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What type of double-billed hat was made famous by the Sherlock Holmes character?

ANSWER: DEERSTALKER

What fashion designer was discovered by Christian Dior in 1957?

What fabric has up to 22 wales per inch?

What is the name of a topcoat with a velvet collar?

Fashion

  • East Indian dress Sari
  • Kimono sash Obi
  • Tuxedo sash Cummerbund
  • Dress short in the front, long in the back Mullet
  • Hernia supporter Truss
  • Rump padding Bustle
  • Tight bottom shirt Hobble shirt
  • Hawaiian shirt Aloha shirt
  • Printed African shirt Dashiqiao
  • Matador jacket Bolero
  • Suit with vertical stripes Seersucker
  • 1940’s “hepcat” suit style Zoot Suit
  • One-piece garment worn by acrobats Leotard
  • Bridal skullcap Juliet
  • Basque cap Beret
  • Central American hat originally made in Ecuador Panama hat
  • Sherlock Holmes’ double-billed hat Deerstalker
  • Inverness coat attachment Cape
  • Topcoat with a velvet collar Chesterfield
  • 19th century fashion accessory to make bottom look bigger Bustle
  • Fabric with 22 wales per inch Corduroy
  • Plaid pattern Tartan
  • Scottish material Tweed
  • Scottish tartan sock pattern Argyle
  • Worsted fabric Wool
  • Fabric made from flax Linen
  • Canvas fabricCotton
  • Wedding veil fabric Tulle
  • Flag material Bunting
  • Fine natural fiber from south Asia Cashmere
  • Angora goat fabric Mohair
  • Book cover fabric Muslin
  • Thin crinkly fabric Crepe
  • Tobacco cloth Cheese cloth
  • See-through woven fabric Gauze
  • Glazed cotton fabric Chintz
  • Small bit of metal on an outfit Sequin
  • Metallic thread material Lamé
  • Woman’s slip on shoe Pump
  • Hair style using extensions Weave
  • French female pants designer Coco Channel
  • 18th century English fashion authority Beau Brummell
  • She designed sports attire for women in the 1850’s Amelia Bloomer
  • Revolutionary War seamstress Betsy Ross
  • Fashion designer who won 8 Oscars Edith Head
  • She initiated the “waif look” Twiggy
  • London designer of the miniskirt Mary Quant
  • DFV fashion designer Diane von Firstenburg
  • DKNY fashion designer Donna Karan
  • He had Polo line Ralph Lauren
  • Iman’s fashion designer Claude Montana
  • “New Look” and “Y” Line designer Christian Dior
  • Chief designer for Christian Dior, 1957 Yves Saint Laurent
  • Designer with trademark red, white, and blue nautical flag Tommy Hilfiger
  • Russian-Italian fashion designer Oleg Cassini
  • He designed Italian Air Force uniforms Georgio Armani
  • Italian handbag and apparial designer Muiccia Prada
  • Pancake makeup maker Max Factor
  • Fashion designer slain, 1997 Gianni Versace
  • Weekly fashion magazine, first published in 1867 Harper’s Bazaar
  • Hollywood fashion street Rodeo Drive
  • London fashion street Carnaby Street
  • High fashion in France Haute couture
  • 15th century decorative virility pouch codpiece

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