from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Knitted garments.
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- n. knitted garments
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. knitted clothing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. knitted clothing
Oeuf’s knitwear is made from azo-free dyed alpaca wool, hand knit in a fair trade relationship between the NYC based company and a group of knitters in Bolivia.
The label's third-generation leader, Daniel Günthert , said the collections now incorporate more knitwear, which is popular in the Japanese market.
Kors says that the knitwear is a "little Pocahontas."
A cell phone, maybe, to call knitwear designers with desperate questions?
The company blamed a warm September for weakness in autumn clothing such as knitwear and long-sleeved shirts, which offset strong sales of such items as "leggings pants," the beneficiary of a successful marketing campaign.
The company blamed an unusually warm September for weakness in demand for autumn clothing such as knitwear and long-sleeved shirts.
Nottingham Trent has also been flying professors to Hong Kong to teach at local universities in disciplines such as knitwear design.
Unlike knitwear, which is designed to move with the body, Stern’s wares emphasize the lack of motion involved with technological interfacing, and are instead intended to provide comfort, warmth, and privacy in public settings.
By the early 1900s the brand had introduced 'knitwear' (it is credited with inventing the word, to describe outer garments).
They have been knitting cashmere since the 1870s - even helping to coin the term "knitwear"
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