Similar words: hauteur, future, in future, in the future, for the future, architecture, autumn, market economy. Meaning: n. trend-setting fashions.
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1) Haute couture, fortunately, is simply called couture.
2) Bazaar, which keeps track of spending trends in haute couture and dry goods, notes that luxury is back.
3) I wondered what this splashy display of interracial haute couture meant to her.
4) Of course, Super Show is not about haute couture,[http://sentencedict.com/haute couture.html] but about haute profits.
5) Around 25 designers will show their haute couture collections during the most expensive week of the international fashion.
6) His urban types often sport European haute couture, a masking of the modern Beijing body, analogous to the fashioning of its modern face (Mask Series No. 2, 1997).
7) The menswear haute couture collection "Silent Rock'N Roll", features impossible concept through out the whole collection which is inspired by the chic style of Rock'n Roll star.
8) The Spanish-born Cristobal Balenciaga had closed the haute couture house in 1968; it had never produced clothing for retailers.
9) Beyond haute couture, Liu Wen and her counterparts have been breaking ethnic barriers for ready-to-wear labels and cosmetics.
10) Haute couture, what remains of it, is a little like a fragile ecosystem under siege by modern tastes and habits, and by couturiers who are stuck in the past.
11) The sculptural "haute couture" pieces enchant and enthrall with its ingenious construction and tactile allure of porcelain.
12) I combine the fantasy of haute couture with the vapidity of clothing , just like create a brand new salad for the international fashion world.
13) She's more of Haute Couture which is a great thing, right ?
14) Wine is in danger of suffering the same fate as haute couture: facing a fast-shrinking number of consumers.
15) Throughout the 1950 s Christian Dior was the biggest and best - run haute couture house in Paris.
16) These are Viktor and Rolf Surrealist Gowns[Sentencedict.com], that's what I call haute couture craziness.
17) In the closeted world of satin and sequins that is Parisian haute couture, there is uncertainty about the future.
18) She has so much money, she only ever wears haute couture designer clothing.
19) Starting with hand sewing - the basis for every haute couture garment - expert Claire Shaeffer guides the reader through the steps to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.
20) We would like to receive additional information about your haute couture Autumn Collection.
21) Then along comes Russian soprano Anna Netrebko—knockout good looks, bewitching charm and a mesmerizing hold on the media, which tirelessly chronicle her penchant for partying and haute couture.
22) The before picture showed her in all her Hollywood glamour, with perfect makeup, stylish hair, haute couture dress and shoes, and being fussed over by three assistants.
23) Haute couture collections are created with unlimited budgets, but today no more than 500 women in the world buy clothes in haute couture houses.
24) Chanel was the French dress designer who ruled over Parisian haute couture for nearly 60 years.
25) A model presents a creation by French designer Jean-Paul Gaultier as part of his Spring-Summer 2007 Haute Couture fashion collection in Paris, January 24, 2007.
26) His name was known all over the world and his label accounted for half of 's haute couture exports.
27) The designer was expelled from the Chambre Syndicale -- the monitoring body of Haute Couture in Paris -- for launching a ready-to-wear collection in 1959, but was soon reinstated.
28) As London recovers from the glamour and glitz of its 25th annual Fashion Week, the haute couture caravan moves on from Milan to Paris.
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