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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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Now, the bulk of its business is in ready-to-wear although classics-like the William, a double-buckled monk shoe designed by Lobb's son in 1945, and the Lopez loafer named after a bespoke client in 1950- continue to sell.
Previous winners have included Hussain Bazaza (2015, ready-to-wear, Lebanon), Hind Matar (2015, ready-to-wear, Bahrain) and Reemami (2016, ready-to-wear, UAE).
New York is cooler to show ready-to-wear in," Oliver had (http://www.
Called design piracy by some and the knock-off process by most in the industry, copying fashion designs is a firmly embedded business strategy that predates even the advent of women's ready-to-wear in the late nineteenth century.
Furthermore, she is specialised in ready-to-wear and knitwear.
Springfield is a brand of ready-to-wear men / women dedicated to young and urban, with the principle "the essential at an unbeatable price.
Lhuillier is one of the world's icons in the fashion world, famous for her bridal, ready-to-wear and accessories.
The new space dedicated to the mens ready-to-wear and footwear collections features green fabric-clad walls with fine cut-in polished steel cases.
Today we are launching our couture collection and the fall/winter 2015/16 ready-to-wear collection.
VETEMENTS' first women's ready-to-wear collection was presented at Paris Fashion Week in 2014.
Since then, the idea has grown even further and 'the Chelsea Collection' has become the inspiration behind next year's spring/ summer 2016 global ready-to-wear collection.
Not only is it an exquisite creation but, despite being from McQueen's 2008 ready-to-wear collection, it looks like it was handmade for Salma.