Rounding up some of the predominant materials found on the runway for fall '14, AnOther magazine has provided us with an easy-to-remember guide to speaking about clothing in a more advanced way. Using major designers as references, it gives us the scoop on the real meaning behind those fabrics we already know (even if we don't know what to call them). For instance, those chevron-patterned sweaters at Prada were originally a design used on military officers' uniforms to signify their rank. Chanel's signature texture — that's bouclé. And, crêpe Georgette? Well, that has nothing to do with pancakes. (AnOther)
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