replica sneakers. Sneaker collecting is a hobby often manifested by the use and collection of shoes made for particular sports, particularly basketball and ... Read »


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    • Socks and sandals

    • Wearing socks and sandals is a controversial fashion combination and social phenomenon that is discussed in various countries and cultures. It is sometimes considered a fashion . The earliest evidence of wearing socks and sandals is documented at the archaeological site between Dishforth and Leeming in North Yorks ... Read »


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    • Sprout Watches

    • Launched on Earth Day, 2010 Sprout Watches is a timepiece brand based in Little Neck, New York. A proprietary brand of the E. Gluck Corporation, Sprout Watches is a watch brand that focuses on sustainable product sourcing, manufacturing and disposal. Sprout Watches is aligned with several philanthropic organizations, ... Read »


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    • Street fashion

    • Street fashion is fashion that is considered to have emerged not from studios, but from the grassroots streetwear. Street fashion is generally associated with youth culture, and is most often seen in major urban centers. Magazines and Newspapers like the New York Times and Elle commonly feature candid photographs of in ... Read »


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    • Stutterheim Raincoats

    • Stutterheim Raincoats is the name of a Swedish Company, which specializes in making raincoats. Stutterheim Raincoats was founded in Stockholm in 2010. The idea behind Stutterheim Raincoats sparked by a combination of events. Founder Alexander Stutterheim was early for a meeting while working as a copywriter at Saa ... Read »


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    • Style analysis

    • Style analysis in finance refers to Returns-based style analysis. In fashion, style analysis is often offered in conjunction with color analysis by professionals such as image consultants or style consultants. A style consultation differs from a color analysis as it considers the body shape of an individual and result ... Read »


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    • Supermodel

    • A supermodel (also spelled super-model and super model) is a highly paid fashion model who usually has a worldwide reputation and often a background in haute couture and commercial modeling. The term supermodel became prominent in the popular culture of the 1980s. Supermodels usually work for prominent fashion designe ... Read »


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    • Supima

    • Supima is a non-profit organization in the United States whose main objective is to promote the use of American Pima cotton around the world and is involved in quality assurance and research programs. Founded in 1954, it derived its name from superior pima. Supima licenses over 300 selected high-quality mills, textile ... Read »


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    • Swishing

    • Swishing refers to swapping an item or items of clothing or shoes or an accessory with friends or acquaintances. Parties must willingly give an item to participate in the transaction, once they have given an item they are free to choose something of interest from what others have offered. Value does not come into the e ... Read »


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    • Takay

    • Takay is a Japanese New York-based art, fashion and celebrity photographer. Hailing from Japan, Takay earned a reputation as a much sought after artist and photographer beginning in the mid nineties. Upon completing his degree in Japan, he relocated to London and began shooting his own narratives. In 1998 he landed edi ... Read »


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    • Robin Tattersall

    • Dr. Robin Erskine Tattersall OBE (born July 21, 1930 in Manchester, United Kingdom) is a doctor, model and sailor who competed in the Summer Olympics for the British Virgin Islands. In the 1950s, while training to be a doctor at St George's Hospital in Hyde Park, Tattersall modelled for Richard Avedon alongside Suzy P ... Read »


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    • Tignon

    • A tignon (also spelled and pronounced tiyon) is a type of headcovering. A large piece of material tied or wrapped around the head to form a kind of turban that somewhat resembles the West African Gele. It was worn by Creole women of African descent in Louisiana beginning in the Spanish colonial period, and continuing t ... 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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    • Trickle-down effect

    • The trickle-down effect is a model of product adoption in marketing that affects many consumer goods and services. It states that fashion flows vertically from the upper classes to the lower classes within society, each social class influenced by a higher social class. Two conflicting principles drive this diffusion d ... Read »


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    • Ultrasone

    • ULTRASONE AG

      Ultrasone AG is a German company specializing in headphones for studio, DJ, and consumer uses. Ultrasone's headquarters are located in Tutzing, Germany. The company has manufacturing facilities in Germany and Taiwan. Ultrasone AG was founded in 1991 with the stated objective to manufacture advanced headphones with an ... Read »


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    • University of Fashion

    • University of Fashion

      University of Fashion (also known as UofF) is an online library of fashion design video lessons. The website is owned and operated by Francesca Sterlacci and Jeffrey Purvin and features how-to video lesson tutorials, taught by fashion school professors and industry professionals, teaching the key fashion design discipl ... Read »


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    • Voylla

    • Voylla Fashions Private Limited

      Voylla Fashions Private Limited, also referred to as just Voylla, is an Indian e-commerce platform headquartered in Jaipur, India. Voylla began as a designer apparel selling portal, and later diversified into a full-fledged e-shop that provides jewelry and accessories from designers under categories such as fashion jew ... Read »


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