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Braces

Braces are a standard item of male clothing, now worn less often than before. Their function is to keep trousers at a set height on the body. They are standard wear for formal styles of dress such as the lounge suit. There is also a fashion use a ...

                                               

Couleur

Couleur is the word which is used for the headgear and ribbons worn by members of some Central European student societies.

                                               

Fashion accessory

A fashion accessory is a decorative item that supplements ones outfit. Items such as such as jewellery, gloves, handbags, hats, belts, scarves, watches, sunglasses, pins, stockings, bow ties, leggings, ties, suspenders, and tights. Accessories ad ...

                                               

Glove

A glove is a piece of clothing that covers a hand. There are many different kinds of gloves. Gloves are made of many different fabrics and materials, and gloves are used in many ways.

                                               

Handbag

A handbag is a medium-to-large bag typically used by women to hold personal items. It is often fashionably designed. Versions of the term are purse, pocketbook, pouch, or clutch, terms which suggest rather smaller versions. Content of handbags mi ...

                                               

Handkerchief

A handkerchief, also called a handkercher or hanky, is a form of a kerchief, usually made of thin fabric that can be carried in the pocket or purse. It was invented for personal hygiene purposes such as wiping ones hands or face, or blowing ones ...

                                               

Holster

A holster is a type of clothing. It is like an extra pocket worn to hold something where it can quickly be taken out for use. Holsters have long been used to hold a firearm, especially a pistol. At the end of the 20th century many people started ...

                                               

Necktie

A necktie is an article of clothing worn by men. A tie is part of an ensemble of clothing called the "suit and tie." This outfit is worn in Western countries by men in professional jobs such as business, law, and politics. A necktie is usually ma ...

                                               

Sash

A sash is of a cloth belt used to hold a robe together, and usually tied about the waist. The Japanese equivalent of a sash, called an obi, serves to hold a kimono together. Decorative sashes may pass from the shoulder to the hip rather than arou ...

                                               

Scarf

A scarf is a piece of fabric worn on or near the head or around the neck for warmth, cleanliness, fashion for religious reasons. Neck scarves are usually knitted or crocheted, while headscarves are usually woven. Many Muslim women wear a headscar ...

                                               

Tie clip

                                               

Wallet

A wallet is a small flat container, mostly of leather or fabric, that a person uses to hold cash, credit cards, identification cards, etc. Most men usually keep their wallets in their pockets, while women usually keep them in larger bags called p ...

                                               

Wristband

A wristband is a piece of clothing, plastic, metal or other material that is worn around the wrist of a person. There are different types of wristband such as those on watches and on the ends of the sleeves of a piece of clothing. Other types are ...

                                               

Adidas

Adidas AG is a major German sports apparel manufacturer, part of the Adidas Group, consisting of Reebok sportswear company, Taylormade golf company, Maxfli golf balls, and Adidas golf and is the second largest sportswear manufacturer in the world.

                                               

Bean Pole International

Bean Pole International is the name of a South Korean clothes brand. It was started by Cheil-Mogic, one of the Samsung Company group, in 1989. The brand name "Bean Pole" signifies happiness and hope, by symbolizing a man riding a bicycle in the n ...

                                               

Billabong (clothing)

Billabong is an Australian brand of surf clothing which is popular with young people, in particular the Australian surf community, however, more recently of the skating, and other sporting communities.

                                               

Celine (brand)

Celine is a French luxury fashion house. It was founded in 1945 by Celine Vipiana. Today, it is an international brand owned by LVMH. It was sold to LVMH in July 1988 for 2.7 billion francs. Celine started as a childrens shoe business. It later b ...

                                               

Fashion Bug

                                               

Hennes & Mauritz

H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB, is a Swedish clothing company. It sells fast fashion at cheaper prices. The company was created in Vasterås, Sweden, in 1947 by Erling Persson. At first, the company only sold womens clothing. At that time, it was calle ...

                                               

Primark

Primark is an Irish clothing retailer founded by Sir Alfred Brown. The company operates in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Italy, and the United States. The companys headquarters a ...

                                               

Puma (brand)

PUMA AG is a German multinational company that designs and manufactures athletic and casual footwear, apparel and accessories, which is headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Bavaria, Germany. PUMA is the third largest sportswear manufacturer in the wo ...

                                               

Topman

Topman is the male clothing section of the Topshop franchise. The mens clothing stores are located throughout the United Kingdom. As of 2016, Topman has over 400 stores. They continue to expand throughout the USA, Europe, and Asia.

                                               

Dress

A dress is one of the basic styles of female clothing. It is a garment of a skirt with an attached bodice. The colouring and style of the dress gives the effect of a one-piece garment. A dress is also known as a frock or a gown. In Europe and the ...

                                               

Ao dài

The ao dai is the national costume of Vietnam for women. Vietnamese wear ao dai for formal occasions, at school for work. The male counterpart to the ao dai is called an ao gam. The ao dai is found in every part of Vietnam, and in overseas Vietna ...

                                               

Cheongsam

Cheongsam is typical, traditional clothing for Chinese women. Also known as Qipao. A cheongsam usually has two long slits at either side of the hem for convenient movement and display of the legs. Unlike a short skirt, the slits of cheongsam show ...

                                               

Dirndl

A dirndl is a type of dress worn by women in Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria and South Tyrol. It is made to look like the traditional clothing that peasants from the Alps used to wear. Originally the term Dirndl meant girl in Bavaria ...

                                               

Evening gown

                                               

Gown

A gown is a type of clothing usually worn by women. There are different kinds of gowns. Some are worn on formal occasions such as marriages. Some are worn in hospitals. Some are worn to sleep in.

                                               

Polonaise (clothing)

A polonaise is a type of gown that has a bodice and an attached skirt. They started in the late 18th century. Polonaises have a cutaway, drapes and an overskirt, worn over a petticoat.

                                               

Tea gown

Tea gowns are womans at-home dresses for informal events. They became popular in mid-to-late 1800s. The earliest tea gowns were European developments influenced by Asian clothing and historical approach from 18th century. Tea gowns usually have l ...

                                               

Wedding dress

A wedding dress or wedding gown is the clothing worn by a bride during a wedding ceremony. The color, style and ceremonial importance of the gown can depend on the religion and culture of the bride.

                                               

Beau Brummell

Beau Brummell, was the leader of mens fashion in Regency England. He was a friend of the Prince Regent, the future King George IV, and started the fashion for men to wear tailored clothes that were tasteful and fitted well.

                                               

Catwalk

A catwalk is a raised walkway. The term is most often used for fashion shows, where models walk along showing off the clothes. A catwalk on a ship is a passageway above decks. A similar term is runway, but it need not be off the ground.

                                               

Comme des Garçons

Comme des Garçons is a French fashion company started by Rei Kawakubo in Paris. The label started in 1969 and the company started in 1973. The company also makes jewelry and perfume.

                                               

Dandy

A dandy is a man who dresses elegantly and fashionably, but that was not necessarily of aristocratic origin. He exaggerates his manners, including the way he stands and moves, and the way he speaks. He promotes himself. This is called dandyism. T ...

                                               

Designer bag

ita bags or It bags began mostly after the Second World War. They became popular and more common in the 1990s. The idea was led by the famous fashion houses, such as Hermes, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton. Their popularity was fuelled by more women ha ...

                                               

Fashion in the 15th century

Fashion in the 15th century, in Europe was characterized by a series of extremes and extravagances, from the voluminous gowns called houppelandes with their sweeping floor-length sleeves to the revealing doublets and hose of Renaissance Italy. Ha ...

                                               

Fashion in the 1920s

Fashion was a big part of the 1920s. It was a time when people wanted something new. They wanted to look good and be unique. The fashion industry in the Western world saw growth during this time. Flappers were a big subculture in the Western worl ...

                                               

Fashion show

A fashion show is an event put on by a fashion designer. It is to show his or her new line of clothing. Often they are held during Fashion week. Fashion shows debuts every season. There are the Spring/Summer and the Fall/Winter seasons. This is w ...

                                               

Fashion week

A fashion week is a fashion industry event lasting about one week. This is where fashion designers, brands or "houses" show their latest clothing in runway shows to buyers and the media. These events let the rest of the industry know whats "in" a ...

                                               

French hood

A French hood is a type of hat or headdress. Women in Europe wore it in the 1500s. It had a stiff, crescent-shaped frame that fit over the head like a headband. The front and back sides of the frame had pearls, beads or other decoration on them. ...

                                               

Gothic fashion

Gothic fashion is very dark, exotic or complex clothing worn in goth subculture. Both female and male goths use dark eyeliner or nail polish.

                                               

Haute couture

Haute couture is a French term for high fashion. It refers to the creation of exclusive custom-fitted clothing. The term refers to: the fashions created by them. the fashion houses or fashion designers that create exclusive and often trend-settin ...

                                               

High roll

A high roll is a hairstyle that Western women wore in the late 1700s. The style took hours to make. Sometimes, a professional hairdresser would style the womans hair. That meant the woman had to be rich enough to pay a hairdresser and to spend ho ...

                                               

LOreal

The LOreal Group are the worlds largest beauty and cosmetics group. They have a registered office in Paris. Their products include skin care, sun protection and perfume. They are the main patent holder of nanotechnology within the United States. ...

                                               

Lolita fashion

Lolita fashion is a fashion subculture that started in Japan. It is based on Victorian era clothing. There are many types of lolita fashion. These include Gothic lolita, sweet lolita, and classic lolita. Lolita fashion brands include Baby, The St ...

                                               

Paisley (design)

                                               

QVC

QVC is a multinational group that represents shopping at home. The name QVC means Quality, Value and Convenience. The group are a television network that runs 24 hours a day and seven days per week. Celebrities on QVC have included Rachael Ray, S ...

                                               

Swinging London

Swinging London is a catch-all term applied to the fashion and cultural scene which flourished in London, in the 1960s. It was a phenomenon which emphasized the young, the new and the modern. It was a period of optimism and hedonism, and a cultur ...

                                               

Teddy boy

A Teddy boy was a young man who dressed in a style popular in 1950s Britain. The word Teddy comes from the clothes, which were a version of clothes from the Edwardian period, about 1910. That period is named after Edward VII. Teddy boys relate to ...

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