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Discussion in 'Nevermore' started by Carabeu, Jan 5, 2004.
What does "couture" mean? I've seen it starting to come about as term regarding fashion in some sense, but that's all I can gather.
You got it pretty much.
If memory serves, the word "couture" comes from "couper", the act of cutting.
Incorrect. It's french for sewing. An example being the term haute couture which is essentially custom clothing made from expensive, high quality fabric with an extreme attention to detail on the sewing techniques. :Smokedev:
!!! You go boy!
Memory does not serve
Thanks for the correct info
Yep, basically just refers to high fashion, and is also often used to describe custom or handmade clothing, which I why I used the word. Sales at Tidal Wave went really well. I am quite pleased. :Spin:
Someday, when a future ladyfriend is trying to convince me to spend a thousand dollars on a handbag because it is a real Isabel Poling, I'm going to look back on this and chuckle.
ok....here I am about to quote Kevin's post to reply, and I see your answer and I was like... whoa! CORRECT!
I'm impressed Yetti
thread is useless without dead winter's thoughts on all things couture.
Ooohh, Deep burn!
I always thought I was the style guru of this board!
Fuck yea, Isabel!!!!
Jake has new teeth!! And a snake.!?|
BTW soundman Jake, no-one recognizes him now haha.
He said to say hi.
That totally looks like Brooks after a decade or two of meth.