hipline hipline


  1. (n) the line formed by measuring the hip at its greatest part
  2. (n) the line formed by the lower edge of hip-length garment


  1. Where is the lithe waistline, the close-fitting hipline? The shorter hemline? These are not being worn, although we presented them in the last collections!".
  2. More informally, he has admitted that the New Look was based on a glimpse "of the heaving hipline of a female Paris fishmonger.
  3. Givenchy's basic sweater dresses hug the body to the hipline, then end in a shirred skirt; many have turtlenecks, which he finds "much more today" than decollets.


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