corsetry


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corsetry

(ˈkɔːsɪtrɪ)
n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) the making of or dealing in corsets
2. (Clothing & Fashion) corsets considered collectively
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corsetry

nMiederwarenherstellung f; (= corsets)Miederwaren pl
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Saying goodbye to corsetry and structure, women of the Twenties turned to less exaggerated silhouettes with shorter dresses that skimmed the hips and flattened the chest.
Saying goodbye to corsetry and structure, women of the era turned to less exaggerated silhouettes with shorter dresses that skimmed the hips and flattened the chest.
The corsetry in the collections is based on original Victorian patterns and techniques to sculpt the classic hour-glass figure.
DISCOVER the art of corsetry with a course from July 20 to 24 at the Royal Welsh College Music and Drama.
White Rose Gallery - Corsetry, Oils & Mixed Media: Helen J Aveyard, Stella Hill, Andrew Jenkin, Paul Stone.
Other designs were created by those studying millinery, corsetry, and theatre costume design, at the college's Henleyin-Arden Centre, near Stratford.
The most vigorous supporter of corsetry became the well-organized and well-funded Corset Manufacturers Association, founded in 1907.
Lycra was invented in 1959 by Joe Shivers as a replacement for rubber in corsetry.
This Market Report examines the UK lingerie market, which is made up of corsetry, lingerie and hosiery.
The run of show includes: Alexandria Cheri by Kimberly Oneal-Boykin; IVY's Custom Corsetry by Robin Richardson; Everything Alpaca; Bridget Sullivan Designs; and Chrysalis Fashions by Mira Bedi.
Nothing in the race has better breedingt hantheNiarchos Family's Corsetry, a t hrice-raced daughter of Distorted Humour who counts Oaks winnerLightShiftandanotherGroup1 winnerShivaamongherhalf-siblings.
The catalogue chain has announced that it is stocking German-designed range 21st Century Corsetry through its website and home shopping channel, Argos TV.