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at or to the ready (of a rifle) in the position normally adopted immediately prior to aiming and firing

ready

[′red·ē]
(ordnance)
Of a weapon, aimed, loaded, and prepared to fire.
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It is an international platform for fashion accessory designers to present their products in categories that include jewelry, footwear, bags, leather goods and ready-to-wear items.
The collection includes ready-to-wear separates, with fabrics in a colour palette that reflect desert landscapes: greens, browns, and reds mixed with golden embroidery and oranges, yellows and blues.
The collection features ready-to-wear pieces which include a relaxed sweatshirt with an embroidered logo
Retailing company Macy's Inc (NYSE: M) announced on Wednesday that Frank Doroff, Bloomingdale's vice chairman and general merchandise manager for ready-to-wear, bloomingdales.com and concessions, has made the decision to retire, effective 8 February 2019.
The psychedelic two-piece outfit hails from the label's ready-to-wear resort 2019 collection and features a matching set of wide-legged pants and a wrap-around top.
Motivation: Relaunch Ready-to-Wear B rand Sector: Men's Apparel
The fashion prize will award three different designers across the categories of ready-to-wear, accessories and fine jewellery.
Hood by Air has pulled out of its set show time for the forthcoming Paris Fashion Week women's ready-to-wear collections.
Teurnell joined Marimekko in 2014 to reinforce the international competitiveness of the company's design management, with special focus on building the ready-to-wear line as the lifestyle brand's spearhead.
The ready-to-wear apparel industry thrives on creating a presumably original design that is then interpreted into copies.
Earlier this month, Saedi and Kalinina finally launched their heavily anticipated ready-to-wear collection, which is set to reach out to every woman and become a fixed part of many wardrobes.