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    Let’s ask the Fashion Dictionary: What’s a Y-Line?

    The Y-Line was introduced by French couture designer Christian Dior in 1954.

    Must known fashion term #25: Y-Line

    The term ‘Y-Line‘  is usually used to describe a certain type of clothing, usually a dress that is shaped like the capital letter ‘Y’. Its slim-fitting shape with a straight, narrow cut falls from the V-neck to, or just below the knee.

    Dior also introduced the A-Line and H-Line. If you’d like to learn more useful fashion terms just click yourself through our fashion dictionary.

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