Type
Crossword
Description

Cab Calloway favored them banned during WW2 Zoot suit
designed by Quant 60's London scene short Miniskirt
women& men wear them wider at the bottom Navy dress Bellbottoms
labels and pant strips to match black tie formal Tuxedo
velvet, cashmere, plush, worn with unhealthy habit Smokingjacket
short in front long in back formal worn by Fred Astaire Longtailedtux
hard felt hat with rounded crown Bowlerhat
once popular with British & Indian soldiers worn around waist now formal wear now worn with Cummerbund
aka vest waistcoat
semi formal afternoon ladies attire for a drink or two cocktail dress
19th century rear padding to keep skirt from dragging bustle
they come pretied, clip on & self tie bowtie
at the beach two triangles at top & two at bottom. bikini
aka frock or gown dress
aka clam-diggers longer then short but shorter then long capripants
gives support cleavage & comes off at home bra
Inuit invented this coat with a hood parka
traditionally double breasted with ten buttons waterproof with removable insulated lining trenchcoat
worn in ballet by ladies romantic or classical Tutu
aka braces worn over shoulders to keep a man decent suspenders
hem one inch above knee men & women history with British Army tropics Bermuda Shorts
accentuate sex specific aspects of a womens's gait highheels
Italian born naturalised-French fashion designer avant-guard &space age design PierreCardin
French fashion designer, businesswomen & Nazi collaborator No 5 Coco Chanel
Italian fashion designer pioneered red carpet fashion Giorgio Armani
Cuban born American fashion designer first as millinery then fashion Adolfo
American fashion designer who gave his name to a edition of Lincoln Continental Mark series of automobile Bill Blass
clothing company Lacoste crocodile on left breast IZOD
headquartered in Freeport Maine famous boots recreation clothing LLBean

Men's Fashion Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Christian, designer DIOR
Gabbana's other half DOLCE
Italian art of dressing SPREZZATURA
Il Maestro ARMANI
What most fine leather goods are made from CALF
Alabama's Billy REID
Japanese affordable uberbrand UNIQLO
Texan turned Londoner TOMFORD
Saint Laurent's ex HEDISLIMANE
America's tony East Coast Style PREPPY
Madison Avenue's oldest men's outfitter BROOKSBROTHERS
It's the half belt on the back of a top coat MARTINGALE
London Menswears Sir Paul SMITH
Ermenegildo's brand ZEGNA
An Englishman's Derby BOWLER
Glitzy Italian sneaker designer ZANOTTI
New York's home grown surf brand SATURDAYS
Legendary Austrian designer HELMUTLANG
The inspiration for Zoolander's Mugatu? Gaultier
Shoe with a Scottish accent BROGUE
Savile Row snipper CUTTER
Bluejacketed Bill, New York street snapper CUNNINGHAM
Maker of the Submariner ROLEX
You do a "Four-in-Hand" with one TIE
Fred's appendages TAILS
The Devil wears nothing else PRADA
Bi Annual Menswear Mecca PITTIUOMO
Chanel Chapeau BERET
Footwear of choice for Run DMC SHELLTOES
New York's Thom BROWNE
British country jacket favored by royals and farmers BARBOUR
Summer shoes or $$$$ BUCKS
Brit inventor of the Trench Burberry
It should travel, according the Diana Vreeland EYE
Sixties snapper in London DAVIDBAILEY

Fashion Design Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

jackets
pink
ripped jeans
shorts
joggers
trends
scarf
casual
sandels
sparkle
patterns
leggings
fashion
dresses
addias
jordan
nike
society
adorment
modesty

Fashion History & Industry Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A fashion with a sudden burst of popularity. FAD
A characteristic or distinctive form of dress that exists independent of fashion. STYLE
Clothes to cater to a wide range of customers; ready to wear clothing. MASSMARKET
French term for “Fine Tailoring.” HauteCouture
A fashion that retains general acceptance over a very extended period of time. Classic
The movement of a fashion into and through the marketplace. Trend
A cross between couture and mass market. DesignerLabel
The currently accepted prevailing style. FASHION
One of the 4 major fashion capitals. MILAN
One of the 4 major fashion capitals. LONDON
One of the 4 major fashion capitals. PARIS
One of the 4 major fashion capitals. NEWYORK
One of the main fashion seasons. SpringSummer
designer uses less expensive fabrics and cut details on some designs to create an affordable garment Knockoffs
American fashion designer known for his All American casual look and simple and unique logo. TommyHilfiger
French fashion designer who is known for his designer luggage pattern with his initials on it. LouisVuitton
French fashion designer known for the “little black dress” CocoChanel
Italian fashion designing duo known for creating pieces that can be described as “modern romantic” and can be worn in different ways. DolceandGabbana
American fashion designer known for his jeans and sportswear CalvinKlein
American fashion designer known for his preppy and vintage looks. One of his most well-known lines is his Polo collection of menswear. RalphLauren
French fashion designer who created the “new look,” which included dresses for women that had a closely fitting bodice and long, full skirt. He is credited for giving women back joy in fashion after World War II. ChristianDior
American fashion designer who creates funky, youthful fashions that have a sense of humor. She does a cartwheel at the end of each of her fashion shows. BetseyJohnson
American fashion designer who is known for his ready-to-wear garments and accessories. MarcJacobs
London designer known for versatility and “hooligan English fashion” Alexander Mcqueen
American designer known for elegant wear with drama Angel Sanchez
London designer know for shoes Jimmy Choo
American designer known for detailed wedding gowns Vera Wang
American designer know for blue jeans with rivets Levi Strauss

History of Fashion (1900-2010) Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

tracksuits
cargo pants
leather jacket
tube tops
sequins
capri pants
stiletto heel
tie dye
fedora
top hat
single breasted jacket
cloche hat
shoulder pads
trousers
blazers
waist coats
blouses
brimmed hats
neckties
tailored suits

Sewing Terms Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

It holds the fabric in place where the needle is stitching the fabric on at sewing machine (2 words) Presserfoot
It protects your finger as you sew by hand. It can be used to push the needle through the fabric. Thimble
This type of stitching is temporary to hold fabric in place and then pulled out later in the project Basting
This is threaded and used to sew fabric together needle
An iron is used to do this. Steam can be used. The iron is held in one place at a time while doing this. Pressing
Most thread comes on one of these Spool
These are used to hold fabric together before the fabric goes through the sewing machine. pins
The finished edge on the bottom of a dress or sleeve. hem
The "pretty side" of the fabric. The part of the fabric with the design to be shown on the outside of the project. Right
They are used to cut fabric. Scissors
A fabric that covers up the inside seams of a garment or sometimes used in a tote bag. Lining
These help move the fabric through the sewing machine by grabbing the fabric with metal teeth (2 words) feeddogs
This is used to hold the fabric together in a finished garment or project. Stitches
This can be used to open and close a bag or the back of a dress or the fly of pants. Zipper
A valuable tool in the sewing room to give a garment a finished look. It is used after sewing the seams together. Serger
A three layered item with stitching through all three layers to hold them together. It can be used as a bed spread. Quilt
The line of stitching holding pieces of fabric together for crafts of clothing. Seam
Pressing or ironing is done with this tool. It can get very hot. Iron

Fashion Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Seasons- Fashion is usually split into four seasons, spring/summer and fall/winter
Fast-Fashion- Merchandise typically priced much lower than the competiton, operating on the business model of low quality/high volume
Micro-Seasons- 52 seasons with new trends coming out every week
Sample Garment- The original prototype of the garment created before large quantities are made. Usually made in a size 2 to 4 for women.
Street fashion- Fashion that is considered to center on casual, comfortable pieces
Colorway- Any of a range of combinations of colors in which a style or design is available
Contemporary- A category or clothing that often contains more modern style clothes compared to the higher end luxury market
Resort- The pre-collection that comes after fall/winter clothes have gone on sale but before spring/summer clothes have been delivered to stores
Ready-to-Wear- Clothing that is factory-produced in standard sizes. From the French phrase “prêt-à-porter,” it refers to any clothing that is not custom-made. Everyone makes it, from fashion houses like Christian Dior to contemporary brands like Off-White.
Haute Couture- The business of designing and selling custom-made clothes for private customers
Capsule Colection- An edited collection of inter-changeable clothing pieces. The concept behind this idea is giving customers around 10 staple pieces (coats, blouses, trousers, and more) that can be mixed-and-matched so as to maximize your outfit potential.
Lookbook- A compilation of images, showcasing a designer's upcoming collection. These are useful if you’re a brand that doesn’t have a runway show, but wants to present their collection in an artistic way. It’s also a helpful outlet to show ways to style the product, which translates to customers buying said product.
Sartorial- Of or relating to fashion. A word usually used in fashion articles, oftentimes with a slight menswear association.
Trompe l'Oeil- “To fool the eye” An artistic technique where realistic imagery is used so to appear three dimensional.
Bias Cut- A garment that is cut diagonally. Because the fabric is cut diagonally (“on the bias”), the fabric clings and cascades over curves. This distinctively ‘90s dress style evokes memories of style icons from that time.
Knife Pleat- Pleats that are usually situated one inch apart.
Appliqué- A decorative design made of one piece of fabric sewn or emboidered on top of another.
Neats- Small socks (often ankle-length), with evenly spaced designs.
Hypebeast- A hypebeast is a slang word for someone, who follows trends in fashion, particularly streetwear, for the purpose of making a social statement. Hypebeasts sometimes purchase luxury or contemporary items to resell for a higher price.
Bomber- A casual jacket that is loose with fitted waist and wrist cuffs, resembling the jackets worn by American bomber pilots in WW2.
X-Ray Fabrics- Sheer fabric with a translucent effect.
Minimalist Fashion- Having a minimal approach to fashion means that you approach your closet with intentionality, not aiming for the largest (or smallest) number of things. Rather, your aim is a wardrobe that fits your lifestyle, and is filled with high-quality, long-lasting pieces you love.
Belt Bag- A small pouch that is either attaches to a belt or comes with its own strapand is worn around the waist. A higher end version of a fanny pack.
Puffer- A nylon puff coat that can be worn a number of ways including with a belt at the waist, off the shoulder like seen in Balenciaga's Fall 2017 collection, or secured all the way to the top.
Dad Sneakers- Sneakers with chunky soles, much like the ones that our dads wore in the past. The style was popularized by the release of the Balenciaga Triple-S.

Fashion Design Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

________ a machine that automated the separation of cottonseed from the short-staple cotton fiber cotton gin
A french fashion designer that made the little black dress Coco Chanel
a machine used to spin cotton and other fibers in the mill invented by Samuel Crompton Spinning mule
who invented the cotton gin Eli Whitney
a machine with a mechanically driven needle for sewing or stitching cloth sewing machine
________ is a multi-spindle spinning frame spinning jenny
what was patented by John Kay Flying shuttle
what 2 colors make violet red and blue
what colors make green yellow and blue
Jacob Davis added ________to the blue jeans to help the pants for tearing Metal buttons
_______emerged as a fashion leader New York
what is Levi real name Lob
the faded streaks on jeans are called whiskers
adding white to a color makes a tint
color is another name for hue
levi moved to new york from what state california
before wwi____was the main fashion house France
the needle to the first sewing machine moved up and down
the government found it necessary to_____food, gas, and even clothing during that time ration
the main focus on a garment is called the emphasis

The Fashion Designers Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This famous French fashion designer said: "A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous" Chanel
This white haired German designer is the head of both Houses of Chanel and Fendi Lagerfeld
This designer re-established Paris as the centre of the fashion world after WWII Dior
Born Ralph Lifshitz, this designer was worth $5.8 billion in 2017 Lauren
He was #14 on Out Magazine's 2012 list of the 50 Most Powerful Gay Men & Women with 200 stores in 80 countries Jacobs
In 2001 he was declared the most successful Italian designer; worth $8.1 billion in 2017 Armani
He died by suicide in 2010 at the age of 40, at home in Mayfair London. McQueen
He launched his American luxury brand in 2006 and is a fashion designer, film director, screenwriter and film producer. TomFord
Born in Queens NYC, her mother was a model and her father a tailor, she was head of Anne Klein before launching her own label Karan
She took over the family business in 1978 and today this Italian designer is worth $2.7 billion. Prada
This Italian fashion designer owns 20% of the family business and took over the labels design after her brother's death. Versace
The daughter of a musician and photographer, this designer is a strong animal rights activist McCartney
A British-Spanish designer, he is the head of Paris-based fashion house Maison Margiela Galliano
Known for his avant-garde style and Space Age designs, this French designer was designated a UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador in 1991 Cardin
This American designer started his career by co-founding a chain of record stores in upstate New York in the 1970s Hilfiger
Famous for wedding gowns, this American designer started her career as the youngest editor at Vogue Wang
This Dominican-American designer, trained by Balenciaga, became famous as one of the designers who dressed Jacqueline Kennedy OscardelaRenta
Born Karl Anderson Jr, this American designer was the 1st woman's ready-to-wear designer for Celine from 1997-2003 MichaelKors
This French designer has produced costumes for Madonna and Marilyn Manson Gaultier
He founded his French design house in 1952 and designed the personal & professional wardrobes of Audrey Hepurn Givenchy
This Malaysian born British designer's career was boosted by the Patronage of Diana, Princess of Wales Choo
After designing for Hollywood stars in the 1920's, this Italian shoe designer's innovative approach spawned the wedge heel and cage heel Ferragamo
With a background in historical costume design, he made headlines with opulent, fantasy creations like the short puffball skirt Lacroix
In 2015 this American designer was named the 73rd most powerful woman in the world by Forbes Burch
Her designs are considered "over the top", and she's known for doing cartwheels at the end of her fashion shows Johnson
Born Katherine Noel Brosnahan, she sold her namesake design company in 2006 Spade
This Belgian-American designer is best known for her "wrap dress" Furstenberg
She is best know for her shoes which have been worn by Kate Bosworth, Katie Holmes, Ann Hathaway and Hilary Duff Marant

Breast Cancer Awareness Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What month is National Breast Cancer Awareness month? October
What is the medical exam done to detect breast cancer? Mammogram
The color of the ribbon worn to show awareness for breast cancer in men Blue
US city where the first 'Race for the Cure' was held (1983) Dallas
Male Breast Cancer Awareness week happens every _______ week in October Third
An estimated _____ percent of breast cancer develops in men One
Men's Breast Cancer Awareness group Out of the shadow of pink
Two colors in one ribbon to recognize breast cancer in both men and women Pink and blue
Who recently raised over $500 toward Breast Cancer Research? AustinCEC
U.S. Marine and famous talk show host diagnosed by breast cancer Montel Williams
Actor, portrayd character 'Shaft', diagnosed in 1993 Richard Roundtree
Iconic "Come on down!" announcer for the Price is Right and brave fighter to breast cancer Rod Roddy
This breast cancer survivor and KISS band member was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014 Peter Criss
What we are all working towards A Cure
Our Take Care Champ dressed as this for our Pink Costume Contest Pink Dinosaur

Fashion show Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Belt
Bag
Blouse
Cadigan
Cap
Coat
Dress
Gloves
Hat
Jacket
Pullover
Runners
Sandals
Scarf
Shorts
Slippers
Sweater
T shirt
Tie
Trousers
Vest
Waistcoat