Low-waisted trousers enough to show your bottom. They were launched in the 1990s by Alexander McQueen. Loose and sporty cut trousers, loose and comfortable, with large side patch pockets and drawstring at the waist.
Low-waist trousers, which rest tightly to the hips leaving the navel uncovered. Already fashionable in the 1960s, albeit more modestly than now. Very short shorts that barely cover the bottom. Breeches stopped under the knee with a button or a buckle, of the type that the Dutch immigrants used in America and that they founded New Amsterdam that became then New York.
These are the classic American sailor trousers. Low waist, tight to the knee, from there they open into a more or less wide flare, which mimics the elephant’s foot. Line of short and wide trousers, tightened below the knee with laces or hooks. Also 20’s jacket line.
The Premiere is a sartorial role for haute couture garments and Floating Fishing Sunglasses between the designer’s sketch and the fixed canvas model, which is tested at the atelier model. Every good tailor has at least five depending on the clothes to be created.
Fabric, especially of silk, mottled, variegated, streaked with shaded patterns and imprecise contours, obtained by printing the motif on the warp threads before weaving. Fabric obtained with shiny patterns on opaque background, with geometric or floral motifs. The damask is always in solid color, while the damask fabrics are worked like the damask, but with yarns of different colors.
Technique of working on velvet, also practicable on lace and fabric with the desired ornamental motifs that is realized using a chemical product that attacks the surface leaving the desired design. It is used to indicate a fabric with very small subjects, so that it almost looks like a solid color. Fabric with irregular enlargements that are usually considered as technical defects.
Fine wire decoration in gold or silver, twisted and braided. Combed wool or flannel fabric, designed with thin light vertical lines that seem to be drawn with chalk. Hand-woven tapestry fabric or textured fabric similar to tapestries that reproduces paintings, painted with floral subjects, through different textures and Floating Fishing Sunglasses that give life to multiple effects and colors.
Any printed fabric, even if the most famous ones are those of silk or chiffon. Fabrics printed with abstract motifs. Fabrics with pearly reflections. Wool, cotton or other fibers with damask effect. Fabrics made with the introduction of metallic threads, now flat synthetic laminates, very bright and very resistant. Silk fabric originating from China, with large colored designs on dark backgrounds used for upholstery and furnishings, but also for ecclesiastical vestments.