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Attending the debut of Louis Vuitton's 'Volez, Voguez, Voyagez' exhibition in New York, Vikander wore a structured floral brocade jacket and black trousers from the brand's Spring 2018 collection.
John Galliano trimmed a trench in square mirrors and slashed another into a strapless dress at Maison Margiela; Balenciaga’s trench was spliced with a denim jacket; and at Alexander McQueen, Sarah Burton whipped one up in rosy brocade.
Lined up in front of the priest on a table are dozens of containers covered in brocade that hold the cremated ashes of the deceased.
At the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, one personal item of clothing highlights his unique style: a four-pocket, burgundy velvet vest adorned with gold-brocade.
The emperor still sports a comically long white beard; Ping, Pang, and Pong still prance around the stage in brocade robes and fix their elaborate makeup in lacquered dressing chests.
The shorts may have added a little fun, but the metallic brocade was what popped in all those step and repeat pictures.
In bridal wear, quality is of the essence, be it in the form of a rich brocade, a decadent velvet, a fine silk or in this case, a gossamer, glitter-flecked tulle.
The Brant boys, ever-rich in brocade suiting, looking through lace.
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