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    • A.F.C.A (clothing)

    • A.F.C.A

      A.F.C.A (also styled as " *A.F.C.A (Can't Be Stopped) ") is a brand of urban lifestyle clothing founded by the late Sven Westendorp, a Dutch fashion designer, graffiti artist and famed supporter of association football club AFC Ajax. His brand has been popular since the mid 2000s and moved into the mainstream urban cul ... Read »


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    • Abby Z.

    • Abby Z. is a contemporary plus size design label founded by Abby Zeichner in 2004. The company specializes in runway designs for women sizes 12 through 24. The Abby Z flagship store opened in SoHo, New York at 57 Greene Street on August 13, 2008. The store closed less than two years later in 2009 when its parent compa ... Read »


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    • Akik

    • Akik or Aqiq means Quartz, however usually referred to the Chalcedony variant of Quartz. It is considered a semi-precious gem stone and has significance in the Islamic religion. Well known types of Chalcedony are Carnelian, Agate and Onyx. It must be ground into shape and polished to a shine. The finished gem is then ... Read »


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    • Albion Co., Ltd.

    • Albion Co., Ltd. or Albion (Japanese: 株式会社アルビオン) is a Japanese kabushiki gaisha concentrating in the manufacture and distribution of luxury cosmetics and headquartered in Ginza, Tokyo. The company is a consolidated subsidiary of the KOSE corporation as a part of the cosmetic ... Read »


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    • Animal hat

    • An animal hat is a novelty hat made to resemble an animal or other character. It is often similar to a beanie, with facial features, added ears and sometimes details such as whiskers, although versions made from fake fur are also known by this name. While they were known before 2010, animal hats became an American fash ... Read »


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    • Anti-fashion

    • Anti-fashion is an umbrella term for various styles of dress which are explicitly contrary to the fashion of the day. Anti-fashion styles may represent an attitude of indifference or may arise from political or practical goals which make fashion a secondary priority. The term is sometimes even used for styles champione ... Read »


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    • Antwerp Six

    • The Antwerp Six refers to a group of fashion designers who graduated from Antwerp's Royal Academy of Fine Arts between 1980–81. The six artists studied under Linda Loppa, who now serves as the dean of Polimoda fashion school. The fashion collective presented a distinct, radical vision for fashion during the 1 ... Read »


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    • Asymmetric cut

    • An asymmetric cut is a haircut in which the hair is cut in such a way that the hair does not have left-right symmetry and one side is cut or appears to be longer than the other. Talk show host Rosie O'Donnell famously adopted a short version of the asymmetric cut in 2002 after she came out of the closet. Other celebri ... Read »


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    • Atlantic City Fashion Week

    • Atlantic City Fashion Week or ACFW is a fashion event held two times every year, Spring and Fall. The event features activities that include fashion shows, seminars, celebrity appearances, retail events, networking opportunities and industry parties. Atlantic City Fashion Week features an eclectic group of designers, ... Read »


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    • Baby Phat

    • Subsidiary Industry Fashion Founded 1998 Founder Kimora Lee Simmons
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    • Baby Phat

      Baby Phat is a clothing, shoes, accessory, perfume, and lifestyle line for women and girls created in 2000. Model and entrepreneur, Kimora Lee Simmons, started helped develop the brand in 1999 and served as creative director and president till 2010. The fashion line merged hip-hop culture with high fashion under Russel ... Read »


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    • BAFWEEK

    • BAFWEEK

      BAFWEEK (abbreviation for Buenos Aires Fashion Week, also stylized as BAFWeek) is a biannual clothing trade show held mainly in La Rural fairgrounds, Buenos Aires. Argentina's most important fashion event, BAFWEEK showcases both leading brands and emerging designers. In addition, the Semillero UBA BAFWEEK (English: See ... Read »


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    • Bag charm

    • A bag charm is a piece of jewellery that decorates a handbag. Bag charms may resemble a key chain, a bracelet or a necklace. While charms and charm bracelets have existed since antiquity, jewellery specifically designed to adorn hand-bags (as opposed to jewellery designed to be worn on one's own body) is a relatively ... 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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    • Bail (jewelry)

    • A bail (also spelled "bale") is a component of certain types of jewelry, mostly necklaces, that is used to attach a pendant or stone. The bail is normally placed in the center of the necklace where the pendant hangs. Some bails are made so a pendant can be attached after the necklace production is completed. This way, ... Read »


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    • Baji (clothing)

    • Baji (Korean: 바지) is a kind of traditional Korean pant that is part of the hanbok. A baji is baggy and loose, so it is tied around the waist. In the past, Korean men wore baji as outer clothing, but for women, it gradually became part of the inner clothing. Today, women wear chima for their outer clothes. ... 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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    • Balmacaan

    • A balmacaan is a "loose, full overcoat with raglan sleeves, originally made of rough woolen cloth." It is named after an estate near Inverness, Scotland, and is a single-breasted coat, often a raincoat. To decrease risk of water penetrating the coat, the number of seams is reduced by bringing the sleeve to the collar r ... Read »


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    • Baltika Group

    • Baltika Group

      The Baltika Group (Estonian: Baltika Grupp) is an Estonian fashion retailer that operates Monton, Mosaic, Baltman, Bastion and Ivo Nikkolo retail concepts. Since May 2013 Baltika also represents Blue Inc London fashion brand in the Baltics. Group brands are represented in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Belarus and ... Read »


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    • Bandage dress

    • A bandage dress is a tight-fitting "bodycon" dress that is (or appears to be) made from multiple thin strips of cloth sewn together, with the individual strips shaped like bandages. The bandage dress was made popular by the designer Hervé Léger. ... Read »


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    • Bashkeer Aligmani

    • Bashkeer Alighmani literally means German Towel or more precisely German Hand Towel. It is usually a cotton cloth measuring about 30 cm by 90 cm with black background and very colorful flowery design. It is worn as a head cover for women of some towns in Hauran, specifically Ar Ramtha in North Jordan. It is thoug ... 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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    • Bell sleeve

    • A bell sleeve can be either long or short and is usually set smoothly into the armscye (no pleating or shirring) and flares toward the bottom. Bell sleeves end anywhere from the elbow to the wrist. Flared sleeves ending at the upper bicep are similarly shaped, but are instead called butterfly sleeves. The effect is rem ... Read »


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    • Beonggeoji

    • Beonggeoji

      A beonggeoji is a Korean hat worn by military officers in a low class or servants of yangban, aristocrats during the Joseon Dynasty. It is also called jeonnip or byeongnip. It began to be worn in the northwestern region of Korea and was spread to nationwide after Imjin Waeran (1592–1598) and Second Manchu invasion ... Read »


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    • Cynthia Bergstrom

    • Cynthia Bergstrom is a costume designer. She worked on the Wes Craven movie Scream and this then led to work on the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer from its second season. ... Read »


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    • Vasuki Bhaskar

    • Vasuki Bhaskar

      Vasuki Bhaskar is an Indian fashion and costume designer, working in the Tamil film industry. She is the daughter of film producer R.D. Bhaskar and Pavalar Creations is their own production house. Vasuki was born as only daughter to late R. D. Bhaskar, film producer and brother of legendary composer Ilaiyaraaja. H ... Read »


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    • Bicycle clip hat

    • A bicycle clip hat is a style of small hat or millinery decoration that includes a metal clip – similar to traditional designs used by cyclists – to hold it in place. It may be very similar to a half hat or fascinator in design, covering only part of the head. The term has also been used to describe a design ... Read »


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    • Birrus

    • A birrus or birrus brittanicus was a rainproof, hooded woollen cloak (or simply a hood alone), characteristically worn in Britain and Gaul at the time of the Roman Empire and into the Middle Ages. A mosaic at Chedworth Roman Villa shows a Briton wearing a birrus brittanicus there is also one shown on a statue of a plo ... Read »


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    • The Blonde Salad

    • The Blonde Salad

      Chiara Ferragni (Italian pronunciation: [ˌkjaːra ferˈraɲɲi]; born 7 May 1987) is an Italian businesswoman and fashion influencer on social media. She is also a blogger and fashion designer who has been employed by Guess as a model and spokesperson. As a blogger, she is known as The Blonde Salad, which ... Read »


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    • Boat neck

    • A boat neck, also called a bateau neck or Sabrina neckline, is a wide neckline that runs horizontally, front and back, almost to the shoulder points, across the collarbone. It is traditionally used in nautically inspired sweaters and knitwear, but is also featured in more elegant cocktail dresses and eveningwear. The s ... Read »


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    • Boglioli

    • Boglioli is a men's tailoring family business originally based in the Italian town of Gambara. The creative director is Jay Vosoghi, and the chief executive officer and president is Giovanni Mannucci. Its showroom is at Corso Venezia 36 in Milan. Its signature item of menswear is garment-dyed jackets. ... Read »


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    • Bon Worth

    • Bon Worth is an American retail clothing chain based in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Founder Loren Wells started Bon Worth in 1976 in Hendersonville, and expanded throughout the 1980s. By 1992, it had 65 stores in 28 states, and by 2007, it had more than 290. Its clothing lines are targeted at women 50 and older. ... Read »


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    • Box braids

    • Box braids are hair braids which are characterized by "boxy" or square-shaped hair divisions. ... Read »


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    • Bread and Butter tradeshow

    • Bread and Butter (shortened to B&B) is a trade and fashion show for everyday clothing and streetwear. It was established in 2001 and is held annually in January and July during Berlin Fashion Week. It is a leading trade fair for ready-to-wear fashion. The show was initiated by German entrepreneur Karl-Heinz Mül ... Read »


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    • Bright Night Fantasy Bra

    • The Bright Night Fantasy Bra was designed for Victoria's Secret and shown at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2016. Angel Jasmine Tookes had the honours this year to wear the million dollar bra, designed by jewellery designer Eddie Borgo The Bright Night Fantasy Bra is worth $3,000,000, it is made of 9000 precious e ... Read »


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    • British Fashion Awards

    • The British Fashion Awards is a ceremony held annually in the United Kingdom since 1989 to showcase British designers and present awards to those who have made the most outstanding contributions to the fashion industry during the year. As a result, London Fashion Week ranks alongside New York, Milan and Paris as one of ... Read »


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    • British Fashion Council

    • British Fashion Council

      The British Fashion Council (BFC) is a non-profit trade group for British fashion designers founded in 1983. Its main goal is to promote British fashion design in both the UK and internationally. Organising the twice-yearly London Fashion Week is one of the primary activities. Based in London, it is currently chai ... Read »


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    • Brunello Cucinelli (company)

    • Brunello Cucinelli S.p.A.

      Brunello Cucinelli S.p.A. is an Italian fashion brand with a market cap of €1.3 billion which sells menswear, women's wear and accessories in countries including Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, the United States, France, Germany, Austria, Canada, China and Japan. Its net profit rose 10.9% to €29.6 million in 201 ... Read »


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    • Bruno Banani

    • Bruno Banani is a German fashion company with headquarters in Chemnitz. On 11 March 2009, Bruno Banani launched a product range using the eco-friendly fiber Biophyl from Advansa with class 1 Oeko-tex standard rating. The marketing rights for the perfumes with the brand name Bruno Banani are held by the Wella company, ... Read »


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    • Budapest Fashion Week

    • Budapest Fashion Week

      Budapest Fashion Week is a fashion week trade show held annually in April and October in Budapest, Hungary, usually after the five major fashion weeks. It is still aspiring to the level of big five fashion weeks (New York City, London, Paris, Milan and Berlin). Based on the concept of the international fashion week ser ... Read »


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    • Buster Brown suit

    • A Buster Brown suit was a very popular style of clothing for young boys in the United States in the early 20th century. It was named after the comic strip character Buster Brown, created in 1902 by Richard Felton Outcault. It typically consisted of a belted, double-breasted tunic or jacket worn with a large round colla ... Read »


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    • Buttonhook

    • A buttonhook is a tool used to facilitate the closing of buttoned shoes, gloves or other clothing. It consists of a hook fixed to a handle which may be simple or decorative as part of a dresser set or chatelaine. Sometimes they were given away as promotions with product advertising on the handle. To use, the hook end i ... Read »


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    • C. F. Hathaway Company

    • C. F. Hathaway Company was a private manufacturer of shirts for men and boys, located in Waterville, Maine. It was founded in 1837 and made uniform shirts for Union soldiers during the American Civil War. The company closed its Maine factory in 2002, making it the second to last major American shirt company to produce ... Read »


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    • C.P. Company

    • C.P. Company is an Italian apparel brand founded in 1975 by designer Massimo Osti. Initially called Chester Perry, its name was changed in 1978 following a lawsuit. It became known for its functional, military-inspired outerwear and the use of innovative fabrics, processing techniques and design. Its most iconic piece ... Read »


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    • Caesar cut

    • The Caesar cut is a hairstyle with short, horizontally straight cut bangs. The hair is layered to around 2–5 cm (1-2 inches) all over. It is named after Julius Caesar, whose images frequently depict him wearing his hair in such a manner. This haircut was in fashion among Western boys and men in the 1990s. ... Read »


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    • Calfskin

    • Calfskin or calf leather is a leather or membrane produced from the hide of a calf, or juvenile domestic cattle. Calfskin is particularly valuable because of its softness, and fine grain, as well as durability. It is commonly used for high-quality clothing, shoes, wallets and similar products, as well as traditional le ... 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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    • 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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    • Camp Beverly Hills

    • Camp Beverly Hills is an American US-based clothing line founded by Jeffrey A. Stein It hit a pop-culture phenomenon that began in the 1980s, the Camp Beverly Hills vintage clothing line is making comeback with a full re-launch of the brand. Beverly Hills' glitzy name has helped Camp Beverly Hills turn its fashion pro ... Read »


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    • Can-can dress

    • Can-can dresses were historically worn during the can-can dance. Whilst the actual items of clothing can vary, but the general style of clothing remains the same. The main idea is that the dresses should be full of frills and ruffles and be multilayered. In one interpretation, designed for a play that was set in the 18 ... Read »


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    • Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards

    • The Canadian Arts & Fashion Awards (CAFA) are an annual award ceremony to recognize and celebrate outstanding achievement and emerging talent in Canadian fashion. The awards were established to encourage the economic development of the Canadian fashion industry and endorse Canadian cultural sovereignty. The event start ... Read »


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    • Canepin

    • Canepin is a fine leather made from the epidermis of sheep and goats. It is used to make women's gloves and to test the quality of scalpels. The word comes from the French word canepin [kanəpƐ˜], meaning "skin". ... Read »


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    • Canezou

    • The Canezou (aka Canezou-fichu), c. 1835, is a type of clothing, generally worn alongside a corsage. Canezous were originally short jackets similar to spencers. Over time, they evolved into a sleeveless, sideless form, which was called a "fichu-canezou." It was almost always tucked into a belt, and was made of white m ... Read »


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    • Albert Capraro

    • Mrs. Ford meets with fashion designer Albert Capraro in the Second Floor West Sitting Hall. Seated; Capraro on left of photo, pointing at paper Mrs.Ford is holding;Betty Ford in center, looking at paper.
      Born (1943-05-20)May 20, 1943
    • Albert Capraro

      Albert Capraro (born May 20, 1943) is an American fashion designer. He is a graduate of Parsons School of Design and worked for Lilly Daché and Oscar de la Renta before starting his own business in 1974. His clients have included Betty Ford, Susan Ford, Barbara Walters, Cristina Ferrare,Polly Bergen, Tawny Little , ... Read »


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    • Betty Catroux

    • Betty Catroux (born Betty Saint in 1945) is a former Chanel model, and fashion icon. She has been cited as a muse by both Yves Saint Laurent and Tom Ford. She was born in 1945, the only child of Carmen Saint, a Brazil-born French socialite, and Elim O'Shaughnessy (1907–1966), an American diplomat. Saint Laur ... Read »


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    • Chantilly (fragrance)

    • Chantilly is a fragrance that was introduced in 1941 by Houbigant. It is currently produced by Dana. Marketed as for women, this fragrance mainly made of bergamot, lemon, spices, carnation, jasmine, ylang-ylang, rose, orange blossom, tonka bean, musk, benzoin, oakmoss, vanilla and sandalwood. ... Read »


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    • Chap boot

    • Chap boots are a form of footwear. They are tall boots which cover the whole leg up to the crotch, with a strap attached to the outer side. These straps consist of a loop of material through which a belt is threaded to hold the boots up. Thus the boots act similarly to a pair of chaps. Such boots are often seen as part ... Read »


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    • Chapan

    • Chapan (چاپان) or (چپان) (variant of caftan) is a coat worn over clothes, usually during the cold winter months. Usually worn by men, these coats are adorned with intricate threading and come in a variety of colors and patterns. It is worn in Central Asia, including Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, T ... Read »


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    • Cheopji

    • Cheopji (hangul:첩지 ;hanja:疊紙) is a Korean hair accessory decorating the chignon of ladies when they wear a ceremonial dress. It is usually made of silver, and a frog-shape is its common form. The use of cheopji began after Baljaegaeheok(hangul: 발제개혁; hanja: 髮制改 ... Read »


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    • Chesterfield coat

    • The Chesterfield coat is a long, tailored overcoat named after the Earl of Chesterfield. The Chesterfield coat arose, along with the lounge suit, as an alternative to the highly shaped coats it replaced, such as the frock overcoat with its heavy waist suppression using a waist seam. The Chesterfield has no horizo ... Read »


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    • Chima (clothing)

    • Chima (clothing)

      Chima is a type of skirt worn together with jeogori, or a short jacket in hanbok, Korean traditional clothing. It is also referred to as sang () or gun () in hanja in the Korean language. Basic forms of ancient chima can be seen in murals of Goguryeo kingdom (37 BC–668 AD), built approximately during the 4th or 6 ... Read »


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    • China Fashion Week

    • China Fashion Week

      China Fashion Week is an international fashion event held twice a year at various venues in Beijing, China. The event originated in 1997 and hosts professional contests, exhibitions, fashion forums and professional evaluations. The event showcases fashion collections from various designers, including ready-to-wear, acc ... Read »


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    • Chinstrap beard

    • The chinstrap beard is a type of facial hair that extends from the hair line of one side of the face to the other, following the jawline, much like the chin curtain; unlike the chin curtain though, it does not cover the entire chin, but only the very edges of the jaw and chin. It was fashionable from the late-18th cent ... Read »


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    • Tsumori Chisato

    • Tsumori Chisato is a Japanese fashion designer. Tsumori Chisato was born in the Japanese city of Saitama, Japan. Chisato attended Tokyo's Bunka Fashion College. She began work with Issey Miyake in 1977 under the "Issey Sports" line, which was later renamed "I.S. Chisato Tsumori Designs." With the support of Issey Miya ... Read »


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    • Choga (garment)

    • A Choga is a long sleeved robe that is worn loosely around the bodice amongst Rajasthani men. ... Read »


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    • Chugha

    • Chugha (variant of Shuqa) is a coat worn over clothes, usually during the cold winter months. Usually worn by men, these coats are adorned with intricate threading and come in a variety of colors and patterns. It is worn in Central Asia, including Chitral, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrg ... Read »


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    • Chupryna

    • Chupryna (Ukrainian: чуприна), chub (Ukrainian: чуб, "crest"), khokhol (Russian: хохол, "forelock"), or oseledets (Ukrainian: оселедець, "herring") is an element of traditional Ukrainian Cossack haircut. It describes a style of man's haircut that f ... Read »


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    • Circular-collar robe

    • Circular-collor robe(團領, pinyin: tuán lǐng, Hangul: 단령Danryeong) was clothing of East Asian cultural sphere, which was used as Gwanbok. It was originated from hú(胡) and used as Gwanbok since Southern and Northern Dynasties. ... Read »


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    • Clive Christian No. 1

    • Clive Christian No. 1 is an English fragrance that was introduced in 2001 by designer Clive Christian, it is part of his definitive collection and marketed by parent company Crown Perfumery established in 1872. Clive Christian No. 1 was the most expensive perfume in the world as of 2006, costing $2,150 an ounce. It is ... Read »


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    • Clothing swap

    • A clothing swap is a type of swapmeet wherein participants exchange their valued but no longer used clothing for clothing they will use. Clothing swaps are considered not only a good way to refill one's wardrobe, but also are considered an act of environmentalism. It is also used to get rid of and obtain specialist clo ... Read »


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    • Clutch (pin fastener)

    • A butterfly clutch is a device that attaches to the back of a tack pin to secure an accessory to clothing. Butterfly clutches are sometimes known as dammits, especially in military circles, after the phrase one says when one belonging to an important badge or medal is lost. ... Read »


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    • Coatdress

    • A coatdress or coat dress is a woman's dress that resembles an overcoat, usually with collar, lapels and front fastenings similar to a coat, and made in spring- or autumn-weight fabrics. The modern coatdress first emerged in the 1910s, with a 1915 article in Vogue assuring readers that the new garment could be worn ove ... Read »


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    • Coatee

    • A coatee was a type of tight fitting uniform coat or jacket, which was waist length at the front and had short tails behind. The coatee began to replace the long tail coat in western armies at the end of the eighteenth century, but was itself superseded by the tunic in the mid nineteenth century. A coatee, worn with a ... Read »


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    • Cockernonnie

    • A cockernonnie or cockernonie was an old Scottish women's hairstyle. It was a gathering up of the hair, after a fashion similar to the modern chignon, and sometimes called a "cock-up". Mr. Kirkton of Edinburgh, preaching against "cock-ups" – of which chignons were the representative in the mid-19th century – ... Read »


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    • Colette (boutique)

    • Coordinates: 48°51′55″N 2°19′51″E / 48.86528°N 2.33083°E / 48.86528; 2.33083 Colette is a French "brick-and-click" clothing and accessory retailer. The three floor 8,000 square feet (740 m2) concept store is located in Paris and contains an exhibition space, booksh ... Read »


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    • Collar (jewelry)

    • In jewelry, a collar is an ornament for the neck. Collar is an older word for necklace, and is usually reserved today for a necklace that lies flat to the body rather than hanging freely. In contemporary fine jewelry, collar necklaces are 14 inches in chain length. In street fashion, collars are more commonly referre ... Read »


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    • Collar stays

    • Collar stays, collar sticks, bones, knuckles, tabs, in the UK, collar stiffeners, and in Eastern Canada collar stiffs) are shirt accessories. Collar stays are smooth, rigid strips of metal (such as brass, stainless steel, or sterling silver), horn, baleen, mother of pearl, or plastic, rounded at one end and pointed at ... Read »


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    • Colombo Fashion Week

    • Colombo Fashion Week was conceived in 2003, as a project that was focused on uplifting Sri Lanka's fashion design industry. Today it is firmly established as the backbone of Sri Lanka's fashion design industry and in its journey of over a decade it has taken Sri Lanka's fashion design industry from strength to strength ... Read »


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    • Comptoir des Cotonniers

    • Comptoir des Cotonniers is a French contemporary fashion brand. In November 2013, Fast Retailing appointed Nancy Pedot the new CEO of Comptoir des Cotonniers and Princess Tam Tam. In December 2013, Amélie Gillier left Comptoir des Cotonniers as creative director. In January 2014, Lars Nilsson was appointed artisti ... Read »


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    • Concave football boot

    • www.concave.com The Concave Football Boot is a special boot designed to increase the 'sweet spot' (the area of the boot that makes contact with the ball) by approximately four times. It has evolved the games of Australian Football League, Soccer and Rugby League. Independent testing at Deakin University has shown the ... Read »


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    • Concealer

    • A concealer or colour corrector is a type of cosmetic that is used to mask dark circles, age spots, large pores, and other small blemishes visible on the skin. It is similar to foundation, but thicker and used to hide different pigments by blending the imperfection into the surrounding skin tone. It is normally applied ... Read »


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    • Contouring

    • Contouring is a makeup technique that uses cosmetics to define, enhance and sculpt the structure of the face or other body parts, such as breasts. Contouring is usually produced by placing a warm or cool toned colour that is one or two shades darker than the skin color in areas such as in the hollows of the cheeks, on ... Read »


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    • Cool Water (perfume)

    • Cool Water is a perfume introduced in 1988 by Davidoff, now a part of Coty Prestige. Lost star Josh Holloway, Paul Walker and Scott Eastwood are notable actors who appeared in Cool Water promotional material, featuring in a number of television commercials and posters for Davidoff Cool Water in 2008. The perfumer ... Read »


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    • Country bohemian style

    • Country bohemian style is a fashion style synthesizing rural elements with the bohemian style, creating a bohemian approach to life in the country. The country bohemian style can refer to both fashion and interior design. The country bohemian style is a deliberate blending of two seemingly disparate styles, country an ... Read »


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    • Courtepy

    • A '''courtepy''' is a doublet that has been deeply pleated from the shoulders to the waist around the entire garment, and then flared over the hips. There is also an undershirt, and many different sleeve styles. ... Read »


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    • Coutil

    • Coutil (or Coutille) is woven cloth created specifically for making corsets. It is woven tightly to inhibit penetration of the corset's bones and resist stretching. Coutil has a high cotton content. Cotton has good dimensional stability, or a resistance to stretching, which makes it a good choice for such a stressed ga ... 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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    • Crochet braids

    • Crochet braids, also known as latch hook braids, are techniques for braiding hair that involve crocheting synthetic hair extensions to a person's natural hair with a latch hook or crochet hook. This method is associated with African American hair culture. While crochet braids are a hybrid of traditional braids, they'r ... Read »


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    • Croydon facelift

    • In English slang, a Croydon facelift (sometimes council house facelift, or in Northern Ireland a Millie Facelift) is a particular hairstyle worn by some women. The hair is pulled back tightly and tied in a bun or ponytail at the back. The supposed result is that the skin of the forehead and face are pulled up and back, ... Read »


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    • Cuprammonium rayon

    • Cuprammonium rayon is a rayon made from cellulose dissolved in cuprammonium solution. It is produced by making cellulose a soluble compound by combining it with copper and ammonia. The solution of this material in caustic soda is passed through the spinneret and the cellulose is regenerated in the hardening baths that ... Read »


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    • Cushnie et Ochs

    • Cushnie et Ochs

      Cushnie et Ochs is an American fashion house founded in 2008 by Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs, upon their graduation from Parsons School of Design. Their signature looks are clean, modern cut-out dresses, sculpted knitwear, and tailored pieces best known for impeccable fit. Their work is described as a "sleek, sexy a ... Read »


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    • Cut (clothing)

    • Cut in clothing, sewing and tailoring, is the style or shape of a garment as opposed to its fabric or trimmings. The cut of a coat refers to the way the garment hangs on the body based on the shape of the fabric pieces used to construct it, the position of the fabric's grain line, and so on. ... Read »


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    • DC Fashion Week

    • DC Fashion Week is a partnership of independent fashion designers, producers and models created to increase economic development in fashion design, clothing merchandising and modeling. It was also created to enhance the visibility of Washington DC as a center of international fashion. DC Fashion Week is held twice a ye ... Read »


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    • De Grisogono

    • de Grisogono

      De Grisogono is a Swiss luxury jeweller. It was founded in 1993 by black diamond specialist Fawaz Gruosi. It is available in a number of cities. ... Read »


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    • Designer label

    • The term designer label refers to clothing, luxury automobile manufacturers and other personal accessory items sold under an often prestigious marque which is commonly named after a designer, founder or location where the company was founded such as BMW. The term is most often applied to luxury goods. While members of ... Read »


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    • DIA-style.com

    • DIA-style.com is a social commerce website for fashion that focuses on the Middle East. The site is in both Arabic and English and it is best known for being the first site offering Arabic speaking consumers the ability to shop online for ready-to-wear and accessories from luxury brands and designers in their own lang ... Read »


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    • The Different Company

    • The Different Company is a luxury perfume house established in 2000 by perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena and Thierry de Baschmakoff in Paris, France. Its products are available worldwide in boutiques and concept stores. Since 2005, all fragrances have been created by Céline Ellena, daughter of Jean-Claude Ellena. The line ... Read »


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    • Dimension (shampoo)

    • Dimension Shampoo was a heavily perfumed shampoo product, which was produced in the early 1980s. This was by the personal products division of Lever Brothers, and marketed by Ogilvy. The shampoo came in a distinctive dark yellow bottle, and left a strong muskone and civetone aroma on the hair. There was also a companio ... Read »


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    • Dip dye

    • Dip dye (also known as "tip dyeing") is a hair coloring style that involves dipping the ends of the hair into dye. The dye used can be either a naturally colored dye or a bright colored dye, the latter being the more popular choice. The method has become increasingly popular as a result of social media and its usage b ... Read »


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    • Dopo (clothing)

    • Dopo (clothing)

      The dopo is a variety of po, or overcoat in hanbok, Chinese and Korean traditional garment which was mostly worn by male Confucian scholars called seonbi during the Ming dynasty (after the mid Joseon period). Seonbi wore it as their daily garment as well as government officers did when they out for their private busin ... Read »


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    • Drago (fabric mill)

    • Drago is a wool mill founded in 1973 by Umberto and Laura Drago in Biella, Italy. Their son, Paolo Drago, is the current President and CEO. The mill produces 1,750,000 meters of fabrics per year. Drago fabrics are exported all over the world. Drago sells some fabric under its own brand, but sells mainly under other bra ... Read »


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    • Dress for Success (book)

    • Dress for Success is a 1975 book by John T. Molloy about the effect of clothing on a person's success in business and personal life. It was a bestseller and was followed in 1977 by The Women's Dress for Success Book. Together, the books popularized the concept of "power dressing". Molloy's advice was unusual because t ... Read »


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    • Du Barry Modes

    • Du Barry Modes was a Brooklyn, New York apparel company which was incorporated in June 1932. The business was located at 50 Court Street. It was incorporated with 5,000 share of . The firm's director was A.A. Sarafin. At the conclusion of July 1932 Du Barry Modes leased space on the fifth floor at a Manhattan, New Yor ... Read »


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    • Dubai Fashion Week

    • Dubai Fashion Week (DFW) is a fashion week which was held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was launched in 2005 and has presented its last runway on the 24 October 2011. It is owned and organised by a private company; Capital Marketing FZ LLC, an event management company. It was co-founded by Marc Robinson, a well-kn ... Read »


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    • Duchamp (clothing)

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      Duchamp is a British men's clothing and accessories company founded in 1989. The company was founded in 1989 by Mitchell Jacobs, a former buyer at Browns. The company was named after the French artist Marcel Duchamp with the following claim by Jacobs : "Duchamp turned everyday objects into art and I turned ever ... Read »


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    • Dutch cap

    • A Dutch cap or Dutch bonnet is a style of woman's hat associated with the various traditional Dutch woman's costumes. Usually made of white cotton or lace, it is sometimes characterized by triangular flaps or wings that turn up on either side. It can resemble some styles of nurse's hat. Many parts of the Netherlands h ... Read »


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    • Electric Youth (fragrance)

    • Electric Youth was a celebrity scent designed by Deborah Gibson. Manufactured by Revlon Consumer Products Corporation and distributed by the latter's Natural Wonder Cosmetics subsidiary (sold 2000 by Revlon to CVC Capital Partners), Electric Youth was marketed concurrently with Gibson's Atlantic Records album, single a ... Read »


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    • Elisabeth Erm

    • Elisabeth Erm

      Elisabeth Erm (born 1 February 1993) is an Estonian model. She was discovered at age 17, when a model agent approached her and she decided to give it a try. She was then sent to Milan one summer and Istanbul another summer. In January 2013, Wilhelmina Models asked to meet her and she signed a contract in this agency ... Read »


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    • Ero kawaii

    • Ero kawaii (エロ可愛い?, literally "erotic cute"), or erokawa, is a Japanese subculture that draws on Western notions of sexiness, in contrast to the popular cuteness (kawaii) trend. The term, coined in 2005, is a fusion of ero (shortened from the English word "erotic", which has negative connotatio ... Read »


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    • Eternity (fragrance)

    • Eternity is a fragrance introduced in 1988 by Calvin Klein. Created by perfumer Sophia Grojsman, Eternity won an award for the Most Successful Women’s Fragrance at the 1989 FiFi Awards, and in 2003 it was inducted in the Fragrance Hall of Fame. The masculine version of this fragrance, Eternity for Men, an aromati ... Read »


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    • Ever (fragrance)

    • Ever (fragrance)

      Ever by Coty – fragrance produced in 1998 – 2008 years by Coty. It is said to have a birch-water fragrance. It is recommended for daytime wear. Line composition: Eau de Cologne, Eau de toilette, Deodorant and Hydrogel. Ever by Coty won an award-ranking for in the world. ... Read »


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    • Eyewear

    • Eyewear consists of items and accessories worn on or over the eyes, for fashion or adornment, protection against the environment, and to improve or enhance visual acuity. Common forms of eyewear include glasses (also called eyeglasses or spectacles), sunglasses, and contact lenses. Eyewear can also include more utilit ... Read »


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    • Alessandra Facchinetti

    • Alessandra Facchinetti (born 2 June 1972) is an Italian fashion designer. In 2007 she was appointed the creative director at the fashion House of Valentino, on the retirement of Valentino Garavani. Previously she had been a designer at the House of Gucci. After some initial success, in 2008 she was dismissed from Valen ... Read »


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    • Face of Nepal

    • Face of Nepal is Asia’s largest model hunt platform where Nepalese models participate to be offered the chance to represent Nepal at the Asia New Star Model Contest. Face of Nepal was started in 2016 by Badal Saboo, with the prize for the 4 top winners going to Suwon City, Korea to compete in the Asia New Mod ... Read »


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    • Face powder

    • Face powder is a cosmetic powder applied to the face to set a foundation after application. It can also be reapplied throughout the day to minimize shininess caused by oily skin. There is translucent sheer powder, and there is pigmented powder. Certain types of pigmented facial powders are meant be worn alone with no b ... Read »


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    • Fake moustache

    • "Fake Mustache" is also the name of a book by Tom Angleberger. A fake moustache or false moustache is an item of prosthetic make-up used in dressing-up, acting, espionage and crime. Fake moustaches are made in different ways, but usually require the wearer to use adhesive to affix the moustache to his face. Some have ... Read »


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    • Falsies

    • In fashion, falsies are paddings for use in a brassiere to create the appearance of larger breasts. The term has also, more rarely, been used for pads which create the appearance of larger . In both cases, there is a note of (more or less) amusement conveyed by the term. In a specifically humorous context, the term ref ... Read »


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    • Farshi Pajama

    • Farshi Pajama (also Paijama) (Urdu: فرشی پائجامہ, Hindi: फारसी पजामा, Bengali:ফর্শি পায়জামা) is a woman's dress that was worn between late 17th and early 20th centuries in ... Read »


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    • Fashion and Textile Museum

    • Coordinates: 51°29′55″N 0°4′52″W / 51.49861°N 0.08111°W / 51.49861; -0.08111 The Fashion and Textile Museum is a museum based in Bermondsey, London, United Kingdom, dedicated to all aspects of fashion and textile design. Founded in 2003 by the designer Zandra Rhodes, t ... 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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    • The Fashion Fund

    • 23 minutes (in 2011) The Fashion Fund is a Hulu web series that originally aired in 2011. The show was restarted in 2014 on Ovation TV. On Ovation TV, beginning January 22, 2014, Anna Wintour will star in The Fashion Fund, a documentary about the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund competition.The Fashion Fund was a Hulu web ser ... Read »


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    • Fashion Net

    • Fashion Net

      Fashion Net is a fashion website. It was launched in Paris in January 1995 by Stig Harder, and was the first fashion site on the Internet. The website has had several mentions in the press, including The Guardian,The New York Times,Vogue, and the BBC. In 2015 it instituted the annual Fashion Net Awards. Fashion Net w ... Read »


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    • Fashion Pakistan Week

    • Pakistan Fashion Week (PFW) is a fashion event annually held in Karachi, Pakistan. The event is organised by the Fashion Pakistan Council (FPC) an organisation based in Karachi. The FPW was first launched in 2009 in Marriott Hotels, Karachi. FPW's fourth edition was held in September 2012 in Karachi. The event was ... 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 victim

    • Fashion Victim is a term claimed to have been coined by Oscar de la Renta that is used to identify a person who is unable to identify commonly recognized boundaries of style. Fashion victims are "victims" because they are vulnerable to faddishness and materialism, two of the widely recognized excesses of fashion, and ... Read »


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    • Feathered hair

    • Feathered hair was a hairstyle popular in the 1970s and the early 1980s with men and women. It was designed for straight hair. The hair was layered, with either a side or a center parting. The hair would be brushed back at the sides, giving an appearance similar to the feathers of a bird. The haircut gained phenomenal ... Read »


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    • Feed dogs

    • Feed dogs are the critical component of a "drop feed" sewing machine. A set of feed dogs typically resembles two or three short, thin metal bars, crosscut with diagonal teeth, which move back and forth in slots in a sewing machine's needle plate. Their purpose is to pull ("feed") the fabric through the machine, in disc ... Read »


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    • Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair

    • Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair is a Swedish fashion label founded in 2004 by Astrid Olsson and Lee Cotter. In January 2009 the label received the "Designer of the Year" at the Swedish Elle Style Awards. The label carries two lines, a ready to wear line as well as a couture inspired line that goes under the name "By the no". ... Read »


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    • Finger wave

    • A finger wave is a method of setting hair into waves (curls) that was popular in the 1920s and 1930s and in the late 1990s in North America and Europe. The process involves pinching the hair between the fingers and combing the hair in alternating directions to make a wave shape. A lotion was applied to the hair to help ... Read »


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    • Fluffy (footwear)

    • A fluffy, also known as a furry leg warmer or furry boot cover, is a form of footwear fashion accessory. It is a form of leg warmer normally made out of faux fur that covers the user's main footwear. It is most normally associated with the rave scene and cybergoth fashion. Fluffies originated in the rave scene in mid-t ... Read »


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    • Marnie Fogg

    • Marnie Fogg is an author and lecturer on fashion. ... Read »


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    • Graziella Fontana

    • Graziella Fontana is a Genoese Italian fashion designer who was active in the London Mod fashion scene in the 1960s and early 1970s. One of her designs, a hotpants suit in check Liberty cotton, was chosen as the Dress of the Year in 1971. Fontana worked for a number of manufacturers and design houses in France and Bri ... Read »


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    • Foot model

    • A foot model is a person who models footwear which can include accessories such as shoes, socks, jewellery and other related items. Foot modeling is mostly used in the advertisement of shoes, foot jewellery, socks, toenail polish, fungus treatments, foot supports, etc. Famous foot models include Zara Miller, Ashleigh ... Read »


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    • Freezy Freakies

    • Freezy Freakies were a winter fad in the early to mid-1980s. They were snow gloves, created by ski glove company Swany America that revealed fun colors and designs when exposed to cold temperatures. The gloves came in many designs, which catered to young kids. One design was of a fighter plane, and another was a pink c ... Read »


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    • French twist (hairstyle)

    • A French twist is a common "updo" hair styling technique. It is created by gathering the hair in one hand and twisting the hair upwards until it turns in on itself against the head. It is then secured with barrettes, combs, hair sticks and/or hairpins. It was popular in the late 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s. French tw ... Read »


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    • French wire

    • French wire, also known as bullion or gimp, is a fine coil of silver or gold-filled wire used by jewellers to conceal beading wire next to crimps and clasps. Proponents maintain that French wire gives jewelry an elegant, professionally finished look while also protecting and strengthening the ends of the beadwork. Also ... Read »


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    • Freshjive

    • Freshjive is a Californian streetwear brand founded in 1989 by artist and entrepreneur Rick Klotz. The brand drew its roots from surf and skate culture and is famous for its artworks including controversial topics such as Palestine, animal studies, police brutality, domestic violence and Pentagon's black operations. I ... Read »


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    • Frosted tips

    • Frosted tips refer to a men's hairstyle in which the hair is cut short and formed into short spikes with hair gel or hair spray. The hair is bleached such that the tips of each spike will be pale blond, usually in contrast to the wearer's main hair color. Frosted tips were prominent throughout the late 1990s and early ... Read »


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    • FTL Moda

    • FTL Moda is a fashion week production company, which has staged shows for New York Fashion Week. In February 2016, they partnered with website Fashion Week Online to produce New York Fashion Week shows. FTL Moda intend to expand their productions with Fashion Week Online in September 2016. ... Read »


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    • FUCT (clothing)

    • FUCT

      FUCT is a clothing brand founded in Los Angeles in 1990 by American artist and designer Erik Brunetti and partner at the time, professional skateboarder Natas Kaupas. FUCT has been referred to as one of the pioneering brands of modern streetwear, often incorporating various elements and icons of pop culture alongside a ... Read »


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    • Fujin (headgear)

    • Fujin (Hanzi: 幅巾) is a type of guanmao (冠帽), a Chinese men’s traditional headgear made from a black fabric. It was usually worn with Shenyi in Ming Dynasty and Joseon period of Korea. ... Read »


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    • Garolini

    • Garolini was a shoe company founded by Ann "Bidi" and Albert "Al" Finkelstein in 1971. Founders Bidi and Al Finkelstein both grew up with almost nothing. In 1971 and long after marrying, the Finkelsteins created Garolini, named after their son Gary and daughter Lynn. The business had limited success until the famous d ... 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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    • Gio-Goi

      Gio-Goi /ˈɡiːoʊ ˈɡɔɪ/ is a British street wear brand created in the 1989. Jonathan O'Garr came up with the name Gio Goi and the slogan "Dedicated to those dodgin' the rain and Bullets", Gio goi was made up from Vietnamese dictionary and the original font was the work of Mat and Pat Carroll of C ... Read »


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    • Gitman Bros

    • Gitman Bros is men's shirt and necktie manufacturer. It is one of the few remaining made in America clothing companies. Based in Ashland, Pennsylvania, the original Gitman Bros was founded in 1978, with a history going back to 1932 as the Ashland Shirt & Pajama Co. Gitman Vintage was launched in 2008. Currently o ... Read »


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    • Gomusin

      Gomusin (Korean pronunciation: [komuɕʰin]) are shoes made of rubber in a form of Korean traditional shoes. The shoes are wide, with low heels. Gomusin for men were modeled after "gatsin" (갖신), and ones for women were danghye (당혜). Gomusin first appeared in the early 20th century. They were ... Read »


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    • Goyol Fashion Festival

    • Goyol (Mongolian: гоёл, decoration or adornment) is an annual fashion event held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. It started in 1988 and the last 21st event took place on 13-15 of December 2008. Foreign designers and models participate in the show since 2000. The grand prix of Goyol-2007 was won by designer of Gob ... Read »


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    • Grantchester knot

    • The Grantchester knot is a self-releasing, asymmetric way of tying a necktie. Using the notation presented in The 85 Ways to Tie a Tie, it is a Lo Ri Lo Ri Co Li, finishing with Ro Li Co T. Lo beginning Ri Lo Co, Li Ro Li Co T end. ... Read »


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    • Angelica Gray

    • Angelica Gray (born 28 June 1990 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a Scottish plus-size model, actress and spokeswoman for the promotion of a healthier and more diverse selection of women within the fashion industry. Gray's grandmother Barbara Sinclair Thomson was a model for French fashion house Dior in the 1940s and 1950s. G ... Read »


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    • Maria Grazia Chiuri

    • Maria Grazia Chiuri (Italian pronunciation: [maˈriːa ˈgrattsja ˈkjuːri]; born February 1964) is an Italian fashion designer. Chiuri was born in 1964 in Rome, Italy. From 1999 to 2016, Chiuri worked for Valentino, her then best teammate was Pierpaolo Piccioli. She has studied in IED, Istituto Eur ... Read »


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    • Great Male Renunciation

    • The Great Male Renunciation is the historical phenomenon at the end of the 18th century for menswear to stop using brilliant or refined forms, which were left to women's clothing. Coined by psychoanalyst John Flügel in 1930, it is considered a major turning point in the history of clothing in which the men relinquis ... Read »


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    • Grosby

    • Grosby Footwear is an Australian footwear company which is owned by Pacific Brands. Grosby started off as a small family owned slipper company co-owned by Moishe Grosovsky and his brother-in-law Elias Baitz in 1916 under the name of Grosovsky & Baitz. The name was later changed to Grosby Manufacturing in 1919. The part ... Read »


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    • Grotulja

    • Grotulja is a sort of necklace made out of walnuts lined on string. Grotulja is a symbol of area around Trilj town in Croatia. Traditionally it was given by a young man to a girl on a feast of Saint Michael (patron saint of Trilj) as a symbol of affection or even as symbol of marriage proposal. ... Read »


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    • GU (retailer)

    • G.U. Co., Ltd.
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      G.U. (ジーユー, jÄ«yÅ«) is a Japanese discount casual wear designer, manufacturer and retailer, with 280 stores across the country. It is fully owned by the company Fast Retailing, which is better known as the owner of the retail chain Uniqlo. The name is a pun of the word jiyÅ« (自由, fre ... 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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    • Gulle

    • Gulle

      A gulle is a type of sseugae (쓰개), Korean traditional headgear, worn by children aged one year (called dol) to five years old during the late Joseon period. It was mostly worn by young girls in the upper class for warmth and style. Gullae was usually made with silk and in summer, it was made with sa (사, ... Read »


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    • Gydja Collection

    • Gydja Collection is an Icelandic lifestyle brand headquartered in Reykjavik, founded by the fashion designer Sigrun Lilja in 2007. Sigrun Lilja, also known as Lilja, started working on building her own lifestyle brand while working in her family business. In 2007, she launched Gydja collection and currently serves as ... Read »


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    • Hackle (wig making)

    • A hackle is a metal plate with rows of pointed needles used to blend or straighten hair (or flax, for which see heckling comb). This tool is used as a preliminary step in the process of custom wig making. It is typically clamped firmly to a table before use. The pointed needles are very sharp. This is paramount, beca ... Read »


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    • Hair clay

    • Hair Clay, also known as Clay on the hair industry, is a hair product that has very similar characteristics to hair wax. Clay also makes the hair soft. It also disentangles the hair. Clay has a little to no shine, meaning a stylist can achieve a very natural and dull look. There are many hair clay products on the mark ... Read »


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    • Hair colorist

    • In fashion, a colorist is a hairstylist who specializes in coloring hair. ... Read »


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    • Hair crimping

    • Hair crimping is a method of styling usually straight, long hair so that it becomes wavy, often in a sawtooth fashion. In the American South, it is usually referred to as crimping, but also can be called krinkles or deep waves. Hair crimping is usually achieved by treating the hair with heat from a crimping iron (also ... Read »


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    • Hair dye stripping

    • Hair dye stripping is a process used to rid the hair of unwanted deposited color. Hair dye stripping is a chemical process involving the application of a sulfur-based product to hair in order to remove deposited color. Hair dye strippers raise sulfite levels to make hair more porous and reverse the oxidation of co ... Read »


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    • Hair receiver

    • A hair receiver is a small pot, with a hole in the lid, kept on the dressing table in the Victorian era to store hair removed from brushes and combs. The hair was recycled in a number of ways—notably for stuffing small bags, about 8–10 centimetres (3–4 in) across, called ratts, used to bulk out women' ... Read »


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    • Hair roller

    • A hair roller or hair curler is a small tube that is rolled into a person's hair in order to curl it, or to straighten curly hair, making a new hairstyle. The diameter of a roller varies from approximately 0.8 inches (20 mm) to 1.5 inches (38 mm). The hair is heated, and the rollers strain and break the hydrogen ... Read »


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    • Hair tattoo

    • A hair tattoo, or scalp micropigmentation, is a form of tattoo that gives the illusion of a close buzz cut hairstyle on a bald head. The procedure can also be used to conceal the scars from hair transplantation or to make thinning hair seem thicker. In contrast to other tattoos, the procedure does not penetrate as deep ... Read »


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    • Hair wax

    • Hair wax is a thick hairstyling product containing wax, used to assist with holding the hair. In contrast with hair gel, most of which contain alcohol, hair wax remains appliable and has less chance of drying out. Consequently, hair wax is currently experiencing an increase in popularity, often under names such as poma ... 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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    • Handmade jewelry

    • Handmade jewelry (or handmade jewellery) is jewelry which has been assembled and formed by hand rather than through the use of machines. According to the guidelines of the Federal Trade Commission, in the United States in order to be stamped or called "handmade" the work must be made solely by hand power or hand guidan ... Read »


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    • Hatpin

    • A hatpin is a decorative and functional pin for holding a hat to the head, usually by the hair. In Western culture, a hatpin is almost solely a female item and is often worn in a pair. They are typically around 20 cm in length, with the pinhead being the most decorated part. The hatpin was invented to hold wimples ... Read »


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    • Christina Hattler

    • Christina Hattler is an American fashion designer. Born and raised in Miami, she is based in Mexico City. She has two distinct and successful lines under the labels, Christina Hattler hand-made, a line of unique hand-sewn dresses and Christina Hattler, a line of limited edition produced pieces. She shows both lines in ... Read »


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    • Headpiece

    • A headpiece is an object worn on the head for decoration or protection. Headpiece may refer to: Alternatively, "headpiece" may be a printer's term for decorative element placed at the top of a page; the "tailpiece" was a similar element placed at the bottom of the page. ... Read »


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    • Healthtex

    • Healthtex

      Healthtex is a brand of casual clothing for young children ranging from birth to about 12 years of age currently owned by Lollytogs. It was founded in New York City in 1921 by Louis Russek as the Standard Romper Company. The name "Health-Tex" was first used in 1937 to emphasise that the clothing was made from "healthy" ... Read »


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    • Frank Heineman

    • Frank Heineman (September 12, 1912 – May 1981) was an American businessman. He was president of Men's Wear International. His political views landed him on the master list of Nixon political opponents. ... Read »


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    • Heishe

    • Heishe or heishi (pronounced "hee shee") are small disc- or tube-shaped beads made of organic shells or ground and polished stones. They come from the Kewa Pueblo people (formerly Santo Domingo Pueblo) of New Mexico, before the use of metals in jewelry by that people. The name is the word for shell bead in the Eastern ... Read »


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    • Hemline

    • The hemline is the line formed by the lower edge of a garment, such as a skirt, dress or coat, measured from the floor. The hemline is perhaps the most variable style line in fashion, changing shape and ranging in height from hip-high to floor-length. What is a fashionable style and height of hemline has varied consid ... Read »


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    • Rachel Hilbert

    • Rachel Leigh Hilbert (born March 14, 1995) is an American model. She is best known for being the official spokesmodel for Victoria's Secret younger line, PINK as well as fronting campaigns for Urban Outfitters, Delia*s, Macy's and Kohls. She has also been featured in international editions of many magazines, such as Co ... Read »


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    • Bobby Hillson

    • Bobby Hillson is a London-based fashion illustrator, former designer of children's clothing, and founder of the Saint Martin's School of Art MA Fashion course. Hillson, who had studied at Saint Martin's School of Art, started out as an illustrator for Vogue UK, The Sunday Times, and The Observer in the early 1950s. In ... Read »


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    • Hobo bag

    • The hobo bag is a style of handbag or purse that is typically large and characterized by a crescent shape, a slouchy posture and a long strap designed to wear over the shoulder. Hobo bags are made out of soft, flexible materials and tend to slump, or slouch, when set down. There are many different sizes and shapes of t ... Read »


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      A hogeon is a type of gwanmo (관모), Korean traditional headgear for young boys aged one year to five years old. It was worn along with durumagi (overcoat) or jeonbok (a long vest). Hogeon was worn on holidays such as Seollal (Korean new year), Chuseok (Mid-term festival), or celebrations for their birthdays li ... Read »


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    • House dress

    • A house dress is a type of simple dress worn informally in the mornings at home for household chores or for quick errands. The term originated in the late nineteenth century to describe at-home garments designed for maximum practicality and usually made from washable fabrics. It is directly descended from the Mother Hu ... 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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