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Critique: An impressively informed and informative work of seminal scholarship, "Knock It Off: A History of Design Piracy in the US Women's Ready-to-Wear Apparel Industry" is enhanced with illustrations, a four page roster of the 1936 FOGA members and officers, thirty-six pages of Notes, a ten page listing of Resources, and a thirty-seven page Index.
At the time, I was already thinking of entering the ready-to-wear arena.
By the end of the Civil War, Simmons had become the country's largest clothing manufacturer of ready-to-wear clothing.
The new ready-to-wear designer line is full of clean lines with an edgy-elegant feel.
Representatives from Turkey's leading textile and ready-to-wear companies met Saturday at a conference organized jointly by Zaman daily and the BahE*elievler Businessmen's Union (ByE[currency]AD) to discuss ongoing developments in the industry.
The demand for ready-to-wear apparels has boosted the business of boutiques in the twin cities.
Private-label and own-brand ready-to-wear and accessories collections for the organised distribution sector and chain stores.
Turkey's ready-to-wear industry was slightly behind pre-crisis export size, however, our textile industry had a successful year and exceeded 2008 numbers.
Givenchy's F/W 2008 women's ready-to-wear collection inspired by Gothic aesthetics
As part of Wolford's worldwide expansion and as the brand emerges as a ready-to-wear player, the company has tapped former Escada and Celine designer Ronald van der Kemp to succeed Antonio Berardi as head designer.
In this vibrant painting, Davis explores the American invention of ready-to-wear clothing, a term first employed in an 1895 Montgomery Ward catalog.
In her new role, Kaplan will focus on identifying merchandising opportunities in home categories, as well as across ready-to-wear and men's.