sartorialism

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From sartorial, itself from New Latin sartorius (pertaining to a tailor), from Late Latin sartor (tailor), from Latin sarcire (to patch, mend).

Noun[edit]

sartorialism (uncountable)

  1. an interest in matters of or relating to the tailoring of clothing.

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