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OTTO TITZLING
YORK SOCIALITE MARY PHELPS JACOB
INVENTION
SIMILAR
QUEBEC
TERM
SUBSTRATES
GERMAN WORD
ADDITION
DESIGN
WORD
WORD GAMES
GARMENT
FIRST
PATENTED
UNDERGARMENT
UNDERGARMENTS
GOWN
EVENING GOWN
BRIDGEPORT
CORSET
FEMALE ATHLETES
BRA
BRASSIERE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. A brassiere (commonly referred to as a bra) is an article of clothing that covers and elevates the breasts.
  2. LA BRASSIERE is a delightful farce that details the struggles of two young men trying to design the perfect bra and woo the women of their dreams.
  3. La Brassiere is sexy, funny and utterly charming.
  4. La Brassiere is sharp, tangy and as delicious as a mint julep.
  5. This early brassiere is a feather-light dream in comparison to the heavy corsets that had previously been relied on to support the bust.

Otto Titzling

  1. The oft-repeated story that the brassiere was invented by a man named Otto Titzling is false.

York Socialite Mary Phelps Jacob

  1. In 1910 New York socialite Mary Phelps Jacob created a new type of brassiere.

Invention

  1. According to the invention, brassiere 10 and substrates 61 are disposed in exterior packaging 81 so that they may be visualized through front face 86.

Similar

  1. This "breast supporter", as she called it, looked very similar to the modern brassiere.

Quebec

  1. In the French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec, both soutien-gorge and brassiere are used interchangeably.

Term

  1. The term "brassiere" seems to have come into use in the English language as early as 1893.

Substrates

  1. Prepackaged garment assembly 80 includes exterior packaging 81 which encloses brassiere 10 and also a plurality of substrates each designated at 61.

German Word

  1. The term "halter" comes from the German word for "holder", as in Büstenhalter, which literally means "busts holder" and is equivalent to " brassiere ".

Addition

  1. In addition, materials utilized in the construction of the brassiere affects the manufacturing method.

Design

  1. Quality is controlled in all phases of the design and manufacture of the brassiere.

Word

  1. Apparently "brassiere" is a word no longer in usage.

Word Games

  1. Definition of brassiere from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.

Garment

  1. And that's why the garment all the ladies are wearing is called a brassiere, not a titzling.

First

  1. In America, Mary Phelps Jacob was granted the first U.S. patent for the brassiere (nr 1,115,674), in 1913.
  2. Ultimately though, it was the quick-minded New York socialite Mary Phelps Jacob to first patent the modern brassiere.

Patented

  1. In 1914, a design was patented in the U.S. by Mary Phelps Jacob for a brassiere.
  2. I n 1913, the first modern brassiere to be awarded a patented was invented by a New York socialite named Mary Phelps Jacob.
  3. The "backless brassiere" was patented on 3 November, 1914.

Undergarment

  1. Mary's new undergarment went well with the new fashions being introduced at the time and demands from friends and family were high for the new brassiere.

Undergarments

  1. If one didn't have such a body, new undergarments, the brassiere and the girdle, promised to give the illusion of one.

Gown

  1. In 1913, the modern brassiere was born out of necessity when New York socialite Mary Phelps Jacobs' whalebone corset poked up above her low cut gown.

Evening Gown

  1. Jacob came up with the idea for her brassiere after she bought an evening gown for an event she was planning to attend.

Bridgeport

  1. However, Jacob did not enjoy the business, so she sold the brassiere patent to the Warner Brothers Corset Company in Bridgeport, Connecticut for $1,500.

Corset

  1. Manufacturer and exporter of ladies underwear including brassiere, brief, camisole, and corset.
  2. Corselet = Brassiere + Girdle Corsage by elastic, covering the body from the neck to the waist, similar to a corset.

Female Athletes

  1. Brassiere or bikini-like garments are depicted on some female athletes in the seventh century BC during the Minoan civilization era.
  2. Brassiere or bikini like garments are depicted on some female athletes in the seventh century BC during the Minoan era.

Bra

  1. The first modern brassiere to receive a patent and gain wide acceptance was a bra invented by a New York socialite named Mary Phelps Jacob in 1910.

Brassiere

  1. The garment lacked the whalebone and metal supports and usually came with a brassiere (now usually called a bra) and often garters attached.
  2. Polly was the first to patent an undergarment named Brassiere derived from the old French word for 'upper arm'.
  3. Bra: Short for brassiere (after the inventor), a bra is a women's undergarment designed to provide shape and support for the breasts.

Categories

  1. Bra
  2. Female Athletes
  3. Breasts
  4. Clothing > Underwear > Lingerie > Corset
  5. Bridgeport
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