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- adj. Resembling a gallery, especially an art gallery
We are drowning in hipness, in the blind worship of gallerylike rooms in glass-walled buildings that are to me the biggest cliché of all.
In 1993, Sander made perhaps the biggest fashion statement of the decade: she took the old Vionnet couture house on the Avenue Montaigne in Paris and turned it into a sweeping, white-on-white gallerylike space to sell her "" pure '' clothes.
He longed for the spark and dazzle of the new Tokyo, the soaring, ugly buildings so new the lacquer had not yet dried in their towering gallerylike lobbies; he longed for the bustle of the young Japanese, so chic and beautiful in their wide-shouldered jackets, their loose blousey shirts, and their high-waisted trousers.
When the new building opens, the institute will get a physical presence, including a gallerylike area featuring exhibits on how to present culture in an increasingly digital world.
The Palo Alto, Calif., company -- led by PayPal veteran Elon Musk since 2004 -- opened a handful of gallerylike spaces in hip locations to sell its first model, the $100,000-plus Roadster that entered production in 2008.
Northside Galleries, artist Terry Ratliff and the Fort Wayne TinCaps are collaborating to turn the suite-level lounge into a gallerylike setting.