organdy : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a sheer stiff muslin

  • For young girls' party dresses printed batiste, organdy, and lawn are youthful and appropriate fabrics.
  • The embroidered Swiss organdy gown and matching hat she wore to her 1961 nuptials were the culmination of years of practice.
  • All crumpled organdy and helplessness yet clearly indestructible, she is drugged, chloroformed, kidnaped, nearly impaled on a hatpin, and at one point must be pulled out of the .
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  • Zoom on Resort: Acne, Prabal Gurung, and More
    Acne's resort 2014 collection mixed night and day elements in an odd way that worked. There were electric-blue suede flatforms with plenty of utilitarian straps paired with fluid satin gowns knotted haphazardly at the knee; silk gazar bustiers worn over a cotton-organdy parka and matching trousers. The most striking part ... More »
    June 10, 2013 - New York Magazine

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