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    • Fashion educators

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    • Haute couture

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    • Parts of clothing

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    • Project Runway

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    • Advanced Fashion Design and Technology

    • Advanced Fashion Design and Technology is the manufacturing process related to fashion which integrates the newest technologies. It specifically refers not only to the design process, but furthermore to the manufacturing, which is defined as being "advanced". It utilizes CAD, to patternmake and design. The first C ... Read »


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    • Alfred Angelo

    • Alfred Angelo

      Alfred Angelo Bridal was one of the world's largest manufacturers and retailers of wedding dresses. The company was headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida. While Alfred Angelo was most recognized for its wedding dress fashions, the company also designed bridesmaid dresses, fashions for the mother of the bride, flower g ... Read »


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    • Babani

    • Babani, founded in Paris in 1894 by Vitaldi Babani, was a fashion house based on the Boulevard Haussmann specialising in imported exotic goods, including artworks and handicrafts, and from the 1910s onwards, original garments inspired by their imported merchandise. The business closed in 1940. Vitaldi Babani was born ... 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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    • Clothing sizes

    • In clothing, clothing size refers to the label sizes used for garments sold off-the-shelf. There are a large number of standard sizing systems around the world for various garments, such as dresses, tops, skirts, and trousers. Made-to-order garments require measurements to be taken, but these do not need to be converte ... Read »


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    • Colcci

    • Colcci

      megan Colcci is a Brazilian fashion company that manufactures and sells high-end clothing and accessories for men and women. Established in 1986 in Brazil, Colcci operates in 31 countries, with 1,650 label stores and 9 franchise stores. Colcci's only U.S. store is based in New Jersey, but the company has boutiques in ... 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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    • Design history

    • Design history is the study of objects of design in their historical and stylistic contexts. With a broad definition, the contexts of design history include the social, the cultural, the economic, the political, the technical and the aesthetic. Design history has as its objects of study all designed objects including ... Read »


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    • Dotted Swiss (fabric)

    • Dotted Swiss, also known as Swiss Dot, is a sheer cotton fabric that is embellished with small dots. The dots can be applied in a number of different ways and colors, and is used for baby clothes, wedding dresses and curtains. The design is said to have originated around 1750 in St. Gallen, Switzerland, which emerged ... Read »


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    • Embellishment

    • In sewing and crafts an embellishment is anything that adds design interest to the piece. Items that normally serve a function may also be used as embellishment. For example: ... Read »


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    • EN 13402

    • EN 13402 Size designation of clothes is a European standard for labelling clothes sizes. It is based on body dimensions, measured in centimetres. It replaces many older national dress-size systems in popular use before the year 2007. Acceptance of this form of standardisation varies from country to country. For example ... Read »


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    • Fashion design

    • Fashion design is the art of application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories. Fashion design is influenced by cultural and social attitudes, and has varied over time and place. Fashion designers work in a number of ways in designing clothing and accessories such as bracelets and neckl ... 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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    • Gather (sewing)

    • Gathering is a sewing technique for shortening the length of a strip of fabric so that the longer piece can be attached to a shorter piece. It is commonly used in clothing to manage fullness, as when a full sleeve is attached to the armscye or cuff of a shirt, or when a skirt is attached to a bodice. In simple gatheri ... 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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    • Harlequin print

    • Harlequin print is a repeating pattern of contrasting diamonds or elongated squares standing on end. A harlequin is character from Commedia dell'arte, a 16th-century Italian theater movement. Harlequins were witty, mischievous clowns. Their early costumes were sewn together from fabric scraps. Over time, the diamo ... Read »


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    • Israeli fashion

    • Israeli fashion refers to fashion design and modeling in Israel. Israel has become an international center of fashion and design. Tel Aviv has been called the “next hot destination” for fashion. Israeli designers, such as the swimwear company Gottex show their collections at leading fashion shows, including ... Read »


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    • Lloyd Klein

    • Lloyd Klein

      Lloyd David Klein is a French couturier born in Canada. His fashion label is Lloyd Klein Couture. Klein was born in Montreal, Canada, to French parents and was raised in Paris, France. He studied architecture at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, and worked in an architect's office in New Yor ... Read »


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    • Made to measure

    • Made to measure (MTM or M2M) typically refers to clothing that is sewn from a standard-sized base pattern. A tailored suit is a common example of a made-to-measure garment. The fit of a made-to-measure garment is expected to be superior to that of a ready-to-wear garment, because ready-to-wear garments are constructed ... Read »


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    • Marimekko

    • Marimekko

      Marimekko is a Finnish home furnishings, textiles and fashion company based in Helsinki. It made important contributions to fashion in the 1960s. It is particularly noted for its brightly colored printed fabrics and simple styles, used both in women's garments and in home furnishings. Two designers in particular, Vuokk ... Read »


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    • Models of the Runway

    • Models of the Runway

      Models of the Runway was a television series on the Lifetime network. It was an offshoot of Project Runway appearing each week during seasons when Project Runway aired, generally immediately following the broadcast of the latest episode, and following the experiences of the fashion models on Project Runway, focusing on ... Read »


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    • Modest fashion

    • The term modest fashion (i.e. Islamic fashion) identifies fashion in line with Islamic principles, but there is no unambiguous interpretation as it is influenced by socio-cultural characterizations of each country. Beyond the various interpretations, all agree on the idea that modest fashion means loose clothing, comfo ... Read »


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    • The Mondrian collection of Yves Saint Laurent

    • The Mondrian Collection was designed by French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent (1 August 1936 – 1 June 2008) in 1965. This collection was a homage to the work of several modernistic artists. Part of this collection were six cocktail dresses that were inspired by the paintings of Piet Mondrian (1872–1944). ... Read »


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    • New bespoke movement

    • Savile Row (pronounced /ˌsævɪl ˈroʊ/) is a street in Mayfair, central London. Known principally for its traditional bespoke tailoring for men, the street has had a varied history that has included accommodating the headquarters of the Royal Geographical Society at 1 Savile Row, where significant British ... Read »


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    • Not Just A Label

    • Not Just A Label (NJAL) is a London-based global sales platform, virtual showroom and online community that connects independent designers to consumers. Products listed are locally produced with sustainability in mind keeping in-line with the slow fashion movement. In 2014, NJAL hosted approximately 16,000 fashion desi ... Read »


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    • Petite size

    • In fashion and clothing, a petite size is a standard clothing size designed to fit women of shorter height, typically 162 cm (5 ft 4 in). Regular female sized clothing is designed for a woman at least 165 cm (5 ft 5 in) tall (without shoes) and will not fit a woman of significantly shorter height ... Read »


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    • Pleat

    • A pleat (older plait) is a type of fold formed by doubling fabric back upon itself and securing it in place. It is commonly used in clothing and upholstery to gather a wide piece of fabric to a narrower circumference. Pleats are categorized as pressed, that is, ironed or otherwise heat-set into a sharp crease, or unpr ... 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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    • Radley (company)

    • Radley is a London based, British accessories brand which designs and manufactures handbags, purses and other women’s accessories for UK and international markets. The brand was founded by Lowell Harder in 1998. Justin Stead is the current CEO of the brand and was appointed in May 2015. Radley founder and cur ... Read »


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    • Ready-to-wear

    • Ready-to-wear or prêt-à-porter (/ˌprɛt ɑː pɔːrˈteɪ/, French pronunciation: ​[pʁɛ.ta pɔʁ.te]; often abbreviated RTW; "off-the-rack" or "off-the-peg" in casual use) is the term for factory-made clothing, sold in finished condition, in standardized sizes, as distinct from ... Read »


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    • Reconstructed clothing

    • Reconstructed clothing is used or vintage clothing that has been redesigned and resewn into a new garment. Reconstructed clothing was trendy in the mid-2000s. The book Generation T (2006), which gave instructions for "108 Ways to Transform a T-Shirt", was one example of this trend. The book included instructions for ho ... Read »


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    • Resort wear

    • Resort wear is a clothing style, as well as a year-round fashion "season". Sometimes known as "cruise wear", it was collections only to very affluent customers who were expected to spend the post-Christmas/New Year's weeks in warm-weather climates. More recently, designers, store buyers, and the media are viewing "res ... Read »


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    • Riding coat

    • A riding coat is a garment originally designed as outerwear for horseback riding. Original waterproof designs – similar to a mackintosh – generally comprised a full-length coat with wide skirt and leg straps to keep it in place. Other typical features included a belted waist, large patch pockets with protecti ... Read »


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    • Ruffle

    • In sewing and dressmaking, a ruffle, frill, or furbelow is a strip of fabric, lace or ribbon tightly gathered or pleated on one edge and applied to a garment, bedding, or other textile as a form of trimming. The term flounce is a particular type of fabric manipulation that creates a similar look but with less bulk. Th ... 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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    • 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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    • Sheer fabric

    • Sheer fabric is fabric which is made using thin thread and/or low density of knit and which results in a semi-transparent and flimsy cloth. Some fabrics become transparent when wet. The sheerness of a fabric is expressed as a numerical denier which ranges from 3 (extremely rare, very thin, barely visible) to 15 (stand ... Read »


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    • Sheltersuit

    • Sheltersuit is a water- and windproof jacket which can be transformed into a body suit by zipping it on the sleeping bag. It is an outdoor product made with durable and insulating materials that assures all users warmth and rain protection. After use, the sleeping bag can be stored in the duffle bag. Bas Timmer created ... Read »


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    • Style line

    • A style line is a seam in a garment made primarily for the purpose of its visual effect, rather than for the purpose of shaping of structuring the garment. By contrast, a dart or pleat by itself would not be considered a style line because although each can be used to produce a pleasing visual effect, their main purpos ... Read »


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    • Toile

    • Toile is a fabric, from the French word meaning "linen cloth" or "canvas", particularly cloth or canvas for painting on. The word "toile" can refer to the fabric itself, a test garment (generally) sewn from the same material, or a type of repeated surface decoration (traditionally) printed on the same fabric. The term ... Read »


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    • Trim (sewing)

    • Trim or trimming in clothing and home decorating is applied ornament, such as gimp, passementerie, ribbon, ruffles, or, as a verb, to apply such ornament. Before the industrial revolution, all trim was made and applied by hand, thus making heavily trimmed furnishings and garments expensive and high-status. Machine-wov ... Read »


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    • U-Design contest

    • U-Design contest is a global women's Indian ethnicwear design contest, run annually by Triveni. Design students globally can apply for the contest with their prior work - and they are allowed to select fabric on Triveni's website which is delivered free to them. This levels the contest field - students will be competin ... Read »


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    • Under the Gunn

    • Under the Gunn (also known as Project Runway: Under the Gunn) is an American reality competition series that premiered January 16, 2014, on Lifetime. Production of the series began in November 2013, with the finale filmed on December 17, 2013. The series was filmed at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising i ... Read »


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    • US standard clothing size

    • US standard clothing sizes for women were originally developed from statistical data in the 1940s–1950s. At that time, they were similar in concept to the EN 13402 European clothing size standard, although individual manufacturers have always deviated from them, sometimes significantly. However, as a result of va ... Read »


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    • Vanity sizing

    • Vanity sizing, or size inflation, is the phenomenon of ready-to-wear clothing of the same nominal size becoming bigger in physical size over time. This has been documented primarily in the United States and the United Kingdom. Vanity sizing tends to occur where clothing sizes are not standardized, such as the U.S. mark ... Read »


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    • Vintage clothing

    • Vintage clothing is a generic term for garments originating from a previous era. The phrase is also used in connection with a retail outlet, e.g. "vintage clothing store." Generally speaking, clothing which was produced before the 1920s is referred to as antique clothing and clothing from the 1920s to 20 years bef ... Read »


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    • Waistline (clothing)

    • The waistline is the line of demarcation between the upper and lower portions of a garment, which notionally corresponds to the natural waist but may vary with fashion from just below the bust to below the hips. The waistline of a garment is often used to accentuate different features. The waistline is also important a ... Read »


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