clotheshorse


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clotheshorse

One who is very interest in their appearance, clothing, and fashion. Of course he wore an ascot to the barbeque—he's a real clotheshorse.

clotheshorse

(ˈklozhors)
n. someone who is obsessed with clothing and looking good in it. Her brother is the real clotheshorse.
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While there is no doubt the mother-of-two looked sensational, it is the ultimate style faux pas to wear a garment one month after a TV chef did when you are a professional clotheshorse.
Every autumn/winter clotheshorse Kate Moss parades her fabulous fuzzy coats and jackets and this year is no different.
Oh, and just for good measure and in case clip after clip of the Croydon clotheshorse was not enough, Mr Brown also managed to get Sienna Miller and Sadie Frost into a few frames and some shots of our own "actress and socialite" - as the programme referred to her - Davinia Taylor flicking through interiors magazines with James at her famous home.
Anyway, you'd think the world's oldest clotheshorse - sorry, I meant 'original supermodel' - would be a natural at life in the jungle having been such a big hit on the Blighty version of the show a few years back.
(To release it just after Sex and the City - an OK sitcom turned into male cinema hell by a long-faced clotheshorse and her three annoying mates - is a crime that should be indictable at The Hague.) I am one of the lucky ones.
Dale, the useless clotheshorse, rated his looks and ambition as 10 out of 10, but gave his generosity of spirit four out of ten.
One piece in baby blue-painted wood, for example, suggests a deckchair frame or clotheshorse but stops short of literal portrayal and remains stylistically consistent with its neighbors.
One of Powell's sharpest gags (and costumer Brenda Turpin's coolest coups) involves a dapper young man who is a total clotheshorse.
``He is a clotheshorse in the best sense of the word and has got great dress sense.
With her 30million Instagram followers and devoted fans, Gigi herself is arguably a modern-day rock star (listening to girls call Nick Grimshaw's Radio 1 Breakfast Show during a Q&A with the clotheshorse just hours earlier was a depressing insight into quite how obsessed youngsters are with the 22-year-old Californian), and the Hilfiger extravaganza had all the energy and excitement of a music concert.
Hair extensions that are now dangling from my clotheshorse in the kitchen and a face that's in shock because it's wearing make-up in the daytime.
Then, next Thursday, Kate Moss hits the big 4-0, cue a plethora of newspaper and magazine articles celebrating the highs (no pun intended) and lows of the Croydon clotheshorse's career.
Draper and her fabulous wardrobe to give the show what it needed to chronicle the changing fashions of the 60s: a clotheshorse," The Awl (http://www.theawl.com/2012/05/mad-men-megan-draper-and-vogue) wrote back in May.
London, Jan 19 ( ANI ): One pampered tot who has become a clotheshorse for the world's most famous designers is David and Victoria Becham's little baby Harper.
Two- and- a half years hence, standing statuesque at 5' 9", she looks visibly frail and punishingly thin -- making for a great clotheshorse nonetheless.