broadtail broadtail


  1. (n) the fur of a very young karakul lamb
  2. (n) hardy coarse-haired sheep of central Asia; lambs are valued for their soft curly black fur



  1. The black broadtail stripes are individually cut and hand-sewn into the white lamb, all for $2,700.
  2. Back out in the store, two teenage girls are carefully sizing up a pair of jeans with broadtail patch pockets.
  3. Gone: Actress-Wife Kitty Carlisle's $5,000 sable, her $2,000 mink cape, an armful of fox, broadtail and beaver.


  • Dennis Basso Talks Fashion Week 2014, New NYC Flagship

    Dennis Basso's F/W 2014 collection, a striking lineup influenced by great contemporary American artists, seemed to shove minimalism out the door. Hand painted duchess satin, metallic tweeds, sequins and chiffon provided the backdrop for Basso's exquisite furs. Sable, chinchilla, broadtail and fox were often dyed in vivid colors to match extensively-embroidered gowns. A bordeaux tulle gown with a ...
    on February 21, 2014     Source: Forbes

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