• (noun): An article of clothing.
    Example: "Garments of the finest silk"
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Some articles on garment, garments:

Thong (clothing)
... The thong is a garment generally worn as either underwear or as a swimsuit in many industrialized societies around the world ... The back of the garment typically consists of a thin waistband and a thin strip of material, designed to be worn between the buttocks, that connects the middle of the waistband with ... It is also used as a descriptive term in other types of garment, such as a bodysuit, bodystocking, leotard or onepiece swimsuit in the context, "thong ...
Save The Garment Center
... Save the Garment Center is a campaign spearheaded by designers Nanette Lepore and Anna Sui as well as many local designers, organizations and fashion manufacturers to preserve New York City's ... on a campaign to save what is left of the once-vibrant garment center ...
... two or more rows of gathers used to decorate parts of garments, usually the sleeves, bodice or yoke ... Shirring is a method of shaping a garment and is done so by controlling fullness ... pretty and feminine alternative to darts in small areas of a garment ...
Bangladeshi RMG Sector - Women in The Garment Industry
... Garment sector is the largest employer of women in Bangladesh ... The garment sector has provided employment opportunities to women from the rural areas that previously did not have any opportunity to be part of the formal workforce ... Zones (EPZ), the working environment is better than that of the majority of garment factories that operate outside the EPZs ...
Clothing In Ancient Greece - History and Types
... The peplos was a garment worn by women ... It was usually a heavier woollen garment, more distinctively Greek, with its shoulder clasps ... The chiton was a simple tunic garment of lighter linen, worn by both genders and all ages ...

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Famous quotes containing the word garment:

    Government must be a transparent garment which tightly clings to the people’s body.
    Georg Büchner (1813–1837)

    An actor rides in a bus or railroad train; he sees a movement and applies it to a new role. A woman in agony of spirit might turn her head just so; a man in deep humiliation probably would wring his hands in such a way. From straws like these, drawn from completely different sources, the fabric of a character may be built. The whole garment in which the actor hides himself is made of small externals of observation fitted to his conception of a role.
    Eleanor Robson Belmont (1878–1979)

    Fashion is the most intense expression of the phenomenon of neomania, which has grown ever since the birth of capitalism. Neomania assumes that purchasing the new is the same as acquiring value.... If the purchase of a new garment coincides with the wearing out of an old one, then obviously there is no fashion. If a garment is worn beyond the moment of its natural replacement, there is pauperization. Fashion flourishes on surplus, when someone buys more than he or she needs.
    Stephen Bayley (b. 1951)