Definition of 'catwalk'
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At least it will keep him away from the fashion catwalks for a while. The Sun (2012)The colour combo has been a massive hit on catwalks and with celebs. The Sun (2015)They make life easier for themselves by showing catwalk looks that women will want to buy. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Which catwalk shows have featured your designs? Times, Sunday Times (2008)She had just walked in her first catwalk show and was putting together a modelling portfolio. The Sun (2014)Catwalk clothes filter down to the high street before you can blink. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The beauty looked an eyesore as she hit the catwalk. The Sun (2013)Its velvet texture mirrors the catwalk look and really brings out the colour. The Sun (2014)And his catwalk shows have often been likened to performance art. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Last season was my first catwalk show. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Fashion designers should therefore seek protection well before designs hit the catwalk. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Investment pieces would have to be any of his catwalk looks. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Which came first, the car design or the catwalk collection? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Women today are much more tuned into what's happening on the catwalks at fashion week. The Sun (2012)On the catwalk, the collection bubbled along brilliantly. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They're much more experimental with catwalk fashion and realise that their clothes do not need to shout. Times, Sunday Times (2010)What the editors and celebrities wear to the shows these days has become as much of a focus as the clothes on the catwalk. The Sun (2011)Hold your own catwalk show. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'catwalk'
British English: catwalk NOUN
At a fashion show, the catwalk is a narrow platform that models walk along to display clothes.
Dazzling models strutted down the catwalk.
Definition of catwalk from the Collins English Dictionary
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