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  • noun A black silk fabric once used for mourning clothes.
  • noun A similar fabric for women's clothing made with lengthwise ribs or a broken twill weave.


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  • Céline Céline black radzimir tapered pants, £53 For dresses, go for simple, tailored numbers with or without sleeves during the day see COS, Reiss, Michael Kors, Calvin Klein and Antonio Berardi.

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  • Toledo said the coat is made of wool lace in a silk net, with a silk radzimir underneath and a layer of pashmina for warmth.

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  • They came in silver crinkle lamé, crushed techno taffeta, draped jersey, and glove leather, but the most interesting was a radzimir number in sky blue with origamilike folds. Daily Fashion Show Pictures


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