This handy guide covers everything you'll see in most fashion magazines.
Find out about fashion terms and fashion designs from all over the world.
Each term in this comprehensive fashion glossary is accompanied by full color photo.
It's a visual list of fashion design tools, trades, textiles, and wearable art, from bygone times to the present day.
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by Judee Shipman
ECLECTIC: Composed of elements drawn from a number of different sources: Often odd or unusual, but still commercial, accessible, and appealing to mainstream consumers.
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ECRU: Fibers, yarns, or fabrics that are not dyed, so they retain their own natural color.
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EDGING: Trim work around the edges or the seams of a garment, for decorative effect and/or concealment.
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EGYPTIAN COTTON: A soft cotton fabric popular for making bedsheets, but not unseen in major fashion magazines.
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EISENHOWER JACKET: A short, military-style jacket with a waistband.
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ELASTIC: A stretchy fabric, which can be made from either natural or synthetic fibers.
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ELASTIQUE: a firm type of wool fabric typically used in uniforms and sportswear.
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ELLE: One of America's most popular Fashion Magazines.
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ELYSIAN: 1. A thick fabric with a textured diagonal surface pattern. 2. A fashion label based in Budapest.
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EMBOSSING: The technique of pressing relief designs onto fabric using engraved rollers.
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EMBROIDERY: The sewing of thread into a base fabric to create artistic designs.
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EMPIRE WAIST: A garment waistline that is raised above the natural waistline.
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ENGAGANTES: Lace sleeve cuffs with multiple rows of ruffles.
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ENSEMBLE: The completed look that includes garments, footwear, and accessories.
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ESPADRILLE: Shoes with a flexible sole made from rope or hemp.
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ESSENCE: One of America's most popular Fashion Magazines, with a target market of African American consumers.
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ETHIOPIAN SUIT: An outfit that consists of a long-sleeved, knee-length, collared chiffon shirt with matching pants, typically worn with a wraparound shawl.
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ETON JACKET: A waist-length black coat with wide lapels. Often part of a tux ensemble.
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EVENING GOWN: A stylish, elegant, floor-length dress, to be worn at upscale events.
Below, ladies model evening gowns for Vogue, one of the world's top Fashion Magazines.
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EXTENSIONS: Hanks of hair that are tied (weaved) to a person's natural hair, to make it appear longer and/or fuller.
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EYELASH FABRIC: A fabric with clipped surface yarn that resembles eyelashes.
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EYELET: A tiny cutout pattern on fabric, edged with either grommets or embroidered stitches for both reinforcement and artistic effect.
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