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  • It was through inspirations of color, and these pyramid-shaped sleeves, and obviously with the styling, and the makeup, and the gold-fringed bangs.

    Ariston Anderson: Christian Siriano on Making it in Today's Tough Economy

  • When Gordon disembarked in his gold-fringed uniform, hundreds pressed forward to kiss his hands and feet.

    Three Empires on the Nile

  • Sir John had looked dashing in his new blue swallow-tailed coat, blue goldstriped trousers, gold-fringed epaulettes, ceremonial sword, and Nelson-era cocked hat.

    The Terror

  • Evan pulled me onto a side street lined with import shops with red cloth awnings and gold-fringed paper lanterns blowing in the wind.

    Goodnight Nobody

  • My Mother (1999) ended: a gold-fringed theatrical curtain lifts to reveal

    Boing Boing: November 17, 2002 - November 23, 2002 Archives

  • The world of ambassadors moved over polished floors in drawing rooms lined with mirrors, round oval tables covered with velvet and gold-fringed cloths.

    Madame Bovary

  • The wall behind the table was hung with azure velvet, and there was a gold-fringed canopy above it, and beneath the canopy sat an enormous golden throne upholstered in white velvet, with two smaller thrones beside it, all out of the Little Golden Book for Deranged Medieval Fascists.

    The Warslayer

  • Barras threw a gold-fringed velvet cover over the cage.

    Tales of Passion, Tales of Woe

  • Melanie found her favorite gold-fringed flapper's dress.

    The Other Daughter

  • If it was possible, the bedroom was more jarring to the senses than the sitting room, with the red theme carried into the carpets, embroidered bedcover, immoderate collection of ornate, gold-fringed crimson pillows, and the swirled, pink marble fireplace surround.

    Temple of the Winds


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