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Deutsch: Stoff / Español: Tela / Português: Tecido / Français: Tissu / Italiano: Tessuto /

"Fabric" refers to the material or cloth used to make garments or accessories.. Fabrics can be made from a variety of materials such as cotton, silk, wool, linen, polyester, nylon, and many more.

Deutsch: Gesicht / Español: Cara / Português: Rosto / Français: Visage / Italiano: Viso

Face in the fashion context refers to the front of a person’s head from the forehead to the chin, typically used to describe a model or public figure chosen to represent a brand or campaign. This term emphasizes the importance of facial features and expressions in fashion photography, advertisements, and branding.

Fad refers to a fashion that becomes popular in a culture or subcultures relatively quickly, remains popular, often for a rather brief period, then loses popularity dramatically.

Deutsch: Messe / Español: Feria / Português: Feira / Français: Salon / Italiano: Fiera

Fair in the fashion context refers to an event where designers, brands, buyers, and fashion enthusiasts gather to showcase, sell, and discover the latest trends, collections, and innovations in the fashion industry. These events are critical platforms for networking, marketing, and launching new products.

Fanny Bag refers to a purse that hangs around your waist, like a belt. The bag of a Belt bag may or may not be detachable. It is an elongated pouch with self-adjusting slide buckle.

Fanny Pack refers to a type of bag for carrying important small items which must be carried all the time when travelling (like passport, ID's, plane ticket, other travel documents)

Farji refers to a long, gown-like coat with short sleeves,, made of wool or cotton which is worn by Muslim priests or high

Farrah Fawcett Shag Hairstyle as the name suggest, refers to the most popular and most copied hairstlye of the 1970's by Farrat Fawcett from her role on TV's Charlie's Angels. It wa