daks


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daks

(dæks) or

dacks

pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) Austral an informal name for trousers
[from a brand name]
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Daks, a Thai native, has stayed true to the spirit of the original, using such ingredients as dried shrimp, preserved radish and palm sugar.
Daks will continue to work with NDCP's roaster suppliers to deliver the highest quality product, on time and at the lowest sustainable costs.
The final night is presentation night in Daks, a time for everyone to relax with their instructors, receive their ski certificates and celebrate making it through the week with only a few bruises.
HE LOOK: From the Art Deco ackdrop to the jazzy soundtrack, was clear exactly where we were eading for summer with British eritage brand Daks. Sure enough, the ollection quickly ticked off most of e major signposts to Twenties and hirties fashion: drop-waist dresses th pleated skirts; capacious marbled a nifty deco print and sweet or shoes.
|Not even the Queen can escape the rain but she can stay stylishly dry under this check umbrella, PS95 by Royal Warrant holders Daks (www.daks.com) | Clutch of power...
Among other highlights over the course of the five-day programme are displays of The Musical Ride of The Household Cavalry, The Musical Drive of The Kings Troop RHA, The DAKS Pony Club Mounted Games and The Shetland Pony Grand National.
Since the arrival of Harvey Nichols in 2002, the city has been given the chance to play with designers: Mulberry, Louis Vuitton, Daks, LK Bennett and Karen Millen are all present.
Angus, 39, is employed by top labels including Matthew Williamson, Nicole Farhi and Daks Simpson to make their collections headline news on the world stage.
"Kids do all that - dropping their daks - but because it's India, it's considered trouble...
Packed into the first issue with article on the EH-101 helicopter, then expected to "soon" replace the Sea King, and a painting by Katherine Taylor of 1916 Battle of Sanctuary Wood, were a travel piece on Kenya and a two-page fashion feature (!) extolling the virtues of a DAKS blazer to trick out one's civilian wardrobe.
The 13 and 14-year-olds will make up the Welsh team for the 2005 Daks International Mounted Games Championship, a title that Wales won in 2003.
But if your taste is for exclusive brands and exquisite materials you will not fail to be impressed by suits from the likes of Balmain at pounds 165, Daniel Hechter at pounds 135 or Daks at just pounds 199.