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“In New York City, the garment industry has long been known as the "schmatta" trade.”
“Gilt Groupe and its barrage of daily Internet flash sales has so rapidly changed the way consumers approach shopping and become such a part of our daily routine that it seems inconceivable that a New Yorker — especially one who traffics on the sidelines of the schmatta business — wouldn't be aware of it.”
“I could have worn a schmatta," said the jeweler Hilary Tisch, there with her pal Nicole Richie.”
“Schmatta is the Yiddish word for rags in somewhat of a sad shape, as in, "wouldn't be caught dead in that schmatta.”
“While I had assumed that this was to protect her against rare European metalhead-borne illnesses, I now realize that it could have been she who was the carrier, and that the inferior quality of her off-brand silk schmatta had allowed her to pass it on to me.”
“It's an easy fit - great goes with great, but if clothes could talk, their arrival was the biggest "guess who's coming to dinner" moment in Los Angeles schmatta history.”
“It\'s an easy fit - great goes with great, but if clothes could talk, their arrival was the biggest \ "guess who\'s coming to dinner\" moment in Los Angeles schmatta history.”
“I can almost ... why, yes, I can almost see her wearing a schmatta in the desert, carrying pails of water to her quaint and dusty village!”
“NIGHTWEAR: schmatta -- knee-length loose linen shift, undyed and undecorated except for special occasions”
“She even chided Mary of Nazareth for wearing a "blue schmatta" instead of the Chanel suit, Jimmy Choos and Fendi bag that her job demands.”
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By the Coen brothers, 1990.
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