women's wear

women's wear

n.
Clothing for women.
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"Existing core competencies of Mafatlal are leveraged to produce world-class fabrics in women's wear for B2C business.
Promotion and marketing of women's wear have also played a critical role in increasing the demand in the global market.
Kenneth Ize, the Nigerian designer behind Burna Boy's iconic Coachella outfit, is set to unveil a women's wear collection.
Reyes is best known for architectural shapes on women's wear. From the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts, he's been known to add a little twist or clever detail to his garments.
Among them, women's wear is a strong performer; available in a wide range of designs and styles.
Women's Wear Daily reported that the dress was made of 6,000 crystal pearls on silk lame and that its value was undetermined.
Summary: The funky, conceptual women's wear by Lebanese designer Rayya Morcos will compete this year among finalists in the prestigious International Woolmark Prize.
The Labor Ministry's deadline of July 7 for 'all women staff' in shops dealing exclusively with women's wear and accessories including lingerie, garments, abaya, cosmetics and perfumes, has placed hundreds of owners of such shops in a piquant situation since they are unable to find a Saudi women work force.
* Women's wear fashion label Nada enlisted a ScanLife-wearing, groove-dancing flash mob to kick off its new fragrance.
The selection for women's wear, especially, is uninspiring, except for casual tees with crystals, and ballet shoes, priced affordably at Rs 560.
James Brady, the Parade magazine celebrity columnist whose wide-ranging career also included several books and a stint as publisher of Women's Wear Daily, died Jan.

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