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S/G is the short version for "shower gel", a substance used to clean the body while showering insted of the usual soap. It is similar to liquid soap. (see Shower Gel)

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Sachet refers to a small soft bag or packet containing perfumed powder, placed in drawers, trunks or closets used to scent clothing.

Origin: 19th Century; from Old French, a littl

Safari Jacket refers to a structured, belted Jacket with numerous front patch pockets and topstitching.

Deutsch: Safari-Tasche / Español: Bolsillo de Safari / Português: Bolso de Safari / Français: Pochette Safari / Italiano: Taschino Safari /

Safari Pocket refers to a patch type pocket with inverted or Box Pleat to allow for expansion. Safari Pocket are often used on jackets, shirts, and safari style garments.

Saggin is a ghetto term referring to the wearing of the pants low and most of the time with no belt. This style of dress has originated in the prison system because they confiscated b

Sample is a modeling term referring to a piece of Clothing from a Line that is specificly created for a shoot or a fashion show. Many samples are one of a kind pieces that are produ

Sandra Backlund refers to a Swedish designer and Sweden's knitting artist extraordinaire. Sandra Backlund first discovered her calling in fashion as a student at Umea University in northern Sweden. After studying more theoretical subjects such as art history, she enrolled in a textile class.

Deutsch: Sarong / Español: Sarong / Português: Sarongue / Français: Sarong / Italiano: Sarong

A sarong is a large piece of fabric traditionally worn around the waist in various cultures, particularly in Southeast Asia. In the fashion context, a sarong is a versatile garment that can be styled and draped in numerous ways, serving as a skirt, dress, shawl, or accessory, making it a popular item in both casual and beachwear.