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voile

a light semitransparent fabric of silk, rayon, cotton, etc., used for dresses, scarves, shirts, etc.

voile

[vȯil]
(textiles)
A lightweight sheer fabric, made of cotton, worsted, silk, rayon, or acetate, with a crisp feel and airy appearance, woven from yarns having considerably more twist than warp yarns.
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Then we have to have devices that can support them as well," Voiles says.
As is traditional, the event at Antibes was notable for the involvement of the public and the convivial atmosphere of the occasion, the regatta village being the centre of attraction in the true tradition of Les Voiles, which is to be serious and efficient at sea, and festive on land.
The aqua voile fabric allows light to pass through but filters out the warmth of the sun so the room actually feels much cooler at all times
SHADOWS: Post-impressionist master Edouard Vuillard's The Voiles de Genes' Boudoir, on show at the Royal Academy
There are a whole host of special opening deals available including plain voile at just one pound a metre.
Look out for exotic, eastern influences with beading trims and delicate embroidery on sheer voiles, silks and velvet.
If it's voile, it's got to be plain and white, right?
Beige swirl organie voile panel, from pounds 10 per panel, Grattan (0800 444545).
Custom made fabrics include long, floaty, cotton/linen cut voiles which can be layered with heavier chenille and jacquard weaves or colour block prints.
Ranging in price from $20-$39 SRP, the line features detailed embellishments, enzyme washed denims, embellished tees, crinkle voiles and foil printing; while key pieces include: capris, bermudas, tunics, double layered tops, shrunken blazers, sweater knits, shrugs, skinny legged bottoms and jeans.
Expanding into Alaska gives us two things," says Demian Voiles, vice president for sales and operations for the Alaska region.