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“Her dresses are often bias-cut and drape forgivingly over places women are sensitive about, like the tummy and hips.”
“But by the time the designs hit the runway, her well-received trompe l'oeil and bias-cut dresses were fashion at its most innovative.”
“Not the spirited souls who dream up the whole bias-cut confection.”
“The red-and-white petal dress, with layers of bias-cut silk and strategically placed seams, gracefully skims a body's bumps and blips, while the unusual pattern and vivid color catch the eye.”
“If you are going to wear a bias-cut gown, and I have no idea if this is your intention, don't try wearing a fully boned girdle under it.”
“Cinematic representations of the “Screen Siren” presented in a gallery resembling a 1930s cinema, showcase body-cleaving, second-skin bias-cut gowns, including a dress designed by Travis Banton for Anna May Wong in the film Limehouse Blues (1934).”
“I don't like imagining my future husband trying to look manly while being crowded out of his own house by a burgeoning forest of chiffon ruching, bias-cut crepe, and those fake pashminas with pictures of peacocks in metallic thread I love so much.”
“Consider starting with a basic black backdrop — flowing or skinny pants, a mid-calf, bias-cut skirt or a black sheath.”
“One wore a bias-cut ball gown printed with skyscrapers and another donned a pink sequined cocktail dress called "Pinkberry" — no doubt a reference to the frozen-yogurt chain.”
“And exciting new women designers — Vionnet and her soigné bias-cut gowns, Schiaparelli with that exhilarating saturated shocking pink.”
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