Definition of armhole
: an opening for the arm in a garment
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Nike, which is replacing Adidas, says its uniforms are the NBA’s lightest ever and absorb sweat faster, with changes to the neck, back shoulder and armhole to enhance agility.
The new jerseys have significant changes over the Adidas ones: The armhole, neck and side seams were moved to eliminate distractions and the back shoulder of the uniform was also changed.
Nike, which is replacing Adidas, says its uniforms are the NBA's lightest ever and absorb sweat faster, with changes to the neck, back shoulder and armhole to enhance agility.
For one, this wasn’t a showoff tank top (only Beckham can get away with those) but one in a sober, solid color with a high-cut neck and armholes and a not-too-long length.
Helen Lasichanh, the wife of co-host Pharrell Williams, hit the carpet early in a look from one of Kawakubo’s most recent collections which experimented with silhouettes and bound the body without armholes.
At 33, the youngest of the lot, Trevor Noah is seldom seen out of a snug suit whose high armholes emphasize his athletic frame and whose tones of mid-gray or deep blue emphasize his youth and general readiness to box with convention.
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: an opening for the arm in a piece of clothing
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