paillette


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paillette

In decorative work, a bit of metal or colored foil used to obtain a jeweled effect.
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Many of the pages are filled with illustrations, and those images are such carefully photographed details that the reader can count the number of sequins, paillettes, and pearls adorning the garments.
Above: Chado Ralph Rucci's luxurious brown knitted Barguzin sable stole and forest green cashmere stole are worn over forest green double-knit cashmere halter sweater and paillette pants.
from molds and roll each in paillette feuilletine to cover sides.
KGB white piped bikini top with paillette tassel bottom, $47 and $39, Swim Mart; positive/negative hoop earring, $12, Swim City: vintage parasol, $85, Nifty Nic Nacs of Venice.
Cinco shared that his creation was made of tulle with Swarovski crystals, pearls and paillette.
Ainsi, dans l'exemple cite, le Littre fournit une definition pour "paillole", qui n'est certes pas celle de Mistral ("Paillole" signifie dans le Littre une "paillette d'or").
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Left: Rifat Ozbek designs sequined paillette cocktail ensemble with open peek-a-boo shoulder sleeve.