Recent Examples of runway from the Web
The Fall 2018 runway show Mr. Wang staged last month referenced the movement more directly, with a female-as-CEO theme.
This week during New York Fashion Week, Nars debuted the new balm on the runway at Phillip Lim.
Three objects tumbled from a plane leaving Ecuador for New York on Monday, falling nearly 1,000 feet just after takeoff and landing with a thud on the runway.
Huge runway show, local vendors, prizes and give-aways.
In 2007, 1,000 JetBlue passengers were stranded on New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport tarmac for nearly 11 hours, and a year later when a Delta flight in West Palm Beach stayed on the runway for 10 hours.
Heads weren't the only strange props to be featured in the show: Models also held baby dragons, snakes and chameleons on the runway.
Also notably celebrating all sizes on the runway was Chromat, who cast 9 plus-size models.
Hartsfield-Jackson, the world’s busiest airport, got more than 1.5 inches of snow, and some of the airport’s runways were closed early Wednesday morning, according to Delta Air Lines.
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First Known Use of runway
RUNWAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of runway for English Language Learners
: a long strip of ground where airplanes take off and land
: a raised structure along which models walk in a fashion show
RUNWAY Defined for Kids
Definition of runway for Students
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