American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a yarn made of plastic-coated aluminum filaments.
“A Lurex sweater over a dress says: "I'm going out but not all out.”
“In New York, the looks ranged from a sparkly Lurex hoodie at Marc Jacobs , to asymmetrical hoods attached to sport coats at Rag & Bone, to a leather hoodie at upscale menswear designer Simon Spurr .”
“Here, a Lurex hoodie from Marc Jacobs's runway show in New York.”
“Diana Vreeland decorated her 1955 apartment to look like "a garden in hell"; in 2011 Katrantzou morphed images of Vreeland's apartment into a collection of Lurex knits – clothes that appear even wilder when you see them against today's Céline-led landscape of clean lines, camel, "good taste".”
“A number of labels showed flashy pieces that looked like eveningwear, in shiny Lurex, sequins, metallic paillettes and crushed velvet, but paired them — sometimes incongruously — with down-to-earth daywear.”
“The haute designer will launch a collection for Target April 25 that will include a stretchy gold Lurex halter dress for $49.99 or about 1/40th of his typical runway-line prices.”
“A note of caution: If you want a padded, white and Lurex onesy with a fox-fur collar, you should go elsewhere.”
“Choose ONE shiny garment, perhaps a sweater with a little Lurex thread in the knit, and add ONE shiny accessory.”
“While others offered Lurex waistcoats and aloha-print bra tops (in sizes that only models can manage), Allard once again offered the classic and practical.”
“Lurex, embroideries and a T-accessory made of glittering stones are the ingredients of this delicious-cocktail.”
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