Recent Examples of runway from the Web
The separates themselves were also noteworthy: The exaggerated shoulders were in line with the ’80s power suiting that dominated the Fall 2018 runways, and the generous proportion gave Jenner room to go skintight with her trousers.
Presley, who graduated from Malibu High School last year, has also become a runway regular, strutting for brands like Moschino, Dolce & Gabbana, and Burberry.
In recent years, sneakers have been featured on high-fashion runways, most notably with French brand Céline’s Air Force 1-inspired shoes.
Bomber jackets continue to rule runways, and from designer Mike Amiri comes this varsity baseball jacket in brilliant blue satin with leather trim.
While some of the cargo was recovered from the runway, much of it was lost as much as 16 miles from the airport.
The plane lost altitude and crashed in an orchard not far from the runway, killing the pilot and the aide.
Seconds later, the plane crashed into a field beside the runway, erupting in flames and leaving 49 of the 71 people on board dead.
Khaki Capers While capes of all shades came down the runways, beige ones particularly appealed.
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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
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