clotheshorse


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clotheshorse

(ˈklozhors)
n. someone who is obsessed with clothing and looking good in it. Her brother is the real clotheshorse.
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He was also known as a harsh taskmaster, a regalia-loving clotheshorse, a fanatic for fastidious details (he chose the living creatures that surrounded him, whether soldiers or white horses, by exact physical specifications), a literal slave driver and a chilly commander,.
But she's no talentless clotheshorse, and gets fashion inspiration from unlikely sources.
Milan clotheshorse David Beckham is skinned by Manchester United's Ji-Sung Park
Bridgette is a clotheshorse who keeps a mental list of pros and tons about the area's malls--Stonebriar Centre in Frisco (mostly cons) versus the Shops at Willow Bend in Plano (mostly pros)--and a list of reasons why none of the jeans or tops in her closet are right for the dinner or happy hour she's planning on a given weekend.
So we have high hopes for Lembit Opik, Montgomeryshire MP and Wales' most eligible bachelor, who has "declared war" on stick-thin clotheshorse Kate Moss.
Rear Window (1954) - The meeting of clotheshorse Grace Kelly and legendary designer Edith Head was sure to produce fashion magic.
Still, its heroines are two clotheshorse sisters who work as models.
The believe the eloquent Harvard-educated lawyer has far more substance than just fashionable eye-candy or a clotheshorse.
What shocked some Americans was not that Jackie O was actually exposed in the nude but that she, a clotheshorse par excellence, usually buttoned up to the neck, was capable of trotting around in the open air with no clothes on as apparently comfortable as a Goya model without garments.
Tony Lutwyche, a bespoke tailor based in Soho, London, accused those behind Quantum of Solace as having "reduced a treasured English icon to a mere clotheshorse for American tailoring.
The late HANK STRAM, the clotheshorse of NFL coaches in the '60s and '70s: "It isn't true that I owned 400 suits.
Such a clotheshorse is he that his wife, Rebecca, kicked him out of their bedroom closet and now he stores his clothes in their home office.
Blouses didn't mean much to me those years, but I didn't have to be a clotheshorse to be aware how much better dressed were my classmates.
Basements that used to be, well, basements are now wine cellars and workout gyms, while even the ubiquitous walk-in closet has ceased to be able to serve the garment needs of your average American clotheshorse.
They are Fifth Avenue regulars like James Hill, a tall, dapper, 32-year-old clotheshorse who lives in the city and rarely shops at suburban malls.