April 01, 2012

Dentelle

dentelle |denˈtel|noun ( pl. or pronunc. same)ornamental tooling used in bookbinding, resembling lace edging.ORIGIN mid 19th cent.: from French, ‘lace,’from dent ‘tooth’ + the diminutive suffix -elle.Valentino's lace dresses:

 
 Elie Saab's lace fabric gowns:

 Lace dresses by Erdem:




 Issa London's:



 Lace fabric dress by Oscar de la Renta, Louisa Beccaria, and Temperley London:



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