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organza

a thin stiff fabric of silk, cotton, nylon, rayon, etc.

organza

[ȯr′gan·zə]
(textiles)
An organdy fabric woven from silk yarns.
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A: I love organza because I can elaborate and transform it however I want.
Bags consisted of organza fabric (30 x 40 cm), TNT (30 x 40 cm), microperforated plastic (40 x 40 cm) or paper (30 x 40 cm).
Previous spread: Belted dress embroidered with silk chiffon origami, with superposed organza handkerchiefs on sleeves.
bouquets based on lilium, gerbera, roses large and maules, wrapped in rice paper, tied with raffia mesh and organza ribbon for day use october 30.
The highlight was saved until last - a Grace Kelly-inspired silk full skirt in berry red and black organza.
To complement the whimsical theme, models took to the catwalk in large, matching cloud-like hats sculpted from folds of organza.
Another organza style slingback, the 'Roccoco' shoe features a stunning gold couture rose, hand made in Paris from the finest quality Parisian silk and hand-painted in gold leaf.
From enormous tassels to tie your curtains to sheer organza curtain fabrics, there's everything here to give your pad a royal chic look.
Como barreras fisicas, se utilizaron bolsas de plastico transparente con ocho aberturas de 1 cm de largo, aproximadamente, para evitar la acumulacion de humedad y bolsas de tela de organza de 372 perforaciones por pulgada (2).
Zang Toi silk satin mini slipdress with silk organza full-length ruffled duster with train, in melon, $18,000, Saks Fifth Avenue.
She took sketches and studied historic depictions of plankton to create a three-dimensional embroidery using materials including plastic, glass and organza.
But the outstanding gown, and one unlike the others, was ``The Closer'' star Kyra Sedgwick's flowing organza gray strapless gown with a big rose formed from fabric right at the waistline.