May 02, 2012

Satin

satin |ˈsatn|nouna smooth, glossy fabric, typically of silk, produced by a weave in which the threads of the warp are caught and looped by the weft only at certain intervals [as adj. a blue satin dress.• [as adj. denoting or having a surface or finish resembling this fabric, produced on metal or other material an aluminum alloy with a black satin finish.adjectivesmooth like satin a luxurious satin look.DERIVATIVESsatinadjectiveORIGIN late Middle English : via Old French from Arabic zaytūnī ‘of Tsinkiang,’ a town in China.Carolina Herrera satin fuchsia gown.
Donna Karan navy satin mermaid and strapless metallic gowns.

Douglas Hannant mini yellow and asymmetrical russet satins.

Issa London satin.
Luisa Beccaria satin dress.
Monique Lhuillier emerald one shoulder satin mermaid dress.
Nina Ricci satins.


Oscar de la Renta Prussian blue satin gown.
Peter Som strapless satin dress.
Reem Acra satin gowns.




Credits: vogue.it