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


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?


  • 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  • Central American hat originally made in Ecuador Panama hat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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