crystal pleat

crystal pleat

n.
One of a series of very narrow pleats creased in the same direction.

crys′tal pleat′


n.
any of a line of narrow, corrugated pleats pressed into a fabric.
[1975–80]
crys′tal pleat′ed, adj.
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The outfit, once known as the 'crystal pleat social dress', has now been named the 'Sasha'.
Among Springs Window Fashions introductions are the Graber In the Groove drapery hardware system, which creates textile treatments and panels using specially designed wood poles, and Crystal Pleat cellular shades.
The company will also offer 330 new colors and styles in its Crystal Pleat cellular blind program.
Each attendant wore an ensemble of black silk taffeta featuring a sleeveless top with a crossover crystal pleated V-neckline worn over a floor-length gown.
From the shirred wrapped bodice, encircled with a belt of champagne satin and caught to the side front with an organza flower, fell the hand-tufted skirt and chapel-length train ending in a border of crystal pleated satin.
From the strapless bodice fell the tiered skirt of beaded English net with a double row of crystal pleated organza encircling the hemline and chapel-length train.
"In shades, we're looking for better box pleats, some nicer variable pleats and new crystal pleats. We're not abandoning our existing customer base, because this can be high end for our customers."