radzimir

radzimir

[′rad·zə‚mir]
(textiles)
A firm, lustrous fabric with embedded cross-ribs, woven of silk. Also spelled rhadzimer.
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Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a fit-and-flare gown by Lazaro of ivory silk radzimir, fashioned with a crystal petal accent at one shoulder and featuring an elongated asymmetrical ruched bodice.
In this collection, I have a tuxedo-dress with a huge collar in double black radzimir, open on the back and with a very high slit at the front.
The underskirt is made of ivory silk Radzimir taffeta.
Made from generous amounts of silk, the top of Carrie's dress is based on a corset made from goldbacked ivory silk satin duchess, while the underskirt is made of ivory silk Radzimir taffeta and the veil is Champagne silk tulle.
Phantom Menace star Natalie Portman, nominated for her supporting role in Anywhere but Here, will be seen in a cocoa silk paper radzimir stretch gown, again by Klein.